Terrified Christians are escaping Isis militants in the Filipino town of Marawi by wearing hijabs borrowed from Muslims.
A new report concludes that solar energy will be a cheaper way to generate electricity than coal in most parts of the world by 2021.
Two women feared dead in the Grenfell Tower tragedy were threatened with legal action by housing bosses after raising fears about safety in the doomed block.
Voting stations opened in France at 0600 GMT for the second round of the parliamentary election, just a month after the 39-year-old former banker became the youngest head of state in modern French history.
The seven U.S. sailors who were unaccounted for after the USS Fitzgerald, a Navy destroyer collided with a cargo ship off the coast of Japan on Saturday have been found dead.
President Donald Trump pressures agency chief Admiral Mike Rogers to state publicly that there is no evidence of collusion between his campaign and Russia, say reports.
The draft recommends a regulation that will enforce end-to-end encryption on all communications to protect European Union citizens’ fundamental privacy rights.
Bogota Mayor Enrique Peñalosa has tweeted that three women were killed in the “bomb” blast, and one more remains in serious condition.
IN LATE APRIL, then Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar launched a new campaign entitled ‘Welfare Cheats Cheat Us All’ encouraging the reporting of welfare benefit fraud by the public.
The gap between rich and poor across the globe is even wider than we currently think, according to a new analysis.