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Amnesty International has withdrawn its highest honour from Burmese leader Aung San Suu Kyi in light of what it said was the Nobel Peace Prize laureate’s “shameful betrayal of the values she once stood for”.
The death toll from the wildfire that incinerated the Californian town of Paradise and surrounding areas has climbed to 29 as crews continue searching for bodies in the smouldering ruins.
Palestinian militants have bombarded Israel with dozens of rockets and mortar shells.
A Wisconsin school district is investigating a photograph of a group of high school boys giving what appears to be a Nazi salute.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has became the first Western leader to acknowledge his country had heard recordings of the killing of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.
Parisian couturier Jean Paul Gaultier has become the latest fashion designer to shun the use of fur in his designs.
The man at the centre of the scandal at the academy that awards the Nobel Prize in literature has arrived at a Swedish appeals court in a bid to overturn his rape conviction and prison sentence.
Scores of Greek and Turkish Cypriots have walked through a newly-opened crossing point in the south-eastern village of Dherynia.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has said much more needs to be done to achieve gender equality in Germany.
The United Nations refugee agency has cautioned against returning ethnic Rohingya Muslims to Burma from Bangladesh, urging that officials be allowed to assess whether it is safe for them to return.
US Vice President Mike Pence has arrived in Tokyo to discuss North Korea and other issues with Japanese officials before heading to two regional summits.
Benjamin Netanyahu has rushed back to Israel, hours after an army officer and seven Palestinians – including a local Hamas commander – were killed after an incursion by special forces into the Gaza Strip.
A warplane from the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier has crashed into the sea northeast of the Philippines.
A homeless man who rammed a shopping trolley at a knife-wielding attacker who was threatening police in Melbourne is being hailed and rewarded for his actions.
Pakistan’s government struggling with a crisis surrounding a Christian woman acquitted of blasphemy charges after eight years on death row says it is having to deal with fake images on social media purporting to show her leaving the country.
Donald Trump did not want to disrupt Paris roads with a last-minute motorcade to a cemetery in northern France, the White House has said.
A former strawberry farm supervisor retaliated over a workplace grievance by putting needles into the fruit, sparking recalls that devastated the industry in Australia, a court has heard.
The death toll from a wildfire in Northern California has risen by six to 29, matching the deadliest in state history.
A fresh wave of fighting has erupted in the Gaza Strip, leaving an Israeli soldier and seven Palestinians dead.
At least six Palestinians have been killed as a fresh wave of fighting erupted between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip on Sunday.
Gabonese President Ali Bongo Ondimba is recovering from an undisclosed illness in Saudi Arabia and still performing his duties, according to a statement released on Sunday amid mounting speculation about his health.
World leaders solemnly marked the end of the slaughter of the First World War 100 years ago at commemorations that drove home the message “never again” but also exposed the globe’s new political fault lines.
Authorities called in a mobile DNA lab and anthropologists to help identify the dead as the search went on for victims of the most destructive wildfire in Californian history.
Poland’s president and prime minister led an Independence Day march on Sunday which included members of nationalist organisations, the first time Polish state officials have marched with the far-right groups.
Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered seven Pharaonic Age tombs near the capital Cairo containing dozens of cat mummies along with wooden statues depicting other animals and birds.
World leaders have gathered to mark the end of World War One 100 years ago, turning Paris into the epicentre of global commemorations that drove home a powerful message: never again.
At least one topless woman ran out towards President Donald Trump’s motorcade as he travelled to the Arc de Triomphe for a ceremony commemorating the 100th anniversary of the end of World War One.
President Donald Trump has joined French President Emmanuel Macron and other world leaders to mark 100 years since the end of World War One.
Poland is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its rebirth as an independent state with events across the country, including marches and the national hymn being sung publicly in more than 600 towns.
Commemorations are under way around the world to mark the moment 100 years ago when World War One finally ended.