Big business has been seen to hold sway for too long, the new finance minister says.
All those arrested in connection with last month's terror attack on Westminster Bridge and the UK Parliament have been released "with no further action," London's Metropolitan Police said Saturday.
Gilbert Baker who created the rainbow flag as a symbol for the gay community, has died aged 65.
Gilbert Baker said the flag he designed was a symbol of the gay community as "a people".
Emergency teams try to clear the mud to reach victims after dozens of homes are engulfed.
Eurovision is meant to foster unity but 2017 seems to be all about Ukraine's conflict with Russia.
One man is killed as police battle people protesting against plans to lift presidential term limits.
The government urges the Supreme Court to reconsider its controversial decision to annul congress.
Tiger Woods will not play in this year's Masters at Augusta because he is "not tournament ready" and does not know when he will return.
A senior fashion show in New York City drew applause for an array of designs - many of them hand-sewn.
The maid can be heard screaming "hold me, hold me" just before she falls.
No long beards. No veils in public places. No home-schooling.
The son of a popular Mexican singer was arrested at the US border with four migrants in his car.
What does it say about a country when one of the three main election contenders is a satirist?
KGB political officers in the field had to spend up to a quarter of their time on "active measures".
When Rebecca Lowe set off solo from the UK for Iran by bicycle, friends thought she had taken leave of her senses.
Beijing says the measures, which also ban refusing to watch state TV, will combat Islamist extremism.
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