New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she won't use the name of an Australian man behind the Christchurch terror attack in a bid to deny him notoriety.Read More
An explosion at the crater of Mexico's Popocatepetl volcano has hurled incandescent rock about 2.5km down its slopes.Read More
On the grass outside a church in New Zealand lie 50 pairs of white shoes, each representing one of the lives lost in a mass shooting at two mosques in the community just a few days ago.Read More
Camel owners in Egypt have used robots in races for the first time, drawing big attention near the eastern city of Ismailia.Read More
Scientists have completed the first phase of an ambitious expedition to explore changes taking place beneath the waves of the Indian Ocean.Read More
Britain's largest bronze sculpture - a giant figure of a crouching woman - glided into its new home in the coastal city of Plymouth, bolted onto the back of a sea barge.Read More
Emergency crews battled a large fire burning at a Houston petrochemical terminal that spread to eight storage tanks. Firefighters used foam to battle the blaze, which started Sunday morning at Intercontinental Terminals Company in Deer Park, about 24 kilometers southeast of Houston. ITC said the risk of explosion is "minimal" but crews were working to reduce the risk.Read More
Hundreds of local high school students honoured those killed in the Christchurch shooting with a traditional Maori song.Read More
Australians have travelled to New Zealand to help prepare Muslim victims for burial.Read More
The death toll from cyclone Idai in Mozambique and Zimbabwe has reached 120.Read More
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