Thai police issue arrest warrants for pair after a weekend raid uncovers a cache of what police say can only be bomb-making material.
Thousands of young women and girls danced before Swaziland's king, despite calls to cancel the dance after dozens died in a car crash.
OPINION: The father of journalist Alison Parker, who was gunned down on live TV, writes that he'll do "whatever it takes" to prevent future tragedies.
Scientists in Scotland discover a way to make ice cream last longer in the heat.
Islamic extremists slaughter a remote Nigerian village, as the terrorist group expands its campaign.
After three years without a parliament, Egypt will hold an election in October.
Barack Obama aims to boost Native American relations by renaming Alaska's Mt McKinley.
Video showing Israeli soldier clashing with Palestinian child and women viewed more than 2m times on Facebook.
"Are you sure it wouldn't help to get some fresh air?" she asked. "You know there's nothing for me out there," he replied.
China has won the first round of its contest for control in the South China Sea.
Intelligence agencies said to be trawling data from hacked website for possible blackmail material.
Chrissie Hynde causes outrage after suggesting women are to blame if they are raped.
Spaniard becomes 12th goring victim this year at Spanish festivals after being killed by a bull.
Three Syrian refugee children rescued from a minivan in Austria have disappeared from hospital.
Russian President aims to boost his popularity by releasing pics of workout with PM Dmitry Medvedev.
Nasa Mars isolation test sees six people spending 12 months inside a Hawaii dome together.
Aussie HQ was aware of employee exploitation for at least a year, investigation shows.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel urges EU counterparts to share burden of exploding refugee crisis.
Two sisters in India to be raped as "punishment" for their brother running away with married woman.
Famed neurologist and author of Awakenings dies after fight with rare cancer.
China faces a "formidable task" to clean up its rivers and lakes and needs a fundamental change in attitudes to prioritise the environment over economic development.
Thousands gathered for a second day to demand the resignation of Prime Minister Najib Razak, their spirits lifted by unexpected support from Malaysia's longest-serving leader.
Thousands gathered in Tokyo to oppose Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's push to expand the powers of Japan's military amid a territorial dispute with China.
Neo-fascists from a Turkish terrorist group called Grey Wolves have emerged as key suspects in the Bangkok bombing.
An eight-year-old girl lost a hand and is in hospital in an unknown condition after she was attacked by a dog in Australia.
A UN body called on the Netherlands to revamp its "Black Pete" Christmas tradition, as it's a "vestige of slavery".
A fire at an oil workers residential compound in Saudi Arabia claims one casualty and injured 30 more.
Beijing is shooing cars from streets and shutting factories for the Communist Party's biggest event of the year.
Police widened their net in the search for more suspects after a foreigner was arrested for the Bangkok bombing.
Gusty winds swirled the fine desert dust into sandstorms during final preparations for Burning Man.