In the wake of Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland’s bombshell testimony, US President Donald Trump ferociously defended himself.
Riot police in Hong Kong continue to surround the university campus, where fewer than 100 protesters continue to remain holed in.
British Airways blamed an unspecified technical issue for the delays and disruptions it has suffered on Thursday.
Iraqi security forces fired tear gas canisters at anti-government protesters near two key bridges in Baghdad on Thursday, leaving two people dead.
North Korea's Kim Jong-Un has rejected an invitation to attend a summit in Seoul with Southeast Asian nations next week.
The Philippines has announced a ban on e-cigarettes and ordered the arrest people caught vaping in public.
The US-born giant panda Bei Bei has left his home at Washington's National Zoo for China.
A truck carrying 25 migrants in a “refrigerated container” has been found on a cargo ferry travelling from the Netherlands to the UK.
The last lot of protesters trapped inside a Hong Kong university searched for escape routes as authorities appeared to be "waiting them out".
An earthquake of magnitude 6.3 struck off Mexico's southern state of Chiapas on Tuesday.
Two United States service members have been killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan on Wednesday.
The Taliban have freed an American and an Australian held hostage since 2016 in exchange for three imprisoned senior militants.
Sydney's air quality plummeted on Tuesday as a thick blanket of bushfire smoke clogged the city.
Pakistan's former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has left for London in an air ambulance after the Lahore High Court approved his travel.
At least 24 soldiers have been killed after terrorists launched an attack in eastern Mali.
China has said Hong Kong courts held no authority to rule on constitutional matters in the city.
Four Indian soldiers and two civilians have died after an avalanche struck the Siachen glacier in Indian-administered Kashmir.
North Korea said it will not offer anything for US President Donald Trump to brag about without receiving anything in return.
Seven members of a poetry group in Myanmar have had their jail term extended for mocking the military.
Hong Kong police have stormed a university that protesters had barricaded after a fiery overnight stand-off.
Iraq's Umm Qasr commodities port near Basra has been blocked once again by anti-government protesters.
Two Australian politicians who have been denied entry to China have refused to withdraw their criticism of the country.
At least four people have been killed after a gunman opened fire at a football game party in California's Fresno city.
Sri Lanka's election commission on Sunday declared former defence secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa as the winner of the presidential election.
Several cities in Italy have been put on high alert as Venice is braced for another exceptional high tide.
A heatwave forecast for Australia this week is expected to fan wildfires that have already claimed several lives and destroyed hundreds of homes.
The US and South Korea have decided to postpone upcoming military drills in a possible effort to restart denuclearisation talks with North Korea.
Hong Kong protesters shot bows and hurled petrol bombs from a barricaded university campus on Sunday.
A gas pipeline has exploded in the Bangladeshi port city of Chittagong, leaving at least seven people dead and eight more injured.
Sri Lanka's former wartime defence chief Gotabaya Rajapaksa is set to become president after his main rival conceded defeat on Sunday.
Bolivian security forces clashed with supporters of former President Evo Morales, leaving at least five people dead and dozens more injured.
The 16-year-old gunman who shot himself after killing two classmates and wounding three others has died at a hospital.
Four mayors in Turkey have been removed from their posts following a government crackdown against pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party.
Sri Lankans are headed to the polls to choose a new president, seven months after the devastating Easter Sunday terror attacks.
More than a hundred Rohingya Muslim refugees have been rescued by the Bangladesh coast guard.
Workers at South African Airways (SAA) are not happy.
Deval Patrick is the latest US Democrat to join the race for the 2020 presidential election.
More bushfires are expected to be ravage eastern Australia as temperatures in the region continue to rise.
An elderly man has died in Hong Kong after getting caught up in protests.
Two students have been killed after a gunman opened fire at a secondary school in California.
Anti-government protesters paralysed parts of Hong Kong for a fourth day on Thursday, forcing Chinese students from the mainland to flee their campuses.
Two people have been killed as security forces in Baghdad used live rounds and shot tear gas canisters at crowds of protesters.
A top US diplomat in Ukraine and a senior State Department official have testified in the impeachment inquiry into US President Donald Trump.
Two students have been killed and three more injured after their 19-year-old classmate opened fire at a Russian college on Thursday.
More than 70 political prisoners will be released on bail in Cambodia as Prime Minister Hua Sen faces global pressure to improve his human rights record.
The mayor of Venice has declared a state of emergency after the second-highest tide recorded on Tuesday left much of the city underwater.
Fiery clashes erupted across the city, with security chief John Lee cautioning "unthinkable" consequences if the violence continued.
Evacuation orders are in place for several communities in Australia as firefighters struggle to contain more than 150 bushfires raging across the east coast.
At least six people have been injured after the attacker blew himself up outside the police headquarters in Indonesia's Medan city on Wednesday.
Bolivian senator Jeanine Áñez has seized office as the South American country’s interim president after Evo Morales fled to Mexico.
An explosion near the Afghan interior ministry in Kabul on Wednesday has left seven people dead and seven more injured.
Schools and universities remained shut in Hong Kong on Tuesday as anti-government protesters rallied in the Central business district for a second day.
Banks and schools in Lebanon remained shut on Tuesday as a new wave of anti-government protests kicked off in the country.
The Dutch state will appeal against a court ruling ordering it to take back dozens of IS children.
An attack in the Syrian capital of Damascus early Tuesday has left two people dead and six more wounded.
Bolivia's ousted president Evo Morales has accepted political asylum in Mexico a day after announcing his decision to step down.
At least 15 people have been killed and more than 40 others injured when two trains collided in eastern Bangladesh early Tuesday.
A 21-year-old protester is in a critical condition after he was shot with a live round by a police officer in Hong Kong early Monday.
Air quality in India's capital city dipped to "'very poor'' category again on Monday, after a weekend of clearer air and better weather.
A state of emergency has been declared across Australia's east coast, with authorities urging residents in highrisk areas to evacuate immediately.
The death toll from Cyclone Bulbul rose to 12 in Bangladesh, with officials adding that five fishermen are still unaccounted for.
At least three anti-government protesters have been shot dead in the southern city of Nassiriya after Iraqi forces opened fire to disperse a crowd.
At least six people have been killed and 36 fishermen reported missing as Cyclone Bulbul lashed Bangladesh overnight.
A court in Cambodia has lifted the house arrest of opposition leader Kem Sokha, more than two years after he was charged with treason.
In a dramatic turn of events, Pakistan's former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's plans to fly to London for medical treatment has hit a roadblock.
Australian firefighters are racing towards containing widespread bushfires that have left three people dead.
Hong Kong protesters are planning to hold rallies across major shopping malls on Sunday as the pro-democracy movement refuses to die down.
Security across the Indian state of Utter Pradesh has been tightened to ensure no violence breaks out following the ruling on the disputed holy site in Ayodhya.
Brazil’s former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has been freed after more than 18 months in prison over corruption charges.
At least two people have been killed and over 150 homes destroyed as bushfires raged across eastern Australia.
Pakistan will allow former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to leave the country for medical treatment.
Hong Kong protesters are planning a 24th straight weekend of pro-democracy rallies as anger deepens against the police over the death of a student.
Dozens of people are feared to be missing in Burkina Faso a day after 37 people were ambushed and killed near a Canadian-run mine.
Jeff Sessions wants his Senate seat in Alabama back.
The death of a student has sparked more protests in Hong Kong.
Brazil's ex-President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva could soon be freed from custody.
Cambodia's self-exiled opposition leader has been prevented from checking-in for a flight from Paris.
A women has been denied immigrant status in the Canadian province of Quebec after failing to prove that she was adequate in French.
Michael Bloomberg is thinking about running for president of the USA.
France's President has hit out at Nato.
The first victims of a Mormon community who were ambushed by a gunman earlier this week have been laid to rest in Mexico.
Former Congolese military leader Bosco Ntaganda has been handed a 30-year jail sentence for a series of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
French police have started to clear two huge migrant tent camps in Paris, a day after the government announced tighter immigration policies.
About 1,000 students in Hong Kong staged a protest at their graduation ceremony, ultimately forcing the educators to cut it short.
Two Australians have died in a climbing accident on a mountain range near the city of Queenstown in New Zealand's South Island.
Gunmen attacked a convoy of Canadian gold miner Semafo's employees in eastern Burkina Faso, killing at least 37 people and wounding 60 others.
One person has been arrested after he launched a knife attack on a group of tourists in the Jordanian city of Jerash.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's election campaign has come under the scanner for promoting a doctored video clip of a rival politician.
In a surprising move, Philippines' Vice President Leni Robredo has accepted President Rodrigo Duterte's offer of a lead role in his war on drugs.
The collapse of a dam that killed at least 250 people in Brazil could have been prevented if its owner had reported defects to the authorities.
A Chinese pilot has been banned from flying after a photo of a female passenger sitting in the cockpit went viral on social media.
At least 15 people have been killed after suspected separatist insurgents stormed a security checkpoint in Thailand's southern province of Yala.
Armed men wearing masks attacked an outpost on the Tajik-Uzbek border in an overnight operation, leaving 17 people dead.
Italy is set to be the world's first country to make "sustainability and climate change as the centre of the education model".
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has appointed his main political rival Leni Robredo, his "drugs tsar".
The United States has begun the formal process of withdrawing from the 2015 Paris climate agreement.
Hong Kong has expressed deep regret at the participation of civil servants in the pro-democracy rally despite a warning to remain politically neutral.
The sister of dead IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi has been captured in northern Syria.
At least five members of a family have been killed in a shooting attack in the Mexican border state of Sonora.
Despite Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi's plea to end anti-government protests, thousands gathered at Baghdad's Tahrir Square on Monday.
Hundreds of anti-government protesters blocked roads in Beirut and in other parts of Lebanon, in a bid to press for political change.
Eight people have been arrested in Vietnam in connection with 39 people found dead in the back of a truck near London last month.
Authorities in the Indian capital on Monday introduced the "odd-even" car rationing scheme in a bid to cut hazardous air pollution shrouding the city.
Two people have been critically injured in Hong Kong after a brutal knife attack ended another chaotic day of political unrest in the city.
An investigation has been launched after 33 people were wounded when a Paris-to-London bus overturned in France.
McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook has been fired over a consensual relationship with an employee.
Airbnb is cracking down on unauthorised house parties following a shooting at a rental home in California that left five people dead.
Iraqi protesters have started to block roads in Baghdad as they push for a change to the political system.
Thailand officially reopened the Tham Luang cave for the first time since the dramatic rescue of 12 boys and their football coach last year.
El Salvador has ordered Venezuela's diplomats to leave the country within 48 hours.
Some 31 migrants, reportedly from Pakistan, have been caught hidden in a lorry in southern France.
Severe smog continued to choke the Indian capital of New Delhi on Sunday morning, with the Air Quality Index touching 625 and reducing visibility significantly.
China's state-owned Xinhua News Agency has condemned the "barbaric acts of mobs" on its office in Hong Kong by protesters.
It hasn't taken long for Donald Trump to rip into Beto O'Rourke.
Spain will now play host to a series of United Nations climate talks in December.
Answers are beginning to emerge about what caused a mysterious oil spill that has stained Brazil's coastline for the last month.
An Uber driver who was convicted of assaulting and killing a British embassy worker has been given the death penalty.
Beto O'Rourke has dropped out of the race to the White House.
Palm Beach will now be the permanent place of residence of US President Donald Trump and his family.
The move comes as air pollution levels reach an all time high in the city.
Massive wildfires spanning 50 kilometers continue to burn across Southern Brazil.
The US is withholding $105 million Dollars in security aid for Lebanon.
Enough votes have been secured to take the next steps in an impeachment inquiry against US President Donald Trump.
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