CO2 in Earth's atmosphere jumped to a record in 2016, says the World Meteorological Organization.
The Houston Astros clinch a thrilling 13-12 extra-innings win over LA Dodgers to move to within one win of a first World Series title.
An Australian publisher made false claims that the cricketer exposed himself, a jury finds.
Severe storms bring a spectacle - and more than 176,000 lightning strikes - to east Australia.
Australia must handle refugees held at Manus Island who do not wish to stay, Papua New Guinea says.
Australian football player Nathan Broad sent the image, which went viral, without the woman's consent.
The flight makes a last-minute change in the stormy weather at Salzburg airport.
He inspected make-up products and hairspray, accompanied by his rarely-seen wife and sister.
The US has more citizens who are illiterate than many of its developed counterparts. Why is that?
Madrid says Carles Puigdemont could stand for re-election - provided he has not been imprisoned.
Since buying a winning ticket in 2013, Rachel Lapierre has used most of her winnings to run her own charity.
Prime Minister Benediktsson's party wins the most seats but will struggle to form a new government.
The modular or flat-pack home - often associated with low-cost accommodation - is being transformed by a Filipino entrepreneur.
One of the boys has responded to simple commands four days after their historic surgery.
Hasan Abdalla says his positive experiences in the UK compared to Syria completely redefined his artwork.
Members of the US congress are examining the president's authority to prosecute war.
The lifting of US sanctions after two decades brings hope to cancer patients and crippled businesses.
Meet the knitting group helping Kenyan women with breast cancer.
Can painting buildings bright colours raise people's morale in a part of the world ravaged by decades of war?
Some 350,000 people have fled their homes in Syria's Deir al-Zour, where IS fighters are cornered.