Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said Turing would appear on the new note by the end of 2021

New Zealand lost the title clash on a technical boundary rule, giving England their first ever Cricket World Cup title

United States President Donald Trump said that his administration will carry out nationwide raids starting on Sunday to remove those in the country illegally.

2 earthquakes shook the Puget Sound region in Washington state early Friday morning, with the temblors felt into British Columbia and across the Cascade Mountains into the eastern part of the state.

On Friday, China said that it would impose sanctions on US firms involved in a deal to sell $2.2-billion worth of tanks, missiles and related equipment to Taiwan, saying it harmed China's sovereignty and national security.

Landfills in flames and rats feasting on waste in the streets have sparked health fears in Rome, as doctors warn families to steer clear of disease-ridden curbside garbage and locals launch a disgusting dumpster contest online.

Jubbaland region's president on Saturday said that the death toll from the attack on a hotel in Somalia's port city of Kismayu has risen to 26, with Kenyans, Americans, a Briton and Tanzanians among the dead.

The lizard species Indrasaurus Wangi named after ancient Hindu god Indra was swallowed whole

A source familiar with the situation on Friday said that the United States Federal Trade Commission approved a roughly $5 billion settlement with Facebook Inc this week over its investigation into the social media company's handling of user data.

A plane skid off a recently repaired runway at Nepal’s only international airport in Kathmandu on Friday

Arnold Schwarzenegger has responded to US President Donald Trump’s claim that he was there when the actor died

For two decades R. Kelly, 52, has been accused of different sexual abuse allegations

The incident took place in in the town of Hewitt, some 72 kilometres northwest from New York City on Tuesday

The set was not in use when the fire broke out on Wednesday night. No injury was reported

At least 37 people suffered head injuries after an Air Canada flight experienced turbulence mid-air

Mattel released the new doll on the 50th anniversary of Bowie’s famous song ‘Space Oddity’

A viral video showed people stopping their cars on Atlanta's busy perimeter highway and getting out to collect the money

According to the United Nations cultural body UNESCO, 99 media workers were killed worldwide in 2018

Police found animal feces containing bits of human hair, clothing and bone

A passenger train hit a stationary freight train after being wrongly diverted onto the track

The last Beetle rolled-off the production line in central Mexico on Wednesday

Bulgaria chose to buy F-16s instead of Italy’s Eurofighters and Sweden’s Gripen

North Korea has vowed to respond to South Korea’s purchase of American F-35 fighter jets

Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps boats tried to impede a British oil tanker near the Persian Gulf

A Czech couple, two Romanians and two Russians lost their lives in different accidents across the region

Egypt claims the bust of the ancient boy king was stolen from an Egyptian temple during the 1970s

Filippo Magnini saved a man from drowning who had married his partner just two days ago

A picture has gone viral on social media which at first glance looks like that of a beach in a stormy night

The Dalai Lama’s followers in Nepal wanted to celebrate the occasion in Kathmandu

At least 14 people including eight security personnel and six civilians lost their lives after a car bomb explosion

United States President Donald Trump stayed with script in his July 4 speech at the National Mall for the military parade.

A Russian Sukhoi Su-27 fighter on July 3 intercepted a Boeing P-8A Poseidon reconnaissance aircraft of the United States of America over the Crimea peninsula airspace.

On Saturday, China's Foreign Ministry said that China has received a briefing from the United States on the latest meeting between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

In comments published on Thursday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said a solution could be found to help Muslims interned in Chinese camps “taking into account the sensitivities” of both sides.

A legal battle between the ruler of Dubai and his wealthy estranged wife is leading toward a showdown in a London courtroom later this month.

Foreign secretary Jeremy Hunt, who is also a candidate for the UK Prime Minister elections, said he will accord the highest priority to relations with India.

North Korea says an Australian student who had been detained for several days before being released had been "spying" for news outlets.

A 7.1 magnitude earthquake has hit parts of Southern California.

Lawyers said in court filings submitted on Friday, the Trump administration will continue to pursue a way of adding a citizenship question to the census.

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