Nine Peruvian miners trapped underground for nearly a week by a rockfall have been rescued.
They were met by relatives and President Ollanta Humala after emerging from the Cabeza de Negro mine in southern Peru on Wednesday morning.
The trial has begun behind closed doors of alleged Venezuelan drugs kingpin Walid Makled on charges of money-laundering, trafficking and murder.
Mr Makled, who is also wanted by the US, was arrested in Colombia in 2010 and extradited to Venezuela last year.
At least 12 people have been killed and more than 30 badly injured by a bombing in the central Somali town of Baidoa.
The governor of the Bay region, Abdifitah Mohamed Gesey, told the BBC that most of the casualties were women and children.
Ugandans who subscribe to Orange Uganda’s network can now access Wikipedia for free, according to the company publicist, Patience Tindyebwa.
“Any customer with an Orange SIM and mobile Internet enabled phone will be able to access Wikipedia, the largest online encyclopaedia in the world, through their mobile browser,” Tindyebwa said.
Fresh collapses at the Cabeza de Negro mine are responsible for the delay, said cabinet chief Oscar Valdes.
Five people in southern China have been charged with intentional injury in the case of a Chinese teenager who sold a kidney so he could buy an iPhone and an iPad, the government-run Xinhua News Agency has said.
The five included a surgeon who removed a kidney from a 17-year-old boy in April last year.
The US Coast Guard has used cannon to sink a crewless Japanese ship that drifted to Alaska after the 2011 tsunami.
The coast guard earlier said they would hold off scuttling the Ryou-Un Maru after a Canadian fishing boat claimed salvage rights.
British youths from African communities could become radicalised as al-Qaeda looks to Africa to build its strength, the Rusi think tank has suggested.
It says such a development would pose new challenges for UK and other Western intelligence services.
The Ugandan government has banned the opposition Action For Change group, which has staged many protests against corruption and the cost of living.
The group has become known for its "walk to work" demonstrations, during which its leader Kizza Besigye has faced frequent arrests.
India has formally commissioned a nuclear-powered submarine into its navy, rejoining the elite club of nations with such a weapon.
The $1bn (£630m) Russian-built vessel is being leased by the Indian navy for the next 10 years. It was handed over to India in eastern Russia in January.