The US central bank has moved to increase interest rates for the third time this year.
Eighteen children and two teachers in Sarajevo have attempted to play one piano at the same time.
Accounts of slavery, torture and killings emerge from Nigerian migrants flown back from Libya.
Republican candidate Roy Moore suffered a shock defeat to Democrat Doug Jones in Alabama.
With her parents watching, this baby tries out snowboarding in Idaho for the first time.
A world authority on genocide has told Sky News what is happening to Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims is undoubtedly genocide and the international community must intervene to prevent it.
A photograph seen fleetingly on North Korea TV could show one of the country's earliest atomic weapons.
Swedish convict John Ausonius goes on trial for killing a woman in Frankfurt.
He walked off with the money after leaning on an unlocked door at Charles de Gaulle in Paris.
Adam Fleming explains we learned from the EU parliament vote on the Brexit deal.
The social media giant’s statement came in response to questions from the British Parliament, but a minister called Facebook’s answer insufficient.
The White House said Omarosa Manigault Newman was off to "pursue other opportunities".
Rescuers in Sri Lanka had a tricky task handling a protective mother when a baby elephant got stuck in a drain.
The findings of an independent study could exacerbate a long diplomatic feud over accountability for one of Africa’s worst atrocities.
The president loses two cases, and is forced to set up a corruption inquiry and pay legal fees.
The ruling against the president came days before a major political gathering to choose a new leader of the African National Congress.
Unesco put the century-old art of Neapolitan pizza making on its annual list of “the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.”
Joshua Holt, 25, travelled to Caracas to get married and has been in detention for 18 months.
Visitors to an Argentine branch of the coffee chain are targeted with crypto-currency malware.
A last-ditch effort to save the world's rarest marine mammal from extinction has been launched.
News agencies said two Reuters journalists were accused of illegally possessing government documents. The U.S. Embassy called the arrests “highly irregular.”
A Thai street dog who lost his front legs gets a new lease of life thanks to prosthetic limbs.
The ambitious head of an embattled tech company is the latest casualty of China’s efforts to rein in irresponsible borrowing through public humiliation.
Lebanon Prime Minister Saad Hariri has withdrawn his resignation, following his shock announcement to stand down a month ago.
Lectures and essays by Islamist extremists have been shared on the Microsoft-owned social network.
Two people are killed in a head-on smash that closes one of Europe's main transport routes.
Teodora Vásquez was jailed in 2008 for killing her newborn, but she says it was stillborn.
At least 30 people are reportedly killed as Saudi-led attacks hit a Houthi prison in Sanaa.
The move also nods to the country’s growing strengths in artificial intelligence, and is the latest A.I. effort set up by a Western tech company in the country.
Vanellope Hope Wilkins, who had her first operation within an hour of birth, is believed to be first newborn in Britain to survive the corrective procedure.
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