Minutes after shooting dead his model girlfriend, Oscar Pistorius allegedly told a security guard: "everything is fine".
"Very distraught" Oscar Pistorius pleaded with God over the body of his dying girlfriend, a witness tells the court.
Bookie told to axe ad featuring a picture of Oscar Pistorius and the slogan: "It's Oscar time. Money back if he walks."
Oscar Pistorius accidentally fired a pistol under the table in a packed restaurant a month before he killed his girlfriend, court hears.
Oscar Pistorius's neighbour says she hasn't recovered from hearing victim's blood-curdling screams.
An Egyptian court has jailed two policemen for 10 years for the 2010 brutal beating death of a young activist.
First witness at Oscar Pistorius' murder trial tells of cries for help and gun shots.
Athlete Oscar Pistorius pleads not guilty to the murder of his girlfriend as trial gets under way in Pretoria.
Reeva Steenkamp's mother says she told Oscar Pistorius she'd "wipe him out" if he hurt her daughter.
Gunmen killed a police officer in Egypt as supporters of the country's ousted president held demonstrations.
It is being touted as the "trial of the century" – more dramatic than a Hollywood blockbuster.
World Bank postpones loan to Uganda citing newly passed laws toughening punishment for gays.
At least 10 dead and 15 wounded after suicide bomber swerves car into shop where soldiers gathered on break.
A Ugandan newspaper published a list called "200 top" gays, a day after a severe anti-gay law was signed.
Suspected Islamic militants kill 29 students in pre-dawn attack on Nigerian school, setting ablaze locked dorm.
Parts of Oscar Pistorius’ murder trial can be broadcast live on TV but athlete's testimony can’t be shown.
Egypt's government resigns, clearing army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to run for presidency.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni will on Monday sign a controversial anti-homosexuality bill.
President Yoweri Museveni puts a bill imposing strict penalties for homosexuality on hold.
Much of al Qaeda's financing comes from kidnapping, giving cause to stop paying, UN experts say.