Better exchange rate performance and retreats in international oil prices will mean virtually unchanged fuel prices in August. This is according to the Automobile Association (AA), which was commenting on unaudited month-end fuel price data.
Suicide bombers in the Yemeni capital Sana'a blew themselves up during prayers at two mosques used by supporters of Shi'ite rebels, killing 126 people and wounding 260.
While is a champion of transparency, he keeps his own life tightly under wraps.
It's been called the first "global cyberwar". But it's really more an amateur brawl.
A cyber-villain or a force for open society. Quirky and complex, he cultivates mystery.
If 1999 was the Year of Napster, then 2010 will be the Year of WikiLeaks.
The violent arrest of a student trying to enter a bar in Virginia has prompted a probe and fuelled yet more US debate on how authorities treat black youths.
A fire in a shopping mall in central Russia has left at least 15 people dead, with 17 more missing.
At least two militants and two soldiers have died in an al-Qaeda assault on an army base in southern Yemen, officials and residents say, in another sign of unravelling security.
The United States is pressing Cuba to allow the opening of its embassy in Havana by April.
Lebanon is enforcing new immigration controls at the Syrian border in a move to gain control of the steady stream of refugees.
German police are investigating an attack on an Israeli who was beaten by a group of young men after he asked them to stop singing anti-Semitic songs on the Berlin subway on New Year's Eve.
Several thousand protesters have gathered near the Kremlin after police detained Putin's chief foe.
Jordan's King Abdullah II has warned that the fight against Islamic State (ISIS) militants is the third world war.
The Georgian president says Russia is planning to expand its authority over South Ossetia.
Police are investigating Michael Brown's stepfather for angry comments made to a Ferguson crowd after a grand jury decided not to indict the police officer who fatally shot his stepson.
London's Metropolitan Police is disappointed by an employment tribunal's finding that the department discriminated against a black female officer because of her gender and race.
The ANC has slipped into anti-democratic practices reminiscent of the apartheid regime it fought to overthrow, says a US diplomatic cable released by WikiLeaks.
Two suspects have been charged over links to the Paris terror gunman after a probe finds 100s of texts and DNA evidence.
A colleague of Boris Nemtsov, the Russian opposition figure shot dead near Moscow's Red Square, says suggestions he was killed by Islamists is nonsensical and useful for the Kremlin because they deflected accusations that officials were involved.
Police are trying to determine whether hate played any role in the killing of three Muslims a day earlier, a crime they say was sparked by a neighbour’s long-simmering anger over parking and noise.
A prominent Dutch cartoonist at Charlie Hebdo has heaped scorn on the French satirical weekly's "new friends" since the massacre at its Paris offices, in particular far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen.
A Taliban suicide bomb has hit an EU police vehicle in Kabul days after the Nato combat mission ended in Afghanistan, killing at least one passer-by.
British budget airline easyJet will cancel 30% of its flights in France due to a fresh two-day strike by cabin crew.
Ten passengers dead, dozens unaccounted for and no-one able to say with any certainty how many people were on board makes for a tragic mystery.
US President Barack Obama has nominated Defence Department understudy Ashton Carter as his fourth defence secretary to replace Chuck Hagel.
British spies did not break laws guaranteeing human rights when they used mass monitoring techniques revealed by Edward Snowden.
Water flowed down the aisles and rained down on passengers of a double-decker Qantas Airways flight bound for Australia after a leak that forced the plane to return to Los Angeles.
Hillary Clinton says if she runs for president again, she will release her medical records in the same manner of past presidential candidates.
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