Branches taped to trees disqualify a competitor from a Russian urban park competition.
Could an executed 1916 nationalist be haunting the ambassador's official residence in Dublin?
A US judge opts for a harsher penalty than prosecutors had recommended in the VW emissions case.
Xavier Martinez, the father of three-year-old Xavi who died in the Barcelona attack, hugs Imam Driss Salym.
Troops reach the centre of the IS-held city in north-western Iraq, a spokesman says.
At least two people were killed and eight others injured Friday when gunmen stormed a Shiite mosque in the Afghan capital of Kabul, officials said.
See how Africa's population boom, driven by high birth rates, is shaping the world's future.
US diplomats in Cuba are unwell after a suspected acoustic attack - how could that be done covertly?
Two white South Africans who forced a black man into a coffin are found guilty of attempted murder.
The US is threatening Pakistan and praising India, but the relationship between the three nations is complicated.
At least 20 people are killed after IS militants storm the mosque in the Afghan capital.
Texas is preparing for "catastrophic flooding" as Harvey brings a huge storm surge and feet of rain.
Akon reveals why he thinks the music business in Africa is bigger than in the US.
The Sheraton Cadwell Orchestras asked women to wear dresses that hide their "dietary indulgences".
The so-called window envelope exposed details that the recipient was taking medication for the virus.
Tens of thousands of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh's supporters have flocked to Chandigarh in north India.
An inventor suspected of murdering a journalist on board his submarine denies all charges.
US central bank chief endorses existing tighter banking rules called a "disaster" by Donald Trump.
The mysterious sonic attack on US diplomats stationed in Cuba is raising questions about weapons that sound more like something out of James Bond than reality.