Czech police say they have carried out one of the biggest seizures of illegal explosives and other dangerous substances in the country's history.
A convicted currency trader offered six London brokers take-away curries in exchange for helping him fix multi-million pound yen currency trades, a court has heard.
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Moldovan police and the FBI are reported to have stopped four attempts by smugglers to sell nuclear material to extremists in the Middle East.
Six warships are launching a new EU operation to seize boats smuggling migrants across the southern Mediterranean to Europe.
Pakistan's Supreme Court upholds the death sentence of a police bodyguard who killed a senior politician over his support for blasphemy law reform.
Hans Dieter Poetsch says VW's investigation into the emissions scandal will take time, after being appointed the company's new chairman.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande give speeches in the European Parliament.
Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi says she will lead the country's government if her party comes to power, despite being ineligible for president.
Sepp Blatter reportedly says he is being "condemned without evidence for wrongdoing", while Chung Mong-joon plans to sue him.
An Indian man aims for a second Guinness world record by building a 26-foot-high car, modelled on the 1922 Ford Tourer,
The nephew of Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has been shot dead in the capital, Mogadishu, in an attack by Islamist militant group al-Shabab.
England coach Mike Catt and fly-half Danny Cipriani had a training-ground incident before the World Cup.
The inquest into England's World Cup failure does not need to drag on months, former assistant national coach Mike Ford says.
Protesters picket an exhibition of art by French impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir in Boston because they say he "sucks at painting".
Brazil's top electoral court votes in favour of re-opening an investigation into the campaign finances of President Dilma Rousseff and her running mate.
Aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres wants a never-used body to investigate the US bombing of its hospital in the Afghan city of Kunduz.
More refugees in Jordan are returning to Syria, UN figures show, with some aiming to sell their homes to fund the journey to Europe.
Official figures showing a pick-up in UK manufacturing boost the pound to its highest level in two weeks against the dollar.