Reports that Prince Harry will come to NZ after quitting the British army were welcomed by John Key.
Russia's former deputy prime minister Boris Nemtsov has been gunned down near the Kremlin.
Former British pop singer Gary Glitter has been jailed for indecently assaulting three girls.
Prince Harry is reportedly going to end his active military career and head to Australia and New Zealand.
Merve Buyuksarac won Miss Turkey in 2006. Now, just under a decade later, the former model may be jailed for insulting the Turkish president.
The Siberian crater saga is more widespread — and scarier — than anyone thought.
Al-Jazeera journalists have been arrested in Paris after flying a drone from a park on the edge of the city.
Ukraine's central bank has given itself cause for concern after a series of bizarre currency plays.
Hackers that stole banking info by hijacking more than 3m computers worldwide hit by European counter-op.
Russian president continues to pressure the Ukraine despite EU, US threats
Dutch firm admits the NSA and GCHQ probably did break into its system to steal codes for billions of users' phones.
Opponents aghast as Hitler's manifesto will be reprinted for the first time in Germany since the end of World War II.
FBI shines a torch on intelligence linking cyber attacks to countries' political motivations.
Drones buzzing Paris landmarks including the US embassy are causing concern in a city already on edge.
British police now believe that three London schoolgirls thought to be trying to join Islamic State militants, have now crossed into Syria.
Eight people were killed in a shooting in an eastern Czech town on Tuesday, news agency CTK reported.
A 33-foot wide hole opened up suddenly in a street in suburban part of Italian town.
Popular story about a Russian slain in Ukraine is illustrated with a picture of famous pornographic actress Sasha Grey.
Call for urgent steps to be taken following allegations US and British spies hacked into major SIM card maker.
Families beg three British schoolgirls to come home as authorities fear they are set to join the Islamic State extremist group.
Family of British woman who married IS fighter have branded her a disgrace and are angry she may have tried to recruit three missing schoolgirls.
OPINION: The ceasefire so vigorously pursued by the globe-trotting German Chancellor, Angela Merkel, did not last a week.
Syrian government labels a Turkish incursion into Syria an act of "flagrant aggression" and that it would hold Ankara responsible for its repercussions.
But euro zone lenders say despite Alexis Tsipras' brave talk, they've yielded "absolutely nothing" to Athens.
An Australian nurse is under observation in Britain for the deadly disease Ebola.
If we continue to believe that human dignity is not for sale, then we are the winners, and they, our jailers, are the losers.
Kiev accuses Russia of sending more tanks and troops into eastern Ukraine.
Ukrainian President accuses top Kremlin aide of directing "foreign sniper groups", who shot and killed protesters in Kiev a year ago.
Football fans banned from London stadium after club investigation into racist chanting in Paris.
British and American spy agencies hacked into a company that makes SIM cards, Snowden says.