Residents, feminist groups protest against Tin Shui Wai Police Station for 10 hours on Monday.Hong Kong police tore skirt and underwear off a young female protester in Tin Shui Wai on Aug. 4 while arresting her, enraging residents who surrounded Tin Shui Wai Police Station the next day.
The United States is worried that trade and diplomatic tensions between South Korea and Japan could become even more tense and is urging both sides to consider a "standstill agreement" to allow more time for talks, a senior U.S. administration official said on Thursday.
New York City's chief medical examiner is confident Jeffrey Epstein died by hanging himself in the jail cell where he was being held without bail on sex-trafficking charges, but is awaiting more information before releasing her determination, the New York Times reported on Sunday, citing a city official.
A North Korean official told a White House National Security Council counterpart last week that working-level talks to revive denuclearization negotiations with North Korea would start very soon, a senior U.S. administration official said on Tuesday.
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Princess Haya is the latest woman from Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum's family that has sought to leave Dubai and his estate.
Senate Republicans have blocked efforts to help New Jersey and other states protect their voting machines against foreign hacking.
Longtime Trump friend Thomas Barrack sent the prepared remarks to a contact who shared them with the Emiratis and the Saudis.
Germany's Green party says China has rejected a Bundestag delegation because one of its members is a vocal supporter of the Muslim Uighur minority. Another committee's plans to travel to China are also in doubt.
Two-thirds of the United Nations Security Council - including the United States, Britain and France - asked Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday to investigate attacks on U.N.-supported medical facilities in northwest Syria, diplomats said.
A Swedish comedian - who goes by the name Olaf Falafel - came up with the top one-liner: 'I keep randomly shouting out 'broccoli' and 'cauliflower' - I think I might have florets.'
Britain has lost its 'measles free' status after three years of being officially clear of the virus. As many as 231 cases were confirmed in the first quarter of this year.
Boris Johnson has been urged to keep his promises after a report suggested the North is set to receive more than £2,300 less per person in transport spending than London.
Trump and his family were pictured boarding Air Force One in New Jersey on Sunday afternoon after their summer vacation at his Bedminster golf club.
A 22-month-old girl died Friday afternoon inside her family's minivan which was parked at a New Jersey commuter rail station for an unknown number of hours before her family (pictured) returned.
One of Australia's most wanted fugitives is believed to be in police custody after spending two years on the run.
Springville high school student Holley Gerelds said the photographer let her take her portrait with a tux instead, but when she received her yearbook, she saw 'Not Pictured' next to her name.
A 50-year-old letter in a bottle was discovered by a man on the shore of Alaska.
State's first woman elected governor saw career derailed by Hurricane Katrina.
Single women are being denied IVF treatment on the NHS because officials claim it would place a 'greater burden on society'. Health chiefs will only fund it for couples in 'stable relationships'. (stock)
The two-storey boarding house in Coogee became engulfed in flames about 5am on Monday.