Nigerian forces have reportedly opened fire on protesters in Lagos after 12 days of demonstrations against police brutality.
Protests in Nigeria against a police unit accused of human rights abuses have spread to London, in a sign of the international solidarity that has formed around the movement.
The fiancée of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi is suing Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman over his "brutal execution".
Seven people - including two minors - are due to appear before an anti-terrorism judge as part of the investigation into the murder of French teacher Samuel Paty.
Scientists have discovered a new organ in the throat while carrying out research on prostate cancer.
An intensive care specialist in Belgium's worst-hit COVID-19 region has told Sky News he fears the moment when the hospital is full and he has to choose who will live and who will die.
A convicted murderer, who killed a journalist on board his submarine, has been surrounded by police and arrested after trying to escape from prison.
Ireland will return to the highest level of coronavirus restrictions from midnight on Wednesday - with the prime minister suggesting the country will be able to celebrate Christmas "in a meaningful way" if the new lockdown is taken seriously.
When Evelyn Wu heard she could get a COVID-19 vaccine, she jumped at the chance - even though it hasn't been scientifically proven.
France's government is considering extending its state of emergency until 16 February next year.