Millions of pieces of man-made trash are orbiting the Earth. Some are tiny, but all pose a risk.
Henrique Capriles, a former presidential candidates, is barred from politics for 15 years.
The appointment is likely further divide opponents of longstanding President Joseph Kabila.
The BBC speaks to the survivors of a brutal attack on cattle traders by a "cow vigilante group".
A TV drama about corruption has become a hit in China, with some comparing it to House of Cards.
Employers in British Columbia will no longer be able to insist staff come to work in high heels.
At least four people are reported killed in a suspected terror attack in central Stockholm.
A government agency wanted the identity of a Trump critic, but has withdrawn their request.
Its ambassador to the UN says America will not stand by when chemical weapons are used.
Photographer Annevi Petersson was on Drottninggatan when the truck attack happened. She described the sense of panic.
Was the Chinese leader Xi Jinping angry about the missile strike disrupting his US visit?
The US move against the Syrian government is a regional setback for Russia, Konstantin Eggert says.
The party rams through a Supreme Court nominee after the first filibuster of its kind in five decades.
Protesters take to the streets in major South African cities calling for the president to step down.
Footage filmed by eyewitness Johnny Chadda shows people fleeing Stockholm truck crash scene
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon meets the former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in New York.
The now-weakened militants say they are leaving their weapons in the hands of the Basque people.
Scientists capture a dramatic collision between two young stars that tore apart their stellar nursery.
YouTube video creators will now have to pass a viewing threshold before earning advertising revenue.
Cruise missiles hit an air base the US believes launched Tuesday's suspected chemical weapons attack.
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