US President Barack Obama calls for greater European unity and calls on Nato allies to spend more on security.
Republican rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich announce they will co-ordinate strategies to tackle frontrunner Donald Trump in forthcoming US primaries.
The Yemeni port city of Mukalla, controlled by jihadist militants from al-Qaeda for a year, is recaptured by Yemeni and Saudi-led coalition forces.
An army general who is the security advisor to Burundi's vice-president and his wife are shot dead while dropping off their daughter at school.
Fixed prices brought in over public concerns about overcharging.
African stars remember Papa Wemba, the big man with the "angelic voice", who died on Sunday morning at the age of 66.
At least 23 people have died from eating contaminated sweets intended to mark the birth of a baby in Pakistan, police say.
The US president says he is to send up to 250 more special forces troops to Syria to support local militias against so-called Islamic State.
Ultra-nationalists return in Serbia
Police officers come under attack in a two-hour gunfight in the Mexican city of Acapulco.
The details of 87 million Mexican voter records were made publicly accessible on the internet, a US security researcher discovers.
One of China's top opera stars, Mei Baojiu, has died at the age of 82 after being hospitalised following breathing difficulties, Chinese state media report.
US President Barack Obama speaks from the Hanover Messe, the world's leading showcase for industrial technology.
Maelbeek metro station, where 16 people were killed in the Brussels attacks of 22 March, re-opens to passengers.
Sony shares drop on earnings delay, Mitsubishi Motors shares keep falling for the fourth consecutive day after a fuel scandal.
President Abdul Fattah al-Sisi urges Egyptians to defend the state and its institutions from "evil" forces ahead of planned anti-government protests.
The American soul singer Billy Paul, best known for his 1972 Me and Mrs Jones hit, dies at the age of 80.
Japan's Olympic organisers unveil the official logos of the 2020 Tokyo Games, after the first choice was thrown out over plagiary claims.
Former US Senator Harris Wofford, 90, prepares to marry a man, 20 years after the death of his wife.
The days some Africans are banned from tweeting