Second Ebola vaccine to be introduced in DRC in mid-October: WHO
The announcement came as the aid group Doctors Without Borders (MSF) accused the WHO of rationing the first Ebola vaccine in the DRC.
Fiji change 12 for Uruguay at Rugby World Cup
Captain Dominiko Waqaniburotu, loose forward Leone Nakarawa and centre Semi Radrada will be the only remaining starters from the Australia game for Wednesday's match.
Seven children killed in Nairobi classroom collapse
The building collapsed shortly after 7am as pupils entered the classroom.
Can Solskjaer save Manchester United's season?
Mistakes at the back, a desperate lack of midfield creativity and a worrying shortage of firepower up front have left the club well off the pace just six games into the new Premier League season.
Trump, Modi vow relentless fight on extremists in mass rally
The two leaders, like-minded nationalists fond of fiery rallies and skeptical of traditional media, heaped praise on each other in an unusual joint appearance inside a football stadium in Houston.
Torn by Brexit, Labour to vote on way out of the crisis
Britain is hurtling toward its 31 October departure from the European Union without an exit agreement and facing the threat of border disruptions that the government admits could cause food shortages and spark civil unrest.
'GoT' wins best drama Emmy, 'Fleabag' takes best comedy award
'Game of Thrones' wrapped up its run with an Emmy for best drama series - and 12 total for its final season.
WHO: Tanzania not sharing information on suspected Ebola
The WHO said it had learned on 10 September of a suspected case of Ebola in Dar es Salaam, and information emerged that this patient's contacts had been quarantined.
Scrapping Boks eye World Cup final despite All Blacks loss
'They won it, I don't think we lost it. Two tries to one, they deserved to win the game'.
Anti-Sisi protests break out in Egypt, several arrested
The protests come on the back of Mohamed Ali, a disgruntled exiled Egyptian businessman, demanding the toppling of President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.
Pope decries euthanasia as Italy court considers assisted suicide
Italy's Constitutional Court has called a session for Tuesday to re-examine the question of potentially legalising assisted suicide, without mentioning euthanasia.
Al-Shabaab leader slams Kenya's claims on Somali waters
The message, his first audio missive since 2016, refers to recent events such as contentious elections in the semi-autonomous state of Jubaland at the end of August.
Victorious Japan kick off Asia's first Rugby World Cup in style
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was among the home fans decked out in red and white replica shirts as Kotaro Matsushima's hat-trick ensured a 30-10, bonus-point win over Russia.
1,500 flee homes in SA amid xenophobic violence: UN
South Africa, the continent's second-largest economy, is a major destination for other African migrants. But they are often targeted by some locals who blame them for a lack of jobs.
New Zealand v South Africa: five key duels
AFP Sport looks at five key battles of the blockbuster showdown that will likely determine the pool winner.
England's Vunipola 'should play for us', jokes Tonga boss
A young Vunipola was in the crowd when his father Fe'ao Vunipola played for Tonga against England in London at the 1999 World Cup, a game that finished 101-10 to the home side.
'Game of Thrones' seeks record in final Emmys battle
Despite its misfiring finale which divided fans, the fantasy epic about feuding families and flame-shooting dragons secured a whopping 32 nominations for this year's Emmys, television's version of the Oscars.
Lowly Namibia may lose but 'won't be for want of trying'
Namibia are ranked 23rd in the world, the lowest at the 2019 World Cup, and have never won a match at the global showcase - their best result was a narrow 16-15 loss to Georgia in 2015.