Racist and homophobic chants on the rise in Russia ahead of World Cup
"Our research does give me hope that the reef can recover."
World No Tobacco Day
One of Verdi's most popular operas will open on Friday at the Odeon of Herodes Atticus as part of the Athens Epidaurus Festival.
Some 65 percent of South Sudanese women have experienced sexual or physical violence, twice the global average
Women fearing forced marriage are advised to hide a spoon in their knickers to set off airport metal detectors
Older vehicles, especially trucks, will be hit by the ban, and police will begin roadside checks as early as next week, with fines to follow in the weeks ahead.
Arkady Babchenko, the Russian journalist who faked his own death, gave details of how his "assassination" unfolded in an interview with the foreign press.
The work of the three finalists in the MAXXI Bulgari Art prize will go on display in Rome on Friday.
Both countries hosted secret CIA prisons a decade ago with the authorities fully aware detainees were held there illegally
The album, launched last year, has been a huge critical and commercial success and has received many international awards including a Grammy for Best Rap album
Report underlines falling consumption in the West, but big five tobacco companies replacing lost markets by agressively expanding elsewhere.
The NBA finals is rapidly becoming baskeball’s version of Groundhog Day.
It's another dustup between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers.
Swiss artist Harald Naegeli, known as the "sprayer of Zurich", has ended a long-standing dispute with Zurich city council.
More than two million Syrian children don’t go to school and they’re among refugees in countries such as Turkey. We’re looking at the risk of a lost