Zimbabwe's ruling party has expelled Robert Mugabe as its chief and set a Monday deadline for the leader to end his presidency after nearly four decades of rule.
The embattled president vows to stay on, despite widespread speculation that he would announce his resignation.
Zimbabwe's Zanu-PF removes Robert Mugabe and gives him a day to resign as president.
Clipper Round the World Race team says Simon Speirs was swept overboard during gale force winds.
Benevento break Manchester United's record for the worst ever start in the top five European leagues after conceding in added time to Sassuolo.
Reuven Rivlin says an Israeli soldier who killed a wounded Palestinian attacker should not be pardoned.
Air pollution levels were eight times the safe level and doctors wanted the half marathon postponed.
Every few months, US authorities open the gate to the fence separating the two countries and allow families to meet without a visa.
The governor's office says the move has been taken on security grounds and to protect public order.
The Girls star admits she was "naive" in supporting a colleague after a sexual assault claim.
People sing and celebrate as Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe is sacked as ruling party leader.
The 31-year-old used his service gun against his girlfriend, her family and passers-by near Paris.
The blaze broke out in the city's southern Daxing district, mostly inhabited by migrant workers.
Eight candidates are standing, with ex-president Sebastián Piñera seen as a clear favourite.
The president's closest allies turn against him as pressure builds for him to step down.
Gen John Hyten says that instead he would work to agree a legal alternative with a president.
A US warship suffers slight damage after being struck by a Japanese tug.
He is reported to require a liver transplant and has kidney problems.
The Argentine naval submarine went missing on Wednesday with 44 crew on board
Katy Watson reports on how the growing polarisation in Brazilian society is affecting the arts.