Adel Kermiche was an attention-seeking child whose behavioural problems frequently led him to a psychiatric hospital and later a specialist school. He died a coldblooded killer who slit the throat of an elderly French priest in the name of Islamic State.
Two-time major champion Martin Kaymer of Germany fired a one-under par 69 on Friday to reach the clubhouse with a share of the lead in the second round of the PGA Championship.
The 2016 world military parachuting championships, held between July 19-28, concluded on Friday (July 28) outside Moscow.
Consumers are more aware of self-driving cars, but slightly less interested in riding in them, according to two surveys conducted after a fatal crash of a Tesla equipped with self-driving technology.
Nine Angolan soldiers were killed and 14 wounded in a flareup of fighting with rebels in the country's oil-producing Cabinda enclave, the separatist guerrilla group said on Friday.
The US government is expected to hit Facebook with a bill for between US$3 billion and US$5 billion in back taxes, the social network has disclosed.
The United States is trying to determine whether a Russian plan for a humanitarian operation in Syria is sincere, Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday, adding that if it proves a "ruse" it could ruin cooperation between Moscow and Washington.
European police forces have tracked down and arrested 14 people on a "most wanted" list in the six months since its launch, many thanks to public tip-offs, officials said on Friday.
Tanzania's President John Magufuli said on Friday he would crack down on troublemakers "without mercy", a day after the opposition called for anti-government demonstrations on Sept. 1.
A maternity hospital supported by Save the Children was bombed on Friday in Idlib province of northwest Syria, causing casualties and heavy damage, the Britain-based charity said.