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After decades shackled in the name of tradition, South Indian temples are now releasing these animals from captivity.
In 1966 a pint would cost 10p and the average house could be bought for £4,000.
Winner's prize at world's biggest eSports event topples the FA Cup, the US Masters and more
Health experts have called for the Rio Olympic Games to be delayed over fears it will spread the Zika outbreak.
EXCLUSIVE: Spokesperson Promise Mkwnanzi tells IBTimes UK about Tajamuka's vision for Zimbabwe
Brexit worries and terrorist attacks have hit travel stocks hard in recent months and things could get worse
After the spate of recent terrorist acts, can it really be argued that the world is becoming more peaceful?
Electoral Commission supposed to call presidential elections on 19 September.
Nine are Ferraris and all are from the 1950s and '60s. Entry to this list starts at £13m.
What started with a simple children's book turned Beatrix Potter into a world famous author and conservationist
Dozens of workers at burger chain have been arrested in an 'intelligence-led' raid by immigration officials.
Hepatitis is a term used to describe the inflammation of the liver from viral infection or toxic substances.
The renowned children's author, illustrator and conservationist was born 150 years ago on 28 July 1866
IBTimes spoke with IoT/blockchain innovators David Sønstebø, IOTA founder, and Tom Fuerstner, founder of Riddle&Code.
Silicon Valley investment firm Magister Advisors has completed its H1 report, The State Of European Tech Up To Brexit