New Zealand has been trying to come to terms with the deaths of 49 people shot to death at two mosques during midday prayers on Friday.
Bernie Sanders has been treated at a walk-in clinic for a minor injury while campaigning for the Democratic nomination for the US presidency.
Donald Trump has sent condolences to the victims of the New Zealand mosque massacre, and the White House issued a statement denouncing the “vicious act of hate”.
At least 49 people have been killed in mass shootings at two mosques full of worshippers attending Friday prayers in an attack broadcast in horrifying live video by an immigrant-hating white nationalist wielding at least two rifles.
Analysis of the flight recorders of the crashed Ethiopian Airlines plane has begun, the airline said, amid reports that the pilot requested permission “in a panicky voice” to return to the airport shortly after take-off.
The self-proclaimed racist believed to have killed 49 people at a New Zealand mosque during Friday prayers apparently opened fire with rifles covered in white-supremacist graffiti and listened to a song glorifying a Bosnian Serb war criminal.
Cross-border fighting between Israel and Gaza’s ruling Hamas group appears to be winding down amid reports of a truce and Israeli media suggestions that a misfire was responsible for the rocket attack on Tel Aviv that triggered the exchange.
Twenty people have been confirmed dead in a school building that collapsed in Nigeria, most of them children.
Students around the world are missing classes to take to the streets to protest against their governments’ failure to take sufficient action against global warming.
A man is to appear in court in New Zealand charged with murder after 49 people were killed in mass shootings at two mosques full of worshippers attending Friday prayers.
Israeli warplanes struck some 100 Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip on Friday in response to a rare rocket attack on the Israeli city of Tel Aviv.
A number of places of worship around the world, a place of reflection and peace, have been targeted by extremists. Here are some of the deadliest attacks over the last decade:
The pilot of the Ethiopian Airlines plane that crashed requested permission “in a panicky voice” to return to the airport shortly after take-off, the New York Times has reported.
Members of the Bangladesh cricket team narrowly missed the New Zealand mosque attack.
The Israeli military says it has begun attacking sites in the Gaza Strip in response to a rocket attack on Tel Aviv.
Mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch killed 49 people on what Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern called “one of New Zealand’s darkest days”.
The Republican-run Senate firmly rejected US President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency at the south-west border on Thursday.
European Parliament president Antonio Tajani has apologised for remarks interpreted as praise for Italian dictator Benito Mussolini and insisted he is “a committed anti-fascist.”
Classmates, friends and families of the victims of a mass shooting at a Brazil school have begun saying their goodbyes.
National Guard troops used special vehicles with tank-like treads to rescue stranded drivers in Colorado in the wake of a massive storm that unleashed heavy rain and snow on large parts of the United States.
Search efforts have been halted in Nigeria a day after a school building collapsed in Lagos with an unknown number of children inside.
A man said by federal prosecutors to have been a top leader of New York’s notorious Gambino crime family has been shot and killed on Staten Island.
Flight data recorders from an Ethiopian Airlines plane which crashed in the African country have arrived in France for analysis.
A tornado described by firefighters as “brief but fierce” has damaged about 30 houses in western Germany.
French authorities are working to contain a fuel spill off the Atlantic coast after an Italian container ship sank following a fire.
Rescue workers are continuing to search a building containing a school in Nigeria after it collapsed with scores of children reported to be inside.
US federal prosecutors are conducting a criminal investigation into Facebook’s data deals with major electronics manufacturers, the New York Times has reported.
Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has been sentenced to a total of seven and a half years in prison, then hit almost immediately with fresh state charges in New York.
The Governor of California has not only put a moratorium on executions in the US state but has said he also may commute death sentences and is pushing to repeal capital punishment.
US Democrat Beto O’Rourke has said he is running for president in 2020.
The US Senate has voted to end US support for the Saudi Arabian-led coalition’s war in Yemen, bringing Congress one step closer to a unprecedented rebuke of President Donald Trump’s foreign policy.
At least eight people have died after a three-storey school building collapsed in Nigeria, with rescue crews saying that 37 others were rescued from the rubble alive.