Scientists have found an enzyme that "eats" plastic, breaking the building blocks down into pieces that can be used to make plastics again
Some of Scotland’s cheapest drinks, with the highest alcohol content, will more than double in price.
Protesters upset over recent government agreements with Serbia and Montenegro threw bricks and Molotov cocktails as clashes broke out in the capital Pristina.
Gunmen killed two tourist police at the Giza Pyramid plateau near Cairo on Wednesday, in a rare attack on an Egyptian tourist site.
Gunmen burst into guests' rooms overnight, the third attack on a guesthouse in as many weeks in Afghanistan. Violence has surged since the Taliban launched its spring offensive in April.
The small West African nation has offered to host all of the Rohingya refugees fleeing Myanmar and Bangladesh, but considering the country's poor human rights record, experts say the offer is insincere.
Itai Dzamara, described by rights groups as "a significant threat" to the government, was dragged out of a Harare barber's shop ten days ago. VICE News spoke to his family about the case.
VICE News has obtained images taken by local witnesses which show the dead bodies of young men, said to be rebels, some with their hands apparently tied behind their backs.
The latest European Commission counter-terror plan permits the collection of 42 pieces of personal information from every passenger — including what you ate on the plane.
Steven Emerson says he is an "internationally recognized expert on terrorism." But Twitter definitely disagrees and UK Prime Minister David Cameron called him a "complete idiot."
The 'Dark Side of Conservation' — NGOs Accused of Trampling Tribal Rights in Push to Protect Environment
A report by indigenous rights group Survival International says that conservation is in some cases destroying tribal communities and endangering the terrain it aims to protect.