This weekend’s mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, denounced by President Obama as an act of terror and hate, has reignited the debate in the US over how best to confront violent Islamist…
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Canada believes its hostage Robert Hall – held for months by Islamist militants in the Philippines – has been killed by his captors.
Afghans respond to news that Orlando nightclub killer Omar Mateen was the son of Afghan immigrants.
Microscope has done a deal to buy LinkedIn Corp for $26.
In the French city of Nice, police have named a Northern Ireland fan who fell to his death as 25-year-old Darren Rogers.
The French government has called on cities hosting Euro 2016 matches to ban the sale of alcohol near venues and fan zones.
The nine “nuclear states” are reducing the number of warheads but there is a new race to modernize the nuclear arsenal.
Turkish and Croatian football fans came face-to-face in Paris’ designated fan zone as their teams yesterday (June 12) went up against each other in
Iraq’s army says it has made further advances into ISIL controlled territory, capturing a strategically important village south of the city of Mosul.
Fears that Britain looks set to leave the European Union has sent jitters through the financial Markets.
A survivor of Sunday's nightclub attack in Orlando has given a vivid account of the moment the gunman opened fire on the crowd.
A vigil was held outside the White House to pay tribute to the 50 people killed when a gunman went on a shooting spree at a gay nightclub in Florida.
A ferocious hail and rainstorm lashed Harbin City in north-east China, wreaking mayhem on the streets and disrupting traffic.
In a busy city or when taking public transport, an ordinary bike can take up quite a bit of space.
Officials say the response has been "overwhelming" - but there is frustration in the gay community as some are prevented from donating
At the Tony Awards in Los Angeles, organisers dedicated the ceremony to the victims of the Orlando shooting.
A vigil outside the White House on Sunday night remembered victims of the Orlando massacre.
Omar Mateen aspired to be a police officer and had once applied to join a police academy.
There have been more clashes between teachers and police over controversial education reforms in Mexico.