Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for Aug. 19, 2015.
Former 'Subway guy' will plead guilty to child porn and paying for sex with minors
Jared Fogle, who became the face of Subway for purportedly having lost hundreds of pounds eating the chain's sandwiches, has agreed to plead guilty to charges involving child pornography and paying for sex with underage girls. He is facing nearly 13 years in prison.
[Read more from CNN]
Despite worries over Iran deal, Obama administration has confidence in nuclear inspection agency
The Obama administration says it has "confidence" in the abilities of the International Atomic Energy Agency to assess whether Iran is fulfilling the terms of the recent deal to limit its nuclear program. This is despite earlier reports that the agency would allow Iran to use some of its own experts to inspect nuclear sites.
[Read more from NDTV]
Manhunt for suspected Bangkok bomber continues with sketch
Thailand authorities have released a police sketch of the man believed to have planted an explosive device at a popular Bangkok shrine shortly before it was destroyed by a deadly blast this week. Previously, the suspect was only visible in "grainy" surveillance footage.
[Read more from the New Zealand Herald]
Hackers release information on millions of 'cheating' website users
Millions of customer names and email addresses associated with the Ashley Madison website that encourages users to "have an affair," have been released following a cyberattack. Reports say that a number of U.S. and United Kingdom government officials are among the users.
[Read more from Reuters]