Sri Lanka is running out of almost all basic amenities such as food and fuel due to the current economic crisis. The doctors in the country have said that they are now running out of medicines too.
An Australian woman found guilty of killing her three-month-old daughter has been spared a jail sentence after a court found out that she was suffering from postpartum depression when the incident occurred.
A group of thieves posed as government officials to dismantle and steal parts of a 60-feet-long abandoned iron bridge in an Indian village near Bihar's Sasaram.
A 53-year-old woman identified as Iryna Filkina was allegedly killed by Russian soldiers when she was on her way to her house in Bucha on March 5.
A US-based wind energy firm has been slapped with $8m fine after at least 150 eagles were killed at its wind farms in eight states over the last 10 years.
Germany's foreign intelligence service has intercepted radio communications between Russian soldiers wherein they could allegedly be heard talking about killing civilians in Ukraine.
A 33-year-old woman from Syracuse, New York has admitted to setting her house on fire in a bid to kill her 2-year-old daughter in March last year.
A recent order by the civic officials in India's capital New Delhi, ordering the closing down of meat shops in the city during the Hindu festival of Navratri, has sparked outrage in the country.
A UK national who used to work as a guard at the British embassy in Berlin has been accused of spying for Russia. He has been charged with nine offences under the Official Secrets Act.
Al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri in a rare video appearance has praised Muskan Khan, the student who had become the face of defiance against the hijab ban in the Indian state of Karnataka.
A study by researchers from the UK has found microplastics for the first time deep in the lungs of living people. The tiny particles were found in 11 of the 13 samples tested for their presence.
A man has been arrested for allegedly masturbating while sitting next to a woman on board a Southwest Airlines flight from Seattle to Phoenix on Saturday.
A police officer did not think twice before risking his own life to save a child when communal violence broke out in the Karauli area of the Indian state of Rajasthan on Saturday.
A Sociology textbook elaborating the "merits and advantages" of the dowry system has sparked a row in India with legislators, activists and social media users asking for its removal.
An Indonesian court has sentenced the principal of a school to death for raping thirteen students over the period of five years and impregnating at least eight of them.
Former US President Donald Trump's social media app Truth Social which was launched in February, has been termed a "disaster," by experts.
The head of Motoyzhyn village, her husband, and her son were killed by the Russian forces during their occupation of the village near Kyiv, according to Ukrainian officials.
Ever Forward, a sister vessel to the Ever Given ship that had blocked the Suez Canal last year, has been stuck in the Chesapeake Bay for more than three weeks now and all attempts to free it have failed so far.
Kangaroos, a species native to Australia , was found in the Indian state of West Bengal, leaving officials in shock. The forest officials have called it a case of smuggling and have initiated a probe into the incident.
A documentary by Channel 4 Dispatches has accused food giant Mondelez International, which owns the Cadbury brand, of forcing children as young as ten years old to work long hours on cocoa farms in Ghana.
A man named Steven Ray Hessler has been sentenced to 650 years in prison for a series of sexual attacks he carried out between 1982 and 1985 in Shelby County, Tennessee.
Sir Lanka has revoked the ban imposed on social media platforms like WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram hours after it announced the ban on Sunday.
Thousands have died in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol since the Russian invasion and the rest of the city residents are living in fear with no amenities available to them.
A man who had raped and killed a woman 42 years ago in New York has finally been identified with the help of DNA technology by Suffolk County police. However, the man is no more and died of cancer in 1991.
Massive stone jars that may have been used for ancient human burial practices thousands of years ago have been discovered in the Indian state of Assam.
China has received backlash from Australian authorities after a court in Beijing carried out a trial of journalist Cheng Lei's case behind closed doors, under heavy security on Thursday.
An Indian techie named Nandan Kumar hacked an airline's website to locate his luggage after he accidentally switched it with a co-passenger's luggage on March 27.
The Ukrainian Security Service (SSU) intercepted radio communications between Russian soldiers and heard them talking about "eating dogs and raping Ukrainian women."
Two people were killed after a gunman opened fire at a McDonald's restaurant in the city of Zwolle in the Netherlands on Wednesday.
A former Wiltshire Police staff member Rachel Beale has been sent to jail for having an affair with a convicted rapist she was assigned to supervise after his release from prison.