This year’s London Marathon will take the total the race has raised for charity to over £900 million ($1.2 billion) in its 38 years.
Premier League football club Arsenal has confirmed that Arsene Wenger’s reign as manager will come to an end after 22 years in charge.
After being announced back in September, ruby chocolate is finally hitting the shelves.
Netflix is planning a major expansion into Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
The online multiplayer phenomenon Overwatch was the second biggest earning title in the premium PC market in 2017 — a year since its release in May 2016.
China’s largest tropical island Hainan will expand visa-free travel to tourists from 33 countries from May.
US President Donald Trump reportedly paid $130,000 to former adult film star Stormy Daniels ahead of the 2016 election in an attempt to cover up an alleged affair.
As summer approaches, plenty of countries in the Northern hemisphere are starting to heat up.
We’re currently in the middle of a renaissance for horror movies in cinemas.
New American style restaurant Alinea in the US city of Chicago has beaten out the competition to claim first place in a list of the top ten restaurants in the world, according to the latest rankings from luxury travel magazine and Verdict sister title Elite Traveler.
Starbucks is opening its first store in Italy, almost 50 years after it was established in the US, sparking fears that it will fundamentally change the Italian coffee drinking culture.
Rivers deposit 2.75 million metric tonnes of plastic into the seas each year, with just ten rivers contributing up to 95% of the world’s total waste.
Former Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva – more commonly known as Lula – was imprisoned this month after being convicted of money laundering and corruption, yet he is still planning to stand in October’s election.
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A wave of parties and campaigns calling for a second referendum on the final Brexit deal is sweeping Britain.
The re-election of Viktor Orban as Hungarian prime minister this month was seen as yet another triumph for populism.
Safe to say, there isn’t a great deal of good news about the environment at the moment.
Beer is one of the world’s most ancient drinks.
Saudi Arabia’s crown prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived back in the Kingdom today after wrapping up a five country global tour.
Foreign Ministers from 22 Arab states will gather in the eastern city of Dammam in Saudi Arabia this weekend for the 29th Arab League Summit.
Interest in horse racing has dipped in recent years, but the Grand National remains one of the biggest occasions in the British sporting calendar.
Cinema is stuck in the past and it’s dying on its feet.
This month marks National Poetry Month in the US and Canada — with people celebrating the legacy of famed poets and the art form’s place in society.
The United Arab Emirates prides itself as one of the last bastions of moderation and stability in a region racked with war, religious strife and economic malaise.
A second consecutive Ultimate Fighting Championship defeat seemed to bring the curtain down on Ronda Rousey’s fighting career in 2016.
Thai authorities are preparing for an influx of road accidents and a higher death toll as the country enters its annual so-called Seven Deadly Days.
As gin becomes more ubiquitous, distillers are having to find new ways to entice customers.
London is a world leader when it comes to culture, entertainment and business.
A human finger bone discovered in the Saudi desert in 2016 has suggested that early man may have migrated from Africa 90,000 years ago, the earliest recorded date for homo sapiens outside Africa.
Some 129 top level football players face financial ruin after a tax avoidance scheme popular with the rich and famous went bad.