After years of tough austerity measures, Greece emerges on Monday from its third and last bailout, although officials warn the country still has a “long way to go”.
Dozens of elderly and frail South Koreans will meet family members in the North later Monday, nearly seven decades after they were separated by a war that kept the peninsula and their loved ones divided.
Faced with scenes of blood flowing in rubbish-strewn roads and of streets littered with animal entrails, authorities in the Egyptian capital say they aim to crack down on the outdoor slaughter that marks one of Islam’s main holidays.
For a game still in its infancy Spikeball — a beach sport which looks like the love child of volleyball and tennis — is already making global waves.
The stars of the 1978 hit, which became one of the highest grossing musicals of all time, still see each other two to three times a year
Police found the bodies of his two daughters in an oil tank and his wife in a shallow grave at the oil drilling site outside Denver where he worked
She says it is the only way to stop in having tantrums
Rescuers searched submerged villages in southwest India on Sunday in a desperate hunt for survivors after floods killed at least 370 people and drove more than 700,000 from their homes.
A woman refused to leave her flooded house in India’s Kerala state without her 25 dogs, a rescuer said Saturday, as the death toll continued to rise.
The deadly Ebola outbreak in eastern DR Congo has now claimed 49 lives since the start of the month, the government has said, and the World Health Organization expects more cases.
The toll of Genoa’s bridge collapse rose to 43 Sunday as rescuers confirmed they had found the remains believed to be of a missing family, a day after Italy held a funeral for the disaster victims.