Sayfullo Saipov's mother says she can't believe her son deliberately killed eight people in New York.
Funeral arrangements must be made for the infamous US cult leader - but will anyone claim his body?
Russian leader says military action is "wrapping up", as Syria's president makes a surprise trip.
The Zanu-PF ruling party in Zimbabwe are set to impeach the country's president, Robert Mugabe.
The bomber struck inside a mosque packed with worshippers in eastern Adamawa state.
Students are reportedly left in tears by tough questions in maths papers.
The move comes after eight women accused him of sexual harassment in a newspaper report.
The Indiana Jones and Star Wars actor helps woman whose car rolled over and hit a tree in California.
Shyma, who was filmed eating a banana while in her underwear, is held for "inciting debauchery".
Europe's top court says Poland must prove it has stopped logging in Bialowieza forest or face fines.
Singapore's teens can add another feather to their caps. Not only are they the best in the world when it comes to science, math and reading, a new international education assessment suggests they have the best social skills.
It is not common to see a mature reptile with such pigmentation in the wild, an expert says.
The Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit to stop the media and telecoms tie-up.
It's the latest in a string of verdicts in Beijing's sweeping crackdown on human rights lawyers.
A cameraman is thwarted at the last moment after waiting 40 minutes to film a stadium demolition.
Haitians will have 18 months to return to the country or legalise their status in the US.
Whitefish Energy says payments have been delayed from Puerto Rico's bankrupt power authority.
A study of temporary workers' conditions finds extensive evidence of pay theft and other violations.
The Argentine navy boat vanished off the coast last Wednesday and no trace has been found.
Donald Trump's move will trigger "very large" additional sanctions, the US president says.