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The director of a British corporate hospitality company and his Brazilian translator have been arrested in Rio de Janeiro on suspicion of ticket touting and could face up to two years in…
A Namibian boxer was arrested on suspicion of attempting to sexually assault a room maid at the Rio Olympic Village, Brazilian police said late on
Australia made it clear on Monday there would be no apology to Chinese swimmer Sun Yang after Olympic champion Mack Horton called him a “drugs cheat”
Real Madrid and Sevilla lock horns in the Uefa Super Cup on Tuesday.
It is claimed entire neighbourhoods of people were persuaded to move house to make way for Olympics facilities in Rio.
Nearly 100 people have been shot dead by security forces in Oromiya and Amhara in Ethiopia in a weekend of protests against discrimination and land seizures.
At least seventy people are now confirmed dead with over 100 injured following a suicide bomb attack at a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan.
Poland will not agree with “imposed immigration,” according to president’s senior advisor Krzysztof Szczerski.
Georgia commemorated the eighth anniversary of its five-day war with Russia on Monday (August 8).
Emperor Akihito cannot step down under Japanese law but has expressed concern about his ability to carry out his duties fully - what happens now?
Russian President Vladimir Putin is in the Azerbaijan capital Baku for talks with President Ilham Aliyev, and Iran’s President Hassan Rohani ahead of his meeting with Turkey’s president on Tuesday in
Russian Pole Vaulter Yelena Isinbayeva’s last gasp attempt to compete at the Rio Olympcis has failed after a Swiss Court rejected her appeal against her ban.
France has requested the extradition of a French citizen from Bulgaria to face charges of activities related to terrorism.
As China raises the temperature in its several maritime territorial disputes with its neighbours, the former Phillipines president Fidel Ramos is making a five-day trip to Hong…
Thousands of firefighters are deployed as forecasters say the risk for the north of the country until Wednesday is "very high" or at its "maximum".
Roberto Mancini has left Serie A side Inter.
This episode of Learning World looks at approaches to schooling for twins and multiples.
Computer systems crashed earlier on Monday, leaving planes grounded and passengers stranded at airports around the globe.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Vladimir Putin will focus their talks on the Syria conflict, trade, energy and the resumption of Russian charter flights to Turkey.
Hundreds of thousands of train commuters in London and southern England have been left facing misery on the first day of a five-day stoppage.
Delta Airlines planes are stuck on the tarmac in the US after what the company has described as a "major system-wide power outage". The company says the computer glitch is also delaying flights worldw
The head of the Russian Paralympic Committee (RPC) said a decision to suspend Russian athletes from next month’s Paralympics was “a grave human rights abuse.
People in Nice gather to pay their respects to the victims of the Bastille Day truck attack that left 85 people dead and several others injured.
Star Wars fans, rejoice: John Williams’ score for the latest episode, ‘The Force Awakens,’ has received a unique treatment thanks to a holographic…
Strong winds in Rio have forced Olympic organisers to postpone rowing events for a second day.
At least 40 people are now confirmed dead after multiple mudslides and flooding in Mexico.
Officials in the Afghanistan say there are looking for an Australian and an American who have been abducted by gunman in the city of Kabul.
There were scenes of chaos after a powerful bomb exploded in a Pakistani hospital’s emergency ward killing dozens of mourners.
In only his second ever public address to the nation, Japan’s Emperor Akihito has signalled his desire to step down.
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