Heavy snowfall brought both chaos and joy across Europe, with some 15,000 people stranded overn-ight on Sunday in the French Alps while skiers revelled in the fresh powder blanketing slopes.
The editor-in-chief of Russia’s top opposition magazine, the New Times, has been accused of disobeying traffic police and faces up to 15 days in jail amid ever-shrinking tolerance for dissent.
Before her husband died, Katia Abreu was a housewife who didn’t know a cow from a bull.
Rahane, Kohli put up record stand (262) as India counter-punch their way back into 3rd Test
Virat Kohli says he enjoys the on-field banter with Australia but he let his bat do the talking on Sunday.
Leaders Chelsea and in-form Manchester United suffered post-Christmas hangovers in the Premier League on Sunday, both dropping points to teams gunning for a place in the top four.
Nato formally ended its war in Afghanistan on Sunday, holding a low-key ceremony in Kabul after 13 years of conflict that have left the country in the grip of worsening insurgent violence.
Air crews began lifting passengers off a burning ferry adrift in the Adriatic Sea on Sunday, racing to rescue as many of the hundreds trapped onboard as possible before nightfall as storms hampered op
Hamas on Sunday prevented dozens of children orphaned during its 50-day war with Israel from entering Israeli territory in a pre-arranged trip, organisers and officials said.
Malaysia on Sunday offered help in the search of missing AirAsia flight which lost contact with air traffic controllers between Singapore and Indonesia Sunday morning.