Malaysian authorities said on Tuesday they had yet to determine a cause of death in the killing of the half-brother of North Korea’s leader, and had still to confirm the identity as no next of kin has come forward.
A mining magnate, Clive Palmer says he plans to sue the Australian Prime Minister for 10 million Australian dollars (7.7 million dollars) for defamation, a media report said on Tuesday.
A total of 497 earthquakes, mostly minor ones, have stricken Turkey’s north-western province of Canakkale over the past three days local media reported on Wednesday.
More than 15,000 people were left homeless and seven injured by an overnight fire that struck a slum area in the Philippine capital Manila, fire officials said on Wednesday.
A man tried to set himself alight with gasoline beside the Kaaba, the black-clad building towards which the world’s Muslims face to pray, inside Mecca’s Grand Mosque late on Monday but was arrested before he could do so, police in Saudi Arabia said.
Al Shabaab militants in Somalia publicly beheaded four men accused of spying for the country’s Western-backed government, the U. S. and neighbouring Kenya, residents in the south of the Horn of Africa country said.
No fewer than nine people were buried in debris after four apartment buildings collapsed Thursday near Wenzhou, an industrial city in eastern China, state television reported.
No fewer than 30 flights were disrupted after an aircraft operated by national carrier Garuda Indonesia skidded off the runway in the Javanese city of Yogyakarta, an official said Thursday.
No fewer than five persons on Sunday confirmed killed in a shooting at a mosque in Quebec City, Canada.
No fewer than 10 crocodiles escaped from a zoo in the southern Thai province of Nakhon Si Thammarat since floods hit the area recently, local media reported on Saturday.