Australian police raided 2 homes as part of the investigation into the attacks on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
According to the police, gunmen attacked a convoy of trucks carrying uranium fuel to a nuclear power plant near the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro.
Officials in San Francisco proposed a new law to ban e-cigarette sales until their health effects are evaluated by the US government.
According to the United Nations, Cyclone Idai has triggered a "massive disaster" in southern Africa affecting hundreds of thousands if not millions of people.
New Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern has called for a global fight to root out racist right-wing ideology following last week's deadly attack on two mosques in Christchurch.
On Monday, United States President Donald Trump insulted possible 2020 presidential elections rival, Joe Biden in his tweet.
An Airbnb host in Australia has been imprisoned for 11 years for claiming the life of a guest who could not afford to pay.
Charity, Save The Children, said that an aerial survey of Mozambique's cyclone-hit province shows that a 50km (30 miles) stretch of land is under water.
One of Africa's most popular singers, Koffi Olomidé, has been found guilty of the statutory rape of one of his former dancers when she was 15.
Hong Kong, Singapore and Paris have topped the list of the world's most expensive cities.
Melting snowpack and heavy rains have brought historically high flooding to several Midwestern states and have led to thousands of evacuations.
Facebook said that the original live video of last week's Christchurch attacks was viewed 4,000 times before it was removed.
Italy's La Scala opera house would be returning more than €3 million to Saudi Arabia after a funding plan with the kingdom triggered a public backlash.
New Zealand's Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern has pledged that she will never say the name of the Christchurch mosque gunman.
On Monday, the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism, Dalai Lama said that it was possible that once he dies, his incarnation could be found in India, where he has lived in exile for 60 years, and warned that any other successor named by China would not be respected.
According to an official statement, on Monday Pakistan Air Force's fighter jets carried out take-off and landing sorties from highways as part of its operational readiness.
United States-backed fighters said that they had taken positions in Islamic State's last enclave in eastern Syria and air strikes pounded the tiny patch of land beside the Euphrates River early on Monday, according to a Reuters journalist.
On Monday, Dutch police arrested a Turkish man suspected of claiming lives of 3 and wounding 5 on a tram in the Dutch city of Utrecht.
There were 16 rice sacks in its stomach, as well as "multiple shopping bags".
The deceased is Suresh Kanti Tonchangya.
Rangamati's police chief Alamgir Kabir said the group came under attack in Noymile area.
A parade is scheduled on March 23 to mark Pakistan Day.
He said the national rail operator, Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa), had to act to improve the situation "otherwise heads will roll".
Ardern underlined that the country's gun laws will undergo changes and become stricter.
This time of year, it is prone to cyclones and tropical storms, and was struck by severe flooding from Cyclone Eline in February 2000.
Authorities said the attacker's motive was unclear.
The UK home office told the Indian authorities on March 8 that India’s request to extradite Modi had been certified.
But May suffered a setback Monday when former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson refused to support her deal.
The paper comes days after China put a technical hold on India’s bid in the UNSC to designate Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Masood Azhar as a “global terrorist.”
On Monday, the government said in a new policy paper that China has arrested nearly 13,000 terrorists and dismantled over 1,500 terror gangs in the northwestern Xinjiang province since 2014.
On Sunday, a United Nations envoy denounced Gaza's ruling Hamas group for what he called its campaign of arrests and violence in confronting street protests over the past few days against high prices.
On Sunday, Ethiopia said that the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines plane that killed 157 people had "clear similarities" with October's Lion Air crash, revealed by initial analysis of the black boxes recovered from the wreckage of the March 10 disaster.
Shooting in the Dutch city of Netherlands's Utrecht has killed 1 person and has wounded several others. The shooting was reported in a residential neighbourhood on Monday morning.
On Sunday, New Zealand Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern said that she received a 'manifesto' from the terrorists who opened fire in two churches in Christchurch just nine minutes before the attack.
According to a disaster agency official, around 35 foreign and domestic tourists are believed to be trapped and two others died after landslides hit a waterfall site on Indonesia's tourist island of Lombok on Sunday.
In a series of tweets on Sunday, Fernandes said Facebook Inc. could have done more and that his Facebook account had 670,000 followers.
Prime Minister Mark Rutte said he is "deeply concerned" about the incident. The government is holding crisis talks over the incident.
Swaraj arrived here on Sunday on a two-day visit, the first full-fledged bilateral trip from India to the island nation after the government of President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih came to power in November last year.
More than three dozen people remain missing, while scores have been injured in the disaster, triggered by torrential rain and landslides.