Liu Xia has been kept under house arrest ever since her husband was awarded the Nobel prize in 2010.
Newly-released video shows officers entering Stephen Paddock's Mandalay Bay suite.
China’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, was just in Pyongyang meeting with Kim Jong-un and trying patch up relations with North Korea after years of frosty ties.
A group of Republicans has nominated Donald Trump for the Nobel Peace Prize for his work to ease nuclear tensions between North and South Korea.
The woman was snatched from inside the International Committee of the Red Cross's compound.
Not sure what films to see in Australia this month? Let the New York Times critics help.
Leading Trump administration officials have arrived in China for talks aimed at defusing tensions that threaten to plunge the world's two biggest economies into a damaging trade war.
Fierce dust storms and thundershowers kill more than 70 people in northern India, injuring many more.
A powerful dust storm has killed 77 people and injured 143 more in north India.
The actor was keen to show off "where the magic happens" ahead of Solo: A Star Wars Story.
Rudy Giuliani says the president reimbursed Michael Cohen's $130,000 payment to the adult film star.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres calls on US not to withdraw from nuclear deal with Iran.
Hundreds of people gathered in cafes in Cairo to watch the match.
UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres warns of the risk of war if the nuclear accord is not preserved.
North Korea has moved three American prisoners from a labour camp to a hotel ahead of the planned summit with the US, a South Korean activist said.
Commonwealth Bank apologises for not telling customers about the potential privacy breach two years ago.
The Chinese smartphone maker's flotation could be the biggest globally since Alibaba's 2014 IPO.
The three men were held for 'hostile acts' in North Korea, but reports suggest they may be closer to release.
The smartphone maker filed to list its shares there just days after local regulators loosened rules to attract a wave of expected listings from China.
Tesla shares plummeted after CEO Elon Musk called an analyst a "boring bonehead" as he answered questions about a record net loss.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement returned thousands of smuggled Iraqi artifacts to the Iraq government, which plans to send them to a Baghdad museum.
Chinese social media go barking mad for a very good boy who waits for his owner each day.
This year's Nobel Literature Prize could be cancelled with the organisation responsible in crisis.
Gamers have been helping Unicef raise funds for Syria by mining the Ethereum cryptocurrency.
As talks are due to resume between the US, Canada and Mexico over a new trade deal, Canada is hopeful of a positive outcome.
Targeted attacks left at least 10 journalists dead in Afghanistan, just days before World Press Day.
Citing a dearth of qualified local candidates, schools are increasingly turning to foreign educators in the Philippines to fill core teaching jobs.
Kenya's free-runners flip, skip and somersault across Nairobi in a sport that's gaining popularity.
The political consultancy is accused of acquiring harvested data from 87 million Facebook accounts.
With warplanes, a PowerPoint presentation and a new law, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel has strengthened his hand in foiling Iran’s strategic ambitions.
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