11.20 pm: Ukraine signs cease-fire with pro-Russian rebels
7.26 pm: 70 die as heavy rain continues in Pakistan, military called in
7.25 pm: NATO agrees on plan to strengthen collective defence
7.00 pm: US, Iran hold second day of nuclear talks in Geneva
6.05 pm: Two Somalis have been picked up by police at the Munich central railway station as they have typical Ebola symptoms, media reported Friday. IANS
5.55 pm: We welcome China's rise, Australian PM Tony Abott tells Indian news channel.
5.50 pm: Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, has not been denied a South African visa yet and the matter is still under consideration, the country's envoy said Friday: IANS
5.41 pm: U.S. doctor infected with Ebola arrives home in Nebraska for treatment, medical center says.
5.30 pm: Ukraine president says "absolutely not confident" over lasting ceasefire; will do "everything possible".
5:10 pm: NASA releases rare weather data for public.
4:35 pm: China downplays cancellation of Xi's Pakistan visit.
4:00 pm: Bosnia mine collapses, trapping dozens of workers underground.
3:25 pm: New law orders Berkeley pot shops to give free weed to the poor.
3:01 pm: Two Chinese cooks serve 30,000 college students.
2:35 pm: Japan wooing India to contain China: Chinese daily.
2:00 pm: Temple demolition: Pakistani Hindus seek redress.
1:48 pm: Australia women make clean sweep of series against Pakistan.
1:25 pm: Bangladesh scrambles to confront al-Qaeda threat.
1:00 pm: Indian girls most likely face violence from mothers: Unicef.
12:18 pm: 77 pc of teenage Indian girls endure sexual violence, says United Nations.
11:55 am: Basketball World Cup enters knockout phase.
11:35 am: Neymar named Brazil captain.
11:14 am: Russia might face new economic sanctions over Ukraine, says British PM.
11:00 am: Moscow accuses NATO of 'exploiting' Ukraine crisis.
10:45 am: Joan Rivers' final rites to take place in New York temple.
10:25 am: NATO leaders, along with US and EU officials, expected to announce fresh sanctions on Russia.
10:12 am: Al-Qaeda's new India branch not a threat, says US.
10:00 am: 33 killed, 147 injured in Afghanistan militant attack.
9:45 am: 15 killed in Baghdad bomb attacks.
9:30 am: NATO 'must stand united against Russia's aggression in Ukraine, says Obama.