If all goes as "The X Factor" bosses are planning, award winning songstress Adele could be a major attraction of the live shows of the British version of the music reality show later this year.
At least 10 people were killed in Ukraine as government troops stepped up their offensive against independence-seeking rebels, authorities said Thursday.
Former general Prabowo Subianto accepted the final ruling of the Constitutional Court that has summarily rejected all his allegations that challenged the result of Indonesia's presidential race, his party coalition spokesman said Thursday.
Two US aid workers who contracted the Ebola virus while treating patients in west Africa have been discharged from the Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, the hospital said Thursday.
The Brazilian Socialist Party named former environment minister Marina Silva as its candidate for the Oct 5 presidential election, replacing Eduardo Campos, who died last week in a plane crash.
At least 140 fighters of the Islamic State (IS) were killed Thursday in an ambush by the Syrian army near an airbase in al-Raqqa province, a media report said.
Young Europeans are less informed about "legal highs" and the effects of drugs compared to a few years ago, a survey said.
Electoral authorities in Taiwan Thursday announced the island's local polls in which over 10,000 public officials will be elected Nov 29.
The US Thursday rejected Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan's comment that Washington was interfering in the country's affairs.
A 31-year-old final year MBBS student has been arrested in connection with a scam related to medical college entrance examinations in Madhya Pradesh, police said Thursday.