Gal power returns for Wonder Woman 2
Wonder Woman Gal Gadot is fighting fit for a return to US cinemas in 2019.
Wonder Woman Gal Gadot is fighting fit for a return to US cinemas in 2019.
Donald Trump's former campaign chairman has met Senate investigators, giving his recollection of a Trump Tower meeting with a Russian lawyer and agreeing to turn over contemporaneous notes of the gathering last year, sources said.
The most senior Vatican official to be charged in connection with the Catholic Church sex abuse crisis has appeared in court in Australia for the first time.
US president Donald Trump has taken a victory lap in Ohio with the voters who helped put him in office, following a slim, but symbolic health care win in Washington.
The Republican-led House of Representatives has decisively approved legislation that hits Russia with additional financial sanctions.
Applause and cheers greeted Senator John McCain, who is battling brain cancer, as he returned to the Capitol on Tuesday to vote for moving ahead on legislation to dismantle Obamacare.
Barbara Sinatra, the fourth wife of singer Frank Sinatra, has died aged 90.
Two rival Libyan leaders have committed themselves to a ceasefire, working towards elections and finding a roadmap to secure the country against terrorism and trafficking of all kinds, according to a document released by the French presidency.
Finnish film maker Dome Karukoski has been announced as the director of a Hollywood biopic of The Hobbit and Lord Of The Rings author JRR Tolkien.
Donald Trump's fiery speech at the US National Scout Jamboree in West Virginia has infuriated parents and former Scouts.
Experimental therapy "could have been an opportunity" to help Charlie Gard, but it is too late to start care for the critically ill baby, a Vatican paediatric hospital chief said.
A US company is offering to microchip its employees.
An alligator attack has left a man with serious injuries in Port Charlotte, Florida.
US Vice President Mike Pence had to break a 50-50 tie as the Senate voted by a hair to start debating Republican legislation to tear down much of the Obama healthcare law.
An Australian government minister has quit the cabinet because his mother told him he might be Italian - and therefore ineligible to be an MP.
Hundreds of firefighters in the Riviera region of southern France and on the island of Corsica have battled against wind-whipped blazes that have left some of them injured.
Twenty-five of the migrants found inside a sweltering tractor-trailer found parked outside a Texas Walmart in which 10 people died were Mexican, officials have said.
Activists have called for the European Union to use a meeting with the Turkish foreign minister to urge the release of human rights workers detained as part of Turkey's crackdown following last year's failed coup.
A knife-wielding man has been arrested in the Spanish enclave of Melilla after attacking a policeman at the border with Morocco while shouting "Allahu Akbar".
At least 12 people have been killed and 12 others were hurt after a five-storey building collapsed in Mumbai.
Tokyo is seeking name ideas for a new giant panda cub born at its Ueno zoo.
The suspect in a chainsaw attack on a health insurer's office in Switzerland that left five people wounded has been caught after more than a day on the run, police said.
Poland's president has signed into law one of three contested bills which critics say limit the independence of the judiciary.
At least 16 people have been killed this week in heavy monsoon rains that have lashed western India, including the desert state of Rajasthan, with more than 24,000 villagers evacuated to higher ground, officials said.
The parents of a teenage driver who livestreamed the fatal crash that killed their younger daughter have said they believe she did not intend her sister to die.
Two key members of President Donald Trump's presidential campaign have met with congressional investigators probing Russia's interference in the 2016 election and possible collusion with Trump associates.
A woman "slapped" the back of a police car shortly before an Australian woman was shot dead by an officer, according to a search warrant.
Thousands of Palestinian Muslims have prayed in the streets near Jerusalem's most contested holy site, heeding a call by clergy to not enter the shrine despite Israel removing metal detectors it installed there a week earlier.
A woman who was accused of intentionally drowning her fiance in the Hudson River by tampering with his kayak as part of a murderous plot to collect on his life insurance has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge.
Television cameras can start rolling again in the White House briefing room, President Donald Trump's new communications chief has said.
The Vatican has said it is shutting off all its fountains, including those in St Peter's Square, because of Italy's drought.
French President Emmanuel Macron has met pop singer and philanthropist Bono at the Elysee Palace in Paris for talks about poverty.
A publisher has withdrawn a book that documents Nelson Mandela's medical treatments following complaints that it violates doctor-patient confidentiality, according to South African media.
Iranian border guards have confiscated 30 horses and mules that were carrying weapons and ammunition, according to reports.
The US manufacturer of the cladding panels on Grenfell Tower in London, where at least 80 people died in a fire last month, has said it stopped selling them for high-rise buildings because it cannot control how they are installed.
Bullfights in Spain's Balearic Islands will be shorter, bloodless and only for adults under new regulations that also ban alcoholic beverages in the bullring.
Shares in the three biggest German car makers have fallen after a report claimed they colluded for years over diesel emissions technology.
A judge in Cincinnati has dismissed charges against a white police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black motorist, after a prosecutor declined to pursue a third murder trial.
At least 26 people have been killed - many of them police officers - after a suicide bomber on a motorcycle struck in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore.
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has urged Qatar and the four other Arab countries opposing it to negotiate an end to the crisis dividing them as he wrapped up a two-day Gulf tour.
A man armed with a chainsaw has wounded five people at a health insurer's office in the northern Swiss city of Schaffhausen, triggering a manhunt for a suspect described as aggressive and psychologically unstable.
Somalia-based Islamic extremists al-Shabab have mocked US president Donald Trump in a new video that calls him a "brainless billionaire" as his administration steps up military efforts against the group.
Poland's president Andrzej Duda has said he will veto two contentious bills which were widely seen as assaults on the independence of the judicial system by the ruling party and sparked days of nationwide protests.
The South African government is moving ahead with draft regulations for a domestic trade in rhino horn, despite critics' concerns that a legal market will spur rhino poaching.
Economic activity across the 19-country eurozone cooled slightly in July as the region struggled to keep up the pace of its recent upturn, according to a new survey.
At least eight people are dead after female suicide bombers attacked two displaced persons camps in north-eastern Nigeria's main city, Maiduguri.
Senior White House adviser Jared Kushner has denied that he colluded with Russians in the course of President Donald Trump's White House bid and declared he has "nothing to hide".
Two Jordanians have been shot dead and an Israeli wounded in the heavily fortified Israeli embassy compound in Amman.
Boris Johnson has joked that a traditional Maori greeting could be misinterpreted as a headbutt during a visit to the South Pacific nation.
A Taliban suicide bomber has killed 24 people in an area of Kabul where prominent politicians live, causing residents and analysts to question the government's ability to protect Afghanistan's capital.