Riyadh and the U.S. have blamed Iran for the drone attack on 14 September.
The festival brings more than six million people to the southern German city.
Four minutes of first-half brilliance led an otherwise unconvincing New Zealand to a 23-13 victory over South Africa in a clash between two World Cup favourites on Saturday that never quite lived up to its billing.
Japan was first country to turn on the signal, with Berlin, Paris and London set to follow.
We sat down with Clare Farrow, curator of Kengo Kuma's 'Bamboo (竹) Ring: Weaving into Lightness' to talk about the future of sustainable architecture.
Meanwhile groups loyal to the Chinese government began tearing down anti-government messages from so-called Lennon walls, named after the Beatles singer John Lennon
Sure you can see litter on the beach, but underwater noise pollution is a threat that few people know about.
A volcano in southern Japan erupted on Friday (September 20) morning, sending plumes of ash and gas over 2,500 metres into the air.
The Democratic presidential candidate's campaign manager warned the NJ senator won't stick around without a viable chance to win.
Drone strikes on key Saudi oil installations last Saturday have reduced the flow of the world's oil supplies by about five percent.
The sons of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia have questioned the independence of a newly announced public inquiry into their mother’s death.
Nurses have already been recruited from Kosovo and the Philippines as Germany's aging population is putting a big strain on its health services.
You might be shocked to read what can go into creating your make-up brushes. But thankfully for you, we've listed the brands you can trust.
Analysis: The age issue hits close to home for Biden, 76, whose shaky debate performances have raised questions.
Josephine Baker, Mata Hari, and the Belgian king were a few of the celebrities that travelled on the luxury train.
After being vilified, "Arab voters didn't like that, and they decided to do something about it," one expert said.
From New Zealand to Peru, EU delegations across the world along with the United Nations and the Smurfs wants people to pick up trash in local beaches.