Russia to rely increasingly on non-nuke deterrent
Until recently, Russia lacked long-range cruise missiles with conventional warheads similar to those in the U.S. inventory.
Britain to pay a "very hefty" bill to leave EU: Juncker
Prime Minister Theresa May hopes to trigger the Brexit negotiations by the end of March following the shock referendum in June last year.
Tool chip away at completing album
A post on the band’s website informs the curious that Keenan is currently “working on vocals for some of the new Tool material.”
Depeche Mode, Father John Misty & more for BBC 6 Music Fest 2017
Also on the bill are Goldfrapp, The Jesus and Mary Chain, Belle & Sebastian, Anna Meredith, Bonobo, Ride, Cate Le Bon among others.
Seven dead at Pakistan court as three suicide bombers attack
One bomber was briefly on the loose inside the busy complex in the Tangi area of Charsadda district but was killed by police.
Endless nuke power can be found in the seas
The ocean is a good source of uranium fuel, but it exists in such small quantities that extracting it hasn't been economically feasible.
Iran's leader calls Israel a "fake" nation, "dirty chapter" of history
Khamenei said Israel was created by bringing Jews from other parts of the world to the Mideast region to settle in the land of the Palestinians.
DNA “computers” could lead to self-activated smart pills
The computation comes in the form of the DNA, which looks for molecules that it can react with as a form of data-gathering.
Scientists discover four miniature night frogs in India
The researchers said the tiny amphibians were there in abundance but had likely been overlooked because of their size.
Pills could soon help erase certain memories, study finds
Removing all bad memories could prevent us learning from our mistakes, said Dr Sheena Josselyn, from the University of Toronto.
France’s Le Pen refuses headscarf, cancels on Lebanese Grand Mufti
“You can pass on my respects to the Grand Mufti, but I will not cover myself up,” Le Pen told reporters.
Bodies of 74 migrants wash up on Libya beach, Red Crescent says
At least 74 bodies were found in Zawiya, according to Red Crescent's spokesman Mohammed al-Misrati, who feared an even higher death toll.
Israeli soldier who killed wounded Palestinian attacker gets 18 months
Elor Azaria was found guilty of manslaughter for shooting dead 21-year-old Abdul Fatah al-Sharif in Hebron, in the occupied West Bank, last March.
TransferWise rolls out international money transfers via Facebook
Facebook already allows its users to send money domestically in the United States via its Messenger app.
Toshiba seeks $8.8 billion for chip unit stake
A person with knowledge of the matter said Toshiba will outline terms of the sale by the end of February.
Armenia investment projects to be revealed in Paris, Lyon, Marseilles
French business people will get an insight into the advantages of entering the EEU (Eurasian Economic Union) and Iranian markets via Armenia.
Juan Antonio Bayona's "Jurassic World 2" possible plot retails revealed
Produced by Steven Spielberg, "Jurassic World 2" is scheduled to hit theaters across the United States on June 22, 2018.
Taron Egerton filming “Robin Hood: Origins” in Croatia
The film follows a heroic outlaw in English folklore who steals from the rich and gives the bounties to the pauper.
ODIHR starts observation mission for Armenia parliamentary elections
28 long-term observers will join the team in the Armenian capital in the coming days to be deployed throughout the country.
French President criticises Britain over child refugees
Hollande called on Britain to "accept its responsibility" to take in stranded migrants who wish to join up with family in the UK.
Samsung to display C-Lab's AR and VR projects at MWC
the first of the four exhibits is Relúmĭno -- a visual aid app for the Gear VR that can help visually impaired people watch TV.
Nuclear disaster evacuees "forced" to return to Fukushima - Greenpeace
Greenpeace says tests it has carried out on homes in Iitate show that despite decontamination, radiation levels are still dangerously high.
Leaked images, retail listing hint at new Sonos speaker system
Like other Sonos speakers, it will likely support connectivity with your other Sonos speakers and voice control via Alexa at some point this year.
Canadian police bolster presence at border with U.S.
The Canada Border Services Agency, or CBSA, said that it had converted an unused basement into a refugee claimant processing centre.
WhatsApp clones Snapchat stories in new “status” tab
WhatsApp stories are posted from an in-app camera. Once you’ve taken a photo, you can adorn it with drawings, text, and emoji.
Azerbaijan's leader names his wife as country's First Vice President
Under the constitution, the First Vice-President assumes the head of state's duties in case the president is unable to perform his commitments.
Microsoft's next-gen HoloLens “won't arrive until 2019”
The company is eschewing a more incremental follow-up device in favor of something with significant upgrades
Apple “to revamp its iPad lineup in March”
The company is expected to unveil iPad Pros in 7.9-inch, 9.7-inch, 10.5-inch, and 12.9-inch models.
Samsung to reportedly revive Galaxy Note 7s
Samsung has some 2.5 million Galaxy Note 7s left over after using 20,000 or so up in testing to determine the cause of the problem.
The 1975 to release new track this week
The 1975 play the intimate Dome in Tufnell Park, London on February 21 to mark this week’s Brit Awards.
Lana Del Rey flies to the moon in “Love” music video
Lana's album will be released later this year, but the "Born To Die" singer hasn't revealed the exact date.
Mkhitaryan is Man United's best bit of business since Ferguson left: expert
"Henrikh Mkhitaryan has been able to answer those who questioned his suitability for United and then some," Tom Maston said.
900 shots fired in Azerbaijan's truce violations overnight
The Karabakh Defense Army forces continue controlling the situation on the contact lin and protecting their positions.
“Workaholics” star to topline Mindy Kaling/Charlie Grandy comedy
The single-camera comedy centers on a charismatic gym owner with no ambition who lives with his younger brother, a gorgeous idiot.
“Fifty Shades Darker” tops international box office with $43.7 mln
“Fifty Shades Darker” stars Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan reprising their roles as Christian Grey and Anastasia Steele.
Gene editing could help improve livestock - experts
Artificial insemination, embryo transfer and genetic selection have led to significant improvements in animal breeding in recent years.
First cast pic of “Predator” reboot revealed, R-rating confirmed
The film will see the brutal alien hunter head to the suburbs, with other plot details being kept under wraps.
Turkey scraps 227 judges, prosecutors over "links to failed coup"
A total of 3,886 judges and prosecutors have been dismissed so far over fears of the participation in the coup attempt.
HSBC says profit dived, warns of risks to world economic growth
HSBC is in the middle of carrying out a sweeping reorganization to focus on faster-growing Asia, where it earns the bulk of its profits.
"Mission: Impossible 6" director shares details about the movie
The director has confirmed that the movie will be set in Paris and the production will begin on April 10.
“Sword Art Online the Movie” bows at No. 1 at Japan box office
The film is about players of a hit game whose augmented reality technology blurs the lines between the digital and real worlds.
Disney’s “Beauty and the Beast” tops social media buzz
The live-action romance, starring Emma Watson, has produced a total of 987,000 new conversations on social media.
Karabakh votes overwhelmingly for constitutional reforms
According to Yeghishe Arzoumanyan, 79 314 citizens out of 103 766 - the total number of eligible voters - participated in the vote.
John Boyega shares on-set pic from "Pacific Rim: Uprising"
Steven S. DeKnight from "Daredevil" serves as director and pens the script alongside Emily Carmichael, Kira Snyder and T.S. Nowlin.
Charlie Hunnam faces his destiny in 'King Arthur” trailer
The first part of the trailer focuses on Arthur's past, when his father takes his family away from castle as it is attacked by a group of rebels.
1.4 mln children face famine in four African countries: UNICEF
In Yemen, 462,000 children are suffering from acute malnutrition while 450,000 children are severely malnourished in northeast Nigeria.
Colombia's Marxist FARC rebels to start disarmament process
FARC signed a peace agreement with the government late last year to put an end Latin America's longest-running armed conflict.
Trump names H.R. McMaster as U.S. national security advisor
Flynn was forced to resign after contacts with Russia and revelations that he lied about them to the vice president and the FBI.
Russia's UN envoy Vitaly Churkin dies: foreign ministry
A U.S. official, who was not authorized to speak publicly on the case, said that Churkin had died of an apparent heart attack.
Five die as plane crashes into Melbourne shopping centre
The Beechcraft plane veered just after take-off into the shopping centre, that was still closed, next to Essendon Fields airport.