Marchers heading for Istanbul say they are fighting to restore democracy, justice and hope in Turkey.
The land dispute between Canada's indigenous people, also known as Mohawks, and the country's military.
Three Chinese deities were seen travelling business class - what's the story behind their voyage?
With Alaska now possibly within range, the US has to accept that the North is a "real" danger.
That's the question posed by a new theatre show.
Scientists replicated the ancient Lady of Cao's face by analysing her skull structure and remains.
India's farmers are worried about a drive to reduce tobacco crops
The move is reported to have angered China, which claims almost all of the resource-rich sea.
Joey Chestnut took home the title for the 10th year in a row at Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest.
Steve Rosenberg finds out how to keep 40 miles of Moscow river clean.
She's 78 and big on Instagram.
In an attempt to tackle air pollution China is planning on building what it says is the first forest city.
The president reportedly took part in a simulated underwater missile launch in the Atlantic.
Across the United States, people have been marking Independence Day in their own ways.
The UN Security Council is expected to meet on Wednesday to discuss North Korea's latest missile test.
A Bulgarian gang who allegedly forced them into prostitution wanted to control the area, police say.
Milan police say four youths held for violent robberies remind them of the film A Clockwork Orange.
Canadian-born Omar Khadr will also receive pay for abuses he suffered in prison, reports say.
Catalonia's leaders vow to declare independence from Spain immediately if voters back it in October.
Baby Arthur was shot when still in the womb as his mother shopped in a favela.
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