South African police Wednesday arrested a 24-year-old woman with 20 kilogrammes of rhino horn before boarding a flight bound for Hong Kong, a spokesman said.
One of Germany’s most notorious Islamist preachers, Sven Lau, was sentenced Wednesday to five and a half years in jail for backing a terrorist group.
Russia on Wednesday raised the prospect of retaliation after an overwhelming vote by the US House of Representative to impose new sanctions left President Donald Trump facing a tough call.
Britain said Wednesday it will outlaw the sale of new diesel and petrol cars and vans from 2040 in a bid to cut air pollution but environmental groups said the proposals did not go far enough.
UniCredit said Wednesday that hackers obtained informaton on about 400,000 of its Italian customers, but not data that would give them access to bank accounts.
Hala Gamal looks at a pile of rubble on Cairo’s Warraq island — all that’s left of her house after a police operation to evict residents accused of squatting on state land.
Two teenagers who murdered an elderly French priest a year ago, after pledging loyalty to the Islamic State group, failed to sow religious division, President Emmanuel Macron told a memorial service Wednesday.
Coca-Cola saw profits drop sharply due to sales of bottling facilities as it moved to expand offerings of low-sugar and non-carbonated beverages amid flagging demand for sweet sodas, the company said Wednesday.
Britain’s economy grew by 0.3 percent between April and June, a slight increase compared with the first quarter of the year, the Office for National Statistics said on Wednesday.
Nintendo said Wednesday it swung back to profit in the three months to June as the Switch console made more inroads into the global game market.
A Malaysian lawmaker came under fire Wednesday for saying that women who deny their husbands sex were subjecting them to “psychological and emotional abuse”.