Latest articles belonging to Asia-Pacific.
Two men who fled Bali after murdering Australian businessman Robert Ellis have been found guilty of premeditated murder and sentenced to 15 years' jail.
An Australian man who responded to a campaign for a missing Bali girl will help police with their investigation into her adopted family.
A third personhas died after suffering horrific burns in a fireball that engulfed spectators at an event at a Taiwan water park.
Authorities in the Philippines are trying to trace hundreds of people who came in contact with a foreigner who tested positive to the MERS virus.
Documents sent to Malaysia's attorney general pave the way for possible criminal charges against Prime Minister Najib Razak.
Researchers say rats that exercise daily just fly through their rat to-do-lists at a much quicker pace.
Latest articles belonging to Middle-East.
Activists say Syrian rebels led by the al-Nusra Front have seized a government post west of Aleppo.
Egypt's army said on Wednesday more than 100 militants and 17 soldiers were killed in simultaneous attacks on military checkpoints in North Sinai, in the most...
The bomber who blew himself up inside a mosque in Kuwait last week had arrived in the country only hours before.
Kuwait authorities say the suicide bomber behind the deadly attack on a Shi'ite mosque entered the country that very day.
A suicide bomber has killed 27 people inside a packed Shi'ite Muslim mosque in Kuwait city during Friday prayers, the first attack of its kind in the major oil...
A mass funeral will be held in Kuwait for the 26 people killed in a suicide bombing at a Shi'ite mosque that has been claimed by Islamic State.
Latest articles belonging to Europe.
The biological age of 38-year-olds who took part in the study ranged from 28 to 61.
Australian Gill Hicks, who lost her legs in the 2005 London bombings, has praised the people who risked their lives to rescue her.
Grey squirrels have surprised British researchers with the speed at which they can solve a puzzle involving hidden hazelnuts.
A number of drownings have been reported across Germany as a heatwave left the country sweltering through its hottest day on record.
Latest articles belonging to Africa.
Joseph Kony, the fugitive leader of the Lord's Resistance Army, is said to be ill - possibly suffering from diabetes.
More than a tonne of confiscated ivory and rhino horn will be destroyed by authorities in Mozambique as a blow against poaching, a conservation group says.
IS jihadists have launched a wave of attacks against military checkpoints in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, killing at least 15 soldiers.
A teenage boy has died from Ebola in Liberia - more than a month after the country was declared Ebola free.
Egypt's top public prosecutor was killed by a car bomb attack on his convoy on Monday, the most senior state official to die at the hands of militants since the...
Latest articles belonging to North America.
Lawyers for Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have applied for a new trial, saying it is "required in the interests of justice".
Oreo Thins are being added to Mondelez International's permanent lineup as the company goes for a "grown-up" snack.
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton accused China on Saturday of stealing commercial secrets and "huge amounts of government information," and...
A leaping sturgeon has struck and killed a five-year-old girl in a boat on Florida's Suwanne River.
A man in a wheelchair, who is said to have robbed a New York bank, was recognised from police images when he went to a hospital two days after the theft.
Latest articles belonging to South America.
A video has emerged of a stowaway cat holding on for dear life onboard an open air flight in South America. And it’s fur real.
Doctors have discovered a calcified foetus inside a 92-year-old woman in Chile.
Police in Colombia have arrested a woman from Honduras with breast implants containing 1.5 kilograms of liquid cocaine.
Authorities say the death toll in the Colombian mudslide has risen to 83, with the number of people still missing unclear.
Eighty-six-year-old General Manuel Contreras has racked up 500 years in prison sentences as the former chief of a fear spy agency in Chile.