Bomb explodes outside Athens TV station, Greek PM calls it ‘attack against democracy’An impressive bomb exploded early Monday outdoor the southern Athens headquarters of Greece’s non-public Skai broadcaster, which has been strongly vital of...
Turkey revives ghosts of Gezi protests as elections loomThree years after she was acquitted over her role in Turkey's Gezi Park protests, Mucella Yapici was called in last month by police to face more questions about...
'Justice' is Merriam-Webster's 2018 word of the yearThe word follows "toxic," picked by Oxford Dictionaries, and "misinformation," plucked by Dictonary.com.
Google to spend more than $1 billion to expand in New York CityGoogle Hudson Square will be the company's primary location for its New York operations, the company said Monday.
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Sam Faiers accused of RIPPING OFF small businessHer children are regularly pictured wearing sweet colourful tracksuits, with their initials emblazoned on them.
Ex-Indian MP jailed over role in deadly 1984 riotsAn Indian flesh presser has been jailed for lifestyles over his function in anti-Sikh riots greater than 30 years in the past that killed 1000’s of other...
Hungary MPs thrown out of TV office over 'slave laws' protestSeveral Hungarian lawmakers camped out at the state TV headquarters, protesting against new labour laws.
Carol Boardman: Man guilty of killing Olympian's motherLiam Rosney ran over Carol Boardman after she fell off her bike in 2016.
Small assault-style rifle firms thriving under activists' radarA decade ago, Kentucky's Anderson Manufacturing was a small machine shop that didn't make firearms.
Taliban will meet US officials in UAERepresentatives of the Afghan Taliban and the US will meet in the United Arab Emirates, amid moves to establish the basis of talks to end the 17-year war.
Mesh implants: Man speaks of procedure's devastating impactGraham Robertson, who had hernia surgery in 2007, says he has had serious health complications ever since.
Gay Singaporean man wins right to adopt surrogate son in landmark rulingA gay man in Singapore will be allowed to adopt his surrogate son.
It's a myth that Liberal candidates are selected on 'merit' aloneWhy put your hand up if you perceive the process is stacked against you?
Malaysia charges Goldman Sachs, ex-bankers in 1MDB probeMalaysia on Monday filed criminal charges against Goldman Sachs and two of the U.S. bank's former employees in connection with an investigation into suspected...
Theresa May expected to make strongest case against another Brexit referendumA second Brexit referendum would do "irreparable damage" to politics and "break faith" with the British people, Prime Minister Theresa May will say on Monday,...
Melbourne responds to call for defence with big win over PerthMelbourne United's leaders demanded their lock down on defence and their team responded in resounding fashion to beat NBL leaders Perth Wildcats at Melbourne...
Indian politician convicted for inciting anti-Sikh violence in 1984 riotsAn Indian court has convicted a former politician of helping incite violence during anti-Sikh pogroms that left thousands of people dead.
Police hunt thug who carved his name into a DOLPHIN at sea, before being washed up on beach The body of a dead 5ft 5in dolphin with the name 'Juan' carved into it was found washed up in a beach in the resort of Roquetas de Mar in southern Spain.
Botswana's Zebras struggling to repeat 2012 Afcon successFormer Botswana striker Dipsy Selolwane, Zebras' coach David Bright and FA president Maclean Letshwiti on how to improve the national team's fortunes.
3 English teams face German opposition in Champions LeagueNYON, Switzerland (AP) — Three English teams will take on three German teams in the last 16 of the Champions League.Liverpool was paired with Bayern Munich in...
Between 2 superpowers: What’s happened so far in the Canada-China-Huawei spat?An arrest of an executive at China’s telecommunications giant Huawei in British Columbia has put Canada in a strained position between two global superpowers,...
Two men drown, one missing off the NSW coastTwo people have drowned and a third is missing after a group of people got into trouble in the water off the NSW mid-north coast.
Rejecting second or indicative vote, UK's May presses on with Brexit dealBritish Prime Minister Theresa May is seeking the "extra assurances" needed to get parliament's backing for her deal to leave the European Union, her spokesman...
One person escaped from custody every week last year in QueenslandHundreds of people have been convicted of escaping custody in recent years in Queensland.
Election signs to be displayed for six weeks, not three months, before polling dayA major south-east Queensland council has proposed changes to where and when election signs can be displayed, which follows a long-running stoush with the LNP.
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Second arrest after man shot in leg in ReadingBBC Local News: Berkshire -- A 23-year-old man is being held on suspicion of wounding with intent and possessing a firearm.
Battersea power station deal finalised by pension fundsJoint venture to take £1.6bn stake in £9bn London redevelopment
Filmmaker James Ricketson reveals how he survived Cambodian jailAustralian filmmaker James Ricketson says he would not have survived 15 months in a squalid Cambodian prison without his trademark optimism.