The blaze north-west of Los Angeles raged overnight and thousands have been ordered to evacuate.
A woman’s death at a gender reveal party has prompted wider questions about the trend.
The former US president says being judgemental does nothing to bring about change.
Australian authorities arrest four after finding drugs hidden in imported chilli sauce bottles.
Idris Sultan is being held under Tanzania’s controversial Cybercrimes Act, his lawyer says.
From a nuisance to a necessity, tuk-tuks have become an integral part of ongoing demonstrations.
Domestic workers have been illegally sold via Instagram and other apps on Google and Apple’s stores.
‘I have a culture, I have a people, I belong’: Why these African Americans are going ‘back’ to Ghana
Ghana has declared 2019 the “Year of Return” and is encouraging the African diaspora to visit the country, but why are some deciding to make it their new home?
Hundreds of protesters wearing masks and costumes marched through the city centre on Halloween night.
France is seen as a bottleneck in the smugglers’ network and a springboard to London.
Faustin Rukundo had no idea that a strange call over WhatsApp had infected his phone with spyware.
Have you been paying attention to what’s been going on during the past seven days?
Pakistan has a history of fatal railway accidents.
The 18 Shades of Black campaign was inspired by the reaction to women gaining entry to a holy shrine.
When farms in Russia’s Far East collapsed with the old Soviet Union, Chinese firms saw an opportunity.