New Zealand Prime Minister John Key in surprise resignation

John Key announces he will resign as prime minister of New Zealand after eight years.

Italy referendum: PM Matteo Renzi resigns after clear referendum defeat

Italian PM Matteo Renzi resigns after admitting defeat in a constitutional referendum.

Watford striker Troy Deeney on what has gone wrong at Leicester

After Leicester lose again, Watford striker Troy Deeney explains why the defending champions are struggling at the wrong end of the table.

Indian village goes back to bartering

Villagers in Brindapur, West Bengal, have gone back to bartering because of India's cash crisis.

Turnbull government and CSIRO launch AU$200m innovation fund

A new joint public-private sector fund has been launched by the Australian government and CSIRO to commercialise early-stage innovations from startups, SMEs, universities, research bodies, and CSIRO.

Small tornado hits Russia's Olympic city Sochi

A small tornado descends on Russia's Olympic city Sochi as stormy weather batters the coastline.

Spain floods: Man and dog rescued in Costa del Sol

A man and his dog are airlifted from chest-high floods in the Costa del Sol region of Spain.

'Fagin's Law' to target crime ringleaders in Australia

Adults who groom children into committing crimes could be targeted under new laws in Australia.

Oakland fire: 30 confirmed dead as search continues

The number of people confirmed dead in a warehouse fire in California rises to 33.

The biggest threat to artificial intelligence: Human stupidity

Thoughtless use of artificial intelligence could be much more dangerous than the super-intelligent digital villains of science-fiction.

Standing Rock: US Army refuses N Dakota pipeline access

The US Army denies access for an oil pipeline in North Dakota in a victory for Native American activists.

Austria election: Van der Bellen promises to be "pro-European" president

Newly-elected Austrian President Alexander Van der Bellen promises to be "pro-European" and open-minded.

?LG trials wideband full duplex radio tech for 5G

LG Electronics had developed a wideband-based full duplex radio technology for use in fifth-generation networks.

Tiger Woods hits mixed final round on return at Hero World Challenge

Tiger Woods shoots an inconsistent final round to finish 15th on his return to competitive golf at the Hero World Challenge.

Mark Selby beats Ronnie O'Sullivan to win UK Championship final

Mark Selby defeats Ronnie O'Sullivan 10-7 in a high-quality final to win the UK Championship for the second time.

China's hi-tech bike hire startups

China's tech giants are backing sophisticated bike hire as a solution to the country's congested roads.

Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho defends Marouane Fellaini substitution after draw

Jose Mourinho defends his decision to send on Marouane Fellaini in Manchester United's draw at Everton on Sunday.

Brazil: Thousands marches against 'watered down anti-corruption bill'

Tens of thousands of Brazilians march against a Congress vote which they say could threaten a major corruption investigation.

Six generations

Delighted Canadian Vera Sommerfeld, 96, now heads a family with six generations all alive at once.

Austria far-right candidate Norbert Hofer defeated in presidential poll

Far-right Norbert Hofer loses to environmentalist Alexander Van der Bellen in Austria's presidential election.

Trump vows 35% tax for US firms that move jobs overseas

Donald Trump threatens to impose a 35% tax on US companies that move their manufacturing overseas.

Snowden says Petraeus shared 'far more highly classified material than I ever did'

In a new face-to-face interview, Edward Snowden said the US justice department has a "two-tiered system of justice" and used Gen. Petraeus as an example.

Snowden says Petraeus shared 'far more highly classified material than I ever did'

In a new face-to-face interview, Edward Snowden said the US justice department has a "two-tiered system of justice" and used Gen. Petraeus as an example.

Finland shooting: Vigil held for three women shot dead

A vigil is held for the three women - a local politician and two journalists - shot dead in Finland.

Fidel Castro's ashes buried in Santiago de Cuba

Fidel Castro's remains are buried in a family ceremony, ending nine days of mourning in Cuba.

Venezuela issues new banknotes after inflation

Venezuela is issuing higher-value notes to help alleviate the problem of soaring inflation.

Boris Johnson: UK should not pay 'large sums' for EU trade access

Boris Johnson says the UK should not have to pay "large" sums to trade with the EU after Brexit.

Apple talks self-driving car regulation in letter to regulators

Apple has never publicly confirmed Project Titan. However, a new letter from Apple to US regulators calls for fairness to new players in the self-driving car industry.

Apple talks self-driving car regulation in letter to regulators

Apple has never publicly confirmed Project Titan. However, a new letter from Apple to US regulators calls for fairness to new players in the self-driving car industry.

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