Iran's top nuclear official says an incident at its Natanz site was "nuclear terrorism".
"We've lost the grandfather of the nation". Prince Andrew says of his father, the Duke of Edinburgh.
They appear in public a week after Prince Hamzah was accused of plotting to destabilise the kingdom.
A black army lieutenant files a lawsuit against two policemen in Virginia after being pepper-sprayed.
A head and outstretched arms have been added to Christ the Protector in the southern city of Encantado.
An elephant calf has been rescued from the bottom of a dug well in India's Odisha state.
Monitors report another "explosive event" at a volcano on the now ash-covered Caribbean island of St Vincent.
Pints will also be poured in pub gardens, and hairdressers and gyms will reopen in England on Monday.
But despite the huge inoculation drive, India has just registered another record increase in cases.
Activists say more than 80 people were killed in the city of Bago in protests against the military coup.
Twenty-one people are trapped underground after a coal mine flooded in the Xinjiang region.
Shared grief over Prince Philip's death is an "ideal opportunity" to mend rifts within the Royal Family, former UK prime minister Sir John Major says.
Turnout is unclear in the vote boycotted by opposition candidates over brutality against protesters.
Several opposition leaders are barred from Sunday's poll in a country once seen as a model for Africa.
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