Two explosions were reported in Kabul hours after parliamentary election polls opened in Afghanistan.
The advent of drone photography has been as big a boost to search and rescue missions as dogs, a new rescue service has claimed.
Saudi Arabia’s announcement that suspects are in custody over the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi is a “good first step”, Donald Trump has said, adding that he would work with Congress on a US response.
Cate Blanchett has defended straight actors playing gay characters and said she will “fight to the death” for the right to suspend disbelief.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex paid tribute to Australia and New Zealand’s war dead as Harry unveiled an extension to the Anzac memorial at a sombre ceremony in Sydney.
“Unscrupulous” online sellers are offering people free products in exchange for highly-rated reviews, consumer group Which? has found.
Lewis Hamilton is firmly in the driving seat to win a historic fifth world championship at Sunday’s US Grand Prix after his rival Sebastian Vettel was hit with a grid penalty.
X Factor hopeful Anthony Russell fears he would have died if Louis Tomlinson had not intervened in his battle with addiction.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex took a moment during their whistle-stop tour of Australia to remember those who have served for their country in war.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is wary of the trap which awaits his side at Huddersfield as he looks to make light of an international break which was not kind with injuries.