A top Spanish judge issues international arrest warrants for 12 Russians suspected of organised crime, including senior state officials.
The Israeli ringleader in the murder of a Palestinian teenager who was abducted and burned to death is sentenced to life in prison.
Kenyan police say they have foiled a "large-scale" biological attack by a terror group with links to so-called Islamic State.
Genes are partly to blame for some dogs getting fat, say scientists who have studied Labrador retrievers.
Former Wimbledon tennis champion Bob Hewitt appeals in a South African court against his six-year prison sentence for raping under-age girls.
Nepal orders a Canadian man to leave the country, saying messages he has posted on Twitter are threatening national unity.
A German comedian under investigation for mocking the Turkish president accuses Angela Merkel of "serving" him up to a "despot".
The US defence secretary accuses Russia of "nuclear sabre-rattling" and says the US has had to step up its military presence on Nato's eastern flank.
Manchester United's Marouane Fellaini and Leicester's Robert Huth are charged with violent conduct by the Football Association.
From Egypt to Malaysia, the world reacts to Leicester's premier league title win.
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump suggests that Rafael Cruz, his main rival's father, was connected to President John F Kennedy's assassin.
The Olympic flame has arrived in Brazil for the start of a torch relay that will culminate with the opening of the Olympic Games in Rio in August.
A detailed analysis of about 2,000 film scripts suggests that actresses are given fewer lines of dialogue the older they become.
The father of a six-month-old girl rescued from the debris of a collapsed building in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi, pays tribute to those who saved her.
A festival featuring Paul McCartney, the Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan is confirmed for the US in October.
Rome, the hometown of Premier League-winning manager Claudio Ranieri, is also claiming Leicester City's unlikely triumph as its own.
Three municipalities on a remote island in southwestern Japan have launched an unprecedented project to neuter all 3,000 resident felines in order to protect native rabbits designated as a special national treasure. (Japan Today)
A man was found dead after being run over by a car on a road in Mooka, Tochigi Prefecture, but police said Tuesday that he may have already been dead after being hit by another car earlier. (Japan Today)
A conservative group says it has been sending men into women's toilets at Target stores to protest the company's policies toward transgender people.
The Olympic flame arrives in Brazil three months ahead of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro as the country faces a deepening political crisis.