'Serious irregularities' at Epstein jail as US vows to hunt any co-conspirators
Jeffrey Epstein was found dead in his cell on Saturday while awaiting trial on federal charges he trafficked underage girls for sex.
South Sudan activists ramp up pressure for unity government
The Civil Society Forum marked the beginning of a 90-day countdown to the November deadline for the ruling party and opposition to form a government.
Liverpool keeper Alisson out for 'next few weeks' says Klopp
Jurgen Klopp revealed on Monday that he does not expect the 26-year-old Brazil international to be available for several weeks.
Seven dead in DR Congo lake boat capsize
Lake and river transport is widely used in the DRC as the highway system is poor, but accidents are common, often caused by overloading and the unsafe state of vessels.
Azpilicueta defends Chelsea youngsters after Mourinho jibes
Mourinho claimed new Chelsea boss Frank Lampard was wrong to pick inexperienced youngsters Abraham and Mount against a leading Premier League team like United.
Bewildered football fans take on VAR
The Video Assistant Referee system is supposed to eradicate any doubt that the right decision has been taken over goals, penalties and other key moments.
Eight killed in Nigeria jihadist attacks, say military
The jihadists attacked the base in eight pickup trucks fitted with machine guns, leading to a two-hour-long battle, said the second source, who gave the same toll.
One million moved into camps, 184 dead in India monsoon floods
Around 288,000 people across the state's worst-affected districts including Wayanad, Malappuram and Kozhikode have been moved to relief camps.
Norway mosque shooter suspected of terrorism, rejects allegations
The man, identified by media as 21-year old Philip Manshaus, is formally suspected of murder in the death of his 17-year-old stepsister, and of a "terrorist act" at the Al-Noor mosque on Saturday, police said in a statement.
Hong Kong airport says flights cancelled due to protests
The decision came after thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators flooded into the airport holding signs reading 'Hong Kong is not safe' and 'Shame on police'.
Wounded All Black Coles eyes Bledisloe redemption
Dane Coles was part of a forward pack that has worn much of the blame for the reigning world champions' 47-26 humiliation by an unfancied Australian outfit.
Singapore to ban sale of elephant ivory from 2021
The announcement on World Elephant Day followed two years of consultations with non-government groups, ivory retailers and the public.
Searching for lost lives: SA's unidentified corpses
South Africa is feeling the strain from having to deal with hundreds of unidentified cadavers, with the most populous province of Gauteng reporting an average of 1,000 each year.
India imposes Kashmir clampdown to head off Eid protests
Kashmir has been in security lockdown for eight days as the Hindu nationalist government in New Delhi seeks to snuff out opposition to its move to impose tighter central control over the region.
Serena's US Open plans upended as injury hands Andreescu Toronto crown
Since returning to competition after giving birth, Serena Williams has reached three Grand Slam finals - and she remained optimistic that she would be ready to try to match Australian Margaret Court's record of 24 Grand Slams when the US Open starts on 26 August.
Nadal dominates Medvedev in Montreal for 35th Masters title
Claycourt king Nadal successfully defended a hard court title for the first time in his career.
Rocket fire hits Libya airport, breaking Eid truce
Haftar launched an offensive to take Libya's capital in early April, but encountered stiff resistance, resulting in months of stalemate in southern Tripoli's outskirts.
Captain Kekana sent off as Sundowns fall in CAF Champions League
Sundowns were among five former winners of the premier Confederation of African Football club competition to lose away this weekend.