Nepalis spend third night in open as quake toll passes 4,000

With fears rising of food and water shortages, Nepalis were rushing to stores and petrol stations to stock up on essential supplies.

Mourners line up for Baltimore man who died in police custody

Mourners lined up before the funeral of Freddie Gray who died in police custody.

Boston bomber's lawyer urges 'unrelenting punishment' over death

During the initial stage of Tsarnaev's trial, prosecutors portrayed him as an extremist who wanted to "punish America" for military campaigns in Muslim-dominated countries.

Taliban attack northern Afghan city

The battle on the outskirts of Kunduz city, part of a stepped-up wave of attacks after the departure of most foreign troops, led President Ashraf Ghani to delay his departure.

Gift of the Givers to send team to remote Nepalese areas

South African aid organisation Gift of the Givers is planning a rescue trip to Nepal.

WATCH: Great white attacks film crew in boat

A film crew shooting a documentary in New Zealand escaped with their lives after a great white shark attacked a dinghy they were filming off.

Choppers rescue climbers stranded on Everest

Rescue teams in three helicopters were running missions to Camps One and Two on the world's highest peak following Saturday's avalanche.

Sudan's Bashir wins by landslide majority

The 71-year-old president, who is accused of genocide and other atrocities, has tightened his grip on the unstable oil producer.


IN PICTURES: Hundreds killed in Nepal earthquake

At least 449 have been killed after a shallow earthquake measuring 7.9 magnitude struck west the capital of Kathmandu, capital of Nepal the death toll is expected to increase.


UK targets racial behaviour on social media

UK gets tough with laws governing racial and xenophobic behaviour on social media.