British experts are to begin the process of analysing the flight data recorder from the downed Malaysia Airlines plane.
Military fighter planes escorted a Gulfstream jet to the London area's Stansted Airport on Wednesday evening after the jet allegedly lost contact with air traffic controllers, an airport spokesman said.
Rebels in eastern Ukraine have handed over two flight-data recorders from the downed MH17 plane to Malaysian officials.
James Garner, the understated, wisecracking everyman actor who enjoyed multigenerational success on both the small and big screens, has died. He was 86.
The UN Security Council calls for an immediate Gaza ceasefire as the number of Palestinians killed during Israel's military operation passes 500.
In Japan, a country where structure, conformity and security are bedrocks, it is often hard for individuals to break free and follow a more idealized path. It is especially difficult when that path turns out to be somewhat ... eccentric.
Tougher sanctions against Russia will be needed if it does not change its "approach" to the downing of the Malaysia Airlines jet, Prime Minister David Cameron says.
Just a few weeks ago, a boy tied to a bus stop in Mumbai barely received a glance from passersby. Now, he has a home, thanks to a local NGO.
Malaysia's leader calls "deeply shocking" the crash in eastern Ukraine of a Malaysia Airlines plane, which some sources claim was shot down.
The arrest of Alix Catherine Tichelman in the death of a Google executive has shed a new light on the so-called sugar daddy websites where women are paid, sometimes thousands of dollars a month by older suitors, for their company.
Hamas and Israel say they will both observe a five-hour truce in Gaza beginning on Thursday morning, after nine days of fighting.
The rapper who mutilated himself and then jumped from a Los Angeles building has broken his silence about what happened.
Hundreds of suspected paedophiles, including doctors and teachers, are held as part of six-month operation led by the National Crime Agency.
Negotiations between Western powers and Iran to reach a permanent agreement on the future of Tehran's nuclear ambitions are likely to be extended beyond the July 20 deadline, a senior U.S. official and a Western diplomat told CNN on Tuesday.
Downing Street says William Hague is to stand down as foreign secretary, as part of a ministerial reshuffle which also sees Ken Clarke leave the cabinet.