Clashes in Jerusalem

Tensions are mounting in east Jerusalem as relatives prepare for the funeral of a Palestinian driver who killed an Israeli baby last week.

Three Turkish soldiers shot dead

Three Turkish soldiers have been shot dead in the restive Kurdish-majority southeast of the country, with the army blaming separatist terrorists.

WHO puts Ebola cases at 10,000

The number of people infected with Ebola has risen to more than 10,000, the World Health Organisation (WHO) says.
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Google vice-president Alan Eustace took two hours in a helium balloon to reach 41,150 metres to break the record for the highest free-fall skydive.
Tens of thousands of Italians took to the streets of Rome Saturday for a demo organised by Italy's largest trade union to protest Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's...
American footballer C.J. Mosley has done something wrong in London and the Detroit Lions have sent him home ahead of the NFL game against Atlanta.
Alaska, Arizona, Idaho, North Carolina, West Virginia, and Wyoming are the latest US states to recognise gay marriage, taking the number of states to 32.
At least 26 people, mainly schoolchildren, are believed to have died in Zambia after a ferry capsized on Lake Kariba.
Two people have been killed and 23 wounded in clashes between Lebanese troops and Islamist gunmen in an historic market in Tripoli.
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