Nissan slams Ghosn's 'extremely regrettable' escape
Carlos Ghosn, who faced trial on financial misconduct charges that he denies, fled Japan on 29 December for Lebanon, in an elaborate and apparently carefully planned escape.
US defence chief denies decision to leave Iraq
The official letter from US Brigadier General William Seely, the commanding general of Task Force Iraq, indicated clearly that US forces were readying for departure.
Ex-Trump aide Bolton ready to testify in impeachment trial
Democrats believe Bolton has direct knowledge supporting charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress by the president.
I.Coast president to unveil 'modifications' to constitution
President Alassane Ouattara gave no details but addressed opposition warnings about introducing age restrictions that would bar former presidents Laurent Gbagbo, 74, and Henri Konan Bedie, 85, from running for office in October.
In #MeToo landmark moment, Weinstein rape trial starts in New York
Once one of Hollywood’s most powerful men, Harvey Weinstein, 67, has pleaded not guilty to charges of assaulting two women in New York. He faces life in prison if convicted on the most serious charge, predatory sexual assault.
SA's De Villiers wins Dakar second stage, Alonso loses wheel
South African driver Giniel De Villiers won the second stage of the Dakar Rally on Monday.
Trump tweets Iran will 'never have a nuclear weapon'
The tweet came a day after Tehran announced it was further winding down observance of parts of an international deal struck to ensure that the country does not secretly develop a nuclear weapon under cover of its civilian nuclear industry.
Drug developers take fresh aim at 'guided-missile' cancer drugs
These antibody-drug conjugates, or ADCs, from companies including AztraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline, are described by researchers as 'guided missiles' packing a powerful anti-cancer punch.
Pompeo sees 'real likelihood' Iran will try to hit US troops
The US has about 60,000 troops in the region, including around 5,200 in Iraq. Washington ordered thousands of more soldiers to the Middle East on Friday after a US strike killed a top Iranian commander last week.
Uganda police arrest pop-star MP Bobi Wine, teargas supporters
Bobi Wine, a popular figure among young Ugandans, announced last year he would challenge President Yoweri Museveni in the 2021 elections, and on Monday was scheduled to begin a week-long series of consultations ahead of the vote.
Guardiola expects repeat game plan from Man Utd
United produced an exhilarating display of counter-attacking football to beat Guardiola's side 2-1 in last month's Premier League derby at the Etihad Stadium.
Stokes assault as England dominate
England were 375 for seven in their second innings at lunch, an overall lead of 421 runs. They added 157 runs for the loss of three wickets in 27 overs during the morning.
Big winners at the Golden Globes
Winners in main categories for the 77th Golden Globe Awards.
Indonesia braces for more downpours as flood toll hits 66
Authorities have warned residents to take precautions and safeguard their possessions ahead of more pounding storms over the coming weeks.
'She smelled expensive' - Naomi Osaka reveals Beyonce pep talk
The two-time Grand Slam champion, who will be defending her Australian Open title this month, bumped into Beyonce and her husband Jay-Z while still 'depressed' after losing in the fourth round at the US Open.
Lyon roars as Australia crush New Zealand to sweep series
Australia have been unbeatable this season, winning all five Tests at home - two against Pakistan and three against New Zealand - after retaining the Ashes by drawing the series 2-2 in England.
Weinstein sex crimes trial set to open in New York
The disgraced movie mogul faces life in prison if convicted in a New York state court of predatory sexual assault charges, in a trial expected to last six weeks.
Mourners pack Tehran to grieve Iran general Soleimani
Clutching portraits of their hero, the crowd gathered at Tehran University before supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei presided over prayers for the slain general.