NBA star Kobe Bryant linked up with the Barcelona football team this week during the Catalan’s summer Tour of the States. The LA Lakers shooting
Security forces were called out to restore order clashes broke out between two rival group of spectators during the third ODI between Sri Lanka and
At least five people are known to be missing after flash floods engulfed parts of Iran. Winds of up to 80 kilometres per hour have swept through
Husband and wife Nazi-hunters have been awarded Germany’s highest distinction, the Order of Merit, for several decades’ of work bringing war
Phil Rudd, the former drummer of rock band AC/DC, has appeared in court (July 20) in New Zealand on suspicion of breaching a house arrest sentence by
Ruben Plaza claimed stage 16 of this year’s Tour de France on Monday in Gap after jumping clear of a breakaway group on the final climb of the day
In January 1959 when Fidel Castro led a guerrilla army to drive dictator Fulgencio Batista out of Havana, the United States was not over alarmed that
A man who tried to enter Russia with almost half a ton of cheese concealed in his car was stopped at the border by custom officials.
Former Brazil international and two time player of the year Ronaldinho was unveiled by his new club Fluminense. The former Barcelona ace signed with
Greek banks reopened on Monday after being closed for three weeks but many restrictions remain. The limit on cash withdrawals stays at sixty euros a
British Prime Minister David Cameron has unveiled a new, five-year plan to “tackle the poisonous Islamist ideology that is so hostile to British
In the Chadian capital Ndjamena, the work of the Association of Victims of the Crimes of Hissene Habre has finally born fruit — 25 years after
Professor Stephen Hawking and Russian entrepreneur Yuri Milner have launched a project to search for alien life. The initiative is the largest ever
Outgoing FIFA President Sepp Blatter cut short a press conference after a protester approached him as he arrived on stage and showered him with fake
The UN Security Council votes unanimously in favour of the Iran nuclear accord, but warns sanctions could be imposed if the deal is broken.
Nine-year-old Kamogelo is one of many school children living in impoverished communities in South Africa affected by power cuts. But the creators of
A unique exhibition of Medieval artworks saved from the Nazis is currently on display at the Bode Museum in Berlin. Assembled by affluent German art
North Koreans cast their vote for local government deputies in Pyongyang on Sunday. According to North Korean Central Election Guidance Committee
175 snails were entered for this year’s World Snail Racing Championship in a small village in eastern England with many heats to whittle the slimiest
Preliminary evidence suggests ISIL is responsible for the explosion in Suruc, Turkey. The cause of the blast in Syria's Kobani is uncertain.
Greeks finally saw their banks reopen on Monday (July 20) but many restrictions remain. Customers may not cash cheques, only deposit them, and will