Gunmen storm a crowded restaurant popular with foreigners in the Bangladeshi capital, taking diners hostage and sparking a firefight with police in which at least one officer was killed, officials say.
US Attorney-General Loretta Lynch says she will accept the recommendations of prosecutors and the FBI director on whether to charge Hillary Clinton for mishandling emails, after accusations she is too close to the Clinton family.
Chelsea Manning, the US military's best-known openly transgender person, says the Pentagon's new trans inclusion policy puts too much power in administrators' hands.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte urges communist rebels to "use your kangaroo courts" to start killing drug traffickers in a speech which he also told a crowd that if they knew any addicts they should "go ahead and kill them yourself".
After 55 days of an election campaign filled with promises, slogans, insults, photo opportunities and unplanned gaffes, millions of Australian voters will finally have their say today.
Michael Gove, who sensationally turned on his long-time ally Boris Johnson to upend the race to be Britain's next prime minister, says his record as a leader of the pro-Brexit campaign makes him the best candidate.