The disappearance of a Malaysian airliner about an hour into a flight to Beijing is an “unprecedented mystery”, Malaysia’s civil aviation chief said Monday, as a massive air and sea search now in its
Malaysia on Sunday launched a terror probe into the mysterious disappearance of a plane with 239 people aboard after it emerged that two passengers boarded the flight with stolen passports, even as a
The most glamorous of all runways, the 500-foot-long Oscars red carpet, might be a fashion disaster on Sunday.
A rare heavy rain storm on Friday in Southern California has soaked parts of the red carpet laid down on Hollywood Boulevard, where movie stars and Tinseltown powerbrokers will make their grand entrance to the Academy Awards, film’s highest honours.
Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, who was found in his New York apartment on Feb. 2 with a needle in his arm, died of an accidental overdose of drugs, the New York City chief medical examiner said on Friday.
Glasgow: Showy entertainment venues, museums and new housing blocks have replaced many of the shipyards that once lined Glasgow’s River Clyde.
The Afghan Taliban killed 21 soldiers in an assault on Sunday in a remote mountainous region, the Afghan government said, and six soldiers were missing after the militants’ most deadly assault on the security forces in months.
South Africa will turn their attention to finding a way to negate the formidable threat posed by fiery Australian Mitchell Johnson, captain Graeme Smith said following his team’s comprehensive 281-run defeat in the first Test on Saturday.
Shirley Temple Black, who lifted America’s spirits as a bright-eyed, dimpled child movie star during the Great Depression and later became a US diplomat, died late on Monday evening at the age of 85, a family spokeswoman said in a statement.
Australian astronomers have found the oldest-known star in the universe, a discovery that may help to resolve a long-standing discrepancy between observations and predictions of the Big Bang billions of years ago.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum praised left-arm pace bowler Neil Wagner for helping his side beat India by 40 runs in the first Test on Sunday even though he was named man of the match for his first innings double century.
“Definitely nervous times, right the way through that run chase,” McCullum said.