A Palestinian man rammed his car into an Israeli bus stop before jumping out and stabbing a man before being shot himself.

Palestinian shot dead after stabbing Israeli police officer

A Palestinian stabbed an Israeli police officer in Jerusalem today before being shot dead by security forces.

No Christmas holiday in Turkey for Russians if Putin gets his way

President Putin is calling for sanctions against Turkey which could involve no travel between the countries.

Webpage 4Chan has imposed rubber ducks on the heads of ISIS fighters in an operation called "Allahu Quackbar".

'Allahu Quackbar' - internet users mock ISIS with rubber duck heads

Internet users have found a creative way to discredit and mock the death cult known as ISIS.

Cyclone Tuni downs trees, causes flash flooding in Samoa.

Clean-up begins in Samoa from Cyclone Tuni

Cyclone Tuni caused flash flooding across America Samoa and Samoa overnight.

Twin suicide bombings kill five in Cameroon

The two teenagers targeted a family and local shop in Dabanga.

More than 48,000 people flocked to the Stereosonic Music Festival in Sydney.

Woman dies at Stereosonic festival in Sydney

Almost 70 people have been charged with possessing drugs at the music festival.

Prince Harry takes a tumble.

Prince Harry filmed tumbling off horse at charity polo match

The fifth in line to the throne managed to fall off his pony twice.

First Lady Michelle Obama and dogs Bo and Sunny were there for the tree’s arrival.

Christmas tree arrives at White House on horse and cart

First Lady Michelle Obama and dogs Bo and Sunny were there for the tree’s arrival.

A 21-year-old driver was travelling at over 130km/h when he lost control, narrowly avoiding bystanders.

Lucky pair cheat death after shocking near-miss

Two people were standing roadside when a car lost control at 137km/h, narrowly missing them.

Security personnel and investigators gather at the scene of a drive-by shooting on a security checkpoint that has killed several policemen near Saqqar.

Drive-by shooting kills four Egyptian police near Cairo

Masked gunmen on a motorcycle opened fire on a security checkpoint near Saqqara.

The Pope visited the Namugongo shrine in Uganda during his six-day African tour

Hundreds of thousands turn out to see the Pope in Uganda

At each venue, Francis sought to remind Ugandans of their strong Christian roots.

Robert L Dear.

Details of Colorado Springs shooter emerge

Robert Lewis Dear killed three people in Colorado Springs yesterday.


Japan's decision to continue whaling 'disappointing'

Japan has long maintained that most whale species are not endangered.

United Nations vehicle (File)

'The earth vibrated' - Three dead in mortar attack at Mali UN base

The attack came eight days after Islamic extremists attacked a luxury hotel.

The names of those killed were read out in the ceremony.

France remembers those killed in Paris terror attacks

The names of those killed were read out in the ceremony.

Pedestrians in China were left puzzled when vehicles suddenly lifted off the road and flipped sideways.

Video captures 'flying' cars in China

However, a simple explanation has been offered for the levitating cars.

The shooter reportedly opened fire from the back of a car in Colorado Springs.

Three dead, multiple injuries in Colorado Springs shooting

An officer said the gunman shot out the back window of his car.

The previous record was held for five years by a  tree at Universal Studios Japan in Osaka.

Oh Christmas tree, oh Christmas tree thy lights are record-breaking in Canberra

The illuminating tree in downtown Canberra has 518,838 twinkling lights.

People gather to protest the jailing of opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper's editor-in-chief Can Dundar and Ankara representative Erdem Gul, in Istanbul, Turkey, Friday, Nov. 27, 2015. The protesters accused the government of silencing critics and attempting to cover-up a scandal after Dundar and Gul were jailed on terror and espionage charges for their reports on alleged Turkish arms smuggling to Syria. Dundar and Gul were sent to a prison in Istanbul late on Thursday, accused of willingly aiding a terror organization and revealing state secrets, amid deepening concerns over media freedoms in the country that aspires to join the European Union. The headline reads: " Black day of the press."(Can Erok/Cumhuriyet via AP)

Hundreds protest arrest of Turkish journalists on 'terror' charges

People are accusing the government of silencing critics and covering-up a scandal after reports on alleged Turkish arms smuggling to Syria.

Video show the tiger and the goat frolicking in the snow at a Russian zoo.

Goat off the menu as tiger befriends billy goat meant for breakfast

The two animals have so far lived together harmoniously.

Turkish officials said the unknown plane violated its airspace and ignored warnings.

Russia slaps travel sanctions on Turkey as fallout over downed warplane continues

Russia has also confiscated large quantities of Turkish food imports.

White House fence jumper left suicide note

Joseph Caputo, 22, was ordered to undergo a psychiatric evaluation today.

Tensions are rising in the French port city, as highlighted in this shocking incident.

Fed-up truck driver runs migrants off busy highway

The driver lashed out at migrants in Calais attempting to smuggle themselves into the UK.

Justice Goddard says the Anglican and Catholic churches are under investigation over child sex abuse.

Kiwi head of UK child sex abuse investigation identifies probe's targets

The royal family could be drawn into the probe, it has emerged.


Australian state bans anti-abortion protesters going 150m from abortion clinics

"Women have a right to medical privacy without harassment or intimidation."

Polish cargo ship attacked off Nigeria; 5 abducted

The ship was traveling from Belgium to Nigeria, carrying metal cranes.

Britain Queen Elizabeth II reviews the honor guard during the official welcome ceremony at St. Anton presidential palace in Valletta, Malta, Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. The 89-year-old British monarch has flown to the Mediterranean island of Malta, where she once lived as a young princess, for a summit of the Commonwealth, the post-colonial international alliance she has helped for decades to unite. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

Queen opens Commonwealth meeting in Malta

Talks will focus on climate change and the threat of extremist violence.

While the Europe-wide manhunt continues for terrorists connected to the Paris attacks, new details have emerged of the Bataclan Theatre attack.

New details emerge of band's narrow escape from Paris terror attacks

While the Europe-wide manhunt continues for terrorists connected to the Paris attacks, new details have emerged of the Bataclan Theatre attack.

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