The students were among 176 people kidnapped on Saturday in the restive Anglophone region.
Poland pulls out after Israeli remarks over the role of Poles in the Nazi mass murder of Jews.
Two French ex-pilots are accused of trying to smuggle a huge drugs stash from the Dominican Republic.
Swede Elin Ersson caused disruption on a plane that stopped an Afghan migrant being sent home.
The US president vents anger at an "illegal act", amid claims there were discussions to oust him.
A gun battle broke out on Monday as Indian troops searched for those behind a deadly suicide attack.
Retailers are pushing back against UK government plans for a deposit return program designed to encourage recycling of plastic bottles and aluminum cans.
An advert for Zara has sparked a row over whether freckles "uglify" Chinese people.
A Russian aerodrome is raising money online for the upkeep of its resident bear.
The bodies of 24 gold miners have been recovered from a flooded mine in Zimbabwe, and rescuers have pulled out eight survivors who had been trapped underground, the Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation reported.
Soldiers told to be "ruthless" with anyone snatching ballot boxes for the delayed election.
Kyochi Watanabe plays music in the hope of saving the lives of those drawn to a forest of Japan
A top Republican senator calls the alleged discussions an "attempted bureaucratic coup".
The ranks of people who believe the Earth is flat are being helped by YouTube, suggests a US study.
Officers filmed their riot van being targeted by demonstrators in Lyon.
The "sophisticated" activity follows an intrusion on parliamentary servers, PM Scott Morrison says.
The results are believed to be the work of Indian protesters responding to the 14 February Kashmir attack.
The government's new economic and anti-corruption measures fail to stop new opposition protests.
The government and Houthi rebels agree on the first phase of a redeployment of forces from Hudaydah.