The dance group should have been performing in London, but instead turned up at a Yorkshire school.
China lends two giant panda bears to Germany as a sign of close relations between the two countries.
Despite Donald Trump's tweet back in January, it has happened. The missile that North Korea test-launched on Independence Day was an intercontinental ballistic missile, according to US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. It could very probably reach Alaska.
Temperatures of 80F (26C) didn't stop visitors from hitting the slopes in Squaw Valley over the weekend.
A US soldier was killed Monday in Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
US president criticises China for apparent increase in trade with North Korea.
The French history student shunned the exam questions and wrote on a subject close to their heart.
Turkey has condemned an activist art installation in Berlin that portrayed Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was portrayed as a dictator, shortly before he was due to arrive in Germany for the G20 summit.
Eleven-month-old Charlie Gard has irreversible brain damage and cannot see, hear, move or even cry, doctors say. Yet this terminally ill British baby is at the middle of a global ethical argument over whether he should live or die, an argument that has attracted the attention of Pope Francis and US President Donald Trump.
Salvatore Meloni, a prominent figure fighting for Sardinian independence, dies in hospital.
Pyongyang says it's carried out its first successful test of an intercontinental ballistic missile.
Since the 1950s China has used pandas to forge political friendships across the globe.
The two-stage missile launched Tuesday by North Korea will be classified by US intelligence as a brand-new missile that has not been seen before, US officials told CNN.
Laetitia Avia says she was scared by the cab-driver's behaviour and tried to defend herself.
The company Nordfrost said the use of the label Nordfront by a Swedish group could cause confusion.
Followers of Indian guru Ashutosh Maharaj win a court fight to keep his corpse in a freezer.
President Trump threatened to slap tariffs on China and Mexico during his campaign. Now the two nations could team up for their own trade deal.
They come as a deadline expires for Qatar to accept a list of demands or face further sanctions.
President Trump's aggressive stance on global trade may be working in America's favor.
With two unpredictable leaders -- Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump -- and their propensity for risk-taking, there's no way to say with certainty what will result from Friday's bilateral summit meeting on the margins of the G-20 economic summit. We're sorely tempted to conclude that the meeting, like the "Seinfeld" episode in which George and Jerry try to sell a TV pilot episode for a show about nothing, will turn out much the same.