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A Frenchman detained with a large cache of arms was planning mass attacks during the Euro 2016 tournament in France, Ukraine's security agency says.
British man Richard Huckle is given 22 life sentences by an Old Bailey judge, after admitting 71 charges of sexual abuse against children in Malaysia.
The Bangladesh home minister suggests to the BBC that Israel could be linked to a spate of killings otherwise blamed on Islamist militants.
More Chinese women than ever have been featured on Forbes magazine's 'Most Powerful Women' list, though the US dominates.
The father of a US student convicted of sexual assault sparks outrage by saying his son should not have been jailed for "20 minutes of action".
Search operations are suspended overnight along Australia's east coast for people missing after deadly storms flooded rivers and tore into beaches.
Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton wins the Puerto Rico primary, bringing her a step closer to clinching the party's nomination.
Five people, three of them Jordanian intelligence officers, are killed in an attack at a Palestinian refugee camp near the capital, Amman.
Iraq's government is urged to investigate allegations that civilians detained during the battle for Falluja have been tortured by Shia militiamen.
A German MP of Turkish origin, Cem Ozdemir, condemns death threats he says he received over Germany's recognition of the Ottoman Turks' massacre of Armenians as genocide.
Bees swarm around the "float like a butterfly" slogan at the Muhammad Ali Center in Louisville, Kentucky, as mourners pay tribute to the boxing legend.
Cosmetics giant Lancome cancels a promotional concert in Hong Kong after an online backlash in mainland China over an artist apparently set to perform.
Pedro Pablo Kuczynski takes a slight lead over opponent Keiko Fujimori as votes are counted in Peru's presidential election.
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls announces emergency help for those who "lost everything" in floods that have caused havoc in Paris and elsewhere.
The anti-establishment Five Star Movement takes a strong lead in Rome's mayoral race, in a blow to Italy's governing centre-left party.
US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says China's excess steel capacity is causing damage in global markets and will hurt its economy.
Anxiety disorders need more research and women are twice as likely to be affected as men, a global review by University of Cambridge scientists finds.
A court in the Indian capital, Delhi, finds five men guilty for the 2014 gang rape of a Danish woman.
The massive storm cell that caused havoc on Australia's east coast has generated massive amounts of sea froth at Queensland's Gold Coast.