A British banker accused of murdering two Indonesian women who were found dead in his luxury Hong Kong apartment two years ago has pleaded "not guilty" in court. The grisly killings shocked the former British colony.
Chile's right-leaning opposition has inched ahead in Sunday's local elections, considered a bellwether for next year's presidential poll. The results follow a trend in Latin America of voters moving away from the left.
Clashes have broken out between migrants and police at a refugee camp in the northern French port of Calais. Officials plan to begin dismantling the sprawling settlement, known as "the jungle," on Monday morning.
Sheikh Khalifa bin Hamad Al-Thani, the former ruler of the Gulf nation of Qatar, has died. He oversaw the modernization of the energy-rich country until being deposed in a bloodless palace coup in 1995.
The centrist Peasant and Green's Union, which had one seat in parliament, has picked up enough seats to become Lithuania's largest party. Voters were frustrated with the economy and an exodus of people abroad.