Associated Press | Updated at 06:47am on May 02, 2017
Thousands of people from New England to the Midwest to the West Coast chanted, picketed and protested Monday as demonstrations raged against president Donald Trump's immigration policies along with the traditional May Day marching in favour of labour...
BBC | Updated at 08:15pm on May 01, 2017
The Indonesian man who claimed to be 146 years old - the longest living human ever - has died in his village in Central Java...
BBC | Updated at 11:45pm on May 01, 2017
US president Donald Trump has stirred debate by asking why the American Civil War happened, and pondering whether it could have been ‘worked out’...
Reuters | Updated at 09:10pm on May 01, 2017
One French police officer was seriously burnt and two others injured in clashes at a May Day demonstration in Paris on Monday in which protesters threw Molotov cocktails and other missiles, the police said...
Reuters | Updated at 09:25pm on May 01, 2017
South African president Jacob Zuma made a hasty exit from a May Day rally on Monday after the crowd of workers that he was due to address became rowdy, with some booing and chanting slogans against him...
Reuters | Updated at 06:45pm on May 01, 2017
At least 27 people were injured on an Aeroflot flight from Moscow to Bangkok on Monday when their Boeing 777 hit an air pocket, the Russian embassy in Thailand said in a statement...
Reuters | Updated at 11:50pm on May 01, 2017
The Palestinian Islamist group Hamas will drop its longstanding call for Israel's destruction as well as its association with the Muslim Brotherhood, in a policy document to be issued on Monday, Gulf Arab sources said...
BBC | Updated at 01:07am on May 02, 2017
US president Donald Trump has said he would be ‘honoured’ to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, in the right circumstances...
Associated Press | Updated at 10:17pm on May 01, 2017
Two Indian soldiers were killed and their bodies mutilated Monday in an ambush by Pakistani soldiers along the highly militarised de facto border that..
Reuters | Updated at 05:50pm on May 01, 2017
Labour unions and immigrant advocacy groups will lead May Day rallies in cities across the United States on Monday, with organisers expecting larger-than-usual turnouts to protest the immigration policies of president Donald Trump...