World headlines - Page 2
British banker Rurik Jutting calmly told police he had killed two women, and detailed his drug use and fantasies of rape and torture, a court has heard.
At least 17 people, mainly children, have been killed in airstrikes outside a school in northern Syria, say Syrian activists.
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is not doing enough to press for the release of a British man on death row in Ethiopia, it has been claimed.
Kevin Curran, a comedy writer and producer who spent 15 years working on The Simpsons, has died aged 59 after a long illness.
Nintendo has cut its sales and operating profit outlook for the year as the strength in the value of the yen hits company earnings.
Migrants have started moving back into the "Jungle", hours after French authorities announced they had finished clearing out the Calais camp.
Two young pro-independence politicians have defied a banning order against them and forced their way into the Hong Kong parliament and demanded to take their oaths.
Militants linked to Islamic State have killed 30 civilians in the Ghor province of Afghanistan.
Justin Timberlake has removed a selfie from his Instagram which showed him casting his vote in the US presidential election.
Adele has entered the US election debate by urging fans not to vote for Donald Trump at a concert attended by Hillary Clinton.
Brother and sister killed in Dreamworld theme park accident
A brother and sister were among four people killed on a ride at a theme park on Australia's Gold Coast.
Rome shaken after earthquakes hit central Italy
Rome's historic centre has been shaken by two strong earthquakes which struck central Italy - just months after a quake in the same area killed hundreds.