Survivors of the Auschwitz-Birkenau camp are gathering for today's commemorations marking the 75th anniversary of the Soviet Army's liberation of the site in Oswiecim, Poland.
New Lebanon government set to ratify financial plan hoped to salvage economy in tailspin.
The ways through which the Turkish state silences dissent are typical of the unfree world. A clear majority of Turks think that their rights are systematically violated and that they are not equal before law. Then half of them keep voting for Erdoğan
Louise, 19, from the US, started the Twitter thread by sharing a selection of gendered products, including a Ouija board designed for women and a bathbomb in the shape of a grenade for men.
The video shows about a dozen locals rush over to the intersection near Delancey and Norfolk Streets in Manhattan, where a woman was trapped underneath the SUV.
Court was presented with the trophy on court at Rod Laver Arena ahead of the blockbuster Nick Kyrgios versus Rafael Nadal match and was received well by the crowd as she posed for pictures in front of press photographers.
At least 29 killed and 195 cases of the disease confirmed in the latest outbreak to hit the country, government says.
Tributes pour in from around the world after former Los Angeles Lakers player was killed in a helicopter crash.
"I can give you this in writing, BJP does not want to open the route in Shaheen Bagh. The Shaheen Bagh route will remain closed till February 8 (election day) and it will open February 9," said Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. He said law and order in Delhi comes under the Centre and "if they are saying that they need permission from me, I am giving them permission.."
Millie Banner lives in Kingston, south Tasmania, and works as a Divemaster at a diving school where she helps run courses and takes experienced scuba divers around the local area.
Pakistani security forces have arrested the leader of a prominent human rights group
A number of private schools in Sydney have told students who recently travelled to China not to return to school for at least a fortnight, after a UNSW student became the fifth person to test positive for the coronavirus in Australia.
Al Jazeera's Beijing cameraman went home to Hubei with his family to celebrate Lunar New Year and has no idea when they will be able to return.
Hairdresser Nadezhda Z, 31, gave birth to her fourth child prematurely during the night at her home in the Talitsa, Sverdlovsk region. Her baby was found dead inside a washing machine.
NBA legend Kobe Bryant was killed on Sunday when the helicopter he was flying in crashed and burst into flames in thick foggy conditions near Los Angeles. There were nine people on board, including Kobe, and there were no survivors. The cause of the crash is not known yet. Kobe was flying with his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, who was among the victims.
Matteo Salvini, Italy's right-wing ex-interior minister, had hoped for a political earthquake in key regional poll.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison will have no wish to start the parliamentary year with Bridget McKenzie still his Sports Minister. The term Sports Rorts has a known capacity to detonate. He needs only ask the Speaker.
DFES warns residents and those in the area are in danger and need to act immediately to survive.
Kobe Bryant was one of those superstars who transcend their sport, and become known simply by a single name.
A lack of consular officials in the Chinese city at the centre of the deadly coronavirus outbreak appears to be hampering the Morrison government's efforts to evacuate more than 100 young Australians trapped there.