The US Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, has said her country is "prepared to use the full range" of capabilities against North Korea.
Blac Chyna says she's thinking about suing after her ex posted explicit photos of her.
Unesco opts against upgrading the reef's status, but raises concerns over conservation progress.
Two armed groups clash in the north of the country amid a surge in drug-related violence.
The leader of the self-styled Libyan National Army says the eastern Libyan city has been liberated.
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Why do more than four in 10 Japanese 18 to 34-year-olds say they are still virgins?
Our clothing is polluting the environment, UK research reveals.
A new movement has emerged with a new leader Nnamdi Kanu calling for Biafran independence from Nigeria.
A migrant drowning tragedy off Spain sheds light on a worsening crisis in the Western Mediterranean.
After last year's botched coup in Turkey, thousands were arrested or fired in a far-reaching purge - including some Turkish military officers and their families stationed abroad.
Portraits of Libyan migrants taken on board the vessel that rescued them.
A local party wants a separate state for the area's majority Nepali-speaking Gorkha community.
Why young gay Asians are hiding their sexuality by entering into fake marriages
A three-storey house is being designed, planned and built predominately by robots and 3D printers.
Most of the victims travelling on an overloaded vehicle are said to be market traders.
Nearly half of the shootings during the four-day holiday weekend happened over 12 hours.
Caleb Swanpoel still feels the draw of the ocean, but is careful where he goes.
Saudi-led bloc attacks Qatar's response to demands that it shut Al Jazeera and make other changes.
What and who is behind the rising violence now that cartel boss "El Chapo" is firmly in jail?
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