A Canadian man who says he was unable to have sex for two years after an operation that left his penis shorter is suing the hospital.
Cate Blanchett and fellow actors have been left shocked after an apparent serial prankster dove beneath actress America Ferrera's dress at Cannes.
The latest version of Godzilla is soon set to hit cinema screens, but Japanese fans say their local hero is looking a little chubby.
Hustler founder Larry Flynt has been sending monthly copies of his magazine to every US Congress member since 1983.
A bronze statue of a homeless Jesus on a park bench has sparked controversy in a wealthy American suburb.
A police inquiry has been launched into a German store's sale of mugs that inadvertently featured an image of Hitler on them.
A New York-based food chain has banned Russia's Vladimir Putin from its restaurants, saying he'll be welcome back when he stops "picking on people".
Pakistani readers of the International New York Times were met with a half-empty front page on Sunday, after a cover story on Osama Bin Laden was removed.
A Facebook user posing as Prince Harry has conned an Austrian floor layer out of 30,000 euros by hiring him to help renovate Buckingham Palace.
A tiny Hong Kong shop measuring just 12 square metres has sold for more than $US23 million ($A25.56 million).
Mick Jagger says the Chinese censors banned the Rolling Stones' classic hit Honky Tonk Women when the band played in Shanghai.
The Brazilian city of Rio De Janeiro plans to ban procedures such as tail docking and removal of cat claws, as well as ear cropping for dogs.
A salesperson who ignored a "Do not knock" sign has cost their company thousands.
A patient at a British hospital got a rude shock when his bedside clock read "Die".
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A Sydney florist who had a broken bottle held to his throat moments before his attacker was shot dead says he is happy to be alive.
An English language program run out of a western Sydney high school is proving to be very effective for young refugees settling in the area.
A small green sponge discovered in dark, icy waters of the Pacific off Alaska could be the first effective weapon against pancreatic cancer, say researchers.
It won’t be long before Australian students will be following in the footsteps of Canadian coding prodigy Tanmay Bakshay.
Meet Aragog, the ‘dinner plate’ sized spider found lurking outside a south east Queensland home.
SBS World News takes a look at a community that has almost doubled in the last five years according to the latest census data released in June this year.
After a three day hearing, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal reserves its judgment on whether a Melbourne school discriminated against a five-year...