Twitter has pulled out of the European Union's voluntary code to fight disinformation, the EU has said. Thierry Breton, who is the EU's internal market commissioner, announced the news on Twitter - but warned the firm that new laws would force compliance.
A man has been arrested for opening the emergency door of an Asiana Airlines flight as it was landing in South Korea. All 194 passengers survived the flight, which landed safely but with its door still open at Daegu International Airport on Friday.
At least one person has died and 15 others have been injured in a missile strike on a hospital in Dnipro, in Ukraine's east. The Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelensky, confirmed the attack and said authorities were working to rescue others from the hospital.
Killer whales severely damaged a sailing boat off the coast of southern Spain, the local maritime rescue service has said, adding to dozens of attacks by orcas on vessels recorded so far this year off Spanish and Portuguese coasts.
Rwandan genocide suspects Fulgence Kayishema has been arrested in South Africa, the United Nations tribunal for war crimes committed in Rwanda said on Thursday. He was arrested on Wednesday after being on the run since 2001.
Tina Turner, the American-born singer who left a farming community and an abusive relationship to become one of the top recording artists of all time, has died at the age of 83. She died peacefully on Wednesday after a long illness in her home in Kusnacht near Zurich, Switzerland, her representative said.
Bakhmut is the scene of the longest and bloodiest battle of Russia's war in Ukraine. The 10-month fight has reduced the eastern salt-mining city to a skeleton, with most of its schools, apartments and shops leveled or severely damaged.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis will announce his 2024 presidential bid in an online appearance with Twitter CEO Elon Musk on Wednesday. Mr. Musk is scheduled to host a Twitter Spaces conversation with Mr. DeSantis at 18:00 local time (22:00 GMT).
North Korea, Eritrea, and Mauritania have the highest prevalence of modern slavery in the world, according to the 2023 Global Slavery Index, which notes a “worsening” situation globally since its last survey five years earlier.
Apple says it has struck a multi-billion dollar deal with chipmaker Broadcom to use more US-made parts. Under the multi-year agreement, the two US companies will develop components for 5G devices that will be designed and manufactured in America. Apple says the deal is part of a plan it announced in 2021 to invest $430bn (£346bn) in the US economy.
Istanbul’s skyline has been rapidly transforming over the years as towering new skyscrapers pop up and expansive bridges connect the metropolis that spans two continents. Since 2019, Grand Camlica Mosque – which stretches over 57,500sq meters (620,000sq feet) and has six minarets and a towering central dome – has been the most visible structure on the Anatolian side of Turkey’s cultural capital.
Three Palestinians have been killed in a raid by Israeli forces on the Balata refugee camp in the occupied West Bank, the Palestinian health ministry said in a statement.
Israel’s far-right National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir has entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem and declared Israel was “in charge”, drawing condemnation from Palestinians after months of escalating tension and violence.
At least nine people have died after a stampede at a football stadium in El Salvador's capital, San Salvador, officials have said. Police said seven men and two women were among the dead, with all the victims over the age of 18. The crash occurred during a match between local team Alianza and Santa Ana-based team Fas at the Monumental Stadium.
"You only oppress women," the young woman says to the Taliban fighter. "I told you not to talk," he shouts back, "I will kill you right here!" "Okay, kill me!" she replies, raising her voice to match his. "You closed schools and universities! It's better to kill me!" A camera phone has secretly, and shakily, captured this direct confrontation inside a car between the woman and the militant.