North and South Korea to bid for 2032 Summer Olympics
The North’s decision to participate in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in February triggered a dramatic diplomatic turnaround on the peninsula.
New name, same flaws in eSwatini election, say critics
Opposition activists in the tiny southern African country formerly known as Swaziland say Friday’s election is a mockery of democracy.
N. Korea's Kim says to visit Seoul, shut missile site
The visit would be the first by a Northern leader to Seoul since the end of the 1950-53 Korean War.
Philippines typhoon toll hits 81, expected to rise
Mangkhut swamped farm fields in the nation's agricultural north and smashed houses when it tore through at the weekend with violent winds and heavy rains.
Strawberry sabotage akin to ‘terrorism’ - Australia PM
Scott Morrison demanded a change in the law to put the perpetrators behind bars for 15 years.
Kaizer Chiefs soar to third after two wins in four days
Venezuelan Gustavo Paez put the Soweto club ahead on 25 minutes in central town Bethlehem and Philani Zulu added a second goal nine minutes later.
Irish president signs historic abortion ban repeal
More than 66% of voters who took part in a historic May referendum backed the repeal of a constitutional ban on terminating pregnancies.
Messi hat-trick, Reds, Inter late wins mark start of Champions League
There were dramatic late goals around Europe, including for Inter Milan against Tottenham Hotspur, and winning starts for several of the leading contenders, with Atletico Madrid battling back to beat Monaco.
US surgeon, girlfriend charged with rape, 'hundreds' of victims possible
Authorities told AFP on Tuesday they had received dozens of leads in the probe, just hours after a press conference held to try to encourage other women to come forward.
Super sub Firmino hands Liverpool flying Champions League start over PSG
Despite the late drama, victory was well deserved for last season's finalists who dominated throughout and bounced back from blowing a 2-0 first-half lead to take the early advantage in Group C.
Woodward's Trump book sells 1.1 million in first week
The tell-all account of the inner workings of US President Donald Trump's administration sold a staggering 900,000 on its 11 September release day.
5.2 million children at famine risk in Yemen: charity
Disruption to supplies coming through the embattled Red Sea port of Hodeida could 'cause starvation on an unprecedented scale,' the British based NGO said in a new report.
Record $27.5 mn settlement in NY Catholic child sex abuse case
The Diocese of Brooklyn, one of the city's boroughs, agreed to make the payments to the four, who were sexually abused between 2003 and 2009 by their religion teacher, their lawyers said.
S. Korea's Moon seeks nuclear agreement with Kim at summit
Moon is on a three-day trip to the North Korean capital for his third summit with Kim this year, hoping to reboot stalled denuclearisation talks between his hosts and the United States.
'They can be beaten': All Blacks defeat offers World Cup hope
The Springboks' 36-34 victory in Wellington on the weekend ended a 15-match winning streak for the All Blacks, who have dominated world rugby since winning their second World Cup title in England in 2015.
Global dagga consumption
The estimated prevalence of dagga use around the world. On 18 September 2018 South Africa's Constitutional Court ruled that it's legal to cultivate and consume dagga for personal use.
Coca-Cola looking at cannabis-infused drinks
Coca-Cola’s statement comes amid reports the company has held talks with Canada’s Aurora Cannabis to develop beverages.
Bloemfontein to Brighton: 5 defining moments in Japanese rugby history
After marking a debut with a narrow defeat by the United States, there was a taste of things to come when Japan shipped 60 points to England.