LONDON (Reuters) - British police declared a major incident on Sunday after an explosion destroyed a convenience store and a home in the central English city of Leicester.
There were reports of a suspected chlorine attack by government forces, with one child killed in eastern Ghouta and 11 people suffering symptoms.
A pub in Devon disappointed guests by cancelling a snail race as an arctic cold front hits much of Europe.
The war leader had a tryst with aristocrat Doris Castlerosse during the 1930s and aides feared he would be open to blackmail if anyone found out
The eight-time Olympic gold medallist previously expressed his desire to play for Manchester United once he retired from the track
The Citizens beat Arsenal 3-0 in the first cup final of the season at Wembley to earn Guardiola his first trophy for City as manager
China edged closer to a return to one-man rule as the Communist Party prepared constitutional changes that would allow Xi Jinping to serve as president indefinitely.
Gun rights lobby group tries to play down possible rift with the president, saying proposals to raise age limit 'just things that he's discussing right now'
Mexico and Canada aim to finish reworking less contentious chapters of the NAFTA trade deal with the United States in new talks that began Sunday.
Newly minted baseball player Tim Tebow has been playing it safe at spring training this week after he sprained his ankle in a freak accident on the field.
Austrian cross-country skier Teresa Stadlober was well on her way to a silver medal at the Pyeongchang Games.
U.S. Olympian Gus Kenworthy was not pleased to see Ivanka Trump at the closing ceremony to the 2018 Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.