Deaths are reported in France, Austria and Italy in violent storms after weeks of heat and drought.
At least 127 died after police tear-gassed rioting supporters after a match on East Java.
It was widely reported that the actor had sold his face to a deepfake company.
Girikumar Patil, who lived with two big cats in war-torn Ukraine, says he is now separated from them.
At least 127 people have been killed after a riot at a football match in Indonesia, a police official has said.
Singer Jacob Lusk on the musical rebirth that saw him form the year's most talked-about new band.
South Korean orphan Milton dreamed of making it to America, the land of his father. One day he seized his chance.
Paintings by black Zimbabwean artists, recovered in storage in London, go in show at home after 70 years.
Stakes are high as the far-right incumbent Jair Bolsonaro could be unseated by left-wing rival Lula.
Two nephews of Venezuela's first lady had been serving 18-year sentences for trafficking drugs.
After the home team lost, fans rushed the field and were confronted by security officers, who used tear gas that left many struggling to breathe.
Protests take place in countries outside Iran, in support of opposition to the death in custody of Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini.
Russia’s withdrawal from the city comes one day after Moscow illegally annexed the surrounding region.
Florida residents are facing tough choices about whether to stay or leave in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian.
Iran has granted furlough to imprisoned Iranian-American Siamak Namazi for the first time in seven years, and lifted the travel ban on his father Baquer.
At least 77 people have been confirmed dead after Hurricane Ian struck the US - with rescuers desperately searching for survivors among the ruins of flooded homes.
Iranians are exposing their regime’s abuses online — and the world is watching.
The luxury mansion was seized after Equatorial Guinea's vice-president was convicted of embezzling money.
If there's any consolation for survivors of Hurricane Ian, it's that the rising cost of building materials has started to slow — and in some cases even
This historic city of graceful mansions and Spanish moss-draped trees dodged the devastation Saturday that Hurricane Ian had visited on Florida.
Venezuela on Saturday freed seven Americans imprisoned in the South American country in exchange for the release of two nephews of President Nicholas Maduro’s
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner says he is "absolutely confident" his team did not breach Formula 1's budget cap in 2021.
The criticism of the Kremlin after Russia retreated from the key rail hub on Saturday came not just from pro-war commentators on social media, but from two senior allies of Mr. Putin.
The Sarasota County Sheriff’s Office in Florida is warning residents of a potential levee breach that could cause flooding for about 70 homes.
When Ukrainian marine, Mikhailo Dianov, was released from Russian detention, his photo shocked the world.
A Spirit Airlines flight to Florida had to turn around and make an emergency landing in Maryland Friday night because of a problem with the engine.
Jimmy Carter, already the longest-living U.S. president in history, will celebrate his 98th birthday Saturday with family and friends in Plains, the tiny Georgi
In a gathering Cold War atmosphere, American officials are gaming out responses should Russia resort to battlefield nuclear weapons.
The retreat came amid fears thousands of soldiers would be encircled in Lyman, and is seen as a significant blow.
The outbreak was caused by the Sudan strain of the virus, which has no approved vaccine or drug treatment. Scientists are now rushing to begin clinical trials in the coming weeks.
In the Baltic Sea, we're heading to a crime scene.
Russian troops have pulled out of the city of Lyman in eastern Ukraine due to the risk they were being encircled by Ukrainian forces, a Russian news agency has said.
The CIA installed a statue of Harriet Tubman at its headquarters, saying she embodies the best traits of an intelligence officer — ingenuity, stealth, courage.
Nothing quite says fall, or queer-inclusive, like a watchlist filled with stylish Oscar contenders and spooky remakes of campy and queer-coded content.
The deadliest tally in years comes amid a big increase in Israeli military raids.
A 5.6 magnitude earthquake has struck Japan's Kyushu region, the European-Mediterranean Seismological Centre said.
The CDC made many communications mistakes during Covid, from confusing guidance to delayed recommendations. CDC staffers say they've been frustrated and concerned.
Hurricane Ian damage and FEMA recovery in Florida, South Carolina will show how climate change is making wealth disparities worse.
The remnants of Hurricane Ian, one of the strongest and costliest storms to ever hit the U.S., pushed north on Saturday, promising more dangerous flooding.
Elon Musk has unveiled a prototype of Tesla's humanoid robot Optimus, which the electric car maker aims to mass produce in the millions and sell for under £18,000.
The act of sabotage has brought the Ukraine war closer, raising anxiety levels and threatening to undermine the Europeans’ resolve to help Ukraine fight on.
The release is the latest twist in events surrounding the group after a dramatic breakout in Mexico.
After wreaking deadly havoc in Florida, Ian smashes piers in South Carolina and floods neighbourhoods.
The strike hit a convoy of people fleeing fighting in Zaporizhzhia Province, killing at least 30.
With Easter still far away, there are none to melt down. But the decision opened a door on the bunny-eat-bunny world of European chocolatiers.
The boss of Europe's biggest nuclear plant was blindfolded and led away by Russian troops, Ukraine says.
CEO Elon Musk says he hopes Optimus can be mass produced once refined.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk showed off on Friday a prototype of its humanoid robot ‘Optimus,’ predicting the electric vehicle maker would be able to produce millions.
Hawaii reached the milestone earlier this year of having no girls in its only youth correctional facility — a first in state history, officials say.
A Donald Trump supporter who filmed himself assaulting police officers and breaking into the Senate chamber on Jan. 6 pleaded guilty to two felony charges.
Ticket-splitters are back, and they’re playing a starring role in the chaotic 2022 campaign.
Former President Donald Trump raised the specter of political violence by suggesting Sen. Mitch McConnell had “a death wish” because he had voted with Democrats.