Elite Mozambique police unit linked to poll observer's murder
Anastacio Matavele (58) the head of a local election observation mission, was shot dead Monday while driving away from a workshop in Xai-Xai, the capital of the southeastern Gaza province.
Springbok boss Erasmus hails hat-trick hero Reinach's 'X-factor'
Cobus Reinach, son of late South Africa wing Jaco Reinach, took just 11 minutes to score three tries in a first half where the two-time world champion Springboks scored seven of their 10 in the match.
Ethiopian Airlines jet makes emergency landing in Dakar: official
The Boeing 767 aircraft had just taken off from Dakar airport en route to Addis Ababa when the pilot asked to return and make an emergency landing, Tidiane Tamba, a spokesperson for the Senegal airport told AFP.
Man Utd sinking fast as Solskjaer flounders
Old Trafford has witnessed a decline in fortunes since Alex Ferguson stepped down in 2013.
Post-scandal Academy to award two Nobel Literature Prizes
Experts say the academy will seek to avoid ruffling any feathers this year as it seeks to move on from the scandal that saw the husband of one of its members jailed for rape.
Calm returns after Iraq protests but political crisis remains
Morning traffic around the city was back to normal, most streets had reopened and an internet blackout in place for most of the past week appeared to ease just hours before parliament was expected to meet.
EU's Tusk accuses Johnson of 'stupid' Brexit blame game
The host of next week's European summit, EU Council President Donald Tusk, on Tuesday accused Prime Minister Boris Johnson of trying to shift blame for the failure of Brexit talks.
Nobel Physics Prize honours dark matter and exoplanets
Canadian-American cosmologist James Peebles and Swiss astronomers Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz on Tuesday won the Nobel Physics Prize for research that increases the understanding of our place in the universe.
Springboks skipper Kolisi takes step into unknown with Canada
A bonus-point win for the Springboks will all but assure the two-time world champions of entry into the last eight.
UN rights chief urges Australia to overhaul detention policies
UN Human Rights Commissioner Michelle Bachelet said she had been "shocked" to learn that Australia's age of criminal responsibility was just 10 years old.
Rugby World Cup: Typhoon changes course, heads nearer Tokyo
Super Typhoon Hagibis is now projected to clip southeastern Japan, near Tokyo and Yokohama.
Pressure for answers after deadly Paris attack on police
Harpon, who was partly deaf, used a kitchen knife and an oyster shucker to kill three police officials and an administrative staffer - three men and a woman - and injure two others in a 30-minute lunchtime rampage that ended when an officer shot him in the head.
Tottenham confirm Lloris out for rest of the year
Hugo Lloris was stretchered from the field screaming in pain after dropping a cross before falling backwards and landing badly as he conceded Brighton's opening goal at the Amex.
Striking Zimbabwe doctors defy order to resume work
The doctors are in the second month of a strike over salaries which have dwindled to less than $100 per month in some cases as a result of galloping inflation.
Kim Kardashian West christens her children in Armenia
Kardashian's Armenian ancestors on her father's side emigrated to the United States from an area that now lies in Turkey.
South Sudan says renegotiating oil deal with Sudan
South Sudan said Monday it was renegotiating an oil deal with Khartoum, as it will not meet a December deadline to finish paying $3 billion (€2.7 billion) agreed as compensation for the oil-rich nation's 2011 secession.
Liverpool's Salah escapes with twisted ankle - reports
Mohamed Salah hobbled off in added time during the 2-1 win over the Foxes on Saturday after being caught on the left ankle by a lunge from Hamza Choudhury.
Cate Blanchett urges world to tackle 'invisible' statelessness
Her comments came as UNHCR marked the halfway point in a 10-year campaign to end the plight of the millions around the globe deprived of a nationality.