- Google and GoPro strike virtual reality deal
- Thailand: 19-year-old British backpacker gang raped in popular tourist resort
- Pretty Little Liars season 6 pre-summer finale: Charles plans deadly prom for the girls
- China loses title as world's most liquid stock market after curbs on trading
- Dylan Hartley replaced by Jamie George in England Rugby World Cup training squad
Buhari vowed he would recover millions of dollars he alleged were stolen during previous administrations.
Wilson Kipsang fears reputation of Kenyan runners and athletics generally will be hit by fresh doping claims.
IBTimes UK sports reporters Nick Howson and Tony Mogan predict who will win the title.
The village of Shipkovica is described as looking 'as if a huge tsunami has gone through it'.
172 separate pieces of ivory were discovered including tusks from baby elephants.
Water in which swimmers and sailors will compete contains levels of viruses roughly equivalent to raw sewage.
In 1972 80,000 Asians were expelled from Uganda, with many ending up in Britain
Amateur footage shows sheriff's deputy pull driver to safety just moments before Caltrain smashes car.
At the height of the Caribbean summer Cancun's iconic golden beaches have turned green
Human infants communicate in the same way as our closest living relatives, bonobos.
Late MP investigated as part of inquiry into allegations child sex abuse by establishment figures.
Not all of the migrants in Calais are trying to reach Britain. Many have set up home in the camp in Calais.
Media personality and TV star is laid to rest beside her mother, Whitney Houston, in a New Jersey cemetery.
Archive video of the atomic bombs dropped by the US on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
Britain's foreign secretary, Philip Hammond, said that the crisis in Calais was under control
Sweeping proposal intends to cut greenhouse gas emissions from US power plants by nearly a third by 2030.
Kaiser Carlile died despite wearing a helmet when hit by a warm-up swing in Wichita, Kansas
On 6 August 1945, the US dropped an atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima, followed three days later by one on Nagasaki.
34-year-old surfed waves in Tahiti using specially modified bike for DC Shoes.
An underwater photograph of divers swimming near a humpback whale has won the 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
Average house price jumps by 0.4% as stabilisation is soon expected
By Bauke Schram