The celebrity spotlight was on Havana this week as an elite crowd of supermodels and Hollywood actors including Gisele Bundchen and Tilda Swinton
Japan's Takata is going to recall and fix between 35 and 40 million additional airbag inflators in the United States.
The EU’s highest court has ruled in favour of tougher rules on cigarette packaging. The case is the result of a legal challenge by two major tobacco
Germany is to legalise "cannabis":https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medical_cannabis for medical purposes early next year, according to health minister Hermann Gröhe.
Brazil's Federal prosecutor have filed a 38 billion euro civil lawsuit against mining company Samarco and its owners, Vale and BHP Billiton, over a tailings dam disaster that causes massive pollution.
A vision of climate armageddon in Canada as the abnormally dry arboreal forest ignites and threatens a remote city of 80,000 people, the centre of Canada's tar sands industry
‘A Beautiful Planet’ is a documentary that offers a fresh and breathtaking perspective of the Earth seen from the International Space Station
Pompeii’s Antiquarium Museum has reopened after 36 years. Its new exhibition includes a vivid audio-visual recreation of the moment the ancient city
The Olympic torch arrives in Brazil for the official start of the torch relay, counting down 95 days to the opening ceremony.
Thousands of people gathered on the Esplanade des Invalides in central Paris on Tuesday to call on lawmakers to vote against the Government’s
No more speculation Australia goes to the polls on July 2.
Alberta in western Canada is racing to evacuate thousands of people as a wildfire burns out of control. At risk are the 80,000 residents of the city
Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian driver in the West bank on Tuesday after he’d rammed his vehicle into three of their colleagues. In the last
Google which has been testing self-driving cars since 2009 is going one step further in the development of the technology. It is has agreed with car