Dozens of horrified New Zealand parents accidentally feed their children treats meant for dogs.
Russia says it is investigating whether Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi died in a 28 May air strike in Raqqa.
Saudi Arabia sent 200 tonnes as a Ramadan gift but they were sold off in local markets.
Ana Brnabic will also be the country's first woman prime minister in a sign of increasing tolerance.
A man in his 30s has been arrested near London's Houses of Parliament on suspicion of knife possession, London Metropolitan police said.
Twenty-four years after the deadly Mumbai bombings that left 257 dead and more than 700 injured, an Indian special court has convicted six people on charges of conspiring and carrying out terrorist activities.
A German-Austrian protest accuses US politicians of interfering with Europe's gas supplies.
So often, it's not what people say, but what they don't say that tells you everything you need to know.
Blessing Okagbare was competing in the long jump in Oslo when the hair-raising moment occurred.
The Hunger Games star apologises after wrongly "calling out" the director for directing films without female leads.
The Queen and Duke of Cambridge visit relief centre set up to help victims of Grenfell Tower fire.
World's tallest mountain may have changed in height since the 2015 earthquake.
A Syrian refugee who escaped civil war for a better life in the UK has been named one of the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire in west London, the UK-based Syria Solidarity Campaign said Thursday.
After being hit hard during the recession, Latinos say they worry that the same reckless behaviors that precipitated the economic crisis could make a comeback.
President Trump has given Secretary of Defense James Mattis full authority to set US troop levels in Afghanistan.
Fears are growing for residents trapped in the besieged Philippines city of Marawi following reports that those fleeing fighting between ISIS-aligned militants and government forces saw as many 100 dead bodies.
Members of Congress play a charity baseball game a day after a gunman open fired as they practised.
The U.S. has moved to seize nearly $2 million from a Chinese company that it says laundered money for North Korea.
The deaths of two Chinese citizens in Pakistan suggest that as Beijing's strategic and economic footprint grows so too will the threats posed to Chinese interests.