Family and friends of two Vietnamese men, found dead in a lorry in the UK last month, have gathered for their funeral.
Turner turned 80 on Tuesday.
You could say the pig was trying to hog the limelight
Tractors lined up in front of Berlin's Brandenburg Gate as thousands of farmers held a protest in Germany
It's eight years since the zoo last welcomed a polar bear cub into the world
The coastguard saved 149 people, including 13 women and three children, from a ship that sank on Saturday.
The International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women is being marked today.
Protesters burned tyres and blocked some roads on November 24 in the southern city of Basra, preventing government employees from reaching offices
Russian winter swimmers, also known as 'walruses' in the country, took to the freezing waters of Lake Baikal to mark national Walrus Day.
Much of Italy is under alert for flooding from heavy rains, a problem exacerbated by a lack of maintenance of the country's many river beds.
More than 1,000 people marched through New Delhi to celebrate India’s sexual diversity — but they said there is a long way to go to find acceptance.
Two people were found dead on Sunday after massive flooding hit southeastern France, causing major damage.
A 355ft tall building, damaged in a fatal fire last year, was successfully demolished, sending a massive cloud of rubble into the air.
John Momis, president of Bougainville, was one of the first to vote on Saturday in a two-week referendum on independence from Papua New Guinea.
Emperor Naruhito and Empress Masako have finished two days of ceremonies at the Ise shrine in central Japan.
It was one of the bloodiest attacks on the media in the world.
Colourblind Jonathan Jones, 12, had his world brightened when he tried on a special pair of glasses.
The two-day-old giraffe was found in a comatose state and taken to a rhino orphanage, which is helping him recover.
The surf was up for Berliners on Friday as the German capital's first artificial surfing wave opened for business.
The fire department said no one had been injured and that all guests and employees had been counted.
Protesters clashed violently with vehicles of the security force in Santiago on Thursday when the demonstrations that shook Chile moved to its second month.