Donald Trump pledges Nasa mission to Mars
Donald Trump has said he wants to send man back to the moon - and on to Mars.
Donald Trump has said he wants to send man back to the moon - and on to Mars.
Eighteen climate scientists from the US and elsewhere have hit the jackpot as French President Emmanuel Macron awarded millions of euros in grants to relocate to France for the rest of Donald Trump's presidential term.
The Pentagon has said that transgender people can enlist in the US military from January 1, despite President Donald Trump's opposition.
A US federal appeals court has been asked to allow a class-action lawsuit against the Veterans Affairs Department by veterans who say they became ill from radiation exposure after responding to a 1966 accident involving US hydrogen bombs in Spain.
Poland's new prime minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, has been officially sworn into office along with the Cabinet members who served under his predecessor.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has arrived in Ankara to meet his Turkish counterpart, following visits to Syria and Egypt.
Three women who have previously accused President Donald Trump of sexual harassment are sharing their stories on NBC's Megyn Kelly Today.
A US federal judge had warned President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman that he should not be trying his case in the press.
An earthquake has jolted a western region near Iran's border with Iraq, according to Iran's state TV.
An Italian man who drove his car last week into pedestrians near a Christmas market had been aiming to kill, investigators believe.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has pushed for the quick formation of a new governing alliance with Germany's main centre-left party, saying that only a coalition will bring the "stable government" needed at a challenging time for Europe.
Mikheil Saakashvili, the former Georgian president turned opposition leader in Ukraine, has appeared in court in Kiev.
A crude pipe bomb strapped to a man inspired by the Islamic State group went off on Monday in a crowded subway corridor near Times Square, injuring the man, slightly wounding three others and disrupting the rush-hour commute for hundreds of thousands of...
Hundreds of people, including two government ministers, attended a commemoration ceremony to honour a Croatian general who died after apparently taking poison at a United Nations tribunal that confirmed his war crimes conviction.
The German government has condemned anti-Semitic incidents that took place during protests in recent days.
Russian president Vladimir Putin, making his second visit to Egypt in as many years, has held talks with his Egyptian counterpart on their countries' rapidly expanding ties.
India's main opposition Congress party has named Rahul Gandhi, a member of the country's Nehru-Gandhi political dynasty, as party president.
An influential Iraqi Shiite cleric has urged his fighters to hand state-issued weapons back to the government, following Iraq's declaration of victory against the Islamic State group.
Yemen's Shiite rebels have killed at least 20 people and detained dozens across the country's north since killing their top ally, former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, according to reports.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has asked Congress to extend the martial law he declared in the country's south by one year to ensure the "total eradication" of pro-Islamic State group extremists.
President Vladimir Putin has visited a Russian military air base in Syria, declaring victory and announcing a partial pullout of forces from the country.
Saudi Arabia has announced it will allow cinemas to open in the conservative kingdom next year, for the first time in more than 35 years, in the latest social push by the country's young crown prince.
French baby-milk maker Lactalis has ordered a global recall of millions of products over fears of salmonella bacteria contamination.
A trial has begun in Turkey of dozens of suspects, including the alleged gunman, accused over the New Year's Eve nightclub attack that left 39 people dead in Istanbul.
Corsican nationalists won elections on Sunday on the French Mediterranean island of Corsica for a new regional assembly, crushing President Emmanuel Macron's young centrist movement and traditional parties.
Venezuela's ruling socialist party has swept mayoral races in most of the state capitals and major cities in elections boycotted by several opposition parties.
An American researcher who shared this year's Nobel Prize for medicine has bluntly criticised political developments at home in his address at the awards' gala banquet.
A growing Southern California wildfire is threatening the wealthy seaside enclave of Montecito, where celebrities have evacuated estates perched on hillsides below heavy flames.
Melbourne will test a terrorism alarm system this month after police thwarted two alleged plots targeting Christmas and New Year crowds and a lone driver killed six pedestrians in the last year in Australia's second-largest city.
Honduras' electoral court finished a hand recount of votes in nearly 5,000 ballot boxes on Sunday, saying that results are "extremely consistent" with original data.
The leader of an Italian party that hopes to capitalise on growing resentment of migrants and asylum-seekers told supporters it would be "splendid" if he wins national elections and his government can issue one-way tickets home to undeserving refugees.
Kenya's opposition leader has postponed a mock ceremony to inaugurate him as president until a later date.
An Airbus had to make an unscheduled stop in Germany after a business class passenger who was denied more champagne became aggressive.
A leading activist in the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, this year's Nobel Peace Prize winner, has likened her group's aim with her struggle to survive the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
Three people who allegedly threw firebombs at a synagogue in Gothenburg have been arrested, as Jewish groups condemned the attack and demanded authorities take action.
A security guard has been stabbed in Jerusalem as protests and demonstrations take place across the world following US president Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
About 10,000 people have rallied outside a US Embassy in Indonesia to support Palestinians and denounce the decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Arab foreign ministers have demanded that the United States rescind Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital, calling it a "grave" development that puts Washington on the same side as "occupation" and the violation of international law.
President Donald Trump has paid tribute to the leaders and foot soldiers of the civil rights movement whose sacrifices helped make the United States a fairer and more just country.
U2 frontman Bono has said he takes an investigation into his business arrangements "incredibly seriously" and wants them to be transparent.
Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered two ancient tombs in the southern city of Luxor.
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons, the recipient of this year's Nobel Peace Prize, has installed 1,000 red paper cranes outside the Norwegian Parliament before formally receiving the award.
Iraq has announced that the fight against Islamic State is over after more than three years of combat operations.
A senior Iraqi military commander has said his country's war against the Islamic State group is over.
A winter storm has shrouded the Deep South in the US in snow and threatened more as it advances eastwards.
France has bid farewell to its biggest rock star, honouring Johnny Hallyday with a funeral procession down the Champs-Elysees, a presidential speech and a parade of motorcyclists - all under intense security.
Two Hamas members have been killed in Israeli air strikes following a rocket attack on Israel, Gaza officials said.
Deep water salvage experts are being deployed to search for a transport aircraft that crashed in the western Pacific last month, killing three sailors, the US navy said.
Americans must be vigilant in their defence of democracy or risk following the path of Nazi Germany in the 1930s, former US president Barack Obama has said.
California's governor has warned that deadly and destructive wildfires in winter are "the new normal".
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