A device exploded near the SKAI TV building in the Greek capital early on Monday, smashing windows on six floors and causing extensive damage to the interior but no injuries.
Catriona Gray from the Philippines was crowned Miss Universe on Monday, the fourth time the Southeast Asian country has won the international beauty pageant.
Most base metals rose on Monday, starting the new week with cautious optimism that China and the United States will be able to resolve a trade row that has weighed on prices for most of this year, although weak economic indicators capped gains.
Somalia has closed an underground prison where the government has held extremist suspects and journalists, amid allegations of abuses against inmates, the security minister has said
The Canucks power play sinks the Oilers.
Nissan's board is meeting to pick a chairman to replace Carlos Ghosn, arrested last month on charges of violating financial regulations.
Discharge system ‘not fit for purpose’, numbers ‘underreported’
The cap worn by Michael Collins on the day he was gunned down at Beal na mBlath was removed from public display because blood and brain residue were visible on it.
Andrew Broad quits the government's frontbench after a woman made allegations to a magazine.
Twice as many high school students are using nicotine-tinged electronic cigarettes compared with last year
A coroner finds the foundation of a monument that fell and killed three-year-old Indy Lee Hendersen was "wholly inadequate", and recommends new standards for their construction.
There’s little evidence that the economic-development incentives offered by cities and states work—except for letting politicians crow.