A strong 6.3-magnitude earthquake rocked the Indonesian island of Lombok Sunday, sending people fleeing into the streets just two weeks after a quake which killed more than 460 people.
A veteran Australian rugby broadcaster said Sunday he regrets describing a Wallabies player as having a “golliwog” haircut during the first Bledisloe Test in Sydney.
A woman refused to leave her flooded house in India’s Kerala state without her 25 dogs, a rescuer said Saturday, as the death toll continued to rise.
Police found the bodies of his two daughters in an oil tank and his wife in a shallow grave at the oil drilling site outside Denver where he worked
Katie Stubblefield still has a long road to travel to get her life back but a year after the operation she has a face and can chew, swallow and breath independently again
The stars of the 1978 hit, which became one of the highest grossing musicals of all time, still see each other two to three times a year
Former UN chief Kofi Annan, who died on Saturday, lashed out at the state of global leadership in an exclusive interview with AFP last year, urging more cooperation to deal with terrorism, migration and climate change.
The head of the Italian infrastructure giant under fire over the deadly bridge collapse in Genoa said Saturday that 500 million euros will be made be available to help the city and to rebuild the viaduct.
Russian President Vladimir Putin attended the wedding of Austrian Foreign Minister Karin Kneissl on Saturday, in a visit that the opposition says has damaged Austria’s reputation for political neutrality.
She says it is the only way to stop in having tantrums
The trophy was given back to the 71-year-old, who still works out daily, by a peer who said it was the happiest moment of his life