An American school teacher, who went 'back to school' for two days to see what it was like, says she was exhausting by day's end that she couldn't do anything mentally stimulating.
A marathon in Bangalore, India, last weekend turned into a fiasco as motorists ignored race cordons and runners became lost, writes Jason Koutsoukis.
Rural US district inundated with calls after allowing seniors to "tastefully" tote guns in yearbook photos.
Paul McGeough gives a rare glimpse inside life under the Islamic State fighters.
The two candidates in Brazil's presidential election have quite different policies on economic growth.
The Indonesian wife of murdered Australian citizen Bob Ellis has denied participating in her husband's gruesome killing, blaming her housemaids instead for organising it, and five thugs for carrying it out.
The victim didn't show much sign of a struggle, and there were no signs that he was protecting himself, a forensic expert reports.
Egypt's President has said he plans to pardon jailed Australian journalist Peter Greste and his colleagues after their appeal early next year, according to an Arabic news report.
Lassana Jabeteh was working as a taxi driver when he contracted Ebola.
The system allows the public to see not only what percentage of public servants were at work on any given day, but also check whether an individual public servant was actually sitting at his or her desk.
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