Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz announces former contender Carly Fiorina as his running mate.
Bobbi Kristina Brown's drug use "got really bad" before she died, her boyfriend Nick Gordon says.
Concern over imprisoned teenager in Egypt
A federal judge has sentenced Dennis Hastert to 15 months in prison, calling the former House Speaker "a serial child molester".
Journalist and author Joshua Hammer talks about his book, Bad-Ass Librarians of Timbuktu, which describes how historians saved thousands of ancient Islamic texts from Al Qaeda militants.
A suicide bomber blows herself up in the western Turkish city of Bursa, killing one and injuring 10, local media say.
Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam appears before a French judge hours after his extradition from Belgium.
Russia's president urges space officials to fix "hitches" after travelling across the country to see the first rocket launch from a new cosmodrome - only for it to be delayed.
A soldier suspected of killing 11 people at a military barracks in Cape Verde is arrested after a 24-hour manhunt, the authorities say.
A two-year-old boy has accidentally shot and killed his mother in the US city of Milwaukee after finding a gun in the back of their car.
The Austrian parliament passes a controversial new law restricting asylum rights and allowing most claimants to be rejected directly at the border.
Fresh elections are due - but can anyone win?
What South Sudanese want now that war has ended
Venezuelans poke fun at power rationing
Why Hong Kong journalists are boycotting their columns
A Lebanese rock band with a gay lead singer says it has been banned from performing in Jordan because its music supports religious and sexual freedom.
A conflict in the disputed territory of Western Sahara may flare up again if the UN's mission is not fully restored, an African Union envoy warns.
The head of Germany's foreign intelligence service, Gerhard Schindler, is to leave his job early amid reports that he was forced out.
Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine say at least four civilians, including a pregnant woman, were killed in a shelling - an attack army chiefs deny.
Turkey's secularist character is "not up for debate", its PM says, following a controversial call for its new constitution to be religion-based.