Russia has denied Israeli suggestions that it is behind disruption of GPS signals at Israel’s Ben Gurion airport.
Since early June, GPS signals at the airport have been unreliable for pilots and planes using the location.
The missing navigational data has had a “significant impact” on airport operations, said Israel’s Airports Authority. Russia’s ambassador to Israel said the accusation was “fake news” and could not be “taken seriously”.
The disrupted GPS signals had not caused any accidents or safety incidents, said the Airports Authority. It added that pilots could use the alternative Instrument Landing System when approaching and landing at the airport.
An inquiry has begun after French police broke up a group of revellers celebrating an annual music festival and a man aged 24 disappeared.
Fourteen people were rescued from the River Loire after falling in during the police crackdown, witnesses say.
Steve Maia Caniço was last seen in the early hours of Saturday and friends say he went missing when police intervened.
Witnesses say police fired tear gas and rubber bullets as they tried to bring an end to a night of techno music.
A US military surveillance drone has been shot down by Iranian forces while flying over the Strait of Hormuz.
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) said the aircraft had violated Iranian airspace, and that the incident sent a “clear message to America”.
But the US military insisted the drone had been over international waters at the time, and condemned what it called an “unprovoked attack” by the IRGC.
President Donald Trump tweeted: “Iran made a very big mistake!”
A 15-year-old boy is being treated for life-threatening injuries after being stabbed more than 20 times.
The teenager was attacked in Preston Gardens, Luton, at about 02:10 BST.
Det Insp Jerry Waite described the violence as “horrific” and appealed for witnesses.
“The victim received more than 20 stab wounds in this shocking incident and is now fighting for his life,” Det Insp Waite said.
“It’s absolutely vital that anyone who has any information about this incident, no matter how minor it may seem, gets in touch with us.”
Egypt’s former president Mohammed Morsi, who was ousted by the army in 2013, has died after fainting in a courtroom, state TV says.
Morsi, a former top figure in the now-banned Islamist movement Muslim Brotherhood, was at a session over accusations of espionage. He was 67.
He was overthrown following mass protests a year after he took office as the country’s first democratically elected leader.
He had remained in custody since then. “The body has been transferred to a hospital and necessary procedures are under way,” Nile News TV said.