The Prince of Wales has pooh-poohed the rumour he takes his own personal toilet seat with him on overseas trips, telling interviewers in Australia: "Don't believe all that crap".
Beijing has a strong grip on banks, the news media and politics, and it seems willing to take advantage of vulnerabilities in the American political system.
Western Australia promotes the photos for tourism, but an Instagram warning has prompted discussion.
A Danish inventor accused of murdering a journalist on his submarine dreamed of being kidnapped and abused, a court has heard.
The individuals receive sentences from seven to 15 years for "attempting to overthrow" the government.
The 1,000 or so truckloads of waste produced daily in Moscow had to go somewhere. After other dumps were overwhelmed, one 75 miles away is dealing with the waste.
Louise Pietrewicz's skeleton was unearthed in the home of her policeman boyfriend, who died in 1982.
Actor Salman Khan, who has been jailed for poaching, is controversy's favourite child.
The world added more solar power than any other energy source in 2017. But it's still a tiny fraction of total electricity.
A researcher shot teaching staff in Eskisehir in the north-west of the country, Turkish media says.
The ex-Catalonia police chief failed to try to stop last year's independence referendum, a judge says.
Stock markets are recovering some value as hopes grow that the two largest economies in the world will avert a damaging trade war.
The daughter of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal makes her first statement since being poisoned.
The move aligns with a longstanding effort to limit the influence of Christianity in the country.
Footage spread quickly on social media of what appeared to be a public royal spat on Easter Sunday.
A judge has decided a French man will not be tried for the killing of two British backpackers in an Australian hostel because of mental illness.
Yulia Skripal has said her "strength is growing daily" in her first statement since she and her father were poisoned in Salisbury last month.
The government promises a strong response amid allegations of sexual harassment at an elite academy.
African Adventures says a group of its clients were stopped by armed men but were allowed to leave.
The actor was sentenced to five years in prison in a case that has extended over nearly two decades. His lawyers said they would appeal, and apply for bail.
The MC says he's "honoured" and will "continue to put time and love into Nigeria".
Google employees have sent an open letter protesting at a Pentagon artificial intelligence project.
After your favorite team lost an important match, would you still be able to be in good spirits? Allez Casa football fans keep smiling, dancing and singing even in defeat.
Experts express concern about the South Korean institution's plans to develop AI for weapons.
Viewers note state broadcaster blurred wolf's teats on AS Roma logo
It is "reasonable to expect" that potentially every Facebook user has had their information scraped, Mark Zuckerberg has warned.
The ejection of women trying to help a politician who had collapsed was seen as a metaphor for how poorly women are regarded in Japan.
The fashion designer popped the question to Charly DeFrancesco after organising a flashmob dance.
Kim Kardashian West has shared what is reportedly the first photo of her family of five, including her new daughter Chicago.
The 71-year-old Hall of Fame performer is hit while crossing a road in his Pennsylvania home town.
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