A Trump administration proposal would limit the ability of Mexico, Canada and the U.S. to warn consumers about the dangers of foods linked to obesity.
The communist thinker's home town chooses an unusual way to mark the 200th anniversary of his birth.
The French order more US-style hamburgers than classic jambon-beurre sandwiches, a study suggests.
The post by the right-wing minister, Sylvi Listhaug, revived memories of a 2011 terrorist attack and stirred a controversy that threatened the coalition government.
A glacier larger than Spain could raise sea levels dramatically after scientists found more of it is floating than previously thought.
The US Agency for International Development says it will provide food and health assistance.
Just two members of the charismatic subspecies remain, both female. But scientists still hope to prevent the extinction of the animals.
European Union boss Jean-Claude Juncker has been criticised after his "nauseating" letter of congratulations to Russia's Vladimir Putin failed to mention the Salisbury nerve agent attack.
Students at a collage in the Indian state of Kerala have protested against a teacher's remarks.
Survey suggests that only a quarter of smokers have changed their habits after tobacco prices double.
What can users do to gain back control of their data or limit how much is shared?
German researchers have discovered that criminals have embedded objectionable content including links to child abuse images within the Bitcoin blockchain.
The All Sages Bookstore, run by a onetime Tiananmen Square protester, has survived both the capital’s ferocious property market and the censorship of the Xi Jinping era.
Ex-President Nicolas Sarkozy is dogged by investigations into his campaign finances.
A school in Maryland is under lockdown as police investigate reports of shots fired.
The Beatles star is knighted by Prince William and jokes he'll wear his medal to breakfast.
Former Beatles drummer Ringo Starr receives his knighthood for services to music.
Academic says women risk being branded 'career rapees' and still face abuse.
President Xi Jinping’s speech on the last day of the National People’s Congress in Beijing was heavy on patriotism and underscored his dominance.
A high school in Maryland is on lockdown after reports of a shooting.
The boy's father accuses the organisation of discrimination against those with mental disabilities.
Nicolas Sarkozy is facing an investigation into whether his 2007 election campaign received funding from the regime of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.
Amnesty International accused security forces of doing nothing despite warnings that the militants were nearby. The military said the findings were flawed.
Freezing the deceased in the hope of one day reviving them could become a mainstream service, advocates say.
The high school student says he feared being targeted by al-Shabab militants.
On the 15th anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq, The Times reintroduces At War, a forum for the firsthand experiences of global conflict.
Around 80 people, including 23 diplomats and their families, will leave the country on Tuesday.
Nepal has begun an ambitious waste management project aimed at “saving the glory of the Everest region” from trekkers’ garbage.
Fourteen men said they were subjected to torture techniques after being held without trial in 1971.
Dogs are being trained to detect ancient treasures in an attempt to tackle cultural heritage trafficking.
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