Names linked with atrocities Germany committed during its occupation in Namibia will be replaced.
A man denies firing at Samira Sindhu because she would not stand to sing at an event in Pakistan.
Plastic bags and rubbish sacks were among 29kg of waste found in the digestive system of a dead sperm whale washed up on a beach in Spain.
The Parkland teacher left the weapon in a cubicle where a homeless man found it and fired it.
India, the world’s top importer of weapons, wants to develop its local industry. U.S. companies are offering technology and new factories to win deals.
Eastern Europeans complained that some Western brands in their shops were of inferior quality.
Cheers, condemnation and hopes for the future in the conservative nation as women race in Jeddah.
The state attorney general calls for Eric Greitens to resign after a bipartisan report.
Given the risk of superpower brinkmanship, what strategic difference can taking action make?
The French president says he will decide "in due course" whether to sign off missile strikes.
The government’s action would allow oil and gas exploration to continue in areas where permits have already been issued.
National team to come to England for a double-header against Switzerland.
Gunmen on motorbikes surrounded his convoy in an area where Islamist militants are known to operate.
Independent chemical weapons scientists have confirmed that "high purity" novichok was used in the attempted murder of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.
Hassan al-Kontar says he has spent over a month stuck in the transit section of a Malaysian airport.
Colombia's president says a bomb attack which killed eight police officers will not go unpunished.
Typographical error on state-run website means users can click through to anti-regime messages.
Strong winds knocked down two 12ft columns located at entry gates to the iconic monument.
City promises a fitting memorial to first spaceman after previous effort is roundly mocked.
Eight officers are fired for blaming the disappearance of half a ton of marijuana on rodents.
Each country is responsible for maintaining its sites, but leaving the organization means not being on the committee that selects places for the list.
Urban coyote sightings have prompted the Canadian city of Montreal to launch a hotline.
Jeremy Fleming, the director of GCHQ, said that the Salisbury nerve agent attack "demonstrates how reckless Russia is prepared to be".
A Syrian man who's been living in a Malaysian airport for more than a month told Sky News he fears he could be stranded there for years.
The statement by the Russian woman who was poisoned with a nerve agent last month, along with her father, drew derision from Russian officials.
The Los Angeles Sheriff's Department has been investigating a complaint in Hollywood in 1992.
Russian military police have started patrolling the site of a suspected chemical attack in Syria as government forces took full control, according to Russia's defence ministry.
Officials said the attack in Ghazni Province left buildings ablaze and killed at least seven, including a district governor.
NASA has released out-of-this-world footage of polar storms over Jupiter's north pole.
New Zealand is stopping all new offshore oil and gas exploration to fight climate change.
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