A sprinter from Sierra Leone, who disappeared after competing in last year’s Commonwealth Games, talks about sleeping rough in London and how he has tried to take his own life.
A reporter is mugged in Johannesburg by two men, one armed with a gun, as he is about to start a live news bulletin about Zambian President Edgar Lungu’s hospital treatment.
The latest documents released by former U.S. security whistleblower Edward Snowden reveal New Zealand spies on China and Japan and is shared with the United States and others.
The condolence letter written by President Lyndon Johnson to the widow of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. after his assassination heads to auction.
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Born with a nose for wine – and an uncanny ability to sniff out a vintage.
Even when they’re in Ethiopia.
Cookson says he will be writing to former president and vice-president of UCI Hein Verbruggen “asking him to consider his position.” Verbruggen still holds the position of honorary president of the organisation.
Popularly known as “Bibi”, Netanyahu, 65, is seeking a fourth term as prime minister as head of the right-wing Likud party.
Mixed reactions follow the jailing of former Ivory Coast first lady Simone Gbagbo.
A jury decides that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams plagiarized part of their hit song, “Blurred Lines.”
A Washington state kidnapper is caught on video running with toddler. The child’s siblings thwart the kidnapping by giving chase and screaming.