A Facebook group for Irish women to share their stories about illegally accessing abortions has been attacked by trolls.
Donald Trump has put MS-13, one of the world's deadliest gangs, at the heart of his immigration reform.
Almost 15,000 flights could be delayed after a failure in Europe's air traffic coordination system.
The remarks by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the de facto ruler of the kingdom, reflect his view of Israel as an economic and strategic partner.
Apartments are getting smaller as the prices for them rise. That means no space for washers and dryers. And now there is a proliferation of laundromats.
A train slams into a lorry stuck on a level crossing in Georgia, US.
Half of flights travelling across Europe face delays due to computer failures, the continent's air safety group said.
A Danish inventor accused of murdering a journalist on board his homemade submarine may have sunk the vessel "intentionally", a court has heard.
Scientists from Porton Down have not been able to establish where the novichok nerve agent used to poison Sergei and Yulia Skripal was made.
The decision to join an event organized by a group that has called Israel a “steaming pile of sewage” rekindled accusations of anti-Semitism in the British opposition party.
The proposal is meant to help allay British regulators’ concerns that full control of Sky would give Mr. Murdoch too much power over the country’s media.
Daniel Ek, the chief executive of streaming service Spotify, is clearly a master of understatement.
Motion and heart rate data from a smartwatch has been presented in court as part of a murder trial.
Russian-majority schools will have to teach teenagers in Latvian, under a new law.
China appeared to rule out a role for the Vatican in appointing bishops, saying the government wouldn’t tolerate foreign influence over matters of faith.
A selection of Winnie Mandela's most compelling quotes.
Malaysia's prime minister has entered the row over a chicken dish that was incorrectly criticised on MasterChef for not being "crispy".
The government had said that offending journalists could lose their accreditation, in some cases permanently.
The measures were introduced after 17 people were killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in February.
Six platinum miners have died after a bus they were travelling on was attacked by arsonists.
Authorities warn of further fires as a deadly spill continues to spread off the coast of Borneo.
Her joke about the Swedish furniture giant creating 4,000 jobs backfired with the town's residents.
As China’s Xi Jinping consolidates power, owners of Hong Kong bookstores trafficking in banned books find themselves playing a very dangerous game.
Gay dating app Grindr has been criticised after admitting sharing information about its users' HIV status.
Australia has disavowed its home minister’s view that white farmers needed refuge in a “civilized country,” South Africa’s top diplomat says.
21st Century Fox says it would sell Sky News to Disney in an effort to ease its proposed acquisition of Sky.
Wang Mingqing became a taxi driver in Chengdu city so he could search for his missing child.
Global warming is bringing "almost constant" extreme weather to the Pacific island nation, says PM.
Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan have "lovingly chosen to separate as a couple" after nearly nine years of marriage.
When a chicken rendang dish was dismissed for not being 'crispy', a nation's social media roared.
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