Very few people become global icons whose passing can dominate world media attention. Nelson Mandela was one
A woman who live-tweeted about a car crash on a highway near her home didn’t know her husband was a fatality.
President Barack Obama has made it clear he's staying out of the debate about who should succeed him in 2016.
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Tamesha Means was sent home twice by a Catholic hospital during a painful miscarriage - and now she’s taking legal action against the church’s hierarchy.
Nancy Kissel - who is serving a life sentence for the murder of her husband - has lost a bid to appeal against her conviction in Hong Kong.
Authorities investigating the Scottish police helicopter crash say the pilot did not send out any emergency calls before the incident.
A structural fault apparently caused a five-storey building to give way in the Brazilian city of Guarulhos.
Bob Dylan’s comments during an interview with Rolling Stone magazine have angered the Croatian community.
The New York train that derailed this weekend was travelling at 132km/h as it approached a 50km/h zone on a bend.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said a subway train that derailed, killing four passengers and wounding 67, was probably travelling too fast.
A woman infected with hepatitis C by a former hospital technician told him that he handed her and others "a potential death sentence."
UN human rights chief Navi Pillay has condemned North Korea's detention of an 85-year-old American as a war criminal.
The leaders of France and Poland condemned violence in Ukraine and called for dialogue between the government and pro-EU demonstrators.
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