Turkey's foreign ministry says it has summoned the Russian ambassador after a Russian plane violated its airspace near the Syrian border.
German police should "if necessary" shoot at migrants seeking to enter the country illegally, the leader of a right-wing populist party says.
More than 50 cars are involved in a huge pile-up in western Slovenia, with at least four people killed, local media reports say.
The number of pregnant women in Colombia infected with the Zika virus - linked to birth defects - doubles in a week to nearly 2,000, officials say.
Extradition proceedings begin against a Ukrainian man suspected of murder and accused of playing a leading role in a criminal operation to smuggle people to the UK.
Up to 100 masked men, dressed in black, gathered in central Stockholm to attack people from immigrant backgrounds, reports say.
At least 39 migrants, including several children, have drowned after their boat capsized while crossing from Turkey to the Greek islands, officials say.
The UN reveals the nationalities of peacekeepers accused of sexually abusing children in the Central African Republic.
The US sails a warship close to a disputed island in the South China Sea, in what China calls a violation of its laws.
Germany's Angelique Kerber beats world number one Serena Williams to win her first Grand Slam at the Australian Open.
David Bowie left an estate valued at about $100m, according to his will, and also requested that his ashes be scattered in Bali.
Chinese miners trapped underground for 36 days filmed emotional messages on a mobile phone before being brought to the surface by rescuers.
Europe begins the roll out of a space data superhighway, which will allow faster delivery of satellite images of unfolding natural disasters.
Another 16 people have starved to death in Madaya since UN aid convoys reached the town earlier this month, Medecins Sans Frontieres says.
Residents and mining companies in the north-west coastal region of Western Australia prepare for the approach of a powerful storm.
The main Syrian opposition group says it will join peace talks that have opened in Geneva, after earlier uncertainty about its participation.
Twenty-two emails sent through Hillary Clinton's unsecured home server while she was secretary of state contained government secrets, US officials say.
Protests have taken place in Vienna over an annual ball that traditionally draws right-wing figures.
About $4bn (£2.8bn) may have been stolen from 1MBD investment fund owned by the Malaysian state, a Swiss prosecutor says.
The International Olympic Committee has assured national sports teams ahead of this years Rio de Janeiro Olympics that the city will be safe despite the current Zika outbreak in Brazil.