Family of 'Star Trek' actor settles with Fiat Chrysler over fatal accident
Anton Yelchin best known for playing navigator Pavel Chekov in the “Star Trek” movie reboot, died in June 2016 when his 2015 Grand Cherokee rolled backwards in the steep driveway.
Rand slightly firms ahead of Moody's review decision
Moody’s rates the South Africa’s foreign and local currency debt on their lowest investment grade rung of Baa3.
No repeat championship for Johnson at WGC Match Play
After losing his opening match to Austrian Bernd Wiesberger on Wednesday, the world number one slumped to a 4 & 3 defeat by Canadian Adam Hadwin at Austin Country Club.
Hamilton leads Mercedes 1-2 in first practice
Champion Lewis Hamilton posted a flying lap of one minute 24.026 seconds on a glorious day at Albert Park’s lakeside circuit, leaving a gap of over half a second to teammate Valtteri Bottas.
EU backs Britain in blaming Russia for spy attack, recalls envoy
The show of support from the EU will boost Prime Minister Theresa May, who has been asking other nations to match her decision to expel Russians over the attack.
Ex-Playboy model tells CNN she 'was in love' with Trump
The White House has said that Trump denies having an affair with Karen McDougal.
Nigeria keen to ensure Africa trade bloc good for itself – president
The $3 trillion continental free-trade zone encompassing 1.2 billion people, was accepted by 44 countries on Wednesday, but Nigeria and South Africa did not sign up, diminishing its impact.
UN peacekeeper camp attacked in Mali's Kidal before PM's visit
The West African country, which is mostly desert, is due to hold a presidential election on July 29, but there are concerns that widespread security problems will prevent the vote from going ahead.
China urges US to 'pull back from brink' as Trump unveils tariff plans
Donald Trump is planning to impose the tariffs over what his administration says is a misappropriation of US intellectual property. A probe was launched last year under Section 301 of the 1974 US Trade Act.
Tencent shares set to open down 7.8% after Naspers' selldown
The stocks were set to open at HK$405, the lowest opening price since 9 February. That compared with a 3.67% fall in the benchmark index.
De Villiers wicket was catalyst for turnaround - Cummins
South Africa were cruising at 220 for two just after tea when Pat Cummins returned to the attack for a magnificent spell of bowling.
Report: Sarkozy says Libya lies make his life ‘hell’
Nicolas Sarkozy, who came under fire for giving Gaddafi a red-carpet reception in Paris in late 2007, said his problems began in March 2011 after he hosted Libyan rebels.
Zlatan leaves Man United after club agrees to terminate contract
Striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic is set to join Major League Soccer club LA Galaxy, according to media reports in England and the United States.
Toxic gases from Indonesian volcano send 30 to hospital
Nearly 200 people living on the slopes of Mount Ijen in East Java province were forced to evacuate.
Yaya Toure puts Ivory Coast international comeback on hold
The Manchester City midfielder made a surprise announcement in December of a return despite the Ivorians having failed to qualify for the World Cup in Russia.
Trump sets China tariff plan, edges away from global trade war
The United States runs a $375 billion goods trade deficit with China.
Self-driving car industry confronts trust issues after Uber crash
Industry executives had begun well before Sunday’s accident to defuse concerns by opening up about their testing methods.
Six killed in explosion outside busy hotel in Somalia's capital
Al-Shabaab’s military operation spokesman said his group had carried out the attack.