Water levels rise 11.5 metres in some areas of neighbouring country, leaving entire homes underwater Thousands of people in northern Cambodia have been evacuated after the collapse of the dam in neighbouring
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May said the public should be reassured rather than alarmed by government plans to stockpile medicines and blood products ahead of a possible no-deal Britain's
The BBC has failed to persuade a high court judge to give it the go-ahead to challenge his ruling on a privacy fight with Sir Cliff Richard. The singer sued over BBC coverage of a South Yorkshire police
What a difference a quarter makes On Wednesday, for the first time in three years, Facebook failed to meet Wall Street’s expectations for revenue and user growth. The company’s user base of 185 million
Virgin Media’s 4 million pay-TV customers face permanently losing UKTV’s 10 channels, which include Dave and Gold, as the cable company looks to auction off the channel slots to rivals. Virgin Media has
Britain is unprepared to cope with heatwaves, a major report by MPs has warned, as the Met Office forecast that the UK could see its hottest ever day on Friday, with temperatures reaching 101F (38.5C).
Two orphaned Scottish wildcat kittens have been rescued, a conservation group says. Wildcat Haven says the animals were found "dehydrated" and "weak" in the West Highlands of Scotland. The group says kittens
Dozens of parents queued up outside a Cardiff school from the early hours of the morning in a bid to secure their children a place at its breakfast club. Parents arrived at Ysgol y Berllan Deg prepared
Murders and knife crimes soar in England and Wales as police detection rate hits record low Police have recorded another surge in violent offences including murder, manslaughter and stabbings as the number
'Dr. Bumbum,' celebrity plastic surgeon, arrested after patient dies following buttock enhancement procedure
A prominent Brazilian plastic surgeon, known as “Dr. Bumbum,” was reportedly apprehended by authorities Thursday after being on the run amid a patient's death following a procedure to enlarge her buttocks.
Ethiopian journalist Addisalem Hadigu has met his daughters Asmera and Danait in Eritrea for the first time in 16 years. He was among many families kept apart by decades of war and conflict between neighbours
Scandinavia unprepared for worst drought in 74 years as wildfires rage and Stockholm asks for international assistance. Weeks of high temperatures and virtually no rain have left much of Scandinavia dangerously
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - London’s new Brexit minister said he was confident he could reach a deal, on his first trip to Brussels on Thursday as the EU warned business to get ready for Britain crashing out
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's military is testing an array of new nuclear and other weapons, from a high-powered laser weapon system to a nuclear-powered cruise missile with "unlimited" range. The Defense Ministry