Ethiopia says completes third filling of mega-dam reservoir
Without providing any proof, the secretary-general of Kenya's governing party has said the country's elections were rigged, fuelling public anxiety on Friday as media houses significantly slowed down their unofficial tallies of the presidential vote.
British households faced new water usage restrictions on Friday, with parts of England likely to formally declare a drought as the government, environment officials and water companies meet to discuss the impact of prolonged hot and dry weather.
British leadership candidate Liz Truss, the front-runner to become prime minister, said that while energy giants should be held to account their profits should not be seen as either dirty or evil.
UN's Guterres expresses 'clear commitment' to North Korea denuclearisation
Video showed several anti-submarine aircraft from Guangdong-based Southern Theatre Command taking part in Monday's drills near Taiwan.
A group of property developers in the eastern Chinese city of Hefei urged the local government this month to crack down on what they described as "malicious protests" by homebuyers, according to a joint letter reviewed by Reuters.
UK economy closes in on recession
Actor Anne Heche 'not expected to survive' after crash: US media
Australian economist pleads not guilty at Myanmar junta trial: source
According to Ukraine, the Russian military death toll is estimated to have reached 43,000.