Vladimir Putin and Bashar al-Assad, the Black Sea and a balcony corner of the Bocharov Ruchey State residence in Sochi, a favorite of the Kremlin head. You can also see one of Putin's many luxury watches peeking out from under his shirt, this one perhaps a Blancpain $10,000 piece, one that is often spotted on his wrist, according to activists.
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has returned to Lebanon. His plane landed in Beirut Tuesday night.
It seems extraordinary a defector could survive such an escape, but the footage provides rare insight.
Spirits may make you angry or tearful, while red wine or beer may make you relax, research says.
The Catholic school apologises for the sculpture of a saint handing a loaf of bread to a boy.
Apple says it removed the call and messaging app because it does not comply with local laws.
The Thai army says a young cadet died of heart failure - but his family found that his organs were missing.
Saad Hariri thrust Lebanon into crisis when he resigned during a trip to Saudi Arabia.
The British explorer is back home after going missing in Papua New Guinea.
Zimbabweans celebrate late into the night after Robert Mugabe resigns, ending 37-year rule.
The story of a Serb who has opened a culture centre in Sarajevo.
Three service members are reportedly being reassigned following the incident in Asia.
He raced across the border on foot, closely pursued by North Korean troops who shot at him several times.
Efforts to locate an Argentine submarine that has been missing since last week have been ramped up dramatically by a multinational search team of boats and planes, the country's navy says.
Worried relatives of 44 missing Argentine submariners were comforted Tuesday by banners and the support of countrymen who gathered outside a naval base here. For now, all they can do is wait, hope and pray the crew will be rescued.
The jumbo jets ended up on an e-shopping website after a court failed to sell them offline.
Celebrations continued into the night after Robert Mugabe's 37-year reign as president came to an end.
In Japan they apologise when a train leaves 20 seconds early. Are other countries so exacting?
The elevation of Emmerson Mnangagwa to the presidency of Zimbabwe would amount to an act of political survival matched only by the man he'd replace, Robert Mugabe.
A Pakistani actress is stuck in a seven-year-long court case over whether she is married or not.