Eleven people are killed and dozens injured by the explosion on a train between two stations.
The attack on St. Petersburg -- hometown of Vladimir Putin -- comes at a moment of heightened security and political concerns in Russia.
Democrats will try to block Neil Gorsuch, leaving Republicans with a "nuclear option" to win through.
The White House releases First Lady's portrait but no details on the photographer behind it.
Ryanair's boss has warned that all UK flights to Europe could be suspended in March 2019 - is it true?
An interior corridor and a block engraved with hieroglyphic lines have been unearthed at Dahshur.
The development could help provide clean drinking water for millions of people who lack access to safe sources.
Mr Sisi was not invited to the White House by Barack Obama amid concern over human rights.
Concerns over political upheaval lead a major ratings agency to cut the nation's investment rating.
President Trump appears to be banking on Sunni Arab states to play a leading role in achieving his priorities, including peace between the Israelis and Palestinians, but they're unlikely to comply, Aaron Miller and Richard Sokolsky write
As the row over Gibraltar post-Brexit rumbles on, the BBC takes a brief look at its history.
Hundreds of millions of people in the country continue to speak other languages, the government says.
The 13-year-old girl was killed after she was struck by a train while trying to recover her phone.
Can President Jacob Zuma survive the latest challenge in his political career, asks the BBC's Milton Nkosi.
What happens when the biggest tech company in the world stops buying your products?
There are no more people officially missing after mudslides in Colombia that killed at least 254, the country's president said on Twitter Sunday.
Jack Straw argues that Spain won't let Gibraltar get in the way of an EU trade deal for the UK.
African envoys say India has not adequately condemned recent violence or acted to prevent it.