A topless protester leaped on to a table in front of Silvio Berlusconi as he was about to vote in the Italian elections.
The orphaned animal sat with his pilot as they travelled to a new home in DR Congo.
The Carl Vinson will anchor off Danang, which served as a major staging post for the U.S. during the Vietnam War. But the visit has more to do with Beijing’s growing footprint in the South China Sea.
A referendum is being held on whether to abolish the 451-franc ($480; £348) annual broadcast fee.
The warning comes after Donald Trump announced steel tariffs and said that trade wars were good.
Aid agencies struggle to reach isolated areas in Papua New Guinea, nearly a week after a large quake.
Sir Roger Bannister, the first person to run a mile in under four minutes, dies at the age of 88.
The Briton ran a mile in 3:59.4, becoming the first man ever to do so, breaking through a mystical barrier and creating a seminal moment in sports history.
The Syrian government is reported to be increasing military pressure on the Eastern Ghouta.
Fiorentina captain and Italy international Davide Astori dies at the age of 31.
The captain of Italy's Fiorentina football team, Davide Astori, died of cardiac arrest by natural causes, a prosecutor has said.
President Moon Jae-in will send two top aides to North Korea on Monday in an attempt to defuse tensions on the peninsula.
Angela Merkel has secured her fourth term as Germany's Chancellor, ending nearly six months of uncertainty since the last election.
The Social Democrats backed a move that averts a political crisis and that would keep the woman long considered a de facto leader of Europe in the chancellery for four more years.
The US president joked about his son-in-law, White House "chaos" and Kim Jong-un at the event.
The deal ends five months of political deadlock, and extends Angela Merkel's time as chancellor.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has used legal means and emergency powers to turn Turkey into an authoritarian system. A new law to rein in the web is next on his agenda.
The horror film has won best film at the event - the same honour Moonlight won there last year.
Two Spanish skiers have died after an avalanche hit a group skiing off-piste on a mountain in the French Pyrenees.
Four Mexican police officers allegedly confess to handing three missing Italians to a criminal gang.
A baby hare has had a lucky escape after being pulled from deep snow at Dublin Airport.
Populist and anti-immigrant parties could make major gains in an unpredictable contest.
Warplanes struck Afrin for the third time in two days as Turkey’s assault on Kurdish forces in Syria has also targeted forces loyal to Assad.
My assignment, in advance of the March 4 elections, was to portray the lack of services for working mothers. And here I was scrambling for child care.
Polls have opened in Italy for a national election that is as hard to predict as it is important, with up to 10 million voters said still to be undecided.
It's a big event in China's political theatre and will boost the president's grip on power.
As more and more luxury labels are emerging out of Africa, how will they compete with the global market?
The BBC asked people in Nagaland, a hilly state in the northeast, what being Indian means to them.
Tourist boats could be banned from entering the world famous bay where the blockbuster film The Beach was set.
Up to half a million children go missing in India every year. Sonia Faleiro met the parents of one, a 13-year-old girl snatched while walking with her mother.
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