Brazil's state oil giant Petrobras slashed its five-year investment plan by a whopping 77 billion dollars -- as it tries to recover from a massive corruption scandal.
yesterday, 18:42Lavrov going to Vienna amid tough Iran talks
yesterday, 15:30EU to make latest proposals on Greek crisis on Monday: Moscovici
yesterday, 15:21Italy does not fear Greek contagion: finance minister
yesterday, 15:13UN chief appeals for secure Burundi elections
yesterday, 14:28Kazakhstan’s PM Massimov concerned over calls to jihad on Facebook and through WhatsApp
yesterday, 13:47Argentine kidnap victim credits Messi for his release
yesterday, 13:28All sides showing 'political will' for Iran deal: EU
yesterday, 13:07UK warns of possible further attacks in Tunisia
yesterday, 12:23Greece calls emergency financial council meeting
28 june, 21:02Fire in Petropavlovsk pizza house spreads to 5-storey apartment building
27 june, 17:45Kerry seeks to seal historic Iran nuclear accord
27 june, 16:16Most of the dead in Tunisia attack were British: Tunisian PM
27 june, 15:35Greek PM calls referendum on bailout for July 5
27 june, 13:26Bill Gates hopeful of AIDS vaccine in 10 years
27 june, 13:05Rousseff puts spy scandal behind her with US visit
27 june, 12:51Disney bans selfie sticks over safety fears
27 june, 10:56Tunisia cannot face jihadists alone, president says
27 june, 10:34Obama says gay marriage ruling 'victory for America'
27 june, 10:21Primakov, ex-PM 'who turned around Russia,' dies aged 85
26 june, 15:37Hollande condemns violent French protests against Uber
26 june, 15:10South Korea passes new law to curb MERS outbreak
26 june, 13:54Rio Tinto puts 'vivid' pink and red diamonds on market
26 june, 13:45High emotions as Charleston mourns massacre victims
26 june, 13:37Italy's Renzi slams EU leaders over migrant quotas
26 june, 13:17Putin calls Obama to discuss Ukraine, IS group: White House
26 june, 12:54Google self-driving prototype cars hit public roads
26 june, 11:47Netanyahu: air force key in meeting future Iran threat
26 june, 11:31'Politics of Dancing': DJ van Dyk album faces Arab ban
26 june, 11:15Some corals have DNA to adapt to warmer climate: study
26 june, 10:51Armenian PM rejects protesters' demands as anger simmers
26 june, 10:33Univision breaks with Trump over immigration comments
25 june, 22:41Air Astana leases 7 Airbus neos
25 june, 22:15Schoolgirl from Ust-Kamenogorsk wins singing contest in Moscow
25 june, 19:07Astana Opera ballet dancers to perform at Teatro alla Scala
25 june, 18:29World's oldest San Carlo theater in Astana on July 5-6
25 june, 17:43Kazakhstan's membership in WTO to attract foreign investments: Kazakh Chamber of Entrepreneurs
25 june, 17:19World-renowned architect Jon Gehl advices to Kazakhstan
25 june, 16:46Kazakhstan and Mexico to strengthen bilateral cooperation
25 june, 14:58Armenia's 'Electric Yerevan' protests enter seventh day
25 june, 13:59NATO warns of risk of heavy fighting in Ukraine
25 june, 13:55PNG hails Indonesia's admission into Melanesian group
25 june, 13:24Kerry warns no Iran deal if concerns left unanswered
25 june, 12:39Merkel, German well-wishers fete Britain's queen
25 june, 12:28Bobby Jindal launches US presidential bid
25 june, 12:14Greece votes to grant citizenship to immigrants' children
25 june, 11:53Japan PM calls on Putin to work towards Ukraine peace
25 june, 11:38Putin extends Western food ban for one year
25 june, 10:55IMF boss Lagarde says ready to 'consider' 2nd term
24 june, 15:58Greece in 'final stretch' of talks: Varoufakis
24 june, 14:54Ukraine rebels train child soldiers in the making
24 june, 14:39Medical marijuana may help some symptoms, but not all
24 june, 14:16Turkish sculptor faces jail for 'insulting' Erdogan
24 june, 13:06US wiretapped France's presidents: media citing WikiLeaks
24 june, 12:27Iran leader restates 'red lines' for nuclear deal
24 june, 10:55Instagram targets real-time events in Twitter challenge
24 june, 10:46Hungary suspends key EU asylum claim rule
24 june, 10:18'Still a lot do on Greece': French PM
23 june, 15:03Singapore teen in anti-Lee video to undergo mental tests
23 june, 13:57Londoners dream of swimming in the River Thames
23 june, 12:49Armenia police disperse protest over power price hikes
23 june, 12:48Composer for 'Titanic,' 'Avatar' dies in plane crash: report
23 june, 12:35Japan announces dates for G7 summit in 2016
23 june, 12:28IMF to join meeting between Ukraine, creditors next week
23 june, 12:21Millions of smokers may have undiagnosed lung disease
23 june, 11:51Pixar's 'Inside Out' set box office record in debut
23 june, 11:10President Nazarbayev on Kazakhstan’s WTO membership
23 june, 10:54EU launches Mediterranean migrant military mission
23 june, 10:44Italian Nutella maker to buy British rival Thorntons
23 june, 10:26US rap mogul Diddy arrested in Los Angeles
23 june, 10:18New Eurogroup meeting on Greece Wednesday: EU's Tusk
23 june, 10:06Japan marks 70th anniversary of Battle of Okinawa
22 june, 14:55Faith, freedom and firebombs: Hong Kong tycoon Jimmy Lai
22 june, 14:06Protesters muzzled at Chinese dog meat festival
22 june, 13:34Apple bows to Taylor Swift on streaming payments
22 june, 13:20Hungarian supergranny closes in on world chess record
22 june, 12:40Low-enriched uranium might be transited across China to nuclear fuel bank in Kazakhstan
22 june, 12:03Charleston church holds first service since massacre
22 june, 11:46Pentagon chief to seek greater NATO support on Europe trip
22 june, 11:19S. Korea reports three new MERS cases
22 june, 10:36Violent weekend leaves 22 dead in northern Mexico
22 june, 10:31Haiti's Triomphe cinema reopens after decades in the dark
20 june, 15:20Football: Russia won World Cup 2018 'honestly' - Putin
In the lush, green hills of northern Thailand, a woman painstakingly picks coffee beans out of a pile of elephant dung, an essential part of making one the world's most expensive beverages.
Some 200,000 people joined a candlelight procession marking a watershed mass protest 25 years ago that helped bring down the Berlin Wall a month later.
The Eiffel Tower is the most visited monument in the world that charges for entrance. Here is a factfile on France's iconic building.
With her blotted red lipstick, perky coiffed curls and fitted 1940s skirt suit, Constanze Pelzer looks like she's stepped off a World War II film set. From head to toe, the 49-year-old German is the picture of 1940s elegance -- from the little glasses and striking jewellery to her red sling-backs, her entire outfit is authentic.
At the start of September 1914, after just one month of war in Europe, the German army were at the gates of Paris. The word on the street was that Emperor Wilhelm II had already booked a dinner table on the Champs-Elysees.
The choppers swoop in, dumping insecticide over a plague-stricken village in Madagascar's stunning central highlands.
In a cramped backstage area at New York's Metropolitan Opera House, French mezzo-soprano Sophie Koch adjusts her 19th century dress.
The name Porsche has long made sports car enthusiasts swoon but the Nazi past of the famous brand's founder has left his Czech hometown sorely divided over his legacy.
Parents all over the world often complain about their children's music being garbage.
Until last year, the few tourists who visited the small west African town of Ouidah were likely headed to the Gateway of No Return, a massive monument to the area's bleak history as a slave trading hub.
Anwar Congo makes no secret of the fact that he killed about 1,000 people with his bare hands, boasting about the methods he used to murder alleged communists in 1960s Indonesia.
From rooms kitted out like medical clinics where couples can play "doctors and nurses" to grottos where it is permanently Christmas, Japan's "Love Hotels" cater to almost every taste, offering a few hours of reasonably-priced privacy in a crowded country.
Bad raps are hard to reverse, but Brad Jacobs is doing his part to change the stereotype of the chain-smoking, beer-swilling curler who spends more time in the bar than fine-tuning his craft.
Conflicts, disasters, record high temperatures, an economic chill in Asia and more trouble for Justin Bieber -- the upcoming Year of the Horse is set to be a dramatic one, say Hong Kong feng shui masters.
Pine cones, moss and rotten food are fuelling a Swedish city's quest to be sustainable, but people's attachment to their cars may put the brakes on its carbon-neutral ambition.
When Tilakam, from one of India's high social castes, married the love of her life in a simple ceremony 12 years ago, she feared outrage from relatives and ostracism.