The latest stories from the World section of the BBC News web site.
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Manchester United's Ashley Young credits Louis van Gaal with injecting the confidence that may bring an England recall.
A UN team in Vanuatu says 24 people are dead and 3,300 have been displaced by Cyclone Pam, with links to outlying islands still down.
The condition of a US aid worker evacuated from Sierra Leone after testing positive for Ebola changes from serious to critical, hospital officials say.
European Council President Donald Tusk warns that a Greek exit from the euro would be an "idiotic scenario" that should be avoided at al costs.
Brazil's government reacts to Sunday's mass protests
Russian President Vladimir Putin laughs off rumours about his health after making his first appearance in public since 5 March.
Italian police arrest four people and raid dozens of premises over suspicious public works contracts worth some €25m (£18m; $26m).
Protests in Lahore by members of Pakistan's Christian minority turn violent, with police using tear gas and water cannon to disperse crowds.
Firefighters in Chile say they have contained a huge forest fire raging around the port city of Valparaiso that has been burning for days.
Syria's president is awaiting "actions" from the US after Secretary of State John Kerry says negotiations to end the country's war should include him.
The tomb of ousted Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein has been almost completely levelled in fighting near the city of Tikrit, new footage reveals.