Fresh concerns of violence in the north-east. The National Human Rights Commission says it has credible reports that troops are targeting civilians. And have killed nearly 2 thousand people since 2010.
People around the world are praying for former president Nelson Mandela. In the US, the ailing statesman has been honoured during the Black Entertainment Television Awards. The prestigious ceremony was held in Los Angeles on Sunday night.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has been officially charged with killing four people. A US federal grand jury has indicted Tsarnaev. The incident was the largest mass-casualty attack on U-S soil since September 11, 2001.
US President Barack Obama spoke out on gay rights during his visit to Senegal yesterday. He says he believes same sex couples should enjoy the same rights, as everyone else.
Mattress retailers tell us that a good night's sleep is priceless. But how much is a decent bit of shut eye really worth, even if you do happen to be a multi-millionaire?
Australia will try to persuade judges at the International Court of Justice that Japan's alleged scientific whaling programme is merely a front for commercial whaling. Please be aware this story shows images of whales being hunted.
The fashion police upped the stakes at a highlight of Britain's social calendar this year. For the first time, visitors could be fined if they did not follow the strict rules of attire at Royal Ascot. But that didn't seem to stop the excess.
As #Supermoon trended worldwide on Twitter, thousands looked to the skies on the night of May 5/6. This video shows the moon rising over mountains in Iceland. Credit: Youtube/Dorisig
Civil unrest is continuing across Brazil as tens of thousands of protesters take to the streets. It all started with a backlash over a hike in bus fares.
Protestors in Turkey are literally standing still in Istanbul. This comes as police detained dozens of people in an operation linked to violent demonstrations against Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan.