What Homer's tale of the fall of Troy can teach us about our own 21st Century interconnected world.
Robert Kelly's famous interview has propelled him to global stardom and he's "photographed everywhere".
The parade will mark the 70th anniversary of the foundation of the Korean People's Army.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
A West Bengali woman says her kidney was taken after a long-running dispute over a dowry.
Around 70 cars were involved in a multi-car crash that has left one person dead and dozens injured.
The French president offered more investment on his first visit to the Mediterranean island.
The New York Times traveled with two U.S. generals to a northern Syria city where armed conflict between the Americans and Turks is now a possibility.
The White House staff secretary denies emotionally, physically and mentally abusing his ex-wives.
Nineteen children are among the dead after a round of airstrikes by the Syrian government on a rebel enclave near Damascus.
There were 10% more US suicides than expected in the five months after the actor's death.
New regulations, which corporate interests delayed for almost a decade, require explicit labeling and limit the marketing of sugary foods to children.
People have been making the most of the icy reception at the French capital's usual tourist hotspots.
New research adds to a growing body of evidence showing how the British Isles received waves of immigrants over tens of thousands of years.
The budget bill will "break the long cycle of spending crises" says Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer.
At least 23 civilians are reportedly killed in new government air strikes on the Eastern Ghouta.
There had been fears North Korea would disrupt these Olympics.
I made a dumb joke a few days ago that seems to have gone a little viral," the Canadian PM says.
Points were rewarded to members who slept with the most women, with bonuses for heavier partners.
Thirty-six people are charged for their alleged involvement in running a giant cyber-crime site.
Commissioner Avramopoulos hits out over allegations of pharmaceutical price-fixing.
President Donald Trump has said he wants the Pentagon to organise a military parade. Here's how other countries do it.
The couple’s arrest is a rare instance of Brazilians facing criminal charges in the United States stemming from a custody battle.
They donated 3,300 hours so a German father could be with his four-year-old son who has cancer.
The glasses are equipped with facial recognition technology and connect to a database of suspects.
Post-Brexit citizenship will be discussed at the European court following a landmark ruling.
A Kenyan newspaper has apologised after publishing a fake death notice for a prominent political donor.
The alleged kidnapper of British glamour model Chloe Ayling "brutally transported her in luggage", a court in Milan has heard.
A California judge rules that a Christian bakery owner can refuse wedding cakes to gay couples.
After the Canadian prime minister told a woman not to say “mankind” at a town-hall-style meeting, people had many, many, many opinions.
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