Britain's Sun newspaper reports "police are following all leads" after show dog dies from eating poisoned meat hours after attending Crufts.
Two American tourists caught scratching their initials into the walls of Rome's colosseum before taking a selfie could face hefty fines.
WARNING: CONTENT MAY DISTURB: Climbers discover mummified bodies under the snow atop Mexico's Pico de Orizaba.
Men suspected of murdering Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov are formally charged in a Moscow court, with one allegedly admitting involvement.
Two of three men charged with conspiring to support Islamic State appear in Brooklyn federal court.
Villagers in north Afghanistan are burying the more than 180 people killed in some of the region's worst avalanches in three decades.
Islamic State posts video of its fighters destroying priceless antiquities dating back thousands of years.
The "Jihadi John" killer featured in Islamic State beheading videos is Mohammed Emwazi, a Briton from a middle class family who grew up in London, the Washington Post newspaper says.
Eddie Ray Routh, killer of "American Sniper" Chris Kyle, is sentenced to life in prison.
The mother of Chad Littlefield, who was murdered with American Sniper Chris Kyle, speaks to media after their killer gets life in prison.
Toronto police are digging for clues as they search for the brains behind a mystery tunnel, found near the site of this year's Pan American Games.
More than a dozen marine animals became trapped in a storm water pipe in Florida after seeking warmer waters.
Another video has appeared purportedly showing Islamic State fighters showing off prisoners, said to be Kurdish peshmerga soldiers, being paraded in metal cages through a town in northern Iraq.
British PM calls on schools to help prevent people from being seduced by Islamic State, as London police search for three missing teenage girls believed to be en route to Syria.
Turkish forces sweep into Syria to rescue soldiers surrounded IS militants while guarding a tomb, prompting Syria to call the operation an act of "flagrant aggression".