A car bomb at a market in northern Syria has killed ten people, including militiamen fighting for Turkey. Ankara has blamed the Kurdish YPG militia for the attack. The area was occupied by Kurdish forces until last month's incursion by Turkey.
The Turkish Interior Minister has criticized the reluctance of European countries to repatriate nationals who have been taken prisoners while fighting for IS in Syria. Suleyman Soylu said his country was not a hotel.
The U.N Chief has told countries in Asia that they must give up what he called their addiction to coal. The alternative was to put the lives of hundreds of millions at risk from climate change. Antonio Guterres' comments follow new research highlighting the risk of flooding to many Asian cities.
South African rugby fans say that by winning the World Cup, the national team has united the country more than any political party. Victory over England was led by the Sprintboks first black Capitan with tries scored by black wingers.
The renowned Ethiopian long-distance runner Haile Gebrselassie has said that fake news shared on Facebook help fuel the recent outbreak of ethnic violence, which left 78 people died. The double Olympic champion called for the posts, which were untrue and had the potential to incite violence to be taken down.
The United Nations special representative in Mali has condemned an attack on a military base near the border with Niger, which left 49 soldiers died. The raid's thought to have been carried out by Islam militants.
And astronauts on board international space station will have the chance to test their baking skill soon, as a rocket carrying an oven and ingredients for chocolate chip cookies is due to dock with the structure.
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