World leaders demand answers over ‘monstrous’ journalist killingThere has been fresh condemnation of Saudi Arabia over the “horrific murder” of a dissident journalist, as the foreign secretary said Britain does not think the Gulf kingdom’s version of events is “credible”.
Norwegian saboteur who stopped Nazi nuclear plan diesThe Norwegian saboteur credited with stopping the Nazis from acquiring nuclear weapons has died aged 99.
Hurricane Willa threatens Mexico tourist resortsTourist resorts on Mexico’s Pacific coast are bracing for 160mph winds as Hurricane Willa barrels towards them.
Exploding toilets cause dozens of injuries in USMore than a million toilet flushing systems have been recalled in the US after a spate of cistern explosions caused injuries.
Trump declares national emergency over migrant caravanDonald Trump has ordered the military to be on alert over a US-bound migrant caravan as he declared a national emergency.
Superbugs to kill 10 million a year by 2050, MPs warnSuperbugs will kill 10 million people a year by 2050 – more than cancer and diabetes combined – unless urgent action is taken, MPs have warned.
Academics demand release of student held on spy chargesA British university student accused of spying and put in solitary confinement should immediately be freed from jail, says a letter signed by 123 academics.
Tobacco giant’s anti-smoking campaign branded ‘PR puff’One of the world’s biggest tobacco companies, Philip Morris, has been accused of “staggering hypocrisy” over a new campaign urging smokers to quit.
Keep the change: YouTuber leaves waitress $10k tipStaff at a hot dog diner in North Carolina have some extra cash to play with this month thanks to a $10,000 (£7,645) tip from a generous YouTube star.
Saudi king and crown prince call Khashoggi’s sonSaudi Arabia’s king and crown prince have called Jamal Khashoggi’s son to offer their condolences for his death, according to Saudi media.