There are reports of many casualties as Florida police respond to a shooting at a high school in Parkland, north of Miami. The sheriff says the suspect is a former student.
Jawad Bendaoud denied knowing the identity of the men to whom he rented a small flat in Saint-Denis.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital.
America's Federal Reserve may be prompted to act more drastically should inflation take off, and higher interest rates mean slower economic growth.
Twenty-four international light artists display breath-taking installations for 11 days in Sharjah UAE.
Love has returned to the streets of Mosul for the first time in three years after Iraqi forces drove out ISIL extremists in 2017.
President Trump's move to end a program that protects immigrants brought to the US as children is blocked.
Hours earlier the luxury home of the Gupta family, who are close friends of Zuma, was raided by police in an anti-corruption probe.
Spectators at Olympic park ordered indoors for their own safety.
Penguin Valentine takes the biscuit
Passenger ordeal on US flight
The US notched up its 100 Winter Olympic gold with Shaun White's win in the snowboard halfpipe.
The FBI says guards opened fire at a car outside the NSA but the incident was contained and had nothing to do with terrorism.
UK PLC gets poor marks and Brexit is partially to blame says bank.
Discover some of the highlights from the stunning Sharjah Light Festival, as seen from social media.
Many are feared dead in a US strike on a government base in Deir el-Zor province.