MSF said their staff were in shock  after the strikes

US military conducted air strike near MSF hospital

03 Oct The US military has said it conducted an air strike near a hospital run by Medecins Sans Frontieres in the Afghan city of Kunduz where 19 staff and patients, including three children, were killed in a blast.

The identities and nationalities of the victims have not yet been provided

Two killed in attack in Jerusalem

03 Oct The Islamic Jihad group has claimed responsibility for a deadly attack in Jerusalem that has left two people dead and one in a serious condition.

Russian Defence Ministry image of an air strike on a target in Syria

Russia carries out more than 60 Syrian flights

03 Oct Russia's Air Force has carried out more than 60 flights in Syria in the past 72 hours, significantly reducing the military potential of terrorists there, a senior official in the Russian army told Russian news agencies on Saturday.

Rescue workers search for survivors of the landslide

At least 59 dead following landslide in Guatemala

03 Oct Rescue workers in Guatemala are continuing to search for survivors of a massive landslide that has claimed the lives of at least 59 people, with hopes fading for hundreds of others who are still missing.

The US National Hurricane Center downgraded Joaquin to a Category 3 hurricane

Cargo ship missing as hurricane hits Bahamas

03 Oct Hurricane Joaquin has pulled away from the Bahamas, leaving the fate of a missing cargo ship with 33 crew still unknown, as vast swathes of the US coast braced for more heavy rains and flooding from a separate weather system.

It is understood around 200 people entered the complex but were arrested by police

Migrants disrupt Channel Tunnel services

03 Oct Around 200 migrants tried to get into the Channel Tunnel from the French side overnight, clashing with staff and police and forcing a temporary suspension of rail services.

Gerry Adams said he was ready to continue supporting Cuba's communist revolution with concrete actions

Adams seeks closer Irish ties with Cuba

02 Oct Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams has told Cuban leaders that he would like to see closer ties between the Caribbean nation and Ireland, state media in Havana has said.

Swiss authorities have opened a criminal investigation into Sepp Blatter

Card firm Visa joins calls for Blatter to resign

02 Oct US credit card giant Visa has become the third top FIFA sponsor to demand Sepp Blatter's immediate resignation today, following calls for the football chief to quit by Coca-Cola and McDonald's.