The Disney Channel has announced it will introduce a central gay storyline for the first time on a children's TV show.
Spain’s prime minister said there was “no alternative” because the Catalan leaders’ separatist drive. The Senate is expected to vote later Friday.
Crossing the road while looking at a mobile phone will land pedestrians in one US city in trouble.
The killing of US President John F Kennedy still fascinates the public 54 years on.
Gazing over the border with his South Korean counterpart, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis was reminded of the devastating power in range of the capital.
Two South African white farmers have been jailed for more than a decade after forcing a black man into a coffin.
The river is public, and can get crowded, but anglers here on Cape Breton Island know it’s something special.
A desperate search in under way after a Russian helicopter went down in the freezing sea off Svalbard, Norwegian officials said.
A protest over social deprivation turns violent in the French South American territory.
The son of Equatorial Guinea's president gets a suspended jail term for corruption - in absentia.
Two white farmers are sentenced to more than 10 years each for forcing a black man into a coffin.
It was once hard to think as a Westerner, born long after the Second World War, that any of Europe's established nations could fall apart.
A dating site offering to help students in Paris find a "sugar daddy" to fund their studies causes outrage.
The government said a proposal to create body representing Indigenous people would have failed if brought to a vote in a national referendum.
Fewer than 34% of voters took part in Thursday's repeat presidential election, officials say.
Two American women and their dogs have been rescued after being lost at sea for months.
Harvey Weinstein is suing his own company to gain access to emails "exonerating" him from sexual assault accusations.
Two-year-old boys Jaga and Kalia underwent 16 hours of surgery, and are now in intensive care.
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By ruling that the deputy prime minister was ineligible to run and forcing a by-election for his seat, the court has imperiled the government’s majority.
After 31 years, the lights will go out as the Hong Kong Exchange shifts to electronic trading only.
Australia's conservative government has lost its majority after the deputy prime minister was declared ineligible for parliament.
Australia's deputy prime minister was wrongly elected because he held dual citizenship, the high court rules
Aboriginal leaders criticise a government decision not to support a "voice" to parliament.
New details have changed the timeline to the attack as Pentagon officials investigate the ambush that left four Americans and five Nigeriens dead.
Relations between Spain and Catalonia are set to be tested further today as the Spanish government prepares to take away Catalan regional powers.
As Kenya's presidential election re-run is marred by isolated clashes, Africa Editor Fergal Keane visits two polling stations.
Which side is correct in the claims and counter-claims of violence at the Catalan referendum?
North Korea says it will free a South Korean boat and crew seized six days ago in its waters.
These girls found a solution when the boys in their school didn't want to play football with them.
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