The nationwide college entrance exam was postponed after the second strongest quake on record.
The World Anti-Doping Agency says Russia remains non-compliant with its code, dealing a blow to its hopes of competing at the Winter Olympics.
Health officials say the wild boar, which the NZ family had hunted themselves, is one possible cause.
A painting of Christ believed to be by Leonardo da Vinci has been sold for a record $450m (£341m).
A man wearing full Zimbabwean military uniform interrupted taped programming on state television broadcaster ZBC early Wednesday to deny the military was taking over the country.
A lawmaker receives a standing ovation after introducing a historic bill to legalise gay marriage.
Victims and perpetrators on the end of the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia
Mr Moore's lawyer questions an accuser's account as three more women come forward with more claims.
It has all the markings of a coup: a solemn soldier addressing the nation on state television in a beret and fatigues, armored vehicles in the capital and jittery, puzzled citizens.
In a televised statement, he rejects claims that the construction company hired him as a consultant.
She's still in primary school, but Amoy Antunet has big ambitions - and plenty of scientific equipment
Singapore and Brazil are working together to bring two blue macaw species back from near-extinction.
Drake stops his set after seeing someone being groped in the audience at a gig in Sydney.
Government minister Christopher Pyne says he was not responsible for activity on his Twitter page.
Inside one of Yemen's only prosthetic limb factories.
Ryan Johnson's low-cost movie props are proving popular among a new generation of filmmakers
The US oil giant has multi-billion dollar investments in a region where the UN has alleged ethnic cleansing.
Four attackers, who included women, detonated explosives in the north-eastern city of Maiduguri.
The victims include elderly people whose bodies were found inside their homes, reports say.