|Anti-Islam activists stage protest atop Berlin monument|
|BERLIN (AP) â€” Anti-Islam activists have staged an hour-long demonstration atop Berlin's Brandenburg Gate.|
|Three top Kenyan Olympic officials arrested over Rio 'scandal'|
Three top Kenyan Olympics officials have been arrested as investigators probe allegations of mismanagement and corruption at the Rio Games, police sources said. Francis Paul, secretary-general of the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (NOCK), was arrested on Friday, one of the police sources said on condition of anonymity.
|When death comes to stay: one Italian village's story|
Nowhere was hit harder by the earthquake that brought death and devastation to a remote corner of central Italy this week than Saletta. Fewer than 20 people are permanent residents of the picturesque hamlet. On Wednesday, with the population temporarily swollen at the height of Italy's summer holiday season, 22 people died.
|South Sudan's troubled agreement is not keeping the peace|
|JUBA, South Sudan (AP) â€” When South Sudan's president signed a peace deal a year ago to try to end the country's civil war, he added 16 reservations to the agreement.|
|Dagg double as All Blacks whip feisty Wallabies|
A rampant New Zealand inflicted further pain on a fired-up Australia with a 29-9 victory to claim the Bledisloe Cup in Wellington on Saturday. The Wallabies stayed in touch in the first half, with the All Blacks only 15-9, but were kept scoreless in the second half as the All Blacks added a further 14 points in the second-round Rugby Championship clash. After thrashing the Wallabies 42-8 in Sydney a week ago, this victory enabled the All Blacks to lock the Bledisloe Cup away for another year, making the third Test in October a dead rubber.