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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian markets were poised to move higher on Monday, energised by a potent cocktail of upbeat Chinese trade data, a weaker yen and a firm finish on Wall Street. Both the ...
Westlife singer Kian Egan has been crowned king of the jungle on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!.
SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea confirmed on Monday the dismissal of Jang Song Thaek, the uncle of leader Kim Jong Un who was previously considered the second most powerful man in the secretive state, for committing "criminal acts". "Jang and his followers committed criminal acts baffling imagination…
The Dalai Lama, who has twice since 2009 been denied a visa for South Africa, is not planning to attend his fellow Nobel laureate Nelson Mandela's funeral, his spokesman said Sunday.
India's newfound focus on violence against women has proved "catalytic" in the global struggle for gender equality, leading activist and playwright Eve Ensler said Sunday.
By Steve Scherer ROME (Reuters) - Florence Mayor Matteo Renzi won a primary vote to become leader of Italy's centre-left Democratic Party (PD), preliminary results showed on Sunday, giving him influence over the fragile coalition government and the timing of the next elections. "With the new…
As they ate ostrich anus and pig's penis, fashion designer David Emanuel and Westlife singer Kian Egan expressed shock at finding themselves battling for the jungle crown.
Florence Mayor Matteo Renzi, a fan of US President Barack Obama who was set to be elected leader of Italy's centre-left Democratic Party on Sunday, is just 38 and already seen as a possible future prime minister.
North Korea confirmed Monday that leader Kim Jong-Un's uncle Jang Song-Thaek was removed from office for committing "criminal" acts and for leading a "counter-revolutionary faction", state news agency KCNA reported.
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro faced a big test Sunday in municipal polls seen as a referendum on his performance amid soaring crime, high inflation and household shortages.
Hollyoaks hunk Ashley Taylor Dawson may have left behind the glitz and glamour of Strictly Come Dancing, but he is looking forward to "the best Christmas ever" with his family.
Six people have been arrested following fresh allegations of match-fixing in English football, authorities announced Sunday, with media reports suggesting that even next year's World Cup could be a target.
Franco-Beninese student Flora Coquerel has said she is proud to represent a "cosmopolitan" country after being crowned the new Miss France in a lavish ceremony.
Australia's Neil Robertson fought back from 5-1 down to level the UK Championship final against defending champion Mark Selby at 6-6 in York, northern England, on Sunday.
Boy band Rough Copy have been voted out of the X Factor - leaving solo acts Sam Bailey, Luke Friend and Nicholas McDonald to fight it out in next week's final.
By Sruthi Gottipati and Mike Collett-White NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India's ruling Congress party has a very big problem, and his name is Narendra Modi. Results from local elections in four states, announced on Sunday, suggest Modi, chief minister of economic powerhouse Gujarat in the west of the…
France said its troops will begin to disarm rebels in the Central African Republic on Monday, as terrified residents in the capital Bangui holed up in their homes after a wave of sectarian violence left nearly 400 dead.
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls has told Sky News he “couldn’t give a t***” about speculation by newspapers and bookmakers about his future after stinging criticism of his Autumn Statement speech. On Sky News' Murnaghan show, Mr Balls insisted he had "never been less bothered" about "gossip and tittle…
The National Crime Agency, which is working closely with the Football Association and the Gambling Commission, confirmed it had launched its investigation after being contacted by the Sun on Sunday. As part of its investigation, the Sun on Sunday recorded footage that appears to show players…
South Africans of all races and religions united in an outpouring of prayer and song for their beloved Nelson Mandela on Sunday, hearing calls to keep his dream of a Rainbow Nation alive.