Turkey jailed Cumhuriyet journalists Can Dundar and Erdem Gul in a case widely criticised by observers.
Erdogan began to treat Davutoglu as a threat to his authority – he has no regard for the constitution.
Foreign journalists visiting North Korea to cover its Seventh Workers' Party Congress were denied access.
The three boys from the same family are active during the day but slip into vegetative state once the sun sets.
Award-winning photographer Kevin Frayer travelled to Cangshan in Sichuan province to watch the Jinyuan Opera Company perform.
President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Abe are expected to hold crucial bilateral talks in Sochi on 6 May.
An Indian village is set to host a show where 250 cows are expected to participate in a ramp walk.
Activists say at least 28 people killed in airstrike on Sarmada refugee camp in Idlib province.
Russia's Mariinsky Theatre staged a surprise concert in the amphitheatre of the Isis-ravaged Syrian city.
Refugees from Afghanistan and Pakistan have chosen cricket instead of the more popular football.
If everything goes according to plan, India could use drones to transport organs.
McDonald's Netherlands introduces placemats that double as DJ controllers.
Chinese fleet includes missile destroyers and missile frigates equipped with helicopters.
India and Israel have cherished good relations since establishing diplomatic ties in 1992.
Under the deal, Singapore will train more troops in Australia.