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Judo World Championships Day 5Serbia, Puerto Rico, Cuba take home medals
The Japanese judoka have dominated the world championships so far but the winds of change finally arrived yesterday when Germany took home a surprise gold in the…
Pensioners go on drink-fuelled naked rampage through luxury hotel
Robert Fergus, 72, ran bare-bottomed into the reception of MacDonald Loch Rannoch in Scotland, wielding a pair of scissors.
Former Catholic Archbishop of Westminster Cormac Murphy O'Connor dies
Former Catholic Archbishop of Westminster Cormac Murphy O'Connor dies aged 85
Asia floods leaves millions homeless
While all eyes have been on the havoc wreaked by Hurricane Harvey, more than 1,000 people have been killed as a result of devastating floods across Asia
French flippancy as town puts key assets 'up for sale' to protest Macron cuts
A mayor in France has put his town’s cinema, primary school and town hall on a small ads website in a tongue-in-cheek swipe at government
UEFA opens financial fair play investigation into PSG
French club Paris St Germain have been placed under investigation by UEFA to see if their recent transfer spending spree has broken the break-even
El Salvador’s annual fireball festival
Hundreds of participants threw rags drenched in gasoline at each other at the yearly event.
Merkel: Germany 'must react decisively' to detentions in Turkey
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her government may rethink its ties with Turkey after two more German nationals were detained there on what it suspects are political charges.
Have you ever wanted to sit on a golden throne?
A functional 100 percent 18-karat gold toilet is part of an exhibition in New York by Maurizio Cattelan.
Phuket crocodile caught
The croc had been cruising the sea for two days.
German border town issues iodine tablets over fears about Belgian nuclear reactor
An ageing Belgian nuclear plant near the German border has led authorities in Aachen to issue iodine tablets.
Hurricane Harvey pushes up petrol prices, but 'economic outlook positive'
The economic cost of Hurricane Harvey is, as yet, unknown, but forecasters predict it will ultimately have a positive impact on the economy.
Renewed tensions in Kenya after Supreme Court annuls election result
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta says he disagrees with an historic Supreme Court decision to annul the result of last month's presidential election, citing irregularities.
World Judo Championships: Competitors from around the world have differing expectations
As the 2017 Suzuki World Judo Championships reached the end of its second day in Budapest, Japan had already won an impressive four titles.
German Election 360°: Germany and gentrification
My name is Pamela, I am 43 years old, I have been living Berlin and I am a night club manager for over 20 years now.
The inspiration of a 30 metre cubed steel box
Luxury in a container.
Russia accuses the US of 'breakdance diplomacy'
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Friday that Russia remains open to constructive cooperation with the United States.
Thousands of Muslims carry out 'stoning of the devil' ritual
Thousands of Muslims carry out 'stoning of the devil' ritual to mark the beginning of Eid al-Adha celebrations.
Stars gather at Venice Film Festival kicking-off Oscar race
The Academy Awards may be months away, but speculation has already started as a host of star-studded films are premiered at the Venice Film Festival
Made in Chernyhiv: Ukrainian factory's female workforce prevent disputed factory takeover
The female workforce of a Ukrainian clothing factory has forcibly resisted a disputed takeover of their clothing factory.
Britain frustrated with slow Brexit talks
British trade minister Liam Fox said on Friday that Britain wouldn't be blackmailed into agreeing on the cost of leaving the European Union
Muslims celebrate feast of the sacrifice
Muslims from around the world have been celebrating the feast of the sacrifice, or Eid al-Adha.
Pastor plays piano in Texas floodwaters
Pastor Harding plays piano in his flooded home in Texas to prove to his son that the instrument still works.
Bangladeshis swarm Dhaka trains to travel home for Eid al-Adha
Crowds of passengers climbed onto overcrowded trains in Dhaka as millions in the Bangladeshi capital return to their hometown in the lead-up to Eid al-Adha.
Paris opens its first nudist park
Paris' first nudist park opened on Thursday (August 31). More than 2.5 million people practice nudism in France.
Kenya Supreme Court orders new presidential election
Kenya must hold fresh presidential elections after Supreme Court ruled irregularities and illegalities harmed poll
Disneyland Paris bans boy from 'princess day'
A three-year-old boy has been refused the right to participate in Disneyland Paris’ “Princess for a Day” experience. During the activity, kids
New species discovered in Amazon
Researchers have discovered 381 new species in the Amazon.
'A defining moment': RAF opens up close-combat unit to women
The RAF becomes the first branch of the British military to open up all roles to men and women.
Thousands die in floods in Africa and Asia as climate change worsens
With the media focus on the chaos wrought by Hurricane Harvey in the US, floods have killed many more people in Africa and Asia this year, as climate change worsens extreme weather worldwide.