Victoria Beckham goes 'retro' at London Fashion Week show
The former Spice Girl chose the rarified galleries of the Tate Britain museum, a neoclassical building home to some of the country's most treasured art, for only her second catwalk show in the British capital.
Five civilians killed in Boko Haram clash with troops
The deaths happened in the town of Buni Yadi, in Yobe state, on Saturday, in an attack that the military said also killed five jihadists and four soldiers.
Shootings kill eight in eastern DR Congo
The shootings came as Martin Fayulu, controversially beaten by fellow opposition candidate Felix Tshisekedi in the December 30 presidential election, was in the province for a meeting at Butembo, 266 km from Goma.
Kenya recalls its ambassador to Somalia as territorial row escalates
The International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague is considering a claim on their maritime boundaries brought by Somalia in 2014 after negotiations over the 100,000 sq. km stretch of sea floor broke down.
Top US official discussed Trump removal in 2017, says ex-FBI chief
Andrew McCabe said invoking the 25th Amendment of the US Constitution was raised by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein after Trump fired FBI director James Comey on 9 May 2017.
Osaka cites 'happiness' as motive behind coaching split
The US and Australian Open champion this week split with Sascha Bajin, who led her to a pair of Grand Slam titles as well as the world number one ranking over the past year.
Brazil president in grips of party crisis
The 63-year-old far-right president, who is just six weeks into his mandate, spoke with top officials in his government Friday and Saturday to try to draw a line under the affair, after key allies turned on him.
Body in Croatian freezer might be woman missing for 18 years
The freezer was in a home in Mala Subotica, northern Croatia, belonging to the sister of Jasmina Dominic, who was 23 when she went missing in 2000, they added.
Blow for Madrid's title hopes as Girona inflict shock defeat
Girona had not won in 13 matches and looked on course for a seventh straight defeat when Casemiro headed a dominant Madrid ahead in the first half.
Indian priest sentenced to 20 years in jail for raping minor
Robin Vadakkumchery was found guilty on Saturday of raping a 16-year-old schoolgirl, with the crime only coming to light after the victim gave birth to a baby in a surprise delivery in February 2017.
Sudan police fire tear gas at Khartoum rally
Scores of protesters took to the streets in Khartoum's northern suburb of Bahari chanting anti-government slogans, but they were quickly confronted by riot police.
Vietnam police seize nearly 300 kilograms of meth
While Vietnam has some of the toughest drug laws in the world, it remains a popular transport hub and destination market for narcotics smuggled in from the notorious 'Golden Triangle,' a lawless border zone that straddles Laos, Myanmar and Thailand.
Bernie Sanders records video announcing 2020 presidential campaign
Sanders, a 77-year-old independent who caucuses with Democrats, made an unsuccessful bid for the presidency in 2016, losing out to Hillary Clinton.
India hosts first ‘yoga on a pole’ world championships
The sport, first mentioned in Indian texts in 1135, is popular in western Maharashtra state - of which Mumbai is the capital - but is little known outside India.
Surfer seriously injured in Australia shark attack
The 41-year-old man was out catching waves shortly after dawn at Belongil Beach when police said he was ‘bitten on the leg by a shark’.
Japan PM nominated Trump for Nobel after US request - report
Washington sounded out Tokyo over the possibility of nominating Trump for the prize after his landmark summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un in June 2018.
Nelly Korda keeps it in the family to win LPGA Australian Open
The world number 16 American has been the form player of recent months and has now scored two wins and two other top-three finishes in her last five events.
After deadly clashes, Ivorian farmers and herders try dialogue
Nearly three years ago, the northeast region of Bouna plunged into violence between crop growers and nomadic cattle raisers from the Fulani community, leaving 33 people dead.