The Ecuadorian government has temporarily cut internet access for the WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who has been living in its London embassy for four years.
Hollywood’s golden couple –Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie– are to divorce after 12 years together.
The US President, Barack Obama, has announced plans to dramatically expand a marine reserve off the coast of Hawaii.
British cycling's Olympic golden couple Jason Kenny and Laura Trott have ridden into the record books.
President Obama has said the Republican nominee Donald Trump is unfit to be president and questioned why party leaders still support his candidacy.
The UK government's Home Secretary Theresa May will become the country's next prime minister.
Now that it's orbiting Jupiter, Juno will start studying how the gas giant was formed.
As the EU cracks down on people arriving in Greece from Turkey more and more people are risking their lives on the merciless route across the Sahara to Libya.
Hillary Clinton has claimed victory in the race to become the Democratic Party's candidate for the White House.
Rail workers have gone on strike in France as nationwide protests continue over the government's plans to reform labour law.
The story of how two lost cities of ancient Egypt were rediscovered is being told in a major new exhibition at the British Museum in London.
The White House is saying President Obama will not apologise for the American atomic bomb attack on Hiroshima when he visits later this month.
South Yorkshire police admitted they had got the policing of the match 'catastrophically wrong'.
Amnesty Internasional mengatakan terjadi peningkatan dramatis catatan hukuman mati tahun lalu, yang terbesar dalam seperempat abad. Indonesia pada peringkat sembilan.
The Swedish car maker, Volvo, is about to start recruiting 100 people to commute to work next year in driverless cars.