The Kremlin critic was widely reported to have been assassinated before surprising virtually everyone by turning up alive at a news conference.
Lithuania and Romania violated the European ban on torture by allowing the CIA to operate secret prisons on their territory, rules ECHR.
At the company's annual AGM six shareholder proposals, all opposed by Facebook, could end Zuckerberg's dominance at the helm of his company.
An Italian newsagent has put his own twist on German-Italian relations
The 26-year-old loose forward was named as the first black test captain of the Boks for their home three-test series against England next month.
Once a pristine Thai paradise, the secluded bay made famous by "The Beach" has been exhausted by mass tourism.
A hotel's valet parking service comes a cropper as an inexplicable power surge leaves a sports car wedged underneath an SUV.
‘Come to Moscow’, Russia’s foreign minister tells Kim Jong Un, as both Russia and the US step up diplomatic moves ahead of a planned summit between Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump in June.
The Irish Prime Minister has apologised to more than 100 people who were illegally adopted after their birth certificates were falsified.
Gambling on soccer and other sports is a multibillion dollar industry in Britain, but it isn't without problems.
Multiple Olympic sprint champion Usain Bolt is training with Norwegian top-flight side Stromsgodset as he pursues his dream of becoming a professional footballer, newspaper Verdens Gang reported on Wednesday.
President cannot block government efforts to remove prosecutor who has targeted corrupt politicians, court rules.
The right-hand man to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has landed at New York's JFK airport at the start of a rare visit to the United States.
The reality television star was expected to meet with Jared Kushner Wednesday to seek a pardon for Alice Marie Johnson, a first-time offender who is serving a life sentence.