Breaking News

Latest News

Xi Jinping: China's president given own political theory

The theory is likely to be incorporated into the constitution of the ruling Communist Party later this month. READ MORE

SA football boss Danny Jordaan 'raped singer Jennifer Ferguson'

Jennifer Ferguson says the #MeToo campaign convinced her to break her silence after nearly 24 years. READ MORE

'Stolen Salvador Dali' painting recovered in Lebanon

The portrait is thought to be a minor work painted by the Spanish artist while living in the US. READ MORE

Pussycat Dolls deny prostitution claims

The pop band respond to former member Kaya Jones, who claims the group was a "prostitution ring". READ MORE

Malta journalist Daphne Galizia's sons reject million euro reward

Sons of the journalist killed in Malta say they are "not interested in justice without change". READ MORE

Spain to suspend Catalonia's autonomy

Spain is to start suspending Catalonia's autonomy on Saturday, after its leader threatened to declare independence READ MORE

Myanmar fire guts iconic Yangon hotel Kandawgyi Palace

One person has died and two are injured after a fire tears through Yangon's Kandawgyi Palace hotel. READ MORE

Afghan army base destroyed by Taliban suicide bombers

A third major attack in a week leaves at least 43 dead and nine wounded in the province of Kandahar. READ MORE

Alarm over decline in flying insects

Flying insects have declined by more than 75% in 30 years in German nature reserves, alarming ecologists. READ MORE

New Zealand forms government under Jacinda Adern

The New Zealand First party decides to form a coalition with Labour, ousting incumbent Bill English. READ MORE

Malta journalist death: 'My friend has been killed'

A friend of murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia on her death and corruption in Malta. READ MORE

Sir Tom Jones: Abuse is common in music industry too

The singer tells the BBC an encounter early in his career made him feel "terrible". READ MORE