World headlines with summaries.
Mysterious stone rings found in a French cave were probably built by Neanderthals 175,000 years ago.
A state department inquiry has accused Hillary Clinton and other former US secretaries of state of poorly managing email security. (COMMENTS)
A section of the embankment of the River Arno in central Florence has collapsed, sending part of the road and at least 20 parked cars into a newly formed ditch.
The reporter who wrote an article critical of Helen Clark's leadership of the UN Development Programme doubts it will hurt her bid to become Secretary-General. (AUDIO, COMMENTS)
Russia has freed jailed Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko in a prisoner swap with two Russians held by Ukraine.
Eleven US states claim the White House's directive that students be allowed to use the toilet that matches their gender identity is "a massive social experiment".
The Green Party in Australia is calling for regulation of the milk market to protect struggling dairy farmers.
Greece has agreed a deal to unlock a further 10.3bn euros in loans from its international creditors, after talks in Brussels.
EgyptAir plane sent electronic messages which showed the temperature in the cockpit rose before it crashed last week.
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A US-backed alliance has begun a campaign to expel Islamic State militants from the countryside north of Raqqa.
Actor and comedian Bill Cosby has been ordered to stand trial on charges of sexual assault.
Human remains retrieved from the crashed EgyptAir flight suggest that there was an explosion on board the plane.
A group of North Koreans working at a state-run restaurant overseas have defected, South Korea has confirmed.
Greece has begun evacuating thousands of stranded refugees from the makeshift Idomeni camp on its northern border with Macedonia.
Raw sewage from research bases is contaminating Antarctica's pristine ocean, affecting fish, seals, penguins and other marine creatures, researchers say.
An EgyptAir flight that crashed in the Mediterranean did not swerve as previously reported, an Egyptian official says.
Syria's government has accused Turkey, Qatar and Saudi Arabia of being behind a wave of bombings in coastal cities Tartous and Jableh.
Nepal mountaineering associations should lobby the government to put greater safety measures in place on Everest, Norbu Tenzing says. (AUDIO)
A newly-classified fossil gives clues to how life in the oceans recovered from a mass extinction about 250 million years ago.