Nirav Modi, the Indian jeweller wanted in the $2 billion bank fraud, has been arrested in the UK.
Indonesian investigators said the cockpit recording from the crashed Lion Air jet showed the pilots searching a manual to try to find why the plane kept lurching downwards.
Police have launched an investigation after four mosques in Birmingham were attacked on Wednesday night.
New Zealand will ban all types of semi-automatic weapons used in the Christchurch attacks that left 50 people dead.
At least six people have been killed and more than 23 others injured in multiple explosions in the Afghan capital of Kabul.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May's made a direct appeal to the British people for backing her Brexit deal.
Rescue workers are racing against time to reach around 10,000 survivors in central Mozambique because of the damage caused by Cyclone Idai.
Italian police have rescued 51 children after their school bus driver took them hostage on the outskirts of Milan and set the vehicle on fire.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe may head to America late April to hold talks with President Donald Trump.
The Nicaraguan government has announced its willingness to free all protesters arrested in the last year within 90 days, in a bid to restart peace talks.
An arrest warrant has been issued for Guatemala' former attorney general.
Theresa May is expected to request a short delay to Brexit.
A rare giant sunfish has washed on an Australian beach.
The USA has ordered a review to determine how Boeing's 737 Max aircraft got its licence to fly.
A Danish lawmaker has been told that her baby is 'not welcome' in the parliament's chamber.
Burials have begun for the victims of New Zealand's mosque shooting which left 50 people dead.
Kazakhstan’s president has announced his retirement after nearly 30 years as leader of the central Asian nation.
Paris has been named the world's most expensive city to live in alongside Hong Kong and Singapore.
A fisherman who went missing in the Philippines has been rescued.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has vowed never to utter the name of the man responsible for the mosque attack in an effort to deprive him of the publicity he craved.
A curvier's beaked whale washed up dead in the Philippines, with 40 kg of plastic waste in its stomach.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May is holding talks with her cabinet on how to proceed with Brexit after a major intervention from the Speaker of the House of Commons.
At least three people have died and one person reported missing after severe flooding in America's midwest.
Industrialist Anil Ambani has thanked his brother Mukesh for ensuring he didn’t have to do any jail time.
A man has been arrested after killing three people and wounding five others in a shooting on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht.
Cyclone Idai has caused massive damage in Malawi, Mozambique and Zimbabwe, killing more than 150 people.
At least three people have been killed and several others injured in a shooting in the central Dutch city of Utrecht.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Monday said changes to the gun laws will be announced within the next few days.
The death toll from floods and landslides in the easternmost province of Indonesia's Papua has climbed to 80.
Two subway trains in Hong Kong have collided while testing a new signal system.
A court in New Zealand has denied bail for an 18-year-old after he was charged with distributing the live stream footage from last week's mosque attack.
The Australian charged with murder in the Christchurch mosque attack has fired his court-appointed lawyer and plans to represent himself in court.
The crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that killed 157 people had "clear similarities" with October's Lion Air crash.
At least four people have been killed and 10 others injured after a bomb exploded on a train track in Pakistan's Baluchistan province.
New Zealand police have closed Dunedin airport late Sunday following a report of a suspicious package on the airfield.
A Pakistani national who died saving others in the Christchurch mosque attack will be awarded in his home country for his courage.
Ethiopian Airlines has offered to give soil from the crash site to the families of the victims to bury in place of the remains of their loved ones.
The man arrested for carrying out the mosque attacks in the New Zealand city of Christchurch is believed to have acted alone.
Argentina has temporarily closed its airspace to any flights operating the Boeing 737 Max fleet.
Flash floods and mudslides triggered by torrential rain in Indonesia's Papua province have killed at least 50 people and injured 59 others.
Facebook said it has removed 1.5 million videos of the New Zealand mosque shooting in the first 24 hours of the attack.
More than 170 countries around the world have promised to "significantly reduce" how much plastic they use by 2030.
Two former police officers in Brazil are set to face a criminal trial in the murder of a Rio de Janeiro councilwoman.
US President Donald Trump has vetoed a bid from Congress to oppose his declaration of a national emergency at the US-Mexico border.
The main suspect in the mosque shootings that killed 49 people in New Zealand on Friday has appeared in court.
At least 49 people have been killed and dozens more injured in shootings at two mosques in Christchurch.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May will for a third time try to convince the British Parliament to back her Brexit deal.
Here's what we know so far from the shootings in the New Zealand city of Christchurch
Four people have been arrested in connection with the shootings in Christchurch in which multiple people were killed.
An earthquake measuring magnitude 6.5 has struck Bolivia.
New Zealand's Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has given a speech following the fatal shootings in Christchurch, in which 40 people died.
There are "multiple fatalities" after shootings at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch.
Two black boxes from the Boeing 737 MAX airplane that crashed in Ethiopia have been taken to Paris for expert analysis.
The European Union hopes delegates from roughly fifty countries joined forces to drum up aid for Syria.
Johnson & Johnson has been ordered by a California jury to pay $29 million to a woman after she blamed the talcum-powder-based products for causing her mesothelioma.
American pilots who flew the Boeing 737 Max had registered complaints about the performance of the jet months before the fatal Ethiopian Airlines crash.
UK MPs will vote on Thursday on delaying Brexit after they decisively rejected a no-deal Brexit.
Malaysia on Thursday rejected Vietnam's request to free a woman accused of the murder of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother.
Boeing has grounded its entire global fleet of 737 Max aircraft.
India has expressed disappointment over China blocking a bid to list Masood Azhar as a UN-designated terrorist.
India has finally announced its decision to ground Boeing 737 Max 8 fleet, after earlier issuing safety guidelines.
South Korean lawmakers have passed a bill that designates fine dust as a "social disaster", allowing the government to unlock emergency funds to tackle the issue.
US lawmakers are urging the Federal Aviation Administration to ground the Boeing Max 8 jetliner.
China has stepped forward to help Venezuela restore its power grid, after the country plunged into its worst blackout on record.
Boeing shares tumbled over 5 per cent by midday trading on Wall Street on Tuesday as a number of nations have grounded the company's 737 Max 8 jet.
UK MPs will vote on whether they want to leave the European Union with no deal in place.
Vietnam has called on Malaysia to free a Vietnamese woman accused of killing North Korean leader's half-brother Kim Jong-Nam in 2017.
European Union leaders are voicing their frustration after the Brexit divorce deal has failed a second time in the UK.
UK MPs will vote later Tuesday on a Brexit deal, after "changes" were won by British negotiators.
Authorities in the Philippines have launched a search for three suspects in the brutal killing of a 16-year-old girl in Cebu province.
Australia and Singapore have suspended operations of all Boeing 737 Max models.
An Australian schoolboy has been winning the internet after writing about his dreams of setting up his own airline to Qantas CEO Alan Joyce.
Google on Tuesday displayed a special doodle to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web (WWW).
A top South Korean pop artist has announced his retirement from showbiz amid a criminal investigation involving drugs and assault.
Twenty-two people kidnapped by an armed gang from a bus in northern Mexico last week may be migrants.
The United States is set to withdraw all remaining diplomatic personnel from its embassy in Caracas this week.
The UK says it has secured "legally binding changes" to the controversial Irish border backstop in the Brexit deal, ahead of Tuesday's crucial vote.
Plane-maker Boeing is under pressure over its new 737 Max 8 model after the Ethiopian Airlines crash on Sunday which killed 157 people.
Thousands of people took to the streets of Moscow on Sunday to protest against a bill proposing greater controls over Russia's internet.
Ethiopian Airlines has grounded its Boeing 737 Max 8 fleet, just a day after a crash killed all 157 people on board.
Negotiations between the European Union and the United Kingdom will resume on Monday, after a weekend of zero progress.
A Saudi Arabian flight was forced to return to Jeddah airport after a passenger reported she had forgotten her baby near the boarding area.
The advertising blitz by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's administration has stopped on Monday, a day after the schedule for the general election was announced.
The Indonesian woman accused of murdering Kim Jong-Nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un, has been freed.
India's national elections will be held in seven phases from April 11.
All 149 passengers and eight crew members on board an Ethiopian Airlines jet that crashed six minutes after take-off have died.
Tunisia’s health minister Abdel-Raouf El-Sherif has resigned after the mysterious deaths of 11 babies within 24 hours at a state-run hospital in the capital.
Venezuelan security forces have been deployed in large numbers in Caracas ahead of pro and anti-government protests.
At least 30 people suffered minor injuries after a Turkish Airlines flight hit severe turbulence before it landed safely at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport on Saturday.
A tour operator has narrowly escaped after being swept into a whale’s mouth for 1.8 seconds off the coast of South Africa.
Colombia will allow Venezuelans to cross the border using expired passports due to the growing unrest in the region.
North Korea could be preparing to launch a missile or rocket in the near future.
Fugitive billionaire Nirav Modi, who is wanted in $2 billion-bank fraud case in India, has been tracked down to London.
Venezuela's power supply remained patchy on Friday after a massive blackout paralyzed most of the country.
The baby of Shamima Begum, a British-born teenager who fled London to join the IS, has died in Syria.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban says his ruling Fidesz party may quit the largest bloc in the European Parliament.
India's Supreme Court has ordered mediation in the Ayodhya land dispute.
It has been five years since the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
US President Donald Trump's former campaign manager has received a nearly four-year sentence for tax and bank fraud.
North Korea has criticised ongoing military drills between the US and South Korea even though the allies have considerably scaled back the exercises.
Fourteen people have been charged in Denmark for sharing a video on social media showing the murder of Scandinavian tourists in Morocco.
The European Union (EU) says it will work over the weekend to break a Brexit deadlock, if the UK can quickly suggest new proposals.
At least 26 people have been injured after a grenade exploded at a busy bus stand in the Indian state of Jammu on Thursday.
The Chinese telecoms firm Huawei is suing the United States for excluding it from government contracts.
Thailand's Constitutional Court on Thursday ordered the dissolution of a political party for nominating the king's sister as its prime ministerial candidate.
UK police are investigating a suspicious package sent to Glasgow University after it was linked with devices discovered around London.
Venezuela has released an American journalist and his Venezuelan colleague after more than 12 hours in custody.
Passengers and crew on a Virgin Atlantic flight have been put into quarantine after landing at London's Gatwick airport due to widespread sickness on board.
The number of people killed in the Indonesian mine collapse has risen to 16.
Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn has been released from a Japanse prison more than three months after being arrested on charges of financial misconduct.
The Philippines’ top defence official has urged the government to review a decades-old defence treaty with its longtime ally United States.
South Korean intelligence has reportedly told lawmakers in Seoul that North Korea is rebuilding a rocket launch site that it had promised the US it would dismantle.
Thousands of passengers have been left stranded at Kenya's main international airport early Wednesday after aviation workers went on strike.
An investigation has been launched after three packages containing explosives were found near major transport hubs in London.
At least 16 people have been killed after suicide bombers and gunmen attacked a construction firm near the main airport in Jalalabad on Wednesday.
A man has died after being mauled to death by a lion he kept at his home in Czech Republic.
UK Brexit negotiators are heading back to Brussels Tuesday to continue to get concessions on the controversial Irish backstop.
An Australian AirBnB host has admitted to killing a guest over an unpaid bill of $149 (around AED 547).
Britain's royal family has issued a social media guideline after repeated cases of online abuse directed at Duchesses Meghan and Kate.
French President Emmanuel Macron has written an open letter to European citizens, issuing an urgent appeal for mobilisation against the threats of nationalist retrenchment and apathy.
Rescue workers have been carrying out extensive searches in Alabama after a devastating tornado killed at least 23 people, and destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses in the region.
Venezuela's self-declared interim president, Juan Guaido, has defied the threat of arrest to return home on Monday.
Kenyan Finance Minister Henry Rotich has been summoned for a second time over a multi-million dollar scandal involving advance payments for two dam projects.
China has accused two Canadian nationals of spying and stealing national secrets.
The UK government's launching a $2 billion fund for less prosperous towns after Brexit.
Philippine police have seized 1,529 live turtles wrapped in duct tape inside suitcases abandoned at Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport.
The chief financial officer of China's tech giant Huawei is suing the Canadian government over her high-profile detention.
At least 22 people have been killed after a tornado struck the southern US state of Alabama, causing “catastrophic” damage.
Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido says he's returning to the country to attend protest marches.
An armed group in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has shot dead five civilians and a soldier, adding to concerns about worsening security in the Ebola-hit area.
A Senior Democrat in the US House of Representatives is initiating a major investigation into President Donald Trump, his administration and his associates.
As many as 44 migrants have been arrested in France for climbing aboard a ferry docked at the port of Calais.
US Senator Bernie Sanders has launched his 2020 presidential bid by vowing to defeat "the most dangerous president in modern American history" in Donald Trump.
The husband of IS runaway teen Shamima Begum says he wants to return to the Netherlands with her and their newborn son.
The US and South Korea have confirmed plans to end large-scale joint military exercises to "achieve complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula".
An Italian top mafia fugitive Marco Di Lauro has been arrested in Naples after over 14 years on the run.
US President Donald Trump has said North Korea does not have any economic future if it doesn't denuclearise.
Tens of thousands of people marched across cities in Algeria against President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s bid for a fifth term in office.
US-backed Syrian forces battling the IS terror group said it was closing in on their last bastion near the Iraqi border.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has been granted permission to leave prison to attend his seven-year-old grandson's funeral.
The UN Security Council designated Osama bin Laden's son Hamza under its sanctions list, subjecting him to a travel ban, assets freeze and an arms embargo.
The Indian pilot who was captured after his fighter jet was shot down in Pakistan has been released.
The family of a US student who died after he was jailed in North Korea have rebuked President Donald Trump for siding with leader Kim Jong-Un.
The Canadian government has approved the extradition proceedings against Huawei's chief executive Meng Wanzhou.
Four airports in Pakistan will start partial operations on Friday, with a full resumption of commercial flights to take place on Monday.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.1 has struck southern Peru.
Australia is in the middle of its hottest summer on record.
An Ebola treatment center in Congo has been set on fire.
The USA is offering a cash reward of up to USD $1 million (AED 3.67 million) for information about one of the sons of Osama Bin Laden.
North Korea says it didn't demand a total relief from sanctions during the failed summit in Hanoi.
A man has died after being pulled out of a collapsed gold mine in Indonesia.
Bangladesh's government says it cannot take in any more refugees from Myanmar.
Security forces in Afghanistan have thwarted another attack by Taliban fighters on a military base in the south of the country.
The death toll from Thursday's car bomb attack in Somalia has risen to 29.
The Indian pilot captured in Pakistan is set to be released today.
According to the country's civil aviation authority, operations will resume at 5 PM UAE time on Friday.
Dubai's Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has issued a powerful reminder to motorists about the dangers of tailgating.
The new 813 Satellite will allow experts to monitor changes in the earth's environment and climate.