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The body of a British woman swept away by a devastating tsunami that struck Tonga has been found, her brother said in a statement received Tuesday.
The tradition dates back to the 18th century when an epidemic devastated the horse population
French-Iranian academic Fariba Adelkhah was jailed anew for breaking house arrest restrictions, an official from the Islamic republic's judiciary authority said on Sunday.
Study highlights need for screening wild animals to track evolution of coronavirus, say scientists
It is the first time since 2 December that the city-state reported over 1,000 new daily infections.
A Turkish court on Monday extended the detention of a civil society leader whose case has set Ankara on a collision course with Europe's top human rights body and Western allies.
Here is a round-up of sports events and developments in Singapore in the past week (10 to 16 January).
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic says Australian authorities have 'no principles' in its deportation of world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic over his Covid-19 vaccination status.
Greek artist Alekos Fassianos, whose work drew on his country's mythology and folklore, died Sunday at the age of 86, his daughter Viktoria told AFP.
New restrictions on what inks tattoo artists can use in the EU have come into force, with bans on substances that may cause cancer or other health issues, mainly affecting coloured ink. How will the ban affect tattoo artists in the EU?
Muay Thai is the type of martial arts that helps you reach your fitness goals in record time. But it takes consistency, effort, and exciting full-body workouts.
A Rahim M Taha, 60, was suffering from a cough but wanted to qualify for a $100 bonus for not taking medical leave.
Painted in blood red on an improvised memorial in Vienna, the number 31 is a stark reminder of a grim toll: the women killed by men in Austria last year.
Loh Kean Yew's meteoric rise in world badminton hit a road bump as he lost in the India Open final, but Singapore's mixed doubles duo Terry Hee and Tan Wei Han scored an upset win.
Just 10 years after carrying out the deadliest peacetime attack in Norway, right-wing extremist Anders Behring Breivik will on Tuesday ask a court for parole, a request widely expected to be denied.
Nepal began giving COVID-19 vaccine booster shots on Monday as coronavirus infections surged due to the spread of the Omicron variant, officials said. The booster shots will be restricted to frontline workers for one week from Monday, the Health Ministry said, after which they'll be offered to people 60 and older. “The booster shots will be given to those people who have completed six months after getting a second vaccine dose,” the government said in a statement.
Bangladesh police said Sunday they had arrested the brother of a notorious insurgent leader whose organisation has been blamed for murders and drug trafficking in sprawling Rohingya refugee camps.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Monday that he had recovered from a second bout of Covid-19, as he resumed his public activities.
Millions of Americans hunkered down as a major winter storm hit the eastern United States with heavy snow and ice knocking power out for an estimated 130,000 customers as of early Monday.
The man who held four people hostage at a Texas synagogue was identified by US authorities as a British citizen Sunday, while UK police later arrested two teens over an attack that President Joe Biden called an "act of terror."