Saudi Arabia should explain what happened to Khashoggi's body, Turkey says
Speaking to reporters in Japan, Mevlut Cavusoglu said Turkey has further information which it will share when Ankara knows for sure that the investigation has been completed.
Zimbabwe beat Bangladesh by 151 runs in first Test
Debutant spinner Brendon Mavuta claimed 4-21 while Sikandar Raza grabbed 3-41 as the visitors bowled out Bangladesh for 169 in the second innings on the fourth day.
Poop in hand, Bill Gates backs China's toilet revolution
The billionaire said more than half of the world's population suffers without clean, comfortable sanitation facilities.
World Wide Web inventor wants new 'contract' to make web safe
Some 70,000 people are expected to take part in the four-day Web Summit, dubbed 'the Davos for geeks', including speakers from leading global tech companies, politicians and start-ups hoping to attract attention from the over 1,500 investors who are scheduled to attend.
'Miracle' as New Zealand baby rescued from sea
Gus Hutt was preparing for an early morning fish when he saw what appeared to be a doll bobbing past him in a rip current at Matata Beach in the North Island's Bay of Plenty.
Bale under scrutiny again as Madrid feel the love for Vinicius
Madrid were drifting towards a 0-0 draw at their Santiago Bernabeu home and, searching for inspiration, it was Bale´s number 11 that came up.
Mosques seek Twitter ban on Dutch populist Geert Wilders
The Turkish Islamic Cultural Federation (TICF) sent the letter on Friday seeking a permanent ban of the Twitter of Mr. Geert Wilders.
Sanchez gives Man United options at Juventus
The injured Romelu Lukaku missed the 2-1 win at Bournemouth on Saturday and Marcus Rashford started on the bench as Jose Mourinho opted for a three-man forward line, with Anthony Martial and Juan Mata deployed either side of Sanchez.
Arizona boy kills grandma, self, after told to clean his room
Yvonne Woodard, 65, was shot on Saturday in her home in the town of Litchfield Park, northwest of Phoenix, as she watched television with her husband.
New mass grave found in Mexico
The Solectio collective, a group of mothers searching for their missing children, said it learned about the site from an anonymous tip.
On eve of vote, US warns voters to look for Russian fake news
The announcement came days after a new study found that misinformation on social media was spreading at a greater rate than during the run-up to the 2016 presidential vote.
President of war-torn South Sudan to mediate Sudan peace talks
Successive rounds of peace talks between Khartoum and the rebels have ended without a deal.
Dane arrested in SA over €15m social security scam
The woman is suspected of stealing funds between 2002 and 2018 that were destined for projects to help disadvantaged people.
Djokovic returns to world number one
The Serb lost in the final of the Paris Masters to Karen Khachanov on Sunday but regained number one spot for the first time since 31 October 2016.
79 school pupils abducted in restive anglophone Cameroon
The students were abducted along with their principal, a teacher and a driver, according to an official.
Tanzania government denounces governor's anti-gay witch-hunt
Dar es Salaam's powerful governor, Paul Makonda, urged citizens last Monday to begin reporting homosexuals for round-ups in a country where anti-gay rhetoric has soared in recent years.
Another tiger killed in India after hunting controversy
In the latest incident, a female tiger was beaten with sticks inside a protected forest by villagers who believed the big cat had attacked a local resident.
US mid-term elections in numbers
The make-up of the outgoing US Congress and governorships, showing which seats are up for election in November.