A fifth night of violence and rioting in the Swedish capital, Stockholm, has seen a police station attacked and two schools and at least nine cars set alight.
Food lovers and businessmen attend Sarajevo’s first ever halal food fair, set up in response to a rise in demand for halal food products in the wider Balkans region and beyond in recent years.
A Chinese farmer who lost his hands in an accident is turning his misfortune into a family business with home-made ‘bionic arms’ that he now sells to other amputees.
Part of a road bridge has collapsed into the Skagit River in the US state of Washington, officials say.
The former military leader of Guatemala, Efrain Rios Montt, scored a victory this week in the long-running genocide case against him.
A necklace reportedly worth 1.9m euros (£1.6m) has been stolen during the Cannes film festival, in the second such theft to hit this year’s event.
The UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has told the BBC that a UN force in the Democratic Republic of Congo will protect the civilian population
US President Barack Obama is heckled over his failure to close the Guantanamo Bay prison by a member of the audience during a national security speech.