10:44 PM Despite protests, Hindu worshippers slaughter thousands of animals in remote corner of Nepal to honour their goddess.
10:51 PM Japan's biggest newspaper apologises for use of the term "sex slave" to describe women who worked in WWII brothels.
Protesters in Ferguson, Missouri began targeting Black Friday sales at major retailers in a new tactic to vent their anger.
Pope Francis is set to visit to Turkey in a challenging trip aimed at building bridges with Islam.
Barack Obama last year said a $7bn plan to "Power Africa" would bring "light where currently there is darkness".
Recaptured paedophile Phillip Smith made a final obscene gesture before boarding plane to NZ.
President vows to reform police, battle organised crime.
British Prime Minister David Cameron plans to limit immigration from the EU ahead of election.
Former minister in David Cameron's government loses libel case over a newspaper article which said he had insultingly referred to police as "plebs".
Sometimes, a surprising photo will stay with a photojournalist all too familiar with suffering.
French officials say David Drugeon is a 24-year-old former truck driver and no "James Bond". So why is the US so determined to blow him up?
North Korea reveals that Kim Jong-Un's younger sister holds the title of a senior party official, confirming her rise through the ranks.
Hong Kong student leader Joshua Wong was banned from a large area in Mong Kok as a condition of bail.
Three dozen UN peacekeepers desert, complaining that supplies including food and water were slow to reach them.
European Commission calls for 5000 doctors to be sent to combat Africa's Ebola epidemic, a European source has claimed.
Second New Zealander serving as Tonga’s police commissioner kicked out.
Summer will see China install a fifth station in Antarctica under the Antarctic Treaty.