Tabloids' illegal behaviour covered up - Harry's lawyer

Prince Harry is expected to give evidence at a high profile court case alleging illegal activity by tabloid newspapers targeting him and other celebrities.

Some scenes from the US-Mexico border, where immigration rules are set to change

From El Paso and Ciudad Juárez to San Diego and Tijuana, migrants were massing Thursday along some sections of the U.S.-Mexico border in a last attempt to cross into the United States in the hours before the pandemic-era health rule known as Title 42 ends.

Pope joins Meloni in urging Italians to have more kids, not pets

ROME (AP) - Pope Francis joined Italy's conservative premier on Friday in encouraging Italians to have more children, denouncing the financial precariousness facing young couples and "selfish, egotistical" choices that have led to a record low birth rate that is threatening the country's economic future.

CNN wins eyes, and nays for giving Trump a platform

Media observers have blasted CNN over the network’s broadcast of a Donald Trump town hall event, saying his false claims cannot be repudiated in a live setting.

APTOPIX Pakistan Imran Khan Pakistani federal ministers have accused Imran Khan's supporters of torching buildings and vehicles.
Pakistan calls in army to quell unrest over Khan arrest

Pakistan’s army says it has shown restraint amid violent protests but any further assaults on the military or property “will be met with severe retaliation”.

Trump appealing jury's sexual abuse verdict and $5 million award

NEW YORK (AP) - Former President Donald Trump is appealing a New York jury's verdict awarding $5 million to a magazine columnist after the jurors concluded Trump had sexually abused her in the 1990s and defamed her last October.