Today's World (March 2016)
(March 31, 2016)|
Public display of opulence: Super-rich Saudi arrives in London with fleet of gold cars
(March 30, 2016)
EgyptAir hijacker consents to pose for a photograph with one of his hostages.
(March 29, 2016)
Apple hacked! Doubts over security in Apple devices as FBI manages to unlock dead gunman's iPhone - without Apple's help.
(March 28, 2016)
The man who faces 79 court cases that can bind him to prison for 175 years.
(March 27, 2016)
US presidential election: After top Republican candidates trade slurs on their wives, the National Enquirer magazine exposes sex scandal involving Ted Cruz
(March 26, 2016)
U.S. teenager injured in Brussels airport attack also survived Boston Marathon bombing.
(March 25, 2016)
Man who didn't return rented VHS of "Freddy Got Fingered" gives himself up at police station 14 years later - and gets handcuffed! The video store has since closed.
(March 24, 2016)
Noticeable trend in terrorism strategy: Why brothers are used as tandems in terrorist attacks.
(March 23, 2016)
Hell on earth: 18,800 mentally-ill people in Indonesia's rural areas still have their hands or feet chained to their wooden beds and sent to faith-healers for treatment.
(March 22, 2016)
Panic in Brussels: 31 dead in explosions at airport and metro station
(March 22, 2016)
Tennisman Novak Djokovic: We deserve more prize money than women "because the statistics show that there are much more spectators on the men's tennis matches"
(March 21, 2016)
No respect! Obama makes historic visit to Havana but Donald Trump asks why Cuban President Raul Castro was not at airport tarmac to welcome him as he did for Pope Francis.
(March 20, 2016)
Is Mark Zuckerberg taking things just a tiny bit too far in trying to get China to unblock Facebook? Chinese mock Zuckerberg's jog through Beijing's "thick as pea soup" air.
(March 19, 2016)
Captured alive! Salah Abdeslam, wanted for Paris carnage on November 13, finally arrested in Brussels shootout after being on the run for four months
(March 18, 2016)
Man taken in custody writes online review of the police cell in which he was held: 4-star rating, room was secure and safe, staff pleasant enough...I’d definitely come back.
(March 17, 2016)
Alarming increase in pedestrian deaths on American roads last year because of people walking and texting at the same time.
(March 16, 2016)
Law graduate succeeds in taking her former law school to court for inflating employment data of its graduates in order to lure students to enrol
(March 15, 2016)
One hundred statues in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro blindfolded with red scarf by anonymous artist "to protect national figures from seeing the shameful state of the nation".
(March 14, 2016)
A visionary or just a dreamer? The man who is trying to make sure that we can all live forever by uploading our brains to a computer.
(March 13, 2016)
At 112, Auschwitz survivor is world's oldest living man
(March 12, 2016)
Praise that backfires. Hilary Clinton's praise of late Nancy Reagan's role in fight against Aids sparks a storm of protest, forcing her to issue an apology for her gaffe.
(March 11, 2016)
Busy working couple are now able to have dinner with their kids by getting to the root of the problem using the "Five Whys" strategy.
(March 10, 2016)
Don't mess with the Queen! Queen Elizabeth files complaint over "Queen Backs Brexit" newspaper story quoting her as saying that EU is going in the wrong direction.
(March 9, 2016)
Dutchman nicknamed "Dentist of Horror" on trial for mistreating 100 over patients in a small rural town in France. One patient had 8 teeth pulled out in one go.
(March 8, 2016)
Dispute by two Nigerians over whether Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo is the world's best footballer ends in death for one of them at a party in Mumbai, India
(March 7, 2016)
Woman found dead after being trapped in her apartment elevator for a month. Two lift maintenance workers to be charged for negligence.
(March 6, 2016)
Centuries-old tradition in China of paying for the bride takes on a new dimension and becomes unaffordable to the "bare branches" in rural areas
(March 5, 2016)
"Hype" exercise for French President Hollande goes haywire as detractors use Periscope app to hurl insults about his expanding waistline, sex life and dress sense
(March 4, 2016)
Behind the scenes in Malaysian politics: Ex-Premier Mahathir Mohamad wins the support of arch-enemy Anwar Ibrahim in bid to oust Prime Minister Najib Razak
(March 3, 2016)
Madonna and Guy Ritchie rapped by judge for dragging custody battle of Rocco, 15, to court. Keep your son out of the spotlight, they're told
(March 2, 2016)
Anti-pollution face masks take to the streets of New Delhi in style, becoming something of a fashion accessory while introducing "a culture of acceptance"
(March 1, 2016)
Oscars 2016: Chris Rock lambasted for putting 3 kids on stage so he can tell his Asian "joke"
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