Hollywood actor Johnny Depp appears to joke about killing U.S. President Donald Trump during an appearance at the UK's Glastonbury Festival. Rough cut (no reporter narration).
Close down Al Jazeera, reduce ties to Iran - Arab states have given Qatar a list of demands to meet in order to end their embargo against it. Qatar denies their accusation that it funds terrorism and says it won't negotiate unless they re-establish ties first. Lucy Fielder reports.
India skipper Virat Kohli took a dig at former national team coach Anil Kumble's comments in his resignation letter, asserting that sanctity of the dressing room has to be maintained.
Bollywood star Saif Ali Khan's new film "Kaalakaandi" had been locked for release onSeptember 8. He says the movie is fun, yet moving. About the film, Saif said:"Kaalakaandi' is a film I'm so happy to be a part of. It's a cross section of Mumbai with underworld goons, doomed
From celebrities to commoners, everyone iswaiting for the release of the superstar Salman Khan starer film 'Tubelight' and prior to it's release a special screening was held which was indeed a star studded event.
Veteran actress Sridevi on Friday released the second trailer of her upcoming project "Mom" on social media and it does keep you on the edge of your seats hearing the intense dialogue delivery. Taking to twitter she shared the video and wrote-
We already saw the sweet-sour chemistry of Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif but did you notice the talented actor Govinda's presence too in the film? Earlier speculations were doing rounds that superstar Shah Rukh Khan will be a part of this film, he was said to have a cameo but now looking at this
After watching the small snippets from the film 'Jab Harry met Sejal' we know Anushka is playing a Gujarati character 'Sejal' and now here we see how Shah Rukh Khan opted to begin promotions from Gujarat itself. Shah Rukh Khan along with filmmaker Imtiaz Ali met Gujarat Chief Minister
Russians are among the biggest drinkers of alcohol in the world, yet are developing a new taste for alcohol-free beer. As Sonia Legg reports, it could help save a brewing industry that has stalled under government initiatives to discourage drinking.
Toshiba Corp has said it is open to talks with Western Digital Corp in their dispute over the sale of the Japanese conglomerate's prized chip unit - an apparent olive branch after it chose another suitor as preferred bidder. As Sonia Legg reports, the offer comes after crisis-wracked Toshiba suffered
The ride sharing firm has hired a law firm to probe how it obtained medical records of an Indian woman who was raped by an Uber driver. Conway Gittens reports it could be a factor that led to the CEO's resignation.
One year on from the Brexit vote, UK stocks continue to lag peers in Europe and elsewhere as a cloudy outlook for sterling dented appetite among foreign investors. Ivor Bennett reports on the prospects for Britain in the week Brexit negotiations began.
Oil edged up on Friday, recovering some of its steep falls earlier in the week, but crude is still set for its worst first-half decline in two decades despite ongoing production cuts. Ciara Lee reports.
A convoy bringing food and medical supplies entered the besieged city of Rastan, north Homs province, on June 22. Local reports said that a total of 43 trucked loaded with 21,500 food baskets and 21,500 flour bags were distributed to about 120,000 people living in Rastan. This video was shared by a pro-opposition
On Thursday 22nd June, the African and Caribbean War Memorial was unveiled in Brixton, London. It's the first UK memorial to specifically honour Commonwealth soldiers from Africa and the Caribbean who fought during World War I and World War II. In attendance were London Mayor Sadiq Khan and Defence
Brittany Ferries which transports passengers and freight between the UK and Europe is building a new LNG powered ship, despite brexit uncertainty, which as Kate King reports, has seen its profits fall.
Choi-Soon sil, the close friend of disgraced former South Korean leader Park Geun-hye, is jailed for three years for abuse of power. It's the first in a string of sentences she's expected to receive. Graham Mackay reports.
Five activists scaled the Channel 7 building in Melbourne to protest federal immigration policy, holding up a sign saying “Deportation = Death” on Friday, June 23. The demonstrators were calling on the government to repeal the Border Force Act and “evacuate every last person from Manus Island and Nauru
Peru's opposition-controlled Congress dismissed the finance minister, a blow to President Kuczynski's efforts to jumpstart the faltering economy. Fred Katayama reports.