Indian minister Kiren Rijiju is criticised after reports that a family of three, including a child, were offloaded to accommodate him on a flight.
A woman found in the US with no memory of who she was, but who was thought to be Australian, is identified by her family as American Ashley Menatta.
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Police in England and Wales failed to carry out effective investigations into allegations of child abuse and neglect, a report says.
Singer Damon Albarn predicts his Alice in Wonderland-inspired musical Wonder.land, which opens in Manchester later, will be "a little controversial".
England boss Mark Sampson says his side deserve to head home as heroes after suffering a semi-final defeat by Japan.
The French frigate Hermione is a replica of a ship that sailed to the US in the 18th Century and is recreating that journey.
A new law banning the use of wild animals in Mexican circuses comes into effect, meaning many animals must be found new homes.
Data from Taiwan's aviation regulator shows a pilot flying a crashed TransAsia plane switched off the working engine after the other lost power.
A dolphin jumps into a boat off the coast of southern California, hitting a woman and breaking both of her ankles.
After Laura Bassett's own goal knocks England out of the World Cup, memories of Paul Gascoigne's tears come flooding back.
Kostas Miras works in a cafe on Aegina, an island 55km (34 miles) from Athens, and believes neither option in the upcoming referendum is good.
South Korea reports a new case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome after a four-day break in infections, bringing the infection total to 183.
Shares in Japan opened up on Thursday - despite ongoing concern over Greece - as investors welcomed a weaker yen against the dollar and after US markets ended higher on positive payroll data.
Egypt says its army will continue its offensive in the Sinai Peninsula until it is cleared of Islamic State militants, after clashes killed more than 100 people.
Dozens are killed in heavy fighting between Egyptian security forces and jihadists linked to Islamic State in the Sinai Peninsula.
England suffer semi-final heartbreak in the Women's World Cup as an injury-time own goal sends Japan through to the final.
This year for Muslims in Indonesia there's a new enterprise: mobilising motorcycle taxis for food delivery is giving people more options to break their fast.
The Dominican Republic says it will cooperate with an OAS inquiry into its migration policies after thousands of Haitians leave in recent weeks.
At least 11,000 patients may have been exposed to HIV and Hepatitis at Sydney dental clinics over the past decade.