An armed man has been shot and arrested after he stole an ambulance and drove into people in Oslo, injuring twin babies.
Turkey's leader says up to 1,300 Syrian Kurdish fighters are still near the northeastern Syria border, despite a US-brokered truce demanding their withdrawal.
Italian football chiefs are considering fitting stadiums with listening devices used in anti-terrorism operations to identify racist fans.
Justin Trudeau is set to win a second term in Canada's parliamentary elections despite a series of scandals, but will have to form a minority government.
Japan's Emperor Naruhito has formally proclaimed his enthronement in a ritual-bound ceremony.
A driver has miraculously survived after he drove into the back of a truck and his car was impaled by logs.
Britain has lifted a ban on direct flights to Sharm el Sheikh four years after an Islamic State bombing of a Russian airliner triggered a suspension.
What began as a spontaneous protest about WhatsApp calls has turned into a nation-wide rallying cry for change.
Killer autonomous robots that use algorithms and sensors to determine when to kill people should be banned, the UN has been told.
Benjamin Netanyahu has abandoned his attempt to form a new coalition in a development that plunges Israel into further political uncertainty.