The black bear knocked the woman down, bit her in the back and scratched her and later attacked a conservation officer.
International rights groups and opposition parties have condemned the announcement, highlighting the dire state of Zimbabwe's health service.
More than 1,000 agents took part in one of the biggest anti-paedophilia operations in Latin America.
A plan by the mayor of Sao Paulo to give children pellets made from leftovers has divided opinion in a city that struggles to feed lower-income residents.
An Ottawa man has been found not guilty of sexually assaulting his wife because he believed he had the right to have sex with her whenever he liked.
Bolivian Grover Macuchapi accused of profaning a corpse after allegedly being caught engaging in sexual act at hospital in La Paz.
BA has apologised to a family that got bitten by bed bugs on an overnight flight from Vancouver to London.
UK Border Force and the National Crime Agency rumbled Andrew McCollin's operation at Manchester Airport.
The arrest is part of a wider investigation into "alleged sexual offences in the field of education" in the country.
Daniel Macduff has sued Sunwing Airlines after it advertised a complimentary champagne toast but instead served him sparkling wine.
The Canadian province became the first place in North America to instute a ban effectively stopping Muslim women wearing the niqab or burqa from public services.
Reza Moazami files lawsuit against two Canadian papers over their 'unfair' coverage of trial and 23 year jail term.
Jingyi Wang faces a charge of aggravated assault after allegations she posed as a cosmetic surgeon and left a woman needing medical attention after a procedure.
Joshua Boyle was rescued last week, along with his wife and three children, after five years as captives of the Haqqani network.
The incident comes as drone usage continues to soar, with many aviation agencies rolling out regulations to address safety concerns and avoid such incidents.