Three gang members were killed after they disarmed guards and opened fire in a courthouse in the Russian capital, Moscow, state media reported.
The unrecognized nation of Somaliland, a semi-autonomous region of Somalia, has secured its largest ever foreign investment deal.
As Kenya's August 8 election approaches, fake news reports are spiking on social media platforms in the country.
London's status as a world aviation hub extends far beyond Heathrow. The UK's capital is served by six airports in total, some stretching the geographical definition of London to the limit.
A group of Kenyan teenagers have created an app called i-Cut to help girls affected by Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).
A landmark report detailing sexual harassment and assault at Australia's universities found that more than half of all students have been harassed.
Globetrotting for business might sound exciting, but the reality is a lot of time spent staring out of plane windows.
The President of Venezuela, Nicolás Maduro, has claimed a huge turnout in a controversial election for a new Constituent Assembly that would have the power to rewrite his country's constitution.
So, it has finally happened.
By the end of the century, the global temperature is likely to rise more than 2 degrees Celsius, or 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit.
Just like that, Barack Obama weakened Mitt Romney and reclaimed a presidential contest on the verge of spinning out of his control.
Russian President Vladimir Putin confirmed Sunday the staff at US diplomatic missions in Russia will be cut in response to a sanctions bill the US Congress passed last week.
The real question of the 2016 presidential election isn't so much why did Donald Trump win, as why did he even get close?
Washington will not seek UN Security Council action following North Korea's latest missile test, according to US ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley, who says that the "the time for talk is over."
Here in Britain, hardly a day has gone by this summer without a royal row. The 31st of August, a month from now, will mark the 20th anniversary of the premature death of Diana, Princess of Wales. For weeks already, the British broadcasters have scheduled extra programming, trailing tell-all documentaries, while Diana's sons, William and Harry, have organized carefully choreographed events and interviews designed to burnish their mother's memory as a humanitarian.
Several gunmen were reported killed after they attacked the Iraqi Embassy in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, on Monday morning.
Real Madrid footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has said he has "never hidden anything" and denied allegations of tax evasion during an appearance at a Spanish court on Monday.
Cybersecurity firms are paid to protect corporate clients from hackers. But what happens when they're the target?
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