Police in Paris are hunting a gunman who opened fire outside a hospital, killing one person and seriously injuring another.
They have gathered in their millions in the temple town of Haridwar, in Uttarakhand.
Twenty-five Chinese military aircraft have entered Taiwanese airspace in the largest reported incursion to date, according to officials.
Iran has blamed Israel for a sabotage attack on one of its underground nuclear facilities.
China's top disease control official has admitted that the efficacy of the country's coronavirus vaccines is low - and mixing them is among the strategies being considered to boost their effectiveness.
Jail staff are threatening to force-feed Putin critic Alexei Navalny, who has lost 15kg (33lbs) in weight since he was taken to the prison last month, according to his allies.
A first-century Roman statue has been recovered by two off-duty Italian police officers almost a decade after it was stolen.
A cyclone cut power to tens of thousands of people overnight and destroyed several homes on Australia's west coast.
The first ever flight on another planet has been delayed until at least 14 April, NASA has said, following the discovery of a technical issue with the Ingenuity mini-helicopter stationed on Mars.
Paul Davidson, the chief executive of the panel-discussion app Clubhouse, has denied that the company was hacked following reports that user data was circulating online.