A Russian brewery is under fire for its sado-masochistic bottle label.
The Bosnian Serb ex-leader planned the 1995 Srebrenica massacre of nearly 8,000 Muslim men and boys.
Nathan Smith says he doesn't know how he survived the Al Noor mosque attack in Christchurch.
The memorial that preserves the death camp site urges people to avoid disrespectful photos.
Australians question whether the tone of racial rhetoric spurred the man accused of the Christchurch attacks.
Three Texas prisoners win a nearly seven-year lawsuit to grow their hair long for religious beliefs.
Eyewitness accounts emerge from Beira in Mozambique, which was devastated by Cyclone Idai.
Astana becomes Nursultan just one day after Nursultan Nazarbayev's surprise resignation.
The search engine has been fined for blocking rival online search advertisers.
Online abuse of Australian rules footballer Tayla Harris has been described as "abhorrent and disgusting".
Amnesty International says it recorded 14 recent deaths - the US says its targets are "terrorists".
Mainly celebrated in India and Nepal, Holi marks the beginning of spring.
Bestselling author Alaa Al Aswany is alleged to have insulted the president, army and judiciary.
The Turkish leader's use of footage from the New Zealand shootings is vintage Erdogan, says Mark Lowen.
A massive search found the boy 21km from where his parents lost him in western Argentina.
The law would halt sales until vaping's health effects are fully evaluated by US regulators.
The Indian Dalit leader says she stepped aside for the good of a coalition formed to fight the ruling party.
The Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games are set to revolutionise the way spectators experience sporting events - by introducing robots
Hundreds of thousands of people in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi could be affected, UN says.
Jury to consider damages after one of the world's most widely-used weedkillers is blamed for cancer.
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