A US air strike has destroyed more than 238 fuel trucks controlled by Islamic State (IS) militants in north-east Syria, says the US military.
The Belgian Prime Minister says that the threat of an attack on Brussels remains "serious and imminent", but urges residents to stay calm.
A US mayor says Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump "is plain wrong" in claiming Arabs in his city cheered the attacks of 9/11.
A northern white rhinoceros dies in a zoo in San Diego, California, leaving only three of the animals still alive in the world.
The person who came second in Zimbabwe's Mr Ugly contest cries foul, saying the winner isn't ugly enough.
An Israeli soldier is stabbed to death and three Palestinian attackers are shot dead amid a fresh spate of stabbings in the West Bank and Jerusalem.
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Migrants stuck on the border between Greece and Macedonia sew their lips together to protest against not being allowed to continue their journey.
A Chinese military newspaper gives graphic details of a raid in Xinjiang province against suspected militants.
France launches its first strikes against Islamic State from its Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier, newly deployed in the Mediterranean.
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Police appeal for help to identify the two gunmen who carried out Friday's attack on a hotel in Bamako, in which 22 people were killed.
Thousands of people are stuck on Greece's border with Macedonia because they are being told that only those that can prove they are escaping war Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan can pass.
US drugs giant Pfizer agrees a takeover of Botox-maker Allergan for $160bn (£106bn) in what is the biggest pharmaceuticals deal in history.
A giant solar plant will open in Morocco next month, which will use salt to continue to provide power when the sun has gone down.
Russia resumes the export of some nuclear technology to Iran, as President Putin meets Iranian leaders in Tehran.
Syrian government forces are reported to have captured two towns from Islamic State militants in the west of the country.
A group of Kenyan athletes occupy the headquarters of the sport's national governing body in the capital, Nairobi, stopping officials from entering.
Australian Phuc Dat Bich, whose complaint that Facebook kept taking down his profile went viral, thanks his supporters, saying he is glad he made people happy.
David Cameron says that the world is coming together to hunt down Islamic State militants in their heartland of Syria and Iraq.