Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg will take part in a nomination debate for the first time on Wednesday, his campaign confirmed.
Ukraine says its troops on the eastern front line have come under heavy shelling during a rebel attack, with one soldier killed and four wounded.
A Danish court is due to deliver its verdict in the case of a woman accused of stealing 117 million Danish kroner (£13m; $17m) of government funding.
Jordan has condemned a decision by Israel to advance a plan to build a railway line and station underneath the heart of Jerusalem's Old City.
Municipal elections in the Dominican Republic were suspended four hours after voting began due to a problem with the electronic voting system.
General Motors has said it will retire the iconic Australian car brand Holden as it leaves more markets.
The American car giant said it will wind down Holden sales, design and engineering operations in
Armed robbers in Hong Kong made off with hundreds of toilet rolls worth more than HKD1,000 ($130; £98). Toilet rolls are currently in short supply in Hong Kong
A warplane belonging to the Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen has crashed in the northern province of al-Jawf. A coalition spokesman confirmed that a Saudi Tornado fighter jet had "fallen"
Towns near the River Severn are now the government's "greatest concern" as it tackles flooding caused by Storm Dennis, which lashed the UK with torrential rain and strong winds.
Members of a far-right group arrested in Germany were planning attacks on mosques, politicians and asylums seekers, local media report.
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