Durban businessmen, Clinton Wyness and Wayne Oliver, the brains behind the first South African ...
A woman charged with leaking Vatican documents denied on Wednesday that she had had sex with a priest.
Bernie Sanders questioned whether Democratic rival Hillary Clinton is "qualified" to be president.
A new prime minister was appointed in Iceland after Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson quit following "Panama Papers" leaks.
Venezuelan workers will get Fridays off for the next two months as part of an emergency plan to save electricity, the president said.
New Fifa president and former Uefa secretary general Gianni Infantino has been dragged into the Panama Papers affair.
A Franschhoek businessman saw first-hand the humanitarian crisis unfolding on the Greek Island of Lesbos
There was little sign of preparation on either side of the Aegean before Greece was due to begin returning migrants to Turkey.
Many seem to back Trump's dispensing of political correctnes, writes Julie Pace
Members of Aung San Suu Kyi's NLD were in tears as Myanmar swore in its first president with no military ties in more than half a century.
There is an increasing wave of violence against Christians in Pakistan, writes Kathy Gannon
Travelling in and out of Anchorage has been limited due to a volcanic eruption that spewed an ash cloud over the city.
A man was shot and wounded by police after he pointed what appeared to be a weapon at officers, police said.
Brazil's largest party will decide to break away from President Dilma Rousseff's floundering coalition.
If Donald Trump wins two key nominating contests next week, his campaign momentum will soar, say Republican leaders.