Ethiopia has seen some startling growth over the last 15 years, prompting some to predict the country won't need foreign aid within a decade, says the BBC's Andrew Harding.
Bill Cosby cannot be prosecuted for a string of allegations. In the UK the law is different.
Mexican security forces search for drug lord Joaquin Guzman who escaped from a maximum-security jail through a tunnel on Saturday.
One of Zimbabwe's best known writers, Chenjerai Hove, a prominent critic of President Robert Mugabe, dies aged 59 in exile in Norway.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has no problem with Raheem Sterling as the forward prepares to join Manchester City for £49m.
Despicable Me spin-off Minions tops the US and Canada box office in its opening weekend, with the second biggest debut for an animated film.
Scotland's justice secretary says he has "full confidence" in Sir Stephen House despite growing pressure over Police Scotland's handling of a fatal crash on the M9.
Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta has been charged in a long-running corruption investigation, prosecutors say.
Part of a Russian military barracks collapsed killing 23 soldiers near the Siberian city of Omsk, officials say.
The Duke of Cambridge says he is "hugely excited" about his new job as a pilot with the East Anglian Air Ambulance.
The New Horizons flyby of Pluto inaugurates a new era of space exploration that will open up the Solar System's "third zone".
A case of H7N7 bird flu has been confirmed at a poultry farm in Lancashire, the government says.
A team of researchers unexpectedly discovers four extinct underwater volcanoes off the coast of Sydney in Australia.
The Somali government says it will submit its dispute with Kenya over their sea border to the International Court of Justice.
There are growing expectations that a deal capping marathon negotiations over Iran's nuclear programme will be announced in Vienna.
Why couple staged their wedding photos in a coffin
US police are investigating after a motorist was filmed driving in reverse for two miles on Los Angeles' busy Mulholland Drive.
Gunmen hold several hostages after what French police sources say was robbery attempt on Primark shop north of Paris
Nintendo's beloved CEO, Satoru Iwata, who has died from cancer, was a gamer first and then a CEO - but he is credited with reviving the company's flagging fortunes.
The EU president says eurozone leaders have reached an agreement after overnight talks over a third bailout for Greece.