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Four people are pulled out from the ruins of a residential building in Kenya's capital, Nairobi, six days after it collapsed in heavy rains.
At least three people were wounded, two seriously, when shots were fired at a cafe in the German city of Frankfurt.
An Australian court grants bail to a woman who withdrew more than A$4.6m mistakenly given to her by a bank, spending much of it on luxury handbags.
Joey Cramer, child star of the '80s film Flight of the Navigator, is charged with bank robbery.
Former US presidents George H W Bush and George W Bush will not endorse Donald Trump's candidacy for president, aides have told local media.
WW2 museum project pits experts against Poland
The designers who are revolutionising sex toys
The US government unveils new federal rules that include a ban on the sale of e-cigarettes to people aged under 18.
Turkish PM Ahmet Davutoglu says he will stand down at his party's congress this month, amid reports of a rift with President Erdogan.
Police shoot a UK-registered car carrying suspected people smugglers after a high-speed chase that crossed from Belgium into France, state media says.
Brazil's top court has suspended Lower House Speaker Eduardo Cunha from his mandate, following a request by the country's attorney general.
Several MEPs urge the European Parliament to stop paying a €600,000 (£474,250) grant to an alliance of far-right, anti-EU groups.
Turkish leadership split spoils the party
Craig Wright, the Australian entrepreneur who has claimed to be the inventor of Bitcoin, reneges on a promise to provide "extraordinary proof".
An Etihad Airways flight en route from Abu Dhabi to Jakarta hit "severe and unexpected turbulence" that left more than 30 people injured.
The police in Scotland have joined the New Zealand Police and the NYPD in the "running man" internet craze - with their videos attracting millions of hits.
Pakistani police accuse village officials of ordering the murder of a teenage girl because she had helped a school friend to elope.
A photograph of activist Tess Asplund with her fist raised defying a march of neo-Nazis in Sweden has gone viral.
California has raised the legal age for buying tobacco products from 18 to 21, in new laws that also regulate electronic cigarettes.
An Indian court hands life sentences to four men convicted of killing two Mumbai men trying to protect their female friends from being molested.