Thousands of Moroccans have taken to the streets for a fourth day of protest over the death of a fishmonger.
They have fled for their lives to a camp for the displaced – escaping the frontline of the fight for Mosul.
After several days of relative calm in Aleppo, Russian jets resumed heavy bombardment of rebel-held areas on Tuesday, according to a rebel official and a British-based monitoring group.
Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has invoked Nazi Germany in his latest outburst. The leader, who backs vigilante death squads in his war on drugs, appeared to answer critics who call him a dictator by likening himself to Hitler.
Three people – described as of ‘North African’ origin – are facing court after scuffles in Corsica, which left five people injured.
Striking footage has emerged of children being pulled from the rubble of a building flattened by air strikes in Syria.
Fifteen inmates from Guantanamo prison have been sent to the United Arab Emirates in the single largest transfer of detainees during President Obama’s administration.
The mayor of the US city of Milwaukee says a still image pulled from a police officer’s body camera shows “without question” that the black man shot by an officer was holding a gun in his hand at the time of the shooting.