9:45 pm: Russia vows to respond to new EU sanctions if imposed, the Russian foreign ministry said
8:00 pm: Chinese Foreign Minister said China never officially released any information about President Xi's visit to Pakistan
7: 30 pm: China's Xi postpones Pakistan visit due to protests
6:15 pm: The Chief Election Commissioner of Iceland claims he too was involved in the rigging of the 2013 election in Pakistan.
4.55 pm: A 4.3-magnitude mild quake jolted the Chinese capital Beijing, Zhuolu County and north China's Hebei Province.
4.30 pm: Egypt charges ousted President Mohammed Morsi with the handing over of secret files to Qatar.
3.45 pm: Somali authorities warn of possible retaliation after U.S. airstrike killed leader of militant group Al-Shabaab.
2.05 pm: Russia warns it 'will react' if more sanctions placed on it by European Union.
12.35 pm: Malaysia sending investigators to MH17 crash site in Ukraine to retrieve body parts still scattered across fields.
11.44 am: Serena Williams to meet Wozniacki in US Open final
11.40 am: North Korea fires three projectiles
9.50 am: Ebola: Sierra Leone declares four-day countrywide lockdown
9.00 am: Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe leaves for Bangladesh and Sri Lanka to boost his country's trade and investment in the counties.
8.38 am: NATO membership open to nations meeting standards: Obama
8.37 am: Syrian troops recapture town near Damascus
8.36 am: UN chief, EU hails ceasefire agreement in eastern Ukraine
8.35 am: Canada to deploy armed forces to Iraq