Dubai Camel Hospital provides healthcare for animals which are integral to culture in United Arab Emirates.
El Salvador upholds 30-year aggravated homicide sentence of Teodora del Carmen Vásquez in stillbirth case. El Salvador has one of most draconian abortion laws in the world.
"Strange" WhatsApp message from crewman Roberto Medina sparks call for Argentinian judge to investigate claims of chase.
Australian photojournalist Ted McDonnell documents life in Happyland, a ramshackle collection of shelters built around a rubbish dump outside Manila.
The style guide for The Daily Stormer, neo-Nazi website which hit the headlines in August 2017 for publishing a tirade against a protester killed during a far-right rally, leaks.
When asked whether he would impose a nationwide martial law to combat terror, the Phillipines president said "all options are on table".
Lauren Price and Amy Laker will tie the knot on 16 December after the historic referendum, which saw 62% of the country vote in favour of same-sex marriage.
The school's chairman said Tariq Bhat and Sumaya Bashir "were having romance and it is not good for the 2,000 students" in the school.
Police have arrested two suspects, including the teenager's father, following the suicide.
The bomber, with explosives strapped around his waist and torso, infiltrated Gen. Kahiye Police Academy and targeted officers gathering for special morning exercises.
Merseyside Police have released CCTV footage showing the moment two boys riding a scrambler motorbike hit schoolgirl Jessica Chisnall as she walked home in St Helens.
Twitter couldn't stop taunting the president over his latest spelling error while ranting about "fake news."
A female school teacher in Ohio has been charged with two counts of sexual battery. She allegedly had sex with a 16-year-old and performed oral sex on a 17-year-old.
Good Samaritan Lindsay Shabazian lost both her legs while trying to help a stranger in a stalled car in Sacramento County, California.
Disappearance of Kim Jong-un's top aide General Hwang Pyong-so sparks rumours that he may have been executed for receiving kickbacks in exchange for promotions at Politburo.