Britain’s finance minister says he will resign on Wednesday.
At least eight people have been killed in a bomb attack in Pakistan.
Police in Hong Kong are bracing for another mass protest.
Ukrainians have started casting their votes in a snap parliamentary election.
The US Secretary of State will meet with Mexico's Foreign Minister on Sunday to discuss migration and trade.
Three separate wildfires have hit central Portugal, forcing authorities to partially evacuate a village.
There will be no British Airways flights to and from Cairo for the next week.
Joe Biden has compared Donald Trump to a prominent supporter of racial segregation.
Lawmakers in the US have demanded Puerto Rico’s governor to step down.
The man who designed the famous Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur has died.
A dangerous heatwave is sweeping across North America.
The USA is set to deploy troops to Saudi Arabia.
An ex-National Security Agency (NSA) contractor has been sentenced to nine years in prison.
Brazil's President says the country's space institute is lying about how bad deforestation is in the Amazon.
Parts of Athens are without power after a 5.1 magnitude earthquake shook the Greek capital.
Donald Trump has launched a fresh attack on four minority congresswomen.
The European Earthquake Monitoring Centre recorded the quake's epicentre at 22 km northwest of the Greek capital city.
A lawyer for the former South African President says he felt Mr. Zuma was being questioned unfairly.
A Chicago police panel announced the decision over the 2014 killing of 17-year-old Laquan McDonald.
Japanese police have identified the detained suspect as Shinji Aoba but he has not yet been arrested.
15 people have been killed after a minibus filled with illegal migrants crashed in Turkey.
Protesters have taken to the streets in Ethiopia to declare a new region.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has been arrested.
Three French soldiers have been killed by toxic fumes in Guyana.
We now know when Chandrayaan-2 will be launched in to space.
An attempt to impeach US President Donald Trump has failed.
More than 30 people have died after a fire broke out at an animation studio in Japan.
The World Health Organization has declared the Ebola crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo as an international emergency.
Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán has been sentenced to life in prison plus 30 years.
There are concerns over food and water supplies in areas of south Asia that have been hit by major floods.
An aide of India's most wanted criminal has been arrested in Mumbai.
A 12-year-old boy managed to slip through security to board a flight without a passport, boarding pass or adults at London's Heathrow Airport.
The US government has slapped sanctions on four of Myanmar's top generals.
Pakistani authorities have arrested a high ranking militant leader.
Sudan's ruling military council and opposition leaders have signed a crucial power-sharing agreement.
In Puerto Rico, Governor Ricardo Rossello has vowed he will stay in office despite growing protests calling for him to step down.
An ex-president of Peru who's been accused of bribery has been arrested in the US.
Ursula von der Leyen is the new president of the EU Commission.
The US House of Representatives has passed a resolution officially condemning US President Trump's recent verbal attacks on four congresswomen.
A 100-year-old residential building has collapsed in Mumbai, killing at least three people and trapping dozens.
North Korea says denuclearisation talks will be at risk if military exercises between the United States and South Korea go ahead.
More than 100 people are now known to have been killed in flooding across south Asia.
An undersea earthquake measuring 6.1 in magnitude has struck off the coast of the Indonesian island of Bali.
A new study by the United Nations has found that world hunger is on the rise.
The United Nations has called on the international community to do more to tackle Ebola.
An earthquake measuring magnitude 6.4 has struck off Papua New Guinea.
Four children in Australia have been found safe after they took one of their parents cars and drove over 900 kilometres away.
Donald Trump has been accused of racism for comments he's made about a group of congresswomen from minority ethnic backgrounds.
Bones found off a beach on Australia's east coast are believed to be the remains of a missing backpacker.
At least 75 people are now known to have died due to flash floods across Nepal, Bangladesh and northeastern India.
India's space agency called off the launch of its second moon mission less than an hour before takeoff due to a technical issue.
A 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck the Indonesian city of Ternate on Sunday.
Authorities in the UK have reportedly identified the suspect behind the leaked memo that provoked a diplomatic spat with President Donald Trump.
Flash floods and landslides in Nepal triggered by monsoon rains left at least 47 people dead and 29 others missing.
An earthquake of magnitude 6.6 has struck west of Australia's beach resort of Broome.
Power has now been restored in New York after a partial blackout Saturday disrupted subway services and impacted more than 70,000 homes and businesses.
Hong Kong protesters are set to rally for a second day on Sunday, targetting mainland Chinese tourists in the town of Sha Tin.
Indonesia’s President and opposition leader have met for the first time since a bruising election.
Five people have been hospitalized on the seventh day of the Pamplona bull run in Spain.
New Zealanders have started handing over their guns.
A US service member has been killed in Afghanistan.
A famous monument in Paris was stormed by migrants fighting for the right to remain in France.
A police investigation has been launched in to the alleged leak of emails from the former UK ambassador in the US.
A large earthquake has hit Japan.
A state of emergency has been declared in Louisiana as a huge tropical storm nears landfall.
At least 26 people have been killed after a hotel in southern Somalia was attacked.
India has handed over 250 prefabricated houses to the Rohingya Muslims.
Greece has become the latest country to recognize Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido as the leader of the country.
The son of former South African president Jacob Zuma has been found not guilty of homicide and negligent driving.
10 people have been killed in Russia after jeep sank in a river.
16 foreigners have been arrested in China for using drugs.
At least five people have been killed at a wedding party in Afghanistan.
It seems dead birds are falling from the sky in Southern Australia.
Brazil’s president has left the door open for his son to become the country’s new ambassador to the US.
At least 35 people have been injured after major turbulence rocked a flight from Vancouver to Sydney.
More than 60 people have died as heavy rain and floods continue to sweep through large parts of southern and central China.
Donald Trump has ended his bid to add a question on citizenship to the 2020 US census questionnaire.
A major fire has broken out at a power station in the Moscow region on Thursday, with flames surging 50 metres into the sky.
A passenger train rammed into a stationary freight train in Pakistan's eastern province, killing at least 11 people and injuring 60 others.
Nearly 800,000 people have been evacuated across parts of China as torrential rain and floods continue to disrupt train services and destroy homes.
A man has been arrested for climbing Buckingham Palace's front gates in the middle of the night, while the Queen was in residence.
At least six people have been killed and more than 100 others injured after gale-force winds, rain and hailstorms lashed northern Greece late Wednesday.
A Smartwings passenger plane was forced to make an emergency landing shortly after takeoff at Budapest's Liszt Ferenc Airport on Thursday.
Ukraine has announced its intention to turn the area surrounding Chernobyl into a tourist site.
Kim Darroch has resigned as Britain's ambassador to Washington following a row over leaked emails criticising US President Trump.
A trainee airport technician died after being trapped in the main landing gear door while carrying out regular maintenance work in the Indian city of Kolkata.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel was seen shaking as she met Finland's visiting prime minister on Wednesday, amid growing fears for her health.
At least 18 people have been killed in a tribal massacre in a remote village in Papua New Guinea.
Pakistani TV news anchor Mureed Abbas has been shot dead outside a cafe in Karachi.
The Mexican border city of Nuevo Laredo received its first foreign migrants as part of the 'Remain in Mexico' programme.
UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has hit out at US President Donald Trump, calling him "disrespectful" in an envoy row.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has said the controversial extradition bill "is dead", admitting that the government's work had been a "total failure".
Four foreigners have been detained in Malaysia on suspicion of being involved in militant groups.
As many as 176 serving military officers will be arrested in Turkey over suspected links to the network that Ankara says was behind a failed coup in 2016.
Two Barbary lion cubs have made their public debut at Czech Republic's Dvur Kralove Safari Park and Zoo.
President Donald Trump has attacked the UK Ambassador to the US after leaked emails revealed that Kim Darroch had called his administration "inept".
A court in Nepal has sentenced a former UN aid worker from Canada on charges of child abuse.
A dangerous flash flood emergency hit Washington DC, leaving several drivers to abandon their cars and delaying subway lines during Monday rush hour.
The son of a high-profile South Korean to defect to North Korea has arrived in the North to "permanently resettle".
International Criminal Court judges on Monday convicted former Congolese military leader Bosco "Terminator" Ntaganda of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Greece's snap general election has been won by the centre-right New Democracy party.
Venezuela's opposition and representatives of President Nicolas Maduro's government are set to meet this week in Barbados in a bid to end months of political instability.
Several flights to the Indian city of Mumbai have been delayed and three more diverted after the airport was briefly shut due to heavy rain and poor visibility.
Malta has allowed a group of 65 migrants rescued off Libya to disembark on its territory after being denied access to Italian territorial waters.
At least 29 people have been killed when a Delhi-bound double-decker passenger bus plunged into a gorge in India's Uttar Pradesh.
Authorities in Indonesia have lifted a tsunami warning after a weekend earthquake of magnitude 6.9 struck off the northeastern coast of Sulawesi.
At least eight Afghan security force members and six civilians have been killed after Taliban militants triggered a car bomb in central Ghazni during Sunday rush hour.
Residents in Southern California are bracing for dangerous aftershocks following Friday's powerful quake, as crews continued to assess the aftermath.
Three people have been gored at the opening bull run of the nine-day San Fermin festival in the Spanish city of Pamplona.
Daughter of former Pakistan premier Nawaz Sharif has claimed that an accountability court judge confessed he had been "blackmailed" to convict her father.
Nepal has refused permission for Tibetans to mark exiled spiritual leader Dalai Lama's birthday over security concerns.
A suspected gas explosion has ripped through a shopping mall in Florida, leaving 21 people wounded.
Hong Kong protesters now plan to take their message to Chinese tourists as they try to keep up pressure on the city's leaders to scrap the controversial extradition bill.
North Korea says the Australian student who was released after spending a week in detention earlier this week was guilty of spying.
The son of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle is expected to be baptised later on Saturday.
Two soldiers have been killed in an accidental blast at a military base in Azerbaijan.
The former chief executive of a Mexican state oil company has been accused of corruption.
Shinzo Abe’s coalition is poised to a win a majority in a July 21 upper house election.
The US state of Alaska has just experienced its hottest ever day on record.
US President Donald Trump's administration is still trying to put a question about citizenship on the 2020 US census.
A second, more powerful earthquake has hit Southern California.
The ancient Mesopotamian city of Babylon is now a Unesco World Heritage Site.
The Australian student who was released after spending a week in detention in North Korea says he wants to return to "normal life."
A Virgin Atlantic flight from New York to London had to make an emergency landing in Boston after a fire broke out on board.
Hong Kong’s leader has asked to speak to students in the city in a closed-door meeting.
Military leaders in Sudan have reached an agreement with the country’s opposition alliance.
Fires and widespread damage have been reported in Southern California after the state was hit by its worst earthquake in recent times.
Donald Trump has lavished praise on the US military as part of a contentious Independence Day event in Washington.
A tanker that was carrying crude oil to Syria has been detained in Gibraltar.
Dozens of people are feared dead after the boat they were travelling on capsized off the coast of Tunisia.
An Australian student has been released after spending a week in detention in North Korea.
Senator Ronald Dela Rosa has defended the killing of a 3-year-old during a sting operation, saying families of suspected drug pushers sometimes make up stories.
A man has been detained in China for pouring a bottle of water over Baidu CEO Robin Li at a company event.
A volcano on the Italian island of Stromboli erupted on Wednesday, killing at least one person and causing fires around the village of Ginostra.
Evacuation orders for more than a million people in southern Japan continue to be in place despite the rains easing in most parts.
Australia's competition regulator is suing the local unit of South Korea's Samsung over a misleading "water resistant" advertisement.
If you faced issues accessing your Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp accounts on Wednesday, then you are not alone.
Rahul Gandhi has resigned as leader of India's main opposition Congress party, taking responsibility for the party's defeat in the recent general election.
Indian authorities have airlifted the bodies of seven climbers killed in an avalanche on the country's second highest mountain, Nanda Devi.
Nearly 800,000 people in southwestern Japan have been ordered to evacuate as torrential rain threatened to cause landslides and flooding.
Militant Aymen Smiri blew himself up on Tuesday evening after security forces surrounded him in the Tunisian capital's Intilaka neighbourhood.
At least two people have been killed and two more injured after an unidentified person opened fire at Lahore's Allama Iqbal International Airport on Wednesday.
At least six people have been killed and 18 more reported missing after heavy rainfall led to a breach in the Tiware dam in western India late Tuesday.
EU leaders have nominated German defence minister, Ursula von der Leyen, as the next European Commission president.
At least 40 people have been killed and 80 others wounded by an air strike that hit a migrant detention centre in Libya.
At least 50 people have been killed in Nigeria when a petrol tanker crashed off the road and exploded as people gathered fuel.
At least 31 people have died in rain-related accidents in India's financial capital of Mumbai, forcing authorities to declare a public holiday on Tuesday.
Imprisoned lawmaker Juan Requesens accused of an attempt to assassinate Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro will face trial.
An attack on a military camp near the town of Inates in western Niger has left 16 soldiers dead.
A 5.9-magnitude earthquake has struck Philippines' Bohol province in the early hours of Tuesday.
A member of the French Senate has called out Qatar for allowing individuals who sponsor terrorism to use its banking system to carry out their transactions.
Facebook evacuated four buildings as officials determined what caused its Silicon Valley mail facility to test positive for the nerve agent sarin.
Hong Kong's chief executive Carrie Lam has condemned the "extreme use of violence" of protesters who stormed and vandalised a local government building.
EU leaders suspended a summit on Monday after failing to reach a deal on how to fill the bloc's top jobs.
A small Japanese fleet caught their first whales on Monday in the first commercial hunt in more than three decades.
Afghan security forces are battling Taliban gunmen after they stormed into a building in Kabul early Monday, wounding as many as 100 people.
North Korea has described the meeting between its leader Kim Jong-Un and US President Donald Trump as 'historic" and "amazing".
A freak hail storm has struck in one of Mexico's largest cities, burying vehicles under a thick layer of ice.
At least 33 people have died and 22 others injured after a bus fell into a gorge in the India's Kashmir on Monday.
Riot police clashed with thousands of protestors in Hong Kong, as it marked the 22nd anniversary of its return to Chinese rule.
All 10 people aboard a plane that crashed into a hangar at Addison Airport in Texas shortly after takeoff, have been confirmed dead.
A 73-year-old American hiker who had been missing for a week in a forest in California has been found alive.
There are moments where Chikay is always in for new adventures and experiments! In this month's Cheeky Checker, Chikay wore a "WORK UNIFORM" for a month. At first, she is unsure if she can pull it off but thank goodness she did!
The summer hit won't matter and can't stop our kababayans in doing some family fun under the hit of the sun. The TGN Team Keri Belle & Papa Dom went to Laguna Water Park @ La Mer Beach, Dubai to add some fun for the Kabayan Weekend.
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