170-year-old Rare Flowers Accidentally Destroyed
The collection of daisies from the 1850s is "irreplaceable", according to scientists.
Facebook Warns of Fake News Ahead of U.K. Election
The social network is trying to tackle fake news following criticism that it allowed far-right groups to spread lies before the U.S. election.
Nazi Memorabilia Found at German Army Barracks
Inspectors found Nazi-era helmets and pictures of soldiers from Adolf Hitler's army at a barracks.
Vogue India Blasted for Kendall Jenner Cover
The latest controversy comes a month after Jenner was slammed for appearing in a Pepsi commercial trivializing political resistance.
Vogue Editor Anna Wintour Becomes a Dame
The fashion icon has been at the helm of American Vogue for almost 30 years.
India Court Upholds Death Sentence for Delhi Rapists
The attack sparked nationwide outrage and led to India's parliament passing new anti-rape laws.
El Chapo Loses Solitary Appeal but Can Write to Wife
The Mexican drug kingpin spends up to 23 hours locked up and is not allowed to receive any visitors.
Wolves Have Returned to Denmark After 200 Years
Farmers are concerned after a string of wolf attacks on their sheep.
'Killer Clowns' in Germany Convicted for Causing Trauma
The killer clown craze started in the U.S. and quickly spread to Europe.
'Veep Is Dangerously Funny': Australian MP
The first episode of the satire's new season made the MP to laugh so hard he choked, and then knocked himself unconscious.
Canada Recalls Bombay Sapphire Gin over Alcohol Content
Inspectors found the gin to contain nearly twice the amount of alcohol advertised on the bottle.
Bank Employs Guards to Protect ATMs From Explosions
Criminals blew up 79 ATMs across the country in 2016.
'Comey Best Thing That Ever Happened to Clinton': Trump
Clinton said she was expecting Trump to respond on Twitter and that she was happy "to be the diversion" that stopped him from "interfering in foreign affairs."
German Defense Minister Criticizes Own Army
She said the army's "leadership and accountability have failed" after a spate of scandals involving military officials.
Mexico Arrests 'El Chapo' Guzman's Right-Hand Man
The drug trafficker helped Guzman escape federal prison twice but was reported to be locked in a battle for succession of the Sinaloa cartel.
20 Killed as Storms Tear Through South and Midwest
Missouri and Oklahoma both declared a state of emergency after several people died in strong flood waters following severe storms.
Motorists Rescue Children Trapped in Flooded Car: Video
Passers-by pulled a toddler and a baby from the vehicle after it skidded into a ditch.
Scottish Surfer Survived 32 Hours at Sea
Matthew Bryce was plucked from the water by the coast guard Monday night.
German Soldier Posing as Refugee Planned Gun Attack
The lieutenant received monthly payments and lived in German asylum accommodation after registering as a refugee in Syria.
EU Benefits for UK Post Brexit Is Illusion: Merkel
The German chancellor said UK politicians hoping for a great deal after leaving the EU were harboring "illusions."
New Eye Test Could Prevent Millions from Going Blind
Glaucoma affects 16 million people worldwide, many of whom have lost a third of their vision before they start treatment.
Michelle Obama Mural Sparks Plagiarism Row
The artist behind a $12,000 mural in Chicago is seeking to ease the row over allegations he plagiarized a student's work.
Anti-Semitism Surges in U.K., Declines in France
Discrimination against the Jewish community decreased by 61 percent in France in 2016.
'We Need Germany,' Says Turkish Minister
President Erdogan had accused Merkel of "Nazi measures," but his Turkish deputy prime minister said Monday that it was time to return to "normality."
Refugees Should Learn About Holocaust: Jewish Leader
The president of the Jewish council in Germany said many asylum seekers come from countries where anti-Semitism is ingrained.
Charge Duterte With Mass Murder, Says Lawyer
Jude Josue Sabio has accused Duterte of being the mastermind behind thousands of killings as mayor of Davao and as president.
Luxury Apartment Owners in London Sue Tate Modern
Residents claim the public platform is a "nuisance" that has turned their homes into a "goldfish bowl."
French Presidential Race Tightens, Polls Show
The top four candidates are less than five percentage points apart, according to the latest polls.
Senator Warren: 'Ugly Stew of Racism' Helped Trump Win
The Massachusetts senator said the U.S. president scapegoated minorities on the campaign trail.
Keira Knightley Returns to Pirates of the Caribbean
The actor has not starred in the franchise since 2007.