UK: M20 bridge collapse causes travel chaos
Hong Kong's first 'rabbit café' opens its doors
Wannabe rockstars take part in the annual Air Guitar World Championships in Finland
Bangladesh police kill terror attack plotter in shootout
At least 17 dead in Moscow warehouse fire: Russian ministry
Italy holds state funeral for victims of earthquake
Turkish PM says Syria border must be cleansed of threats
Tunisia's parliament approves new national unity government
US and Russia report progress but no deal reached on Syria
Accumoli, inside the town near the quake's epicentre
President Robert Mugabe has warned there will be no ‘Arab Spring’ in Zimbabwe after protests against his decades-long rule descended into violence on Friday.
I really like that moral grey area David Mackenzie Film Director
British triple world champion Lewis Hamilton secured his fourth win in a row and sixth this season after a dominant victory at the German Grand Prix on Sunday.
It's a declaration of bankruptcy in the fight against doping Hajo Seppelt Journalist, ARD TV
Family doctors are being given new skills in an initiative to bring down waiting times for arthritis patients in Halifax, eastern Canada.
She grabbed the world’s attention and affection aged 14. In 1976 this Romanian gymnast scored the first perfect ten in Olympic history and remains a
There will be a new Syria without Bachar al-Assad. It’s a question of timing. Adel al-Jubeir Foreign Minister of Saudi Arabia
This summer forget private jets, one of the most coveted personal aircraft at the recent Farnborough International Airshow was four-wheeled and best described as a “flying…
Protests against France’s ‘burkini ban’ Dozens of women, Muslim and non-Muslim, held a beach party outside the French embassy in London on Thursday (August 25) to protest against the ‘burkini ban’ be
Hundreds of years ago Tokyo was often referred to as the water city, until the focus shifted to the modern urban expanse that we know today
Nearing 20, the West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, created by Daniel Barenboim and the late Edward Said in the interests of musical harmony bringing social divides, still wanders far from its musicians' ho
This edition of The Real Economy turns the spotlight on the hotly debated issue of deepening Europe’s Economic and Monetary Union (EMU). What does it