Two explosions at an election rally in Turkey's mainly Kurdish city of Diyarbakir have killed at least two and injured 100, according to officials.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis is facing criminal charges after US officials said the church leaders ignored reports that a priest was molesting children.
Matt Ritchie's first Scotland goal gives Gordon Strachan's side a workmanlike win over Qatar in their friendly.
A woman says former US House Speaker Dennis Hastert sexually abused her brother while Mr Hastert worked as a high school teacher in the 1970s.
Tariq Aziz, known as the face of Saddam Hussein's regime on the world stage for many years, has died in an Iraqi hospital, officials say.
At least two people have died and 100 injured in two explosions at a Kurdish opposition rally, two days before Turkey's general election, officials say.
Lewis Hamilton sets the pace and then crashes in a rain-interrupted second practice session at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Serena Williams will have to overcome a bout of flu if she is to beat Lucie Safarova in Saturday's French Open final.
Oil prices rise, then fall, then rise again after Opec oil ministers keep their current production levels unchanged.
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Andy Murray trails in his French Open semi-final against Novak Djokovic when play is suspended with a storm approaching.
The US says it faces a "dedicated adversary" and an "ever evolving threat" to the nation's cyber security, after a major data breach.
Alexis Tsipras warns Greece's international creditors not to impose humiliating terms as the country seeks urgently needed bailout funds.
Relatives of the 400 people missing, feared dead, after their ship capsized on China's Yangtze River express their anger at government officials.
Mexico and Canada request a meeting with the World Trade Organisation in order to impose sanctions worth $3bn in an ongoing row over meat-labelling.
Four rollercoasters at three theme parks are shut after a crash at Alton Towers in which 16 people were injured, four seriously.
A friend of Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison for obstructing the police investigation.
The eldest son of Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe is convicted of manslaughter and fined $800 (£520) for knocking down a man in his car.
Ghanaians are being questioned about the cause of a fire, in which some 150 people died as they sought shelter from rain in a petrol station.