When Donald Trump launched missiles against Syria in 2017, he did so within 72 hours of the offending chemical weapons strike.
Diver Tom Daley has made a plea for Commonwealth countries to decriminalise homosexuality after winning a gold medal in the 10m synchronised dive.
The suspect was caught by facial recognition technology at a pop concert, which he regrets attending.
The UN says 13 million people need humanitarian aid, but Congolese leaders say this is exaggerated.
The main US acting union calls for rules "to help protect members from potential harassment".
Even longtime allies expressed skepticism after the American president’s comments, saying compromise would have to come from the United States.
A boy has been found dead after becoming trapped by a car seat in a school car park.
South Korea's height limit on foreign players has led some to resort to unusual methods to make the cut.
Russia's media regulator moves to block the app after it refused to hand over encryption keys.
When Syria’s civil war began in 2011, the U.N. and others tallied the numbers killed in the conflict. Seven years on, an increasingly complex war means the count has stopped.
The sister of Korean Air's infamous "nut rage" heiress has been accused of having her own tantrum during a business meeting.
Hundreds of thousands of people have attended a midnight vigil in India protesting over two rape cases - including that of a child who was kidnapped, tortured and killed.
The police are investigating reports that Cho Hyun-min, another daughter of Korean Air’s chairman, threw water in an advertising executive’s face.
Fifty doors from New York's Chelsea Hotel, home to writers and musicians, are sold at auction.
Rout of rebel enclave near capital puts Syrian leader in most secure position since start of war.
An artist is under investigation for an exhibit intended to highlight China’s lack of privacy protections and a public sense of futility.
Bao, the cosy tale of a dumpling come to life, was conceived as a Chinese Gingerbread Man story.
Telecommunications company Optus apologises after being accused of racism on social media.
The use of chemical weapons may be the overwhelming image of the Syrian war - but it shouldn't be.
The community for users of Neihan Duanzi, a joke-sharing app, extended beyond the bounds of cyberspace. That may have angered China’s censors.
The rape and murder of the girl has become a religious flashpoint in Indian-administered Kashmir.
Moscow says the "dangerous" situation could escalate if Western powers opt for a military response.
The FBI recovered the 1911 oil painting, stolen from a New York couple in 1988, last year in Maryland.
Indian athletes Rakesh Babu and Irfan Kolothum Thodi have been sent home from the Commonwealth Games for violating the 'no-needles' policy.
The president said his advisers would look into rejoining a trade deal he withdrew from last year, as the White House tries to help farmers who will be hurt by its trade measures.
Australian authorities end a search for a passenger after the accident on a P&O vessel.
Local authorities warned women to dress appropriately to avoid sexual harassment at the New Year festival.
Gen. Khalifa Hifter already controls most of eastern Libya. As he aims to expand his power, he is trying to woo the Trump administration.
A Syrian family from Ghouta recounts the horrors of the 2013 chemical attack there.
China and the US have been imposing trade tariffs, but how far will this go?
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