Volkswagen has been storing hundreds of thousands of cars after the diesel emissions scandal.
Thousands of Rohingya Muslims are living on a small strip of land between Myanmar and Bangladesh.
Johan van Hulst, who has died aged 107, saved children from the Nazis but wished he could have done more.
Two British soldiers have appeared in court in Cape Verde after they were arrested for brawling.
This Vienna food shop is tackling food waste by turning inedible leftovers into something drinkable.
Family reveal baby's gender using their pet alligator and a watermelon, prompting concerns over safety.
These Lagos street children went viral after Rihanna, Naomi Campbell and P Diddy shared their videos.
A man who committed a brutal robbery as a teenager will be in prison until he dies. Is that fair?
What the wine industry tells us about US-China trade tensions.
A tsunami is forecast after a shallow magnitude 6.9 earthquake near New Britain island.
Irene Aguilar speaks as lawmakers debate a bill to allow business-owners to pre-emptively shoot intruders.
The stakes are high, the secretary general said, but he suggested that United States plans to quit the Paris Agreement didn’t matter much.
Some 150 million users of a fitness app have been affected by a data security breach.
The US defence secretary cracks a joke as he meets Donald Trump's new national security adviser.
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With no serious opposition, President Sisi is cruising to a landslide victory in Egypt’s election, according to preliminary tallies.
A number of advertisers have cut ties with a Fox News host after she publicly criticised a Florida school shooting victim and accused him of whining.
Stormy Daniels wanted the president to speak on oath about an alleged "hush agreement".
A woman has been charged with attempted murder after trying to decapitate her own son, according to US media reports.
A man whose murder conviction became the subject of the popular podcast Serial has had the ruling granting his new trial upheld.
Legal woes are mounting for former President Nicolas Sarkozy, who will be tried on accusations of trying to obtain confidential information from a magistrate.
In a nation with the highest divorce rate in Europe, the government has come to the conclusion that some breakups should take more than a few clicks.
Protesters camped near the site of a suicide bombing in Helmand Province formed the plan after the Taliban warned them off a peace march.
With at least 68 dead, the inferno in Valencia was the second-worst prison fire in the country’s modern history.
The move was in retaliation for the expulsion of diplomats by Britain, the United States and their allies. The U.S. Consulate in St. Petersburg will be closed.
Russia expels 60 US diplomats and closes St Petersburg consulate in response to American action over spy poisoning
The 12-year-old joined Pope Francis for a ride around St Peter's Square on the popemobile.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders has said Russia's expulsion of US diplomats marks a "further deterioration" in relations between the two countries.
The government said it would review access to financial markets, and how wealthy Russians have gained residency in Britain.
Some government officials insist he is in custody and being interrogated.
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