There are only two northern white rhinos in the world but scientists say they could be closer than ever to preventing their extinction.
The internet mogul remains eligible for extradition to the US, a New Zealand Court of Appeal rules.
On an emotional day in October 1944, Mr. Fuchs sang Sabbath hymns at the first Jewish service to be broadcast on German soil since the rise of Hitler.
Far from enjoying a World Cup bounce, Mr Putin's ratings have gone down since the World Cup began.
India's government asks WhatsApp to do more to stop viral messages being blamed for lynchings.
In 1988 deaf students barricaded a deaf-only university in protest against the appointment of a new hearing president.
One of the corners of what used to be a Macy's store at a mall in Alexandria, Virginia, has become a temporary home to 60 homeless people.
The announcement by the Shabab prompted a flurry of mocking memes. Some called Shabab the first eco-friendly terrorist organization.
Legislation that aims to bring copyright laws in line with the digital age goes before European MPs.
What's life like when your name provokes shock, rudeness and awkward jokes across the Western world?
This symphony orchestra in Ghana is making new audiences 'fall in love with classical music'.
Chancellor Angela Merkel’s deal on migrants needs the support of Austria and Hungary, as well as the center-left Social Democrats in her governing coalition.
The death of a son of immigrants in Nantes set off a grim replay of images: burned-out cars, smashed bus shelters and shattered store fronts.
France’s president has visited a nightclub founded by legendary musician Fela Kuti in Lagos.
Police attempt to coax an individual down after she climbs on to the monument's pedestal.
The top U.N. human rights official cried shame during a heated debate over the plight of 700,000 Rohingya who have fled to Bangladesh and are stuck in overcrowded camps.
The parent of a seriously ill child faces a prison term in Russia for trying to sell on medication.
A man and a woman were in critical condition in southern England after falling ill a few miles from where a former Russian spy and his daughter were poisoned in March.
Government forces opened fire Wednesday on supporters of Nizamuddin Qaisari, a defiant figure who was arrested after a run-in with army commanders.
The sold-out show was criticised for being culturally insensitive and for cultural appropriation.
Police swoop on dozens of properties in Italy, Spain, Germany and the UK after a four-year probe.
Rescuers have reached the young football team stuck in a Thai cave, but their ordeal is not over.
Countries known for rain and greenery are seeing parched fields and looming water restrictions. Farmers are struggling to keep livestock and crops alive.
Mrs. May is set to present a plan to her cabinet. If she wants to keep Britain aligned with Europe’s rules, will hard-liners like Boris Johnson bolt?
The loss of the endangered northern white rhino could be reversed by IVF, say scientists.
Malawi's president is accused of receiving a kickback from a $4m contract, which is being investigated by the anti-graft agency.
The Patel dam on a private farm burst in May killing more than 47 people - most of them children.
A major operation is under way to reduce the flow of water into the cave where 12 Thai footballers are trapped with their coach.
The government officials and businessmen will be charged with manslaughter charges, prosecutor said.
A nationwide hosepipe ban will be imposed across Ireland from Friday as the country basks in a continuing heatwave.
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