A newborn baby girl has been discovered buried alive in northern India, a local police chief has revealed.
More than 110,000 people are taking part in search and rescue operations after Typhoon Hagibis struck Japan on Saturday.
A black woman was shot dead by police through a bedroom window on Saturday morning, following a request to check on her welfare.
Buying the world's greatest racehorses doesn't come cheap, but even the industry's most knowledgeable experts were "blown away" by the 3.6 million guineas (about $4,356,000) spent on this year's most expensive yearling colt.
Last month, the Saudi Kingdom announced the launch of a new tourist visa program, opening up the country to mass tourism for the first time.
Typhoon Hagibis made landfall Saturday night local time, as the country braces for hurricane-force winds which has killed one person and injured 33.
The acting head of US Homeland Security, Kevin McAleenan, has resigned after six months in the post.
A man has confessed to an attack on a synagogue in Germany in which two people died, and admitted a far-right, anti-Semitic motive, during a hearing with an investigating judge.
Critics have hit out at the decision to give Peter Handke a Nobel Prize for Literature.
The US did not give Turkey a "green light" for its offensive in northern Syria, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has called on member states to pay their outstanding contributions, as the organization faces such a "severe financial crisis" that staff salaries risk not being paid next month.
At least two people have been killed in a shooting in the eastern German city of Halle, police say.
Police investigating what they say is the UK's biggest ever drugs conspiracy have arrested 13 men in dawn raids.
Italy's parliament has voted to cut the number of representatives in both houses by more than a third.
Saudi Arabia has lifted some restrictions on women travelling in the ultraconservative Muslim kingdom, its tourism authority said Sunday.
Sweden's king has removed five of his grandchildren from the royal house.
An Iranian Instagram star famous for her radical appearance and cosmetic surgery has been arrested for blasphemy by the Tehran Prosecutor's Office, according to the country's semi-official Tasnim News agency.
President Donald Trump has threatened to destroy Turkey's economy if Turkey goes "off limits" after his surprise decision to pull US forces out of north-eastern Syria.
Wood from Ghana's Lake Volta could be used to rebuild Notre-Dame Cathedral after its spire and roof were consumed by a blaze in April.
Huawei's global flagship store has opened in the heart of Shenzhen’s vibrant MixC World and it is Huawei's first direct-sale store in the world.
Portugal's Prime Minister Antonio Costa has won re-election, however, he has no outright majority in parliament.
Three Spanish police officers thrown into the sea when their boat crashed early Friday during a high-speed chase were pulled to safety by the drug-smugglers they were chasing, the authorities have revealed.
Six elephants have fallen to their deaths in Thailand while trying to save each other from a notorious waterfall.
The United Nations has called for an end to the "senseless loss of life" in Iraq as the death toll from anti-government protests nears 100.
Thousands of protesters have marched through the Haitian capital in one of the largest rallies in an ongoing push to oust President Jovenel Moise. At least two people were shot amid unconfirmed reports of deaths.
Thieves stole some of Mahatma Gandhi's remains on what would have been his 150th birthday, police say.
A man accidentally shot and killed his son-in-law who had jumped out of a bush to surprise him on his birthday, US police said.
An Antonov-12 transport plane crash-landed near Lviv airport in western Ukraine early on Friday, killing at least five people.
Text messages released by Democrats in Congress reveal how US officials worked to push the Ukrainian president into opening a public inquiry into President Trump's leading opponent, Joe Biden.
The European Union is "open but not convinced" by the UK PM's new proposals for a Brexit deal with the EU, the president of the European Council says.
A reward of up to £100,000 ($124,000) has been offered for the return of a solid gold toilet stolen from a UK stately home, as police release CCTV images of a vehicle they believe was involved in the September theft.
A knife-wielding man has killed four staff at police headquarters in Paris.
North Korea has confirmed it test-fired a new type of a ballistic missile, a significant escalation from the short-range tests it has conducted since May.
The Bronx Zoo says the woman who trespassed inside its lion enclosure put herself in serious danger.
The US has been given the go-ahead to impose tariffs on $7.5bn (£6.1bn) of goods it imports from the EU.
Australian police have arrested a 19-year-old man for allegedly running down and killing 20 kangaroos with his car.
A US former police officer who shot dead her neighbour inside his own apartment in Dallas has been found guilty of murder.
President Xi Jinping emphasized unity, development and strength as he addressed the world on the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China on Tuesday.
Saudi Arabia's crown prince has warned that oil prices could rise to "unimaginably high numbers" if the world does not act to deter Iran.
A judge in Brazil has issued a restraining order against a former attorney general after he admitted carrying a gun inside the Supreme Court to kill one of the justices.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has been ordered by Democrats to turn over documents relating to the Trump administration's dealings with Ukraine.
A Florida man faces the death penalty after being convicted of murdering a 9-year-old girl when she was left alone with him in 2014, PEOPLE confirms.
World leaders, governments and the private sector are set to announce new plans and financing initiatives at the UN High-Level Dialogue on Financing for Development in New York.
The US government has said it will cut by almost half the number of refugees allowed into the country.
BBC staff have publicly turned on their employer after the Breakfast show presenter Naga Munchetty was found to have breached the corporation’s editorial guidelines after criticising Donald Trump for telling black politicians to “go home”.
President Akufo-Addo has urged world leaders to focus their energies and resources on combating poverty.
"Biden went around bragging that he stopped the prosecution so if you can look into it... It sounds horrible to me."
Jacques Chirac, former French president whose later years were blighted by corruption scandals, has died aged 86.
Boris Johnson has told MPs the Supreme Court was "wrong to pronounce on a political question at a time of great national controversy".
Police have launched an investigation in South Korea after a doctor performed an abortion by mistake.
US Democrats have open a formal impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump over claims that he sought political help from Ukraine.