A picture of a smiling Prince George was released by Britain's royal family on Saturday as Queen Elizabeth's great grandson, who is third in line to the throne, prepares to celebrate his fifth birthday.
Pakistani cleric Hafiz Saeed is one of the United States' most-wanted terrorist suspects, accused over the 2008 Mumbai attacks that killed 166 people. At home, his charities are banned, as is a new Islamist political party launched by his followers.
Zimbabwe's President Emmerson Mnangagwa addressed a crowd of white voters on Saturday in an attempt improve relations ahead of a July 30 election, a marked shift from his predecessor Robert Mugabe whose policies became increasingly racially divisive.
French Interior Minister Gerard Collomb will be questioned by lawmakers next week as the government faces mounting criticism of the way it disciplined President Emmanuel Macron's top bodyguard who was filmed beating a protester on May Day.
CBS Corp's next voyage into the "Star Trek" universe will come in the form of a four-part series of 10-to-15-minute episodes released starting this fall on the CBS All Access streaming service, the network said on Friday.
There are no campaign posters in the Pakistani town of Rabwah, and no election rallies on its streets. Though they could be an influential bloc in a key electoral battleground, nearly 90 percent of its residents will not vote in a July 25 poll.
Taylor Swift has been cast in a big screen version of the stage musical "Cats," in what will be the pop singer's biggest movie role so far, entertainment publications Variety and the Hollywood Reporter said on Friday.
The crowd of young Pakistanis, many armed with smartphones, surround the politician's car and begin streaming live footage of something extraordinary: Angry voters asking their elected representatives what they have done for them lately.
Supporters of US President Donald Trump are taking up the cause of an anti-Islam activist jailed in Britain for contempt of court, raising fears of a far-right revival.
The fugitive DHL heir Larry Hillbroom Jr has been arrested and jailed in Palau after two days on the run, the Pacific island nation's attorney general said Saturday.
African football will conduct a soul-searching session at a two-day symposium in Morocco after all five of the continent's sides failed to get over the first hurdle at the World Cup.
Big companies in the United States from Amazon.com Inc to Toyota Motor Corp and Alcoa Corp are working to counter the effect of the Trump administration's trade policies and to head off new tariffs.
They know the skyscrapers of Manhattan better than this small village in rural Mexico, but these 18 children are here to meet their extended families and learn about the world their parents left behind.
Mexico's incoming president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Friday slammed a decision by the electoral authority to fine his party US$10 million over a campaign financing breach, calling it an "act of vengeance" against his landslide victory.
Naturalist David Attenborough suggested the British public take a break from squabbling over Brexit and instead take part in the world's biggest count of butterflies.
SINGAPORE - A Singaporean company official has been charged in court for allegedly supplying luxury goods to North Korea in violation of UN sanctions, Singapore's Straits Times newspaper reported on Friday. Ng Kheng Wah was charged on Thursday for shipping goods such as musical instruments, wine and perfume to North Korea in violation of Singapore's United Nations Act, the Straits Times said. Singapore's Attorney General's office could not immediately confirm the charges.
A 56-year-old woman was found dead at the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) College Central campus carpark in Ang Mo Kio on Thursday evening (July 19). The police said they were alerted to an alleged stabbing at the school's carpark at 7.43pm. The female victim was found lying motionless and pronounced dead by Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF) paramedics at the scene.
About six million durians were consumed by Singaporeans in the first half of this year, reported China Press. Durian sellers said the city-state has imported 50 per cent more durians compared to last year. A spokesman of the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore said the nation had imported 14,300 tonnes of durian last year, and 8,900 tonnes in the first half of this year. “The figure was already at 62 per cent of last year’s imports and 600 tonnes of them were from Malaysia.”
When "lava bombs" crashed into a tour boat in Hawaii this week, causing third-degree burns and a broken femur in the chaos, passengers used what little they had to help the injured during an agonizing 1-3/4-hour trip back to port, according to a former paramedic on the vessel.
US President Donald trump may be pursuing his "America First" agenda putting higher tariffs on foreign products to prioritise domestic ones. But whether a product is local or foreign made won't stop American consumers from buying some, says one observer
A lawyer for discount e-commerce company Groupon Inc told a court in Delaware on Thursday that International Business Machines Corp has shaken down practically every large tech firm for patent fees.
Women must speak out more if Singapore is to grow its number of female business leaders, says one female business leader.