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As the UK goes to the polls in the European Parliamentary elections, voters in the predominantly leave area of Middlesborough give their opinions.
Models from the Sao Paulo Fashion Week bring the catwalk to a Brazilian prison, parading a collection at a maximum security facility in front of the inmates who created them.
A Tokyo police smartphone app to scare off molesters has become a smash hit in Japan, where women have long run the gauntlet of groping on packed rush-hour trains.
British author and illustrator Judith Kerr, who wrote the cherished children's book "The Tiger Who Came To Tea", has died aged 95, her publisher HarperCollins announced.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives to greet supporters and party workers at the New Delhi headquarters of his Bharatiya Janata Party, after claiming a re-election sweep in India’s general election.
Videographic on the ozone layer. Industries in northeastern China have spewed large quantities of an ozone-depleting gas into the atmosphere in violation of an international treaty, scientists said Wednesday.
Rahul Gandhi, leader of India's main opposition Congress party, says he wishes Hindu nationalist Prime Minister Narendra Modi 'the best' after Modi claimed victory in India's general election.
Videographic on impeachment. US President Donald Trump erupted in fury Wednesday at unrelenting probes into his links to Russia, as the top Democrat in Congress accused the president of a "cover-up" that could be an impeachable offense.
Videographic explaining the role of interest rates in economies around the world and their effect on ordinary people. To accompany a package on the European Central Bank moving on Friday.
People celebrate in New delhiafter India's ruling Hindu nationalist party claimed victory in the country's elections after vote counting showed it heading for a majority in parliament. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES
Mexico announced it will auction off scores of luxury cars seized by police, as its austerity-crusading president seeks to send a message in a country where powerful criminals often wield their bling with impunity.
Dutch populist Thierry Baudet, leader of the Forum for Democracy (FvD) party, votes in Amsterdam in the European Parliament elections. Anti-immigration, anti-EU and climate change-sceptic, the FvD is expected to be the main winner of the elections...
Burrowing deep underground, thousands of informal miners risk their lives to find gleaming red gems as a law change spurs opportunity in Myanmar's "land of rubies".
Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Vince Cable, heads to the polls to elect the UK's future representatives in the European Parliament, an election the country did not expect to hold nearly three years after the Brexit referendum.
BJP fans celebrate in Guwahati, Assam as Narendra Modi looks on course for a major victory in the world's largest election, with early trends suggesting an even bigger win for his Hindu nationalist party than in 2014.
Toiling for long hours for a pittance, far from his family, relegated to a lowly position in society – an award-winning book by a Bangladeshi man in affluent Singapore offers a rare insight into the struggles of the city-state’s migrant workers.
Voting gets under way in Britain in elections to the European Parliament -- a contest the country had not expected to hold nearly three years after the Brexit referendum.
Supporters celebrate as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi looks on course for a major victory in the world's biggest election, with early trends suggesting his Hindu nationalist party will win a bigger majority even than 2014.
Polls open in the Netherlands for European Parliament elections, launching four days of voting across the EU. Britain and the Netherlands are the first countries to vote in the polls, in which populist parties are hoping to cause upsets throughout...
Dressed in robes and chanting in Arabic, scores of Malaysian Muslim children read the Koran out loud in a mosque to mark Nuzul Quran, an Islamic holiday.