Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has flatly denied claims that his forces are committing war crimes during the military operation in norther Syria.
The family of jailed drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman have said they will cover the expenses of those injured and killed during a failed attempt to capture his son in Mexico.
Europol has revealed the names of Europe's most-wanted fugitives - and 18 of the 21 criminals on the list are women.
The US leader has called the first all-female spacewalkers, saying: "This is President Donald Trump, do you hear me?"
Spain's civil guard is to be deployed in Barcelona, the country's government has announced, as a mass pro-independence protest again descended into violence.
Michael Hutchence was rarely out of the papers in the final years of his life, but there was a secret he had kept hidden from the world - he was suffering from brain damage.
Two men have been arrested after five adult siblings were found locked in a basement on a farm in the northern Netherlands "waiting for the end of time".
Bulgaria's manager has resigned after a Euro 2020 qualifier in Sofia had to be paused twice due to racist abuse by home fans directed at England players.
Deep sea explorers hoping to discover sunken World War Two ships are launching underwater robots in an area where one of the most significant battles of the time took place.
Donald Trump has defended pulling US troops out of northern Syria - hours after Turkey agreed to suspend its offensive in the region for five days.