A young Malian man was hailed a hero on Sunday after he sprang into action to save a four-year-old child hanging from a fourth-floor balcony by single-handedly scaling the facade of the building and hauling the youngster to safety.
Seven firefighters were injured in efforts to put out a massive blaze at Germany’s largest amusement park, police said Sunday, as it reopened to visitors despite extensive damage to some areas.
Brazil’s President Michel Temer, under pressure from a week-long national truckers’ strike which led to fuel and food shortages, ceded to protesters’ demands Sunday and slashed the cost of diesel.
Egypt’s Mohamed Salah is “confident” of being fit for the World Cup despite suffering a shoulder injury in Liverpool’s Champions League final defeat against Real Madrid.
When the boy was unexpectedly absent, his school tried to contact his mom but hers was the only number they had and although they visited the flat he shared with her twice they were unable to gain access
US photographer Larry Pannell witnessed the death of the lion near Orpen gate and shared the experience on his blog.
Cricket Australia said it wasn’t aware of any “credible evidence” linking two of its players to match-fixing after a TV sting was aired by news channel Al Jazeera.
Iran’s president will attend a summit with his Chinese and Russian counterparts next month, officials in Beijing said Monday, amid efforts to salvage the nuclear deal thrown into upheaval by Donald Trump.
New Zealand Monday ordered the culling of 126,000 cattle in an attempt to eradicate the painful Mycoplasma bovis disease, which causes udder infections, pneumonia and arthritis.
He also tampered with a gas fitting in an attempt to cause an explosion at his home while he was at work a UK court found.
South Africa coach Johan ‘Rassie’ Erasmus could name two captains Monday for June Tests — Pieter-Steph du Toit for a one-off game against Wales and Duane Vermeulen for a three-match series with England.