Tennis star Serena Williams has raised eyebrows by calling the 16-year Stuebenville rape victim 'lucky.'
Charles Saatchi accepted a police caution for assaulting his wife, Nigella Lawson, to avoid having the incident "hanging over all of us for months", he said.
A parliamentary hearing on Ukraine's budget was suspended for several hours on Tuesday after opposition deputies alleged that a deputy finance minister presenting the budget report was drunk.
National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden has denied charges he is spying for China and vowed to release more details on the top-secret intelligence agency's ''direct access'' to tech companies' servers.
Enormous demonstrations have shaken cities across this continent-sized country, and more were expected on Tuesday in some of the largest outpourings of frustration in decades over red tape, high prices and shoddy services in a rising economic power.
Three Ohio residents are accused of enslaving a mentally disabled young mother and her daughter over two years.
Youths have clashed with police in central Rio as more than 200,000 people marched in major Brazilian cities to protest against higher public transport costs and the billions of dollars spent on the Confederations Cup football tournament.
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As the northern summer tourism season is set to begin, the violent protests in Turkey show no sign of calming down.
Pakistan has imposed a deadline of midnight on June 30 for Afghan refugees living within its borders to return to their homeland.
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Warrnambool College students recently took part in a hockey development day.
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Photographer VICKY HUGHSON caught up with some new arrivals at the Warrnambool Base Hospital last week.
IN the still of the night while Warrnambool residents slept, 90-year-old author Avis Quarrell busily compiled clippings, photos ...
WARRNAMBOOL Venturer Scouts will live up to their name these school holidays when they head to Fiji to ...