Pele depressed, reclusive because of poor health: son
Pele, the pride of Brazilian football and the only player to win three World Cups (1958, 1962 and 1970), is considered by many to be the greatest footballer of all time.
BBC to make Greta Thunberg documentary series
The series will see the 17-year-old meet scientists, politicians and business moguls, challenging them to make changes.
I needed more time at Arsenal, says ex-coach Emery - report
Emery had 18 months at the Emirates Stadium after a two-year stint with Paris Saint-Germain and a spell which included winning three straight Europa League titles with Sevilla.
Lacking support, Palestinians pull request for UN vote against Trump plan
A diplomat, speaking on condition of anonymity, said that the United States has placed "very strong pressure" on other countries on the Security Council, including threats of economic retribution.
Mozambique drops SA legal challenge in extradition bid for ex-minister
Manuel Chang has been held in South Africa since December 2018 at the request of US authorities over his alleged involvement in the huge fraudulent loans to Mozambique state firms that plunged the economy into crisis.
Landmark case says Aboriginal Australians cannot be deported
The case marked the first time an Australian court has considered whether the government has the power to deport indigenous people.
Bangladesh teacher suspended for chopping hair of 50 students
Sekandar Ali, headmaster of Joari High School in Baraigram town, started cutting the boys' hair with barber's scissors on Sunday afternoon, creating panic among the students, local police chief Dilip Kumar Das said.
Hamilton and Mercedes is 'obvious pairing' says F1 team boss Wolff
Mercedes Formula 1 boss Toto Wolff said on Monday that his team's tie-up with Lewis Hamilton is the 'obvious pairing', with the future of the six-time world champion still unclear on the eve of the new season.
Long road home for Cape Town's apartheid dispossessed
South Africa's white minority government in 1966 listed District 6 as a "white" area under its racial segregation policy. Most residents were forcibly moved because they were black or mixed-race and bulldozers destroyed their homes.
Jihadists kill, abduct dozens in northeast Nigeria
The attack Sunday evening targeted the village of Auno on a key highway linking to regional capital Maiduguri.
No more delays to South Sudan peace deal, East Africans warn
President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar, whose fall out in 2013 sparked a conflict that has left hundreds of thousands dead, face a 22 February deadline to form a government.
The big winners at the Oscars
The winners of the main categories at the 2020 Oscars.
UK calls new coronavirus 'serious and imminent threat'
Britain has four confirmed cases of the virus, including one man who fell ill after going to a conference in Singapore.
Solar Orbiter launches on mission to reveal Sun's secrets
Space Orbiter is expected to provide unprecedented insights into the Sun's atmosphere, its winds and its magnetic fields, including how it shapes the heliosphere, the vast swath of space that encompasses our system.
Bong, Brad and bad 'Cats': Best Oscars moments
The wide-ranging, three-and-a-half-hour show had plenty of memorable moments in the build-up to the awarding of the top prize.
About 60 more coronavirus cases on Japan cruise ship: NHK
The Diamond Princess has been in quarantine since arriving off the Japanese coast early last week after the virus was detected in a former passenger who got off the ship last month in Hong Kong.
England coach Jones warns against Six Nations expansion
Tournament organisers have played down reports the world champions could join an expanded Six Nations in 2024.
Thai mall shooting survivors tracked killer via CCTV
Sergeant-Major Jakrapanth Thomma swaggered through the mall, a machine gun slung over his shoulder and wearing a helmet and combat gear, in full view of CCTV cameras.