A suicide bomber hit a large demonstration by members of Afghanistan's Hazara minority in Kabul on Saturday, killing at least 10 people and wounding dozens more, officials said.
Speaking to the media, the leader of the red shirt activists Jamal Yunos said he is ready to mobilise about 300,000 red shirt activists to flood the streets of the Malaysian capital if Bersih were to organise another rally.
The Wellington Hurricanes ran in six tries to blow away South Africa's Sharks 41-0 on Saturday and reach the Super Rugby semi-finals for the second straight year.
Facing corruption probes that threaten to land her behind bars, former Argentine President Cristina Fernandez described her growing legal troubles as part of a "persecution" of progressive Latin American leaders that has boosted the right in the region.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will urge Southeast Asian nations in meetings in Laos next week to find diplomatic ways to launch talks with China on easing tension over the South China Sea following an international court ruling that denies China's claims in the sea.
Days before Britain's referendum on whether to leave the European Union, former Prime Minister David Cameron made an appeal to German Chancellor Angela Merkel for limits on the free movement of people, the BBC reported on Saturday.
Manchester United defender Guillermo Varela has joined German side Eintracht Frankfurt on a season-long loan, the Premier League club said on Saturday.
The DBS Best Picture award went to a film titled Han, about a man who travels to Korea to seek out the parents of a girl whom his son killed in a hit-and-run accident.
Sunderland appointed David Moyes as their new manager on Saturday, replacing Sam Allardyce who has taken charge of the England team.
South Sudan Vice President Riek Machar has fired a minister who he said had defected to his long-time rival President Salva Kiir's party.