US Coast Guard suspends search for two teenage fishermen missing for one week
A pilot and three passengers die when their private plane crashes into a car auction site at Blackbushe Airport, Hampshire.
Jalaluddin Haqqani, the Afghan founder of the militant Haqqani network, died at least a year ago, sources tell the BBC.
Ukraine's top court says rebel-held areas in the east can get limited self-rule - but MPs are yet to vote on the changes.
The European Union has removed two Iranian oil companies from its sanctions list in the first such action since Iran's nuclear deal.
Extra fencing and sniffer dogs are to be offered to Calais to help deal with the migrant crisis, Prime Minister David Cameron says.
The State Department has released a new batch of Hillary Clinton emails, which according to a source contain more information that was retroactively classified.
Arsenal striker Theo Walcott signs a new four-year deal with the club, as Santi Cazorla also extends his agreement.
Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign on Friday released a statement from her doctor declaring she is in “excellent physical condition and fit to serve as president of the United States,” while also saying she has a thyroid condition and detailing a concussion she sustained several years ago.
Syria's al-Qaeda affiliate, al-Nusra Front, claims it has captured members of the US-trained rebel group called Division 30.
A swarm of locusts has hit the south-western Stavropol region of Russia devastating crops in the area.
Four white lion cubs have been shown to the public at a zoo in the Crimean city of Sevastopol.
President Francois Hollande denies claims France has agreed to pay compensation to Russia for cancelling the sale of two warships.
The US dentist who killed a lion in Zimbabwe should be extradited to face charges, the country's environment minister says.
Thousands of people in Mali's capital are flocking to see what it believed to be a religious sign that suddenly appeared on a wall of a toilet.
The Chemical Brothers' Born in the Echoes gives the dance act their sixth UK number one album, as Little Mix top the singles chart for a third week.
Charleston gunman Dylann Roof pleads not guilty to federal charges including hate crimes
Russia may ban emojis depicting same-sex couples from social media if a state watchdog rules they infringe controversial "gay propaganda" laws.
President Barack Obama says the U.S. government can't keep funding highway and transit projects "by the seat of our pants."
Australia captain Michael Clarke says his team are "playing with 10 players" because of his lack of batting form.