The political crisis in Lebanon has taken an unexpected twist after the country’s Prime Minister Saad Hariri put his resignation on hold.
No doggy-doo, vet visits or bones – now everyone can buy a robot canine online and enjoy spending time with their new four-legged friend, feeding it only with electricity.
A lightning strike may be powerful enough to trigger nuclear reactions in the atmosphere, a gamma-ray experiment conducted in Japan has confirmed.
Bringing the spiciest chili peppers to school, breaking them open and then rubbing and throwing the toxic stuff right into eyes or mouths of unsuspecting peers – French police warn of a new social media “challenge” among children.
Populist, pragmatist, authoritarian, cunning tactician – years after he rose to the top of Russian politics Western observers still wonder about Vladimir Putin’s true motivations.
A major ground offensive to defeat Islamic State in Eastern Syria is nearing its end, the Russian Defense Ministry has said.
Havana and Pyongyang have agreed to strengthen ties to withstand Washington’s “unilateral and arbitrary” demands.
An international team of researchers have re-cloned the first dog to ever be cloned, to basically find out if genetically identical animals will suffer the same fate.
Russia is open for discussions on establishing a new, truly impartial mission to investigate chemical attacks in Syria, which, Russia’s UN envoy hopes, will not bear the same chronic deficiencies of the OPCW-UN mechanism that expired last week.
The Spanish government has been forced to defend its decision to house around 500 recently-arrived asylum seekers in a prison, following harsh criticism by human rights groups and NGOs, who slammed it as an “unfair criminalization” of migrants.
Two fishermen became crocodile bait after falling victim to a bog tide in the Australian wild. To escape the hungry predators, they had to practice their survival skills on the roof of their stranded vehicle for days before help arrived.
No Russia-linked intrusion was detected during the Catalonia crisis, Spain’s cyber intelligence unit has announced.
A French judge has placed Russian businessman and parliament member Suleiman Kerimov under formal judicial investigation, charging him with tax evasion.
In order to overcome present-day cyber security challenges, Germany must be able to “hack back” into the computers of alleged culprits, the head of the country’s newly formed digital security agency has said, arguing that similar measures are being taken by other countries.
A German activist art collective has erected a replica of the Berlin Holocaust Memorial outside the house of a right-wing politician who’d controversially called on Germany to stop atoning for its past.
Leaders of the rebellious Lugansk region in Ukraine’s east turned on each other Tuesday, as gunmen blocked central streets of the provincial capital.
India has for the first time fired a BrahMos missile from a Sukhoi Su-30 plane, with the country’s Defense Ministry claiming the air-launch a success.
When a French photographer bought a second-hand Soviet camera in Moscow, she did not expect to find a roll of film inside.
The West is exporting the worst elements to Islamic countries in an attempt to ensure its own future, the Turkish president has said.
Archaeologists have found three Roman-era shipwrecks off the coast of Alexandria in Egypt. The artifacts included gold coins dating back to Rome’s first Emperor Augustus and a crystal bust thought to be of Roman army commander Antonio.