The first cinema since the 1970s will open in Riyadh on 18 April - reportedly showing Black Panther.
The UK faces a greater threat form a North Korean cyberattack than a nuclear missile, according to a Defence Committee report.
A former HSBC employee convicted of leaking account data that led to a tax evasion scandal has been arrested in Madrid.
The potential $6 billion purchase of Russia’s S-400 missile defense system comes as the United States is trying to cultivate military ties with India.
Country's soccer league will go ahead whether or not winter is finished.
The United States military is spending about $1 million to secure several makeshift detention camps for Islamic State prisoners, broadening its involvement in operations it had sought to avoid.
They went to help a man who had collapsed - but were ordered to leave as women as seen as "impure".
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan has been jailed for five years after being convicted of killing an endangered species of antelope in a wildlife preserve two decades ago.
To celebrate Earth Day on 22 April, Pokemon Go will be challenging its players to pick up litter.
Rugby Australia says it does not agree with Israel Folau after he ignited a homophobia row.
Former military ruler Julius Maada Bio is the winner of the run-off presidential election.
Salman Khan faces jail over the killing of two endangered blackbuck antelope, but can appeal.
Dozens of calls have been made to police in Ohio after residents reported an invasion of "zombie" raccoons.
The Philippines will shut its most famous holiday island for six months after the President called it a "cesspool".
The move follows concerns that sewage was being dumped in waters surrounding the tourist hub.
The director of The New York Times Gender Initiative shares her impressions and questions after a busy visit to Sydney and Melbourne.
Brazil's ex-President Lula could be jailed within days, after Supreme Court judges ruled by 6-5.
Hurdler Sally Pearson, Australia's face of the Commonwealth Games, withdraws before competing because of injury.
North Korea is "almost certain" to have ballistic missiles within six to 18 months that can reach the UK, MPs have warned.
The social media giant now believes up to 87 million people's data was improperly shared.
If the tariffs stand, along with China’s retaliatory moves, they could damage industries that have relied on a global supply chain for their recovery.
The new president, Julius Maada Bio, won a runoff after a campaign in which he promised to provide free education and rejuvenate the country’s economy.
Russia has called for an urgent UN meeting later over the Salisbury nerve agent attack after failing in its bid to be involved in the UK's investigation.
Nasim Aghdam's attack at YouTube HQ was a rare occurrence: only 4% of mass shooters in the US are female.
The Central American migrants traveling through Mexico and singled out by President Trump as a threat are mostly women and children whose lives were in danger back home.
The robot connects to the internet so web users can control it and donate to pay maintenance costs.
Video shows Queen Letizia trying to stop her mother-in-law from taking a picture with her children.
Yellow taxis are symbolic of New York. But ride-hailing apps mean cabbies find it harder to make a living.
The Islamic State group has left a complex legacy in Iraq including hundreds of wives and orphans, writes the BBC's Selin Girit.
The skull belonged to a soldier who was executed during the 1857 uprising against British rule.
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