The US has grounded hundreds of Saudi military aviation students at bases across the country in the wake of Friday's deadly shooting in Florida. All flying will be paused, though classroom studies will continue. read more
A paramedic in Pakistan has been arrested after allegedly stealing a baby to give to her childless aunt. The little girl was taken shortly after birth from a hospital in Balochistan, in the south-west of the country. read more
Ukraine and Russia have agreed to implement a "full and comprehensive" ceasefire in eastern Ukraine by the end of 2019, after top-level talks. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine's Volodymyr Zelensky met face to face in Paris on Monday.
North Korea says it has carried out a "very important test" at a satellite-launching site. ... It comes after Pyongyang appeared to shut the door on further US talks. "We do not need to have lengthy talks with the US now, and denuclearisation is already gone out of the negotiating table," the North Korean envoy to the UN, Kim Song, said in a statement on Saturday. read more
Elon Musk did not defame a British diver who helped in last year's Thai cave rescue by calling him a "pedo guy" in a tweet, a US jury has found. Vernon Unsworth sought $190 million in damages from the Tesla founder, arguing that the tweet damaged his reputation. ... Unsworth's lawyer Lin Wood said their side would leave the court "with our heads held high" but that the decision was "not a good verdict for society". "This verdict sends a signal, and one signal only - that you can make any accusation you want to, as vile as it may be and as untrue as it may be, and somebody can get away with it," he said.