FORECASTERS are warning of mudslides, flooding and swollen rivers on Japan's island of Kyushu and the Chugoku region, as Typhoon Danas drenches the region.
Families and surfers in Japan have finally been allowed to swim at a beach near the Fukushima nuclear plant, the first time since the 2011 disaster.
HONG Kong is bracing for another mass protest over a controversial extradition bill, with police locking down the city centre.
TWIN attacks in northwest Pakistan on a police checkpoint and a hospital have left seven people dead, including four police officers.
A flurry of military run-ins and seized cargo ships have stoked fears of a new conflict in the Middle East in the strategically important Strait of Hormuz.
A Russian space capsule carrying an American, a Russian and an Italian has docked at the International Space Station.
MULTIPLE airlines have temporarily suspended flights in and out, following an ongoing security review.
A woman who was allegedly gang-raped by 12 teens at a party resort told police they assaulted her for an hour “one after the other”.
The murdered girlfriend of Aussie Lucas Fowler, who was also found dead on a Canadian highway, has injuries so brutal her casket will be closed.
King Tutankhamun’s sarcophagus has been moved for the first time in 100 years but many believe the remains could unleash a deadly curse.
NASA has taken some of the most iconic images from the Apollo landings and given us a completely new look at the moon.
Shaking and with her heart pounding, Jenn finally had the guts to grab her husband’s phone and find out the awful, sordid truth.
An Airbnb guest has shared a long list of do’s and don’ts for using the bathroom, and it’s sparked a fierce debate.
The brutal moment a wedding was hijacked has gone viral, with many labelling it “selfish” and describing the behaviour a “di*k move”.
Like all good things made in New Zealand, we like to claim them as our own. But Jacinda Ardern’s fiance thinks we’ve gone too far, this time.
These deals proved to be too good to be true as customers sold fake Lamborghinis and Ferraris powered by old Holden Commodore engines.
Jacinda Ardern spoke forcefully last night about the policy that’s driving a wedge between Australia and New Zealand.
Australian scientist Ross Taylor who was chosen to study rocks collected from the Moon has revealed how he corrected a big mistake ‘in the nick of time’.
A jealous husband allegedly tied up his wife’s lover and cut off his penis. However, it is what he did next that is arguably much worse.
The three ‘human beasts’ who beheaded two female friends while on a hiking trip in Morocco will face a firing squad, as the girls’ mother called for the death...