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Mothers clinging to their lives in trees were seen throwing their babies to safety, as rescue workers race against time to prevent further deaths from Cyclone Idai.
Shocking new footage shows the alleged Christchurch mosque terrorist engaged in a chilling act from his car in the middle of the massacre.
A woman has been charged after posting a hateful message to her Facebook page in the wake of the Christchurch shootings.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has spoken of the “frustratingly slow” process of releasing bodies to loved ones for burial.
Voice recordings have captured the chilling final moments in the flight deck of the Lion Air plane, right before it plunged into the sea.
This woman was posing for a spectacular holiday snap cliff on an island off Bali. She didn’t see a massive wave coming straight for her.
The head of Japan’s Olympic Committee has resigned amid a bribery scandal that investigators suspect helped Tokyo land next year’s Games.
A pair of JetBlue pilots have been accused of drugging and raping two female airline workers during a horror ordeal in Puerto Rico.
New Zealand’s PM has launched a stunning attack on Facebook after it was revealed it was unable to stop the spread of the massacre video.
The National Enquirer’s publisher wasn’t cheap when it came to obtaining intimate texts and photos between Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his mistress Lauren Sanchez.
After pilots were encouraged to refuse flying to this country out of grave fears, American Airlines finally decided to axe its routes there.
Two teenage boys have opened fire at a primary school in Brazil, killing at least eight people before killing themselves.
As millions continue to starve in ravaged Venezuela, this tragic photo is being shared as a symbol of their pain. Warning: Graphic content
Mothers clinging to their lives in trees have been seen throwing their babies to safety after flash floods wiped out entire communities.
They can’t even count the dead in a city of 500,000 people as chilling images show the unprecedented disaster is far from over.
Within days of the Ethiopian Airlines crash, Boeing MAX 8s were grounded around the world. But why were governments so quick to act?
A map shows how Islamic State has rapidly dwindled over the last two days, with desperate fighters releasing images of battle.
Scott Morrison has called the case of an Australian IS bride and mother a “tragedy” but said he won’t endanger Australians to assist her.
Fanatical Islamic State brides in Syria have vowed revenge on the West as their “caliphate” faces defeat. Their plans are already in motion.
“Vile” comments by Turkish President Recep Erdogan outraged Australians. But this is what his people want you to know he “actually said”.
The Brexit mess keeps on getting messier. Now a rule dating from 1604 could see the UK crash out of the EU even though MPs have voted against just that.
Relatives of victims of the Srebenica massacre have cheered as a UN court increased the sentence of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic, convicted of “crimes against humanity”.