Dozens are killed in a Nigerian church building collapse, according to a photojournalist in the town, with the casualty toll varying widely according to sources.
US president Barack Obama arrives in Ethiopia for a two-day visit, where he is expected to discuss regional security and address the African Union.
(REUTERS) – All is well on the Greek Island of Naxos as tourists enjoy the clear water as part of their holiday.
As Greece is engulfed in turmoil — facing a stark cash crunch — tourists take in the sun — and offer a helping hand to Greece.
U.N. defends its decision to hand evidence over to French authorities from a 2014 investigation of allegations that French military personnel sexually abused children in the Central African Republic. A spokesman said the U.N. does not interfere with individual states’ legal systems and hopes France will bring any guilty parties to justice.
(Reuters Business Report) – Russian model Alisa Krylova is a regular at her local beauty salon in Moscow.
It’s a luxury she isn’t giving up.
But tough economic conditions are forcing her and many other rich Russians to make concessions.
Miss Universe Japan hopeful of bringing about change in Japan despite facing criticism for being multiracial.
Women’s rights activists carry the coffin of an Afghan woman who was beaten to death and set alight after being accused of burning pages of the Koran, as she is buried in Kabul.
The “tide of the century” leaves thousands of tourists disappointed in the seaside resort of Saint-Malo on France’s Brittany coast.
A nine-year-old Bolivian child prodigy, who also happens to be blind, captivates crowds during a performance at the World Bank in Washington D.C.