A severe tropical cyclone made landfall in northern Australia on Saturday with wind gusts of up to 250 km/h (155 mph), and another one is approaching the west of the country.
ISIS has lost its final stronghold in Syria, the Syrian Democratic Forces announced Saturday, bringing an end to the so-called caliphate declared by the terrorist group in 2014.
Ethiopian Airlines unveiled plans last October to build a mega-airport south of Addis Ababa. The new hub, it claimed, would handle 80 million passengers a year — the same volume as Heathrow in London.
The possession and distribution of a manifesto believed to be written by the suspect behind the Christchurch mosque attack is now illegal in New Zealand, officials said.
Florida has earned a reputation for being home to some colorful characters -- most notably the "Florida man."
President Donald Trump claimed Wednesday at an Ohio rally that wind turbines significantly decrease property value.
Many Americans and Canadians have a great chance to see the northern lights on Friday night and early Saturday morning.
British Airways is launching its shortest flight to date: a 54-mile, 50-minute flight from Bahrain International Airport to Dammam, Saudi Arabia. The return flight will be even quicker, with only 40 minutes spent in the air.
It seems every week brings a new story about a popular tourism destination having to close or impose controls to deal with an increased amount of foot traffic.
PSG star Neymar is facing a ban after being charged by UEFA following for his online rant in the wake of his side's Champions League defeat to Manchester United.