Fiat Chrysler is to recall 1.1m vehicles worldwide over fears they may roll away after drivers get out.
Croatia holds a memorial service for people murdered by Nazi Germany's allies at the Jasenovac death camp.
A post-mortem examination is carried out on the body of US superstar Prince but officials warn it may take weeks for the full results to be ready.
Volkswagen sets aside billions more to cover emissions scandal costs as German carmakers agree to recall 630,000 diesels.
Basketball player Sebastian Bellin, who was injured in an airport bombing in Brussels, describes how his sporting background helped him overcome the horror of the situation.
Amid hope and hype, delegates have finished signing the Paris climate agreement at UN headquarters in New York.
The US is buying 32 tonnes of heavy water, which is used in some nuclear reactors, from Iran.
Donald Trump has promised to change his image, in a closed door meeting with Republican party leaders, according to the Associated Press.
Authorities in Mali say they have arrested a Mauritanian man suspected of masterminding deadly terror attacks on hotels in the country last year.
Barack Obama urges the UK to stick with the EU, as he starts his last trip to Britain as US president by meeting the Queen.
A young female tiger wearing a collar and leash is found roaming around a residential neighbourhood in a Texas town.
Cuba removes a ban on Cubans entering or leaving the country by sea, clearing the way for a resumption of cruises from the US.
Fifa president Gianni Infantino says a new independent committee will monitor working conditions at Qatar's World Cup venues.
The life of the singer Prince, who sold more than 100 million records, is being celebrated with purple-coloured tributes after his sudden death.
Exactly one month on from the Brussels attacks, the city's economy has been hit hard with many tourists choosing to stay away.
The head of Nigeria's prisons service is summoned to appear before parliament after his security guards allegedly slapped a female MP for overtaking his motorcade.
Journalists who were held hostage by so-called Islamic State say one of the Brussels airport bombers was their prison guard in Syria.
Romania has been expelled from the Eurovision Song Contest, after it failed to pay debts totalling 16 million Swiss francs.
Plans for a new hotel in Iceland's capital spark debate over national heritage.
President Obama has arrived in London on board Air Force One, but what unique items might be found on the plane?