A 25-year-old man from Ghana is feared to have left to join the Islamic State group, his father says, in the first such case in the West African state.
Aerosense, a company developed between Sony and robotics firm ZMP, shows off footage of a superfast drone that can fly at 106mph.
Islamic State militants may have used chemical weapons in an attack on a town in northern Syria on Friday, medical organisations and rebels say.
Former Vuelta a Espana champion Alejandro Valverde wins the fourth stage of the race, finishing ahead of Peter Sagan.
Searches at the Shoreham air crash site have been slowed down by heavy rain and floods, investigators say.
Tropical Storm Kilo's heavy rains trigger massive sewer spills, closing Waikiki Beach, Hawaii's most popular tourist destination.
More than 300,000 members Gujarat's Patel community attend a rally in India's Ahmedabad city to demand better access to jobs and education.
Central banks are under too much pressure to fix struggling economies, according to the man in charge of India's monetary policy.
Criticism of Justin Gatlin is masking the issue of doping within athletics, says sprinting great Michael Johnson.
A South African court grants bail to one of Nelson Mandela's grandsons who has been accused of raping a 15-year-old girl earlier this month.
A suspected arson attack on a gym intended as a temporary asylum shelter follows violent protests in Germany against the arrival of migrants.
Two men are detained on suspicion of trying to smuggle drugs and pornography into a prison in Maryland using a drone, prison officials say.
The International Atomic Energy Agency asks for more money to supervise last month's nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers.
A row erupts after the director of a renowned museum of Russian avant-garde art in Uzbekistan, the Savitsky museum, is abruptly sacked.
A social recluse from Londonderry ran an internet piracy scam from his bedroom that put the movie industry at risk of losing £120m, a court hears.
Residents of a town in north-western Nepal defy a curfew imposed after deadly clashes over the constitution, torching buildings, police say.
A South African court convicts eight policemen of murdering a Mozambican taxi driver who was tied and dragged behind a police van in 2013.
Singapore's government calls a snap general election for 11 September, the first since the country's founder, Lee Kuan Yew, died.
Olympic champion David Rudisha of Kenya wins his second world title with a commanding performance in the 800m final.
Some early adopters of a new Samsung phone have said the device's stylus can damage the phone when inserted upside down.