EU considering extending Brexit transition period in effort to reach border deal
21% of obese teens think they are right weight
Canada legalises recreational marijuana
U.S. top diplomat says Saudis committed to complete probe into journalist's disappearance
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US Navy research vessel docks in Taiwan amid China tensions
Water pollution in Iraq threatens Mandaean religious rites
Exclusive: UK traffickers using drugs to force people into slavery, report finds
Prospects for Swiss-EU treaty dim as talks yield no breakthrough
Afghanistan blast kills election candidate in southern province
Pompeo to meet President Erdogan, Turkish counterpart
Miguel Louw's alleged killer to appear in court
‘He’s HOODWINKING the public’ - ex-MI6 chief ATTACKS Theresa May’s top Brexit negotiator
The papers: £36m no-deal bill and Ant's 'intolerable' marriage
Rural Community Awards recognise women’s contribution
Charlie Condell: UK teenager in record attempt has bike stolen
Longer Brexit transition period would not hurt Europe: Asselborn
Khashoggi activists fear they will be targeted
Fighting in Kashmir's main city leaves 3 combatants dead
Commuters and holidaymakers face disruption this morning as Paddington station has been closed after damage to overhead wires.
Russia has signed at least 19 military cooperation deals with governments in sub-Saharan Africa since 2014, when it came under Western sanctions for annexing Crimea and stepped up efforts to diversify its economic and diplomatic partnerships.
Britain's government is not asking to extend the Brexit transition period, the BBC reported on Wednesday, after the European Union indicated it was ready to offer a one-year extension if it helps seal a post-Brexit trade deal.
When Central African Republic (CAR) pleaded for help last year to fight marauding militias, former colonial ruler France offered guns it had seized off Somalia. But Russia objected and donated its own weapons instead.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara on Wednesday following talks with Saudi Arabia's king and crown prince about the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
At least 11 people were shot dead in restive central Mali by unidentified gunmen, while a blast killed one person and injured two, sources say.
Namibian airport workers had a hard time trying to stop a runaway luggage train that was being blown across the tarmac on Sunday, a report says.
Cheryl Zondi, the first witness in trial of Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso, takes the stand for the third day in the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth.
The Bloemfontein SPCA has welcomed the guilty verdict for a man who slaughtered a dog, after it had been hit by a car.
When Lord Viscount Morpeth retired from his position as Chief Secretary for Ireland in 1841, the people of Ireland gave him a thank you note for his services. They pasted together thousands of pages, totaling 420-meters in length and signed by an estimate...
Mexico's Zapotecs are an indigenous community living in Oaxaca, Mexico. Before Spanish colonization, Zapotecan civilization was a thriving epicenter of food, culture and tradition. Today, chef Abigail Mendoza is on a mission to keep those traditions alive...
An embattled Democratic mayor from Massachusetts who was arrested last week on suspicion of fraud and tax cheat charges is refusing to step down, calling his arrest “politically motivated” hours before city councilors pushed back a debate on how to handle...