Office workers fled high-rise buildings in the Indonesian capital on Tuesday after a strong earthquake shook the city, but there were no immediate reports of deaths or injuries.
A woman has been arrested in western Sydney for her alleged involvement in the financing of the terrorist organization Islamic State, local police said Tuesday.
An estimated 240 million of the 1.3 billion people in India still live without electricity. The country is now racing to connect thousands of villages with power as it looks to accelerate growth ...
President Donald Trump has approved steep tariffs on imports of solar panels and washing machines to protect US producers, triggering an outcry in China and South Korea and even protests at home.
All eyes will be on Hollywood Tuesday as the Oscars nominees are unveiled, with ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ ahead by a nose in an awards season overshadowed by the industry's war on sleaze.
At least 12 people were injured, some critically, when rocks from an erupting volcano rained down on skiers at a mountain resort in central Japan on Tuesday and an avalanche soon after the eruption ...
California’s iconic Highway 101 in Santa Barbara reopened on Sunday nearly two weeks after it was covered with 3.7m of debris from mudslides, and a day after the discovery of a missing woman’s body pushed the death toll to 21.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel took the first step yesterday towards forging a new conservative-led coalition when she met with party leaders to draw up a framework for the negotiations.
Catalonia’s parliament has nominated former leader Carles Puigdemont, sacked by Spain for unilaterally declaring independence, as candidate to rule the region in a sign of defiance to Madrid and Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy’s government.