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Britain's newest and biggest aircraft carrier continues testing at sea
Half Day in Mykonos
Sierra Leone's president calls for international help after devastating landslide
It will be the first Grand Slam appearance for the former world number one in over 18 months, after her return from a doping ban
UK currency is being hit by weaker than expexted inflation data
In spite of the well documented tensions between the two countries; guards from India and Pakistan offered sweets and goodwill at the Attari-Wagah
Amid chants of “Govinda ala re”, thousands of Mumbaikars will today celebrate Dahi Handi and Krishna Janmashtami with pomp and splendour.
The longest river in the Iberian peninsula is on the verge of drying up completely thanks to a combination of Spain’s current drought and inadequate water transfer planning
Office workers in Brazil call in the fire brigade after finding a wild puma sheltering under a desk in their office
At least 11 people killed after a tree falls during a religious fesitval on the Portuguese island of Madeira, local media reported.
Students scrambled to safety as sirens blared during a tsunami drill on the Indonesian resort island of Bali on Tuesday, part of a campaign to
Despite relief at Pyongyang's pause, it is feared that upcoming US-South Korea military drills could revive tensions
Real host Barcelona in Wednesday's second leg with a 3-1 lead but potentially without banned star man Ronaldo
This Turkmen form of belt wrestling is becoming more and more popular - not just among men, but also women.
Trump gets with tough with China and orders trade inquiry, focusing on intellectual property theft.
British cyclist Chris Froome says he has unfinished business as he bids to become only the third rider, after France’s Jacques Anquetil and Bernard
Lufthansa waits in wings to plunder most profitable parts of stricken carrier
The world's greatest Tango dancers have gathered in Buenos Aires for the famous World Tango Festival and Competition
The pop star won a case against an ex-radio DJ she said groped her bare bottom at a photo shoot.
Innovative ideas and projects shaping the future of globe-trotting.
Europe’s toxic egg scandal is no yoke – but that didn’t stop Belgians feasting on a giant omelette.
The 10,000-egg creation, cooked in a four-metre
The town is the next big target for Iraqi forces after last month's recapture of Mosul
Thousands turn out to protest as Donald Trump visits his New York for the first time since taking office.
Emperor Akihito commemorates 72 years since Japanese surrender during World War II