Here’s a brief look at some of the top news stories around the world for Sept. 14, 2015.
13,000 displaced, 1 killed so far by massive California wildfire
One person has died from the 61,000-acre wildfire ravaging northern California. Another 13,000 people have been displaced, and others are missing.
[Read more from the Los Angeles Times]
Egypt apologizes after accidentally killing 8 Mexican tourists
The country of Egypt is apologizing after security forces accidentally killed 12 people – including eight Mexican tourists – in an anti-terrorism operation.
[Read more from the BBC]
Storm blows over tree, unearthing ancient human skeleton
A medieval skeleton was discovered near Collooney, Sligo, Ireland, after a storm ripped up a 215-year-old beech tree. Radiocarbon dating shows he likely died between 1030 and 1200 AD.
[Read more from the Irish Times]
Kate Mara, star of panned 'Fantastic 4,' hasn't watched 'Fantastic 4'
Actress Kate Mara, speaking to The Times, says she hasn't seen "Fantastic Four," the summer blockbuster flop in which she starred, because of the negative reviews. It's got a 27/100 on Metacritic.
[Read more at Vulture]