India wants global ban on BBC documentary about gang rape, in which rapists says victims should stay silent.
12:14 PM A dog that was tied to railroad tracks and shot was expected to survive after her leg was amputated Thursday.
1:01 PM Video of a man doing wrestling moves on his girlfriend becomes a viral sensation.
Chowing down on a box of chips sends one British man into a drunken, vulgar state.
Ringling Bros Circus will eliminate its elephant acts by 2018.
Archaeologists have discovered twin cities from an ancient civilisation in the dense jungle of Honduras.
America's nasty winter weather continues with a storm battering the entire east coast.
Russian president Vladimir Putin's resilience is concerning liberal opponents.
Mourners call slaying of Boris Nemtsov a "watershed" that has left them afraid for future of Russia.
Iran's president calls Israeli's PM "an aggressor person, an evil person," after controversial speech.
Iran has slammed Obama's demand that it stops nuclear development for a decade, but will continue talks.
The US ambassador to South Korea is recovering from surgery after an attack applauded by North Korean state media.
A court in Singapore has sentenced two German men to nine months jail and caning for vandalism.
More cases of Ebola have been found in Guinea and Sierra Leone, says the World Health Organisation.
Temperatures and terrain are making huge fires in Cape Town difficult to fight.
Tonga has banned fresh fruit imports from Auckland, fearing the Queensland fruit fly.
The Antarctic Chieftain is heading back to Nelson under its own steam after spending five days five days trapped by ice near Antarctica.