The government of Australia's Northern Territory has dropped legal action against two boys who were subdued with tear gas at a detention centre.
Syrian jihadists Jabhat al-Nusra's decision to detach itself from al-Qaeda could end up strengthening the group, says David Roberts of King's College, London.
Chad's ex-ruler Hissene Habre is ordered to pay millions of dollars in compensation to victims of his crimes against humanity.
An international petition urges a Chinese university to apologise to two lesbian students denied diplomas after getting engaged at their graduation.
Sweden is launching a three-year official study of its citizens' sex lives - the first for 20 years.
Turkey wants other governments to close schools and colleges linked to Fethullah Gulen, after this month's coup attempt.
A pre-season friendly between two non-league sides is abandoned at half-time after one refuses to continue playing.