Can Qantas fix its financial troubles?
Pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine push their way into the port of Novoazovsk, threatening to open up a new front in the war.
HP is asking the owners of more than six million power cables to send back the cords to avoid the risk of being burnt by the kit.
Real Madrid's Spain midfielder Xabi Alonso retires from international football after winning 114 caps.
An audit of votes from Afghanistan's disputed presidential election restarts, but without observers from the camps of either candidate.
The UN accuses IS militants of war crimes, and the Syrian government of using chemical agents in eight separate incidents in a new report.
IMF head Christine Lagarde says she has been placed under formal investigation for negligence in a French fraud case but has not been charged.
Military officials confirm that a Massachusetts Air National Guard F-15 went down in a rural area in western Virginia but the status of the pilot is unknown.
Zimbabwean riot police beat opposition protestors who were trying to march to parliament to demand jobs and policies to end the high unemployment.
McDonald's says it will appeal against a court ruling in Moscow ordering the closure for 90 days of four of its Russian outlets.
US journalist Peter Theo Curtis, freed after two years in captivity in Syria, says he is "overwhelmed by emotion" at how many people helped his release.
Profits at Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba have nearly tripled, latest filings reveal, ahead of the firm's planned US stock market debut later this year.
American journalist Peter Theo Curtis, freed after nearly two years in captivity in Syria, makes a statement to the press.
Archaeologists unearth a 2,000-year-old perfectly preserved wooden toilet seat at a Roman fort on Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland.
Forensics officers have so far identified 173 victims of flight MH17, shot down over Ukraine, but say the process is getting more difficult.
The German government announced proposals to tackle alleged abuses of the benefits system by migrants from elsewhere in the European Union.
Nigerian schools are ordered to remain shut, delaying the new academic year until 13 October as part of measures to prevent the spread of Ebola.
Peruvian police say they have found a stash a 3.3-tonnes stash of cocaine hidden in a consignment of coal that was bound for Europe.
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A second man is arrested over the murder of an exiled Pakistani politician who was attacked on his way home from work in London.