Court: Madagascar's two ex-presidents to contest run-off vote
The run-off comes after neither candidate won the 50% of votes required for a first-round victory on 7 November.
Mon Dieu! Stairs from Eiffel Tower sell for €169,000
More than two dozen wrought-iron steps from the original spiral structure were sold to a Middle East collector for €169,000.
Inside the Facebook controversies
Graphic looking at controversies involving Facebook, plus its share price movements since 2014.
El Chapo's high life: Swiss clinics, mansions and a zoo
At the height of his power as one of the most notorious criminals in the world and most prolific drug traffickers on the planet, Guzman reputedly profited to the max from his ill-gotten gains.
Black people face 'widespread prejudice' in EU: report
The report is based on interviews carried out in 2015 and 2016 with more than 5,800 people in 12 EU countries including France, Germany and the UK.
Toughen up! Clarke warns Aussies nice guys don't win
A scathing independent review into the ball-tampering scandal released last month revealed a bullying culture within the sport and criticised cricketers for 'playing the mongrel' against opponents.
Blast kills 22 near China factory in Olympic city
The charred and smoking remains of trucks and cars were scattered on a road as firefighters worked at the scene, according to images posted by state media on social media.
Real Madrid, Juventus and Man City into Champions League last 16
Holders Real Madrid and Cristiano Ronaldo's Juventus were among seven teams to reach the last 16 of the Champions League on Tuesday while Sergio Aguero's late equaliser at Lyon also sent Manchester City through.
Former employee says Facebook failing black people
Mark Luckie said that he shared the message with all Facebook employees around the world early this month, shortly before his final day as a strategic partner manager focused on underrepresented voices.
Trudeau, Trump share 'disappointment' over GM plant closures
Trudeau and Trump - who have been at loggerheads for months - are expected to meet at the G20 summit in Argentina at the end of the week.
Indonesia's Lion Air needs 'improved' safety culture: crash report
Lion Air must take steps 'to improve the safety culture and to enable the pilot to make (a) proper decision to continue the flight,' it said in a statement.
Russian hackers bilked firms out of tens of millions of dollars
A separate, more lucrative scheme that began in 2015 saw two of the accused operate a fake advertising network for another fraudulent digital ad scheme.
German man sentenced to 14 years for Dortmund football team bus bomb
A Dortmund court found Sergej Wenergold guilty of 28 counts of attempted murder after he detonated 3 explosive devices while the team bus was en route to the stadium for a Champions League game last year.
Putin warns against 'reckless' moves after Ukraine declares martial law
The Ukrainian Parliament late Monday voted in favour of President Petro Poroshenko's request for the introduction of martial law in border areas for 30 days.
French civil servant arrested on charges of spying for North Korea
Benoit Quennedey is being held at the headquarters of France's DGSI domestic intelligence agency on the outskirts of Paris.
Calls to leave US missionary's body on tribe's island
John Chau was killed in a hail of arrows almost two weeks ago as he went ashore on North Sentinel island in the Indian Ocean, a fisherman who dropped him off nearby told police.
Real Madrid coach backs 'honest' Ramos
According to German magazine Der Spiegel, Ramos failed to declare he had taken dexamethasone, a banned anti-inflammatory, ahead of the final at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, in which Real beat Juventus 4-1.
PSG optimistic over fitness of Mbappe, Neymar for Liverpool showdown
Mbappe and Neymar both suffered injuries playing in international friendly matches last week, and watched Saturday's 1-0 home win over Toulouse from the stands.