One of Spain's most famous matadors was in stable condition in intensive care Sunday, a day after being severely gored during a bullfight in Mexico, Spain's official news agency reported.
Video from the bullfight at central Mexico's Plaza de Aguascalientes shows Jose Tomas being carried out of the ring, his left thigh soaked in blood after the bull he was fighting upended him and tossed him several feet.
A clash between government forces and Islamist rebels left at least 10 people dead and 40 wounded in Somalia's capital Sunday, ambulance crews reported.
Heavy shelling in Mogadishu followed an attempt by government troops to ambush fighters from the al-Shabaab movement, which is trying to topple Somalia's shaky national government, witnesses reported.
Al-Shabaab has ties to al Qaeda and is considered a terrorist organization by the United States. Its war against Somalia's U.N.-backed transitional government has escalated a long-running humanitarian crisis in the Horn of Africa nation, which has not had an effective central government since 1991.
Efforts were under way Sunday to contain and stop oil leaking from a well site following an oil rig explosion in the Gulf of Mexico, the U.S. Coast Guard said.