“Call Me By Your Name” is an adaptation of a 2007 novel by Egyptian-born writer André Aciman.
A senior White House adviser is in hot water after promoting products of President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka.
A Belgian digital-marketing and tech company called NewFusion has launched an initiative offering employees the opportunity to trade in their ID badges for a surgically-implanted…
Later on Tuesday, an appeals court in San Francisco will be deciding whether or not to allow the travel ban.
Outraged protesters have marched through the centre of the ethnically diverse Parisian suburb of Aulnay-sous-Bois demanding, “Justice for Theo”.
A new decree threatens the work of Romania's Anti-Corruption Directorate, but the government argues it must tackle prison overcrowding.
‘Sandstorm’ the movie focuses on Layla, a young Bedouin who left her village to study in a nearby town.
Malaysia on Monday broadened its search for six people still missing after a boat carrying Chinese tourists capsized at the weekend.
Giant pandas around the globe are welcoming the Spring Festival, or Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on January 28 this year.
Markets are back selling food as people venture out onto the streets and repairs are being carried out
House of Representatives voted to pass a measure to roll back the programme which gave health coverage to 20 million Americans.
Police in South Carolina say they have found a woman who is believed to have been kidnapped hours after her birth 18-years ago.
With temperatures plummeting to around minus 10 in Hungary, one enterprising charity firm has introduced an initiative to help the homeless.
The end of the working week in France heralded a minor milestone for workers.
Artists put the final touches on a dazzling display of ice sculptures in China’s northern city of Harbin on Wednesday, home to one of the world’s biggest ice and snow…
A new McDonald’s fast food restaurant which opened last week near the Apostolic Palace has drawn criticism from some local restaurant owners and residents.
The first of two bald eagle eggs that millions of people have been watching online hatched early on Saturday morning in Fort Myers, Florida.
A gunman has stormed a New Year’s party at a house in Brazil, killing eleven people including his ex-wife and eight-year-old son.
A series of dramatic photographs showing homeless people sheltering from the winter cold in a graveyard is stirring emotions in Iran.
A school in Taiwan has created international outrage by holding a Nazi-themed Christmas parade.
Taiwan's parliament has relaxed rules against same-sex marriage, with opponents and supporters demonstrating outside parliament.
It’s not everyday that you bump into the pope buying shoes, but that is exactly what happened to astonished customers in one pharmacy in Rome on Tuesday, when the pontiff picked up a pair near the Hol
Austria’s parliament has decided to compulsory purchase the house in which Adolf Hitler was born after years of vacillating.
Teams across Brazil pay tribute to Chapecoense, the club at the centre of a plane crash tragedy, on the last day of the football season