by Fran BLANDY
Britain and France recalled the horrors of the Battle of the Somme on Friday, 100 years after their troops fought and died together in one of the defining offensives of World War I.
German top-of-the-range car maker BMW announced Friday that it is joining forces with US computer chip giant Intel and the Israeli technology firm Mobileye to develop self-driving cars.
by Simon Sturdee and Philippe Schwab
Austria's Norbert Hofer won Friday another shot at becoming the European Union's first far-right anti-immigration president after the country's highest court dramatically annulled May's closely fought election result.
Johannesburg - About 100 media workers, members of civil organisations and the public had gathered along Henley Road outside the SABC to picket as six of the public broadcaster's employees' disciplinary hearings were being heard.
Tesla said Thursday a driver was killed while using its "autopilot" self-driving mechanism on its Model S electric car, leading to a US federal safety investigation.
Nobel prize winning author J.M. Coetzee on Thursday denounced animal cruelty in a rare public reading, calling for humans to treat them with "justice".
A California jury on Thursday ordered business software giant Oracle to pay Hewlett Packard Enterprise $3 billion for backing off a promise to support data servers powered by Itanium chips.
A US judge on Thursday ordered a new trial for a man convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend, whose case was turned into a global sensation by a hit podcast.
Dutch telecoms group KPN said Thursday that The Netherlands had become the first country in the world to implement a nationwide long range (LoRa) network for the so-called Internet of Things.
by Reinnier Kaze
A suicide bombing by a Boko Haram jihadist has killed 11 people in northern Cameroon, a provincial governor said Thursday, warning civilians not to breach special security measures aimed at preventing such attacks.
by Mushtaq MOJADDIDI
The Taliban on Thursday attacked a convoy of buses transporting police cadets in Kabul, officials said, killing at least 27 of them and wounding 40 in two powerful explosions.
by James PHEBY
Former mayor of London Boris Johnson on Thursday ruled himself out of the race to succeed Prime Minister David Cameron on a day of high drama following Britain's shock vote to leave the EU.
South Africa's Lee-Anne Pace became the first woman golfer to withdraw from the Rio Olympics, saying Wednesday she will not play in Brazil because she fears contracting the Zika virus.
Nigeria's anti-graft agency on Wednesday charged a former air force chief and two other high-ranking military officers with laundering millions of dollars in state funds.
Britain's two main political parties were embroiled in leadership battles Thursday to decide who will lead the country through turbulent times in the wake of a vote to leave the European Union.
by Jerome CARTILLIER
US President Barack Obama warned Wednesday against isolationist tendencies in America and elsewhere, calling it "the wrong medicine" to fix legitimate concerns about globalization.
Newcastle United snapped up goalkeeper Matz Sels for a reported fee of £4.5 million (5.4 million euros) from Belgian side Gent on Wednesday.
by Max DELANY with Fulya OZERKAN in Ankara
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday sought to heal ties in their first phone call since Ankara downed one of Moscow's jets in Syria last year.
by Katy Lee with Fulya Ozerkan in Ankara
Turkey pointed the finger of blame at Islamic State jihadists Wednesday after suicide bombers armed with automatic rifles attacked Istanbul's main international airport, killing 41 people, including foreigners.
by Dave Clark
Republican lawmakers on Tuesday released a report on the deadly 2012 assault on the US mission in Benghazi, accusing then secretary of state Hillary Clinton of underestimating and then misrepresenting the extremist threat in Libya.
When a female praying mantis bites the head off her sexual partner, it is probably not out of anger.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said on Tuesday that Britain's vote to leave the European Union might never be implemented and that London is in no hurry to go.
At least 10 people were killed Tuesday evening in a suicide attack at the international terminal of Istanbul's Ataturk airport, Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said.
Cape Town – There will be 59 people vying to fill Public Protector Thuli Madonsela’s shoes.
Prime Minister David Cameron said Tuesday he wants the "closest possible" relations with the EU after Britain voted to leave the bloc, adding the split should be "as constructive as possible".
Volkswagen's cost for ending civil lawsuits over its emissions-cheating scandal has grown to $15 billion, Bloomberg News reported Monday on the eve of the automaker's court deadline to file a settlement.
by Paula Bustamante
Argentine football legend Diego Maradona and the country's President Mauricio Macri urged Lionel Messi on Monday not to leave the national team despite his vow to quit after a humiliating defeat.
Two ratings agencies downgraded Britain on Monday because of its vote to leave the European Union, citing risks to its economy and political upheaval.
by Sébastien BLANC
The US Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Texas law restricting access to abortion, handing a major victory to the "pro-choice" camp in the country's most important ruling on the divisive issue in a generation.