WWF Living Planet Report gives stark warning of the Earth’s diminishing resources.
James Anderson is not focused on surpassing Ian Botham as England's leading wicket-taker after scooping the 2011/12 Cricket of the Year prize.
Trio jailed for rigging up stun gun to racing camel to make it run faster.
England's eastern travails were quickly dispelled with their emphatic victory in Colombo against Sri Lanka last month; and Andrew Strauss's men are well positioned to cement their world No1 status against the West Indies over three Tests from 17 May.
Roy Hodgson has been appointed the new England manager on a four-year deal.
In a surprising decision, the FA have announced, via a statement on their Web site, they have approached West Brom manager Roy Hodgson to coach the national team.
David Beckham could be included in the Team GB football squad, Stuart Pearce reveals
Team GB's men and women will face Senegal and New Zealand respectively in their opening group games of the Olympic football tournament this summer.
Preliminary investigation reports reveal last minute conversation inside the cockpit of the plane which crashed.
Iran says sovereignty over trio of islands in Persian Gulf is 'non-negotiable'.
Arab States in Gulf warn Iran they stand united in dispute over strategic islands.
Forbes magazine released the list of the wealthiest countries based on their gross domestic product (GDP) at purchasing power parity per capita, the value of all final goods and services produced within a country in a given year. Checkout the list to see who made it to the list.
Nasa has announced the winners of Nasa Great Moonbuggy Race.
Journalist shot for carrying video camera during protest in Bahrain village dies in hospital.
Global human trafficking ring works with embassy staff in Kenya to recruit and manipulate applicants into non-existent jobs.
Real Madrid will open a theme park and resort island in the UAE
Quality of Life reveals where expat Britons are most at home.
Last year, Bahrain's Grand Prix race was called off, even after it had been re-scheduled from February to June and other later dates. This was due to the civil unrest in the country which had by then claimed more than 40 lives and over 3,200 injured. However, on 24 November 2011, Bernie Ecclestone, boss of Formula 1, told the BBC that the Grand Prix would go ahead in 2012, despite lingering protests continuing, saying: "It's on the calendar. We'll be there, unless something terribl...
The chief executive of the London-listed Arab investment bank EFG-Hermes is under a travel-ban for his alleged role in the "Port Said Massacre", authorities said.
Somali prime minister Abdiweli Mohamed Ali pledges liberation of Enrico Levoli and 18 crew.
United Arab Emirates LGBT community vents further fury over video that tries to show stereotyped homosexual man being cured.
Video 'tutorial' of stereotyped gay man being 'cured' by friends highlights prejudice sexual minority groups battle in United Arab Emirates.
In a survey released by Lloyds TSB International, 46 percent of British nationals questioned said they missed the British countryside the most.
Palestinian DDoS attack against Haaretz Hebrew website and escalating cyberwar carry major political significance.
Security experts have criticised the Anonymous collective's reaction to the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (Acta), describing it as premature.
Following its high profile protest against the US' Sopa and Pipa acts, the hacker cell of Anonymous has shifted its focus onto Europe's Acta.
West sends fleet through controversial strait ahead of embargo on Iran oil sanctions.
Following the cyber-attack by an alleged Saudi hacker who leaked thousands of Israelis' credit cards details last week, an Israeli hacker has posted information online about hundreds of Saudis, Egyptians, and Syrians.
Persian Gulf's Strait of Hormuz, key route for oil tanker traffic, centre of fresh controversy.
'Iranophobic' West using propaganda to step up arms sales in Middle East, says Tehran.