News and issues making the headlines each day.
Swedish prosecutors said it would have "no formal impact" on their inquiry.
UK conference seeks to raise $9 billion to help rebuild lives in Syria
The draft deal was published by European Council President Donald Tusk on Tuesday
"Tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives," he declared.
The meeting in Geneva will decide whether to declare a global emergency for Zika virus
Fractured Syrian opposition casts shadow over UN sponsored talks
Charter aircraft would be used to deport the migrants but it would take several years
The virus is linked to thousands of babies being born with underdeveloped brains
The proposal has drawn sharp criticism at home and abroad.
WHO says Zika is expected to reach all countries in the Americas save Canada and Chile
Mr Valls also warned the migration crisis was now putting the EU itself at grave risk.
British inquiry delivers findings on poisoned former Russian spy
'Are you ready to stump for Trump?' Ms Palin asked supporters at a rally in Iowa.
China's economy grew by 6.9% in 2015, compared with 7.3% a year earlier.
BBC and Buzzfeed News expose evidence of suspected match-fixing
Al-Shabab militants overrun an African Union base in Somalia
Indonesian police say Islamic State sent warning; how Moscow copes with heavy snow
Obama makes the case for his legacy
The explosion happened in a place popular with tourists in Istanbul.
Tributes paid to David Bowie, the man who shaped five decades of music and culture
Share prices rise two percent after authorities lift the "circuit breaker" mechanism
Share price plunge forces shutdown of China's stock markets for the second time this week
US Muslim prayer complaint; David Bowie's landlady
What are the financial and economic aspects to the row?
Automatic shut down of China's exchanges after prices fall by seven percent