Researchers at Google say they are “years closer” to rolling out a network of huge balloons to provide connectivity to rural areas
The heir to the Samsung business empire has been arrested on corruption allegations.
Vitamin D supplements could spare more than three million people from colds or flu in the UK each year, researchers claim.
The next round of Geneva talks under the UN aegis is scheduled to take place on February 23.
Kim Jong-nam died after an apparent poison attack in the airport in the capital, Kuala Lumpur, on Monday.
Syrian rebels have threatened this week to boycott the talks...
Embattled White House national security adviser Michael Flynn resigned Monday night, an abrupt end to a brief tenure.
Indonesia's highest Islamic clerical council declared Valentine's Day forbidden by Islamic law in 2012.
The situation has led some analysts to warn the company's future is at risk.
India is set to launch a record 104 satellites into space in a single mission on 15 February
The majority of cases in the world's largest outbreak of Ebola were caused by a tiny handful of patients, research suggests.
La La Land has dominated the Baftas, taking five trophies - including best film and best actress for Emma Stone.
The British chanteuse opened Sunday's 59th Annual Grammy Awards singing her hit single.
Germany's parliamentary assembly has elected Frank-Walter Steinmeier, a Social Democrat, as the country's president.
The cause of his death was not immediately clear. He was in a hospital being treated for exhaustion.
Assad confirmed readiness for the talks with the representatives of opposition including armed one.
Vitaly Popov wants to keep control of his domain that looks nearly identical to Google.com.
More than 500 members of one Chinese family have posed for the ultimate family photo.
The majority of the Scottish electorate voted to remain in the bloc in last year’s in-out referendum.
They shoot a story of a young girl competing in a downhill cart race in her hometown.