A UK doctor who was found dead in prison in Syria did not not kill himself as Syrian officials claim, two of his former inmates say.
Repairs to overhead power lines in the Channel Tunnel, where a fault caused Eurostar cancellations on Monday, are almost complete Eurotunnel has said.
Israel has carried out more air strikes on the Gaza Strip, following the firing of dozens of rockets on Israel by the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas.
An interim report says the 16 April sinking of South Korea ferry Sewol was partly due to government negligence and corruption.
Typhoon Neoguri is approaching Japan's Okinawa island chain, packing strong winds and torrential rain.
Carrefour, one the world's largest retail chains, is shutting its India business less than four years after it opened its first store in the country.
Samsung Electronics forecasts a 25% drop in profit for the April-to-June quarter due to a slowdown in the smartphone market and a strong Korean currency.
The NHS still has a long way to go to improve the way it handles complaints, although there are signs of improvement, a survey suggests.
Hamas fires a volley of rockets into southern Israel, prompting air strikes on Gaza, as Israel calls up hundreds of reservists.
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A painting by the French artist Henri Matisse, stolen more than a decade ago, is handed back to Venezuela by the United States.
Futbol: The Beautiful Game, at Los Angeles County Museum of Art, looks at football and its place in society, by showcasing the work of artists from around the world.
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British scientists have made a "major step forwards" in developing a blood test for Alzheimer's disease.
Coach Luiz Felipe Scolari says Brazil will cope without Neymar when they face Germany in Tuesday's Fifa World Cup semi-final.
Heathrow and Manchester airports tell travellers to the US they must charge any electronic devices carried as hand luggage ahead of checks.
The Indonesians who pine for their former dictator
Ashraf Ghani is leading the race to replace Hamid Karzai as president of Afghanistan, according to preliminary results.
A federal judge approves a settlement that would see thousands of former US football players compensated by the National Football League for concussion-related injuries.