DR Congo army says ADF rebels killed 30 soldiers
They suffered the losses during the latest offensive Thursday against the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF), in North Kivu province, Major Mak Hazukai told journalists Saturday.
Buttler apologises for Test outburst
Buttler was fined 15% of his match fee and given one demerit point by the International Cricket Council for an expletive-laden outburst against South Africa’s Vernon Philander.
Trump warns Iran not to kill protesters, door still open to talks
Trump's salvo came as Iran's Islamic regime faced a challenge from angry street protests, having come to the brink of war with the US with a series of tit-for-tat confrontations.
Kenya's Kipruto breaks 10k world record in Valencia
Kipruto bettered the previous fastest time set by Uganda's Joshua Cheptegei, also in Valencia last month, by 14 seconds.
Djokovic sweeps past Nadal in ATP Cup final
The Serbian world number two blasted the top-ranked Spaniard off court 6-2 in the first set before a much tighter 7-6 (7/4) second set.
Michael Bloomberg: 'I'm spending all my money to get rid of Trump'
Ranked by Forbes as the eighth-richest American, Bloomberg has flooded US airwaves and social media feeds with messages that he stands the best chance to beat Trump.
Woman who accuses Brazil's Neymar of rape gives details in TV interview
Extracts of a televised interview with Najila Trindade Mendes de Souza, aired just one hour before Neymar was about to enter the pitch for a friendly game between Brazil's national team and Qatar.
Portugal's Paulo Goncalves dies during Dakar 7th stage
Unconscious when medics arrived he was helicoptered to hospital where his death was confirmed.
At least 11 dead as storms sweep through US south
Among the dead were a policeman and firefighter who were hit by a vehicle in Texas after being called out to respond to traffic accidents in icy conditions.
British envoy to Iran denies he took part in demo before arrest
Iran said Saturday it had unintentionally shot down the Ukrainian airliner that crashed this week outside Tehran killing 176 people.
Serena ends three-year title drought, gives winnings to bushfire appeal
Williams raised expectations for this month's Australian Open with her 6-3, 6-4 victory, her first WTA trophy since she won in Melbourne in 2017.
Queen, Prince Harry, senior royals set for crisis meeting
Other senior royals including Harry's father Prince Charles and brother Prince William, with whom he has strained relations, will join the monarch at her private Sandringham estate in eastern England.
Sparkling putting gives seven-birdie Oosthuizen SA Open lead
The South African, who won the British Open in the 2010, takes a 15-under total of 198 into the final round of the European Tour event at Randpark Golf Club in Johannesburg.
Suarez to undergo another knee surgery, says Barcelona
The club issued a press release Saturday saying the surgery was for an 'injury to the external meniscus of the right knee'.
World wants full account as Iran admits downing Ukraine jet
The statement sparked some relief that at least the immediate cause of the disaster would not be concealed amid international calls for a full accounting and compensation for the victims.
Drought ignites human-wildlife conflict in Zimbabwe
The 45-year-old was attacked by a buffalo days earlier, and he was lucky to be on his feet.
Taiwan opposition candidate Han Kuo-yu concedes defeat
Tsai Ing-wen was out in front as votes were being counted on Saturday after an election battle dominated by the democratic island's fraught relationship with China.
Hundreds mourn reporters shot dead after covering Iraq protests
Ahmad Abdessamad, a 37-year-old correspondent for local television station Al-Dijla, and his cameraman Safaa Ghali, 26, were killed late Friday, the Journalistic Freedoms Observatory said.