Video shows boy's shooting death

Cleveland said they released the video of police killing a 12-year-old boy brandishing a toy gun after a request from his parents.

Ebola vaccine tested

GlaxoSmithKline's experimental vaccine produced an immune response in all 20 healthy volunteers.

700 refugees on stricken ship

Greek efforts to tow the ship to Crete are being hampered by gale-force winds and high waves.

Brown's parents slam account

Parents of slain Ferguson teenager call story given by the police officer who killed "so disrespectful".

World's largest animal sacrifice

The last time the festival was held, sword-wielding men killed an estimated 250,000 buffalo, sheep, goats and chickens.

No debris found in MH370 search

Australians continue to report discoveries of potential debris from the MH370 wreck, but so far none have been connected to the missing plane.

Police 'not trigger happy'

Review of Queensland police protocol under way after three fatal police shootings in the state in a week.

Mum 'allowed to name' drain baby

Baby in drain for days

Ex CBC radio host charged

Police arrest prominent former Canadian Broadcasting Corp radio host on sexual assault charges.

Poll picks Romney vs Clinton

Mitt Romney leads the field for the 2016 election among Republican voters, a new poll says.

FBI agents shot near Ferguson

Ferguson protests across America

Last photos show killer bear

Shortly before he was mauled to death by this bear, Darsh Patel shot a series of photos on his phone.

UK brothers jailed over terror camp

Two British brothers have been jailed for conspiring to attend a terrorist training camp in Syria.

This Prince George photo's a gift

The adorable snap of George used as official gifts on the royal tour of NZ emerges online.

NATO concerned by Russia

Passengers push frozen plane

Hacker stole from Wikileaks

Former associate of Julian Assange unexpectedly pleads guilty to embezzling from organisation.

IS fighters battle Iraqi forces

Islamic State insurgents battled Iraqi forces in the centre of Baiji, a week after the army broke their prolonged siege.

Yemeni forces free eight

Yemeni security forces freed seven Yemeni hostages and one foreigner in a special operation.

Women's rights on the line

Iraqi forces retake ground

'Gay men' stoned to death

IS group stones two men to death after claiming they were gay, a monitor said.

No tsunami from quake

A powerful earthquake has struck off the coast of northern Indonesia, but a tsunami is unlikely.

Official blasts whaling opposition

Opposition to Japan's whaling programme is a kind of "eco-imperialism" , Japan's top whaling official says.

HK student leaders arrested

Hong Kong begins clearing student protest site

Key protesters arrested

Police arrest key student leaders as they clear the most volatile of Hong Kong's three pro-democracy protest camps.

Swapped toddlers should stay put

Court rules that two South African toddlers accidentally swapped on the day they were born should stay with families who raised them.

Building collapse kills at least 17

Relatives of the missing dig in the rubble with their hands after a building's owners illegally added two additional floors.

Female bombers kill 30

Desert floods kill scores

5000 doc call for Ebola fight

European Commission calls for 5000 doctors to be sent to combat Africa's Ebola epidemic, a European source has claimed.

Tonga sends Kiwi cop home

Second New Zealander serving as Tonga’s police commissioner kicked out.

Seal-penguin rape 'increasing'

Seals are increasingly forcing penguins into sex and occasionally killing them once they get their sexual release.

China eyeing off Antarctica

TPPA momentum building

Fiji stability 'threatened'

Voreqe Bainimarama says destructive forces re-emerging in Fiji as video of captured soldiers released.