Popular first-person shooter game Call of Duty launches a fictional attack on Singapore through a series of tweets, drawing a mixed reaction on social media.
The UK is to spend £25m on building a new prison in Jamaica so that foreign criminals can be sent home to serve sentences in the Caribbean rather than in the UK.
The manufacturer has introduced its third car, which features doors that open upwards and on which it is staking its financial hopes
The BBC's Caroline Hawley explains the significance of a case at the International Criminal Court concerning the destruction of cultural heritage.
Orson Welles' personal manuscripts for Citizen Kane sell for over $102,000 (£67,187) at auction.
The BBC's television coverage of The Open will change from live to highlights from 2016, one year earlier than planned.
Two Japanese men have been detained in China since May accused of "carrying out espionage activities", China's foreign ministry confirms.
A migrant has been killed on the Eurotunnel tracks trying to make it to the UK, French authorities and Eurotunnel confirm.
The US state of Georgia executes a woman for the first time in 70 years despite a number of last-ditch appeals, including one by the Pope.
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone is coming under pressure to pick Michelin over Pirelli as the next tyre supplier.
A 50-year-old man is killed in a mob lynching allegedly over rumours that his family had been storing and consuming beef at home, reports said.
Sixteen Turkish construction workers kidnapped a month ago in the Iraqi capital Baghdad have been freed, Turkey's prime minister says.
Asian markets head higher, recovering from the previous session's steep losses, despite disappointing economic news from Japan.
Australia's 7-Eleven convenience store chain sees its chief executive and chairman resign amid a worker exploitation scandal.
British aid workers who risked their lives to save victims of the Ebola virus have been honoured for their efforts.
A court in the western Indian city of Mumbai sentences five people to death over the 2006 serial bombings of commuter trains.
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New Zealand PM John Key says Australian laws on deporting foreign criminals after jail terms are undermining their relationship.
Lessons from dengue crippling Delhi