Aman Tuleyev said resigning was "the only true decision" following the disaster that killed 60 people.
The 11-foot reptile burst through a screen door and plunged into the swimming pool, police said.
The governor of the Russian region of Kemerovo has announced his resignation in the wake of a deadly shopping centre fire.
A Moscow official accuses the UK and US of trying to stop the championship being held in Russia.
A Nigerian man who stopped a supermarket thief armed with a cleaver is baptised by the Pope.
Compare your pay to Nigerian senators, who are entitled to $37,500 a month each for expenses.
Conspiracy theories in Afghanistan often have a distinctive feature - it's foreigners, and especially the British, who are cast in the role of the villain.
Did lack of oxygen really cause the deaths of 30 children in one night at an Indian hospital?
Expelled Russian diplomats leave their embassy in Washington to fly home.
This 83-year-old, who's thought to be the world’s oldest lingerie model, has a powerful message about ageing.
Reports say the critically injured will be allowed to leave Douma under a deal brokered by Russia.
Mali handed the suspect over to the International Criminal Court in the Hague.
Violence along the Gaza-Israel border significantly diminished Saturday, a day after 15 Palestinians were killed during a confrontation. Israel said it would target “other places” if unrest went on.
Pictures from around the world capture Christians celebrating Easter, their Holiest time of year.
Armed French border patrol agents have caused anger by crossing into Italy and entering a migrant clinic at a railway station.
A rotating carousel crashes to the ground in a town north of Lyon, leaving four more people injured.
Nepali Kami Rita Sherpa, 48, is hoping to break the record for most successful climbs of Everest.
Since buying the South China Morning Post, the Chinese tech giant Alibaba has pumped in cash with a goal of using it to change how the West sees China.
The British SS Sagaing, bombed in a Japanese air strike 75 years ago, is returned to the surface.
The Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai said it was “like a dream” to return home to Pakistan’s Swat Valley, where the Taliban tried to kill her in 2012.
The delicacy once smothered local reefs in South Africa, but the shellfish has become more difficult to find as a result of overfishing, luring untrained divers into more deadly waters.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised his troops for "guarding the country's borders" after a mass Gaza frontier protest led to clashes that left 16 Palestinians dead.
A census suggests that one-horn rhino numbers have increased by 12 to 2,413 in the national park.
The president accuses the online retail giant of scamming the US Postal Service.
The UK says the search of an Aeroflot plane at Heathrow was routine - illegal says Russia.
Hundreds of people lining the streets broke into applause as the hearse carrying the remains of Dr. Hawking, the famed scientist, arrived at a church in Cambridge, Britain, for his funeral service.
Supplies critical to the humanitarian aid effort have been destroyed, the World Food Programme says.
Italy reacts angrily as customs officers enter a migrant centre to carry out a urine test.
David Matthews, an owner of the luxury resort Eden Rock, has strongly denied the accusation, which dates to the 1990s.
As a challenge to the country’s collective memory, two artists unveiled what they called Denmark’s first public monument to a black woman.
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