The Not-So-Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Another day, another Brexit crisis. But this one could be terminal for Theresa May.
Yoshitaka Sakurada said he had “always directed my staff and secretaries to do that kind of thing.”
The Nigerian army posted a video of Trump after it was accused of killing 45 demonstrators.
Google employees around the world coordinated a walkout to protest the company's handling of sexual misconduct in the workplace.
Asia Bibi, who has spent eight years on death row, was acquitted by Pakistan's Supreme Court.
The Italian city, which attracts millions of tourists per year, is on a "code red" for further flooding.
“Feminism is insanity from the standpoint of a normal person,” said Russian lawmaker Vitaly Milonov, as he called for people to be prosecuted under laws that allow for a five-year prison sentence.
Aldi Novel Adilang survived by catching fish and drinking water filtered through his clothes.
The Jet Airways flight had to turn back to Mumbai shortly after takeoff when the crew reportedly failed to press a switch that would have maintained pressure.
Lyubov Kalugina could be imprisoned for five years over what she called “some jokes about asses, pussies, and intra-feminist debates.”
Typhoon Jebi follows a summer of extreme weather for Japan, with more than 350 people dying in floods, mudslides, and heat waves.
The aerial images capture the true severity of the damage done to the Rio de Janeiro institution, which was home to 20 million items.
It is not only on Facebook that fake news about the Rohingya is spread, as Reuters discovered.
It's not just sporting glory at stake for Son Heung-min and his South Korean teammates.
People in Italy and the US top the list of those most likely to be wrong about basic facts related to their country.
The city of Chemnitz has witnessed clashes involving neo-Nazis giving Hitler salutes and chanting “Foreigners out.”
The reunion is bittersweet — it's also likely to be the last time they will ever see each other.
Italy's Transport and Infrastructure Minister Danilo Toninelli said the incident was an "immense tragedy."
France Passed New Laws On Street Harassment, Days After A Video Of A Woman Being Attacked By A Catcaller Went Viral
Catcallers in France now face on-the-spot fines of up to $870 under the law, which has been in the works for months.