South African authorities have been ordered to investigate 2007 Zim torture allegations that were initially blocked by government.
A Malian arrested after a French police officer was shot at in Bamako "hates white people", sources close to the investigation told AFP on Saturday.
Microsoft says that more than a million Xbox One consoles were snapped up within 24 hours in 13 countries after hitting shelves for the first time.
It took a comfortable 4-1 win over Tunisia for Cameroon to book their place in the World Cup for an African record seventh time.
The Nobel Prize-winning British author Doris Lessing has died at the age of 94.
Al Ahly forward Ahmed Abdel Zaher was suspended from playing in the Fifa Club World Cup for celebrating a goal with a four-fingered Islamist salute.
Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness says he sees no reason to resign from his position despite his looming trial next March for alleged tax evasion.
The 21-year-old will officially be crowned champion for the second time in three years at the eighth and final stop in Beijing.
The discovery in a rubbish-strewn German flat of nearly 1 500 paintings looted by Nazis has sparked urgent calls to hunt for their rightful owners.
Retail giant Tesco is to scan shoppers' faces in order to offer tailored advertising, a move that has enraged privacy guard dogs.