The latest stories from the World section of the BBC News web site.
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Sadio Mane ends Southampton's goal drought at home by scoring a late winner against Crystal Palace.
The US Justice Department has found evidence of racial bias at the Ferguson police department, US media report.
The father of Islamic State fighter Mohammed Emwazi is in "shock" as he helps officials build a profile of his son, the BBC is told after the first meeting with him.
Lesotho is set for coalition talks after no party gained a majority in elections called after last year's attempted coup.
Congress has passed a security funding bill that will not rollback the president's recent immigration reforms.
Stuart Broad says claims England are "playing with fear" are wide of the mark despite a poor start to the World Cup.
US agents raid more than a dozen hotels that cater to pregnant foreigners who want their children to be born US citizens.
The family of missing teenager Becky Watts say they are "devastated" as police reveal body parts are discovered at a house in Bristol.
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says an Iran nuclear deal could "pave Iran's path to the bomb", in a contentious speech to the US Congress.
Police in India secure a court injunction blocking the broadcast of an interview with one of the Delhi gang rapists on death row.
Ukraine's central bank sharply raises interest rates from 19.5% to 30% in an effort to curb inflation and prop up its beleaguered currency.
Disgraced former entertainer Rolf Harris has been stripped of his CBE, according to an official announcement in the London Gazette.
Kevin Pietersen has little chance of making an England comeback, says former team-mate Matthew Hoggard.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta sets fire to 15 tonnes of elephant ivory as part of the East African nation's efforts to curb poaching.
A Soviet prison camp from the Stalin era - the only one fully preserved - no longer exists as a museum dedicated to political prisoners, its director says.
An "environmentally friendly" supercar has been unveiled at Geneva's International Motor Show.
Theories abound over murder that shocked Moscow
David Petraeus, a former four-star general, reaches a plea deal with the US Justice Department in which he will admit to mishandling classified materials.
The Bank of Canada announces that tribute pictures of Leonard Nimoy's Spock on bank notes is not against the law.
An Al Jazeera journalist is fined €1,000 (£725;$1,120) for flying a drone in Paris in the midst of a security alert sparked by unexplained drone sightings.