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Japanese airline ANA receives a delivery of its first A380 from Airbus, decorated with blue sea turtles, explaining that the animal "represents luck and longevity" in Hawaiian legend.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announces an immediate ban on the sale of assault rifles and semi-automatic weapons in response to the Christchurch terror attack that killed 50 people.
Aid workers race to help survivors and meet humanitarian needs in Mozambique, five days after tropical cyclone Idai. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES
Pakistan's Hindu community in Karachi celebrates the Holi festival. The festival, which marks the arrival of spring, is also known as the "Festival of Colors".
Relatives of victims of the Srebrenica massacre applaud the UN court decision to hand a life sentence to Bosnian Serb wartime leader Radovan Karadzic for genocide and war crimes during the 1990s.
Italian firefighters douse a school bus which was hijacked and set alight by its driver in Milan. 51 children were rescued by the police from the hijacked school bus before the vehicle went up in flames.
A health specialist describes the situation in Mozambique after tropical cyclone Idai cut a swathe through Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, killing more than 300 and putting hundreds of thousands of lives at risk.
British Prime Minister arrives in Parliament to speak with MPs over Brexit, after formally requesting the European Union agree to delay Brexit till June 30.
The cows and horses would have come for the last blades of grass. Now their bones are scattered on the cracked earth, victims of drought that wiped Santiago's weekend playground Lake Aculeo from the map. Lake Aculeo's demise is so sudden and compl...
European Council president Donald Tusk says that EU leaders could approve a short delay to Brexit if British lawmakers finally approve the withdrawal deal they have twice rejected.
Aerial footage shows the scale of floods in the Mozambican city of Beira after tropical cyclone Idai hit Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, killing more than 300.
UN judges order former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic to spend the rest of his life in jail for the "sheer scale and systematic cruelty" of his war crimes a quarter of a century ago.
Anti-Karadzic protesters, including relatives of victims of the 1995 Srebrenica massacre, gather outside the courtroom in The Hague as the former Bosnian Serb leader will hear the final judgment on his role in the bloody conflict that tore his cou...
The EU's powerful anti-trust regulator slaps tech giant Google with a new fine over unfair competition, in Europe's latest salvo against Silicon Valley.
Netflix releases its latest Indian series, documenting the aftermath of the notorious gang-rape and murder of an Indian student that made global headlines in 2012.
Once the butt of jokes across Britain, Czech-made Skoda cars have won over Brits but the UK's looming exit from the EU could deal a heavy blow to the brand and the entire Czech economy.
Many parts of the globe may catch a glimpse on Wednesday and Thursday of a giant crimson moon, the last of the supermoons in 2019. It coincides with the Spring Equinox and the start of spring in the northern hemisphere.
Videographic on pesticides. Shares in German chemicals and pharmaceuticals giant Bayer plunged as markets opened Wednesday, after a second US jury ruled that blockbuster pesticide Roundup -- made by recently-acquired Monsanto -- causes cancer.
A wall at the Victoria University of Wellington has become an outdoor canvas for hundreds of colourful tributes to the victims of the Christchurch mosque shootings.
Plastic packaging reigns supreme in Japan but amid global concern about single-use waste, new legislation could help end the country's love affair with it.