Spanish director Mario Camus, whose film about the aftermath of Spain's 1936-39 civil war won the top award at the Berlin film festival, died on Saturday. He was 86.
Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei on Saturday reasserted the Islamic republic's longstanding ban on competitive sport with Israelis, and promised support for athletes disciplined by international bodies for respecting it.
New Zealand's cricket squad were preparing to depart Islamabad on Saturday, a day after abandoning their tour of Pakistan over a security alert that left the South Asian nation devastated.
Iran on Saturday hailed its acceptance into a China and Russia-led bloc, an eastward turn it sees as opening access to major world markets and a counter to crippling Western sanctions.
New Zealand placed one hand on the Rugby Championship title with a bonus point thrashing of Argentina Saturday while Australia stunned world champions South Africa for a second time.
Francesco Bagnaia claimed pole for the San Marino MotoGP with a new track record time during Saturday's qualifying as the Italian aims for a second win in as many weeks.
An under-strength but still ominous New Zealand inflicted a fourth straight Rugby Championship defeat on Argentina Saturday, with the All Blacks cruising to a 36-13 victory in Brisbane.
Fabio Quartararo topped the times in Saturday's final practice session ahead of San Marino MotoGP qualifying, pipping Alex Rins with a fastest lap of one minute, 32.197 seconds.
Newly-crowned US Open champion Emma Raducanu's grandmother Niculina Raducanu wanted her to quit tennis so concerned was she about her health after breathing difficulties forced her to retire from her Wimbledon Last 16 match this year.
The Wallabies swept to back-to-back triumphs against the world champions South Africa with a convincing 30-17 win in Brisbane on Saturday.
At least two people were killed and up to 20 more wounded in three explosions in the eastern Afghan city of Jalalabad on Saturday, a Taliban official said.
The line-up at the Louis Vuitton Foundation's new exhibition in Paris reads like a who's who of artistic giants from the Belle Epoque: Van Gogh, Picasso, Monet, Matisse, Cezanne...
Weeks after a spike in coronavirus cases overwhelmed intensive care units across North Africa with severe oxygen shortages sparking public anger, case numbers are sharply declining.
A series of blows and then blackness: Bulgarian student Evgeni Marchev was taking part in his first demonstration in Sofia when police detained and beat him until he lost consciousness.
With Germany's Christian Democrats (CDU) trailing in the polls ahead of an election next week, grassroots party members are resorting to an activity that had almost become redundant under Angela Merkel: campaigning.
Anthony Joshua says the mouthwatering heavyweight boxing bout with fellow Briton Tyson Fury will happen preferably in Britain before he hangs up his gloves.
Afghanistan's Taliban rulers have replaced the women's ministry with an all-male "vice and virtue ministry" tasked with enforcing the group's rigid interpretation of Islam.The move is the latest to harken back to the group's harsh 1990s rule that imposed deep restrictions on women.
Taliban soldiers cradling AK-47s and M16 assault rifles mingle among families at Kabul Zoo, a novelty experience for many of the young fighters from rural Afghanistan.
An angry father is suing his daughter's school for cutting her hair without permission in what he claimed was a 'humiliating' ordeal.
Jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny's "Smart Voting" bot has disappeared from the Telegram messenger app following similar moves by Apple and Google on Friday at the start of a three-day parliamentary vote in Russia.