Susan Boyle had a heated argument with a BA employee at the Heathrow airport earlier this week.
IBTimes UK sampled the sights, cuisine and music at UAE branch of world famous beach club
British news and documentary photographer Mary Turner spent some time in Zimbabwe looking at life after 36 years under Robert Mugabe.
Illegal gold mining is destroying swathes of the Amazon rainforest, poisoning the river and the people who live along it.
As Venezuelans struggle to find food and medicine, there are two more things they'll have to do without: electricity and beer.
RMT and Aslef made about-turn after negotiations with London Underground bosses.
Former residents of Pripyat have returned to the abandoned town 30 years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.
National Geographic's annual travel photography competition has kicked off, and is open for entries until 27 May 2016.
Interactive photos, taken a year apart, show areas of Nepal immediately after the quake and today.
American mother-of-two had been on a 15-day work trip without her eight-month-old son.
Massive staff shortage meant just four people were manning check-in desks at JFK.
The move is aimed at making the airline more attractive against competitors like easyJet.
Legends such as DJ Premier and Talib Kweli are among stars to have performed at The Act.
Aerial photos of earthquake-hit towns in Ecuador show the extent of the damage as country buries its dead.
This comes on the very first day of Indonesian President Joko Widodo's visit to the UK.