A Russian court has sentenced three young women to up to 15 days imprisonment after they performed a dance with "twerk" moves in front of a war memorial.
New Zealanders in London have paid their respects to the ANZACs with a Dawn Service at the iconic Wellington Arch in Hyde Park.
Sydney's wild weather has continued, with a huge hailstorm battering the city last night.
At least 1910 people are dead and 4718 have been injured in the Nepal earthquake but the final toll is expected to be much higher.
There are fears for almost 100 New Zealanders who are registered as being in Nepal, after a massive earthquake has killed more than 1200 people.
Turkey condemns Russian President Vladimir Putin for referring to genocide during commemorations of the 1915 mass killings of Armenians during World War I.
Nineteen New Zealanders wintering over at Scott Base in Antarctica have marked Anzac Day with a commemorative service.
The Gallipoli pilgrims have snuggled up in their sleeping bags as they begin the long cold wait for the Anzac Day dawn service.
Barack Obama has apologised for the unintentional killing of two hostages during a drone attack on an al-Qaida terrorist stronghold.
The parents of a newborn baby boy, who only lived for 100 minutes, have described their pride in their son for becoming Britain's youngest organ donor.
The family of black teenager Michael Brown, who was killed by a white policeman in the United States, is suing the city of Ferguson.
Barack Obama has revealed an American and an Italian hostage were killed in a covert US counter-terrorism operation on the Afghan-Pakistan border.
People smugglers beat several migrants to death and executed at least 1 minor before the boat left Libya with more than 750 people aboard, survivors say.
The clean-up is underway through saturated parts of New South Wales after the worst storm in a decade.
US authorities are investigating after a video emerged of a police officer grabbing a woman's camera and smashing it to the ground.
Chile's Calbuco volcano has erupted, spewing a giant funnel of ash high into the sky.
Italy has called on the European Union and UN to set up operations in African countries to help stem the flow of migrants heading for Europe.
The captain and another crew member of a boat that capsized at the weekend killing 800 migrants have been charged.
The mother of a student who died after taking diet pills purchased online has appealed to others not to consume them.
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is "America's worst nightmare" and deserves to die for one of the bloodiest attacks on US soil since 9/11, his trial has heard.
Three people have died in New South Wales and more than 200,000 homes have been left without power in what's been described as a once-in-a-decade storm.
More than 200,000 homes remain without power after New South Wales was hit by a once-in-a-decade storm.
Australian police were tipped off by British police after the arrest of a 14-year-old boy, which led to anti-terror raids across Melbourne.
A 93-year old former Nazi death camp guard will go on trial in Germany tonight.
Three people have been killed and many more rescued as torrential rain and high speed winds lash the Australian state.
The Tunisian captain and a Syrian crew member of a boat that capsized off the coast of Libya, killing hundreds of migrants, have been arrested.
A US mayor has promised to thoroughly investigate the death of an African American man who died after an arrest.
A group of Melbourne men arrested in counterterrorism raids allegedly plotted to run over and policeman and stab him to death on Anzac Day.
Police in the UK are holding a boy in relation to an alleged Australian Anzac Day terror plot.
The EU has unveiled a 10-point action plan to stem the tide of migrants crossing the Mediterranean after the latest disastrous loss of life.
Somalia's al-Shabab Islamists have killed 7 people including four UN workers by setting off a huge bomb.
EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini says the bloc has "no more excuses" and has demanded "immediate" action after 700 migrants drowned in the disaster in the Mediterranean.
Turkish locals are invading Gallipoli ahead of Anzac Day before the peninsula is closed off to the public.
Tomorrow is the annual Boston Marathon, and the following day the man found guilty of bombing the race two years earlier will been sentenced.
Americans are commemorating the victims of the Oklahoma City bombing on the 20th anniversary of the tragedy that killed 168 people.
IS has released a video purportedly showing the execution of some 30 Ethiopian Christians captured in Libya.
Malta's Prime Minister says rescuers at the scene of a Mediterranean shipwreck are searching for survivors amongst corpses floating in the water.
An American family visiting the zoo got the fright of their lives when a 220kg gorilla charged their three-year-old girl, cracking the glass designed to protect them.
The Islamic State group claim responsibility for a suicide attack in Afghanistan that killed 33 people, President Ashraf Ghani says.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is urging Australians to turn out in force at Anzac Day events in defiance of alleged terror attack plans.
Italian immigration centres are overflowing with African migrants who cross the Mediterranean.
Memphis police say an observant motorist helped them get a kid driver off the road before anyone was hurt.
UN Security Council members have been moved to tears as they watched the video of an apparent chlorine gas attack in northwest Syria last month.
Some early commuters in the American northwest have been confronted by an unusual road hazard AAA 20 million angry bees.
An international monitoring group says 30,000 people may die this year attempting the perilous journey across the Mediterranean.
It might be Tony Quinn's event, but the Race to the Sky boss concedes that it's Nobuhiro 'Monster' Tajima's race.
Italian police say they have arrested a group of migrants after witnesses said they threw 12 passengers overboard on a boat headed to Europe.
The opposition parties vying for a role in Britain's next government have gone head-to-head in the final television debate.
The Gallipoli campaign created heroes on both sides of the world, and 100 years after the ANZAC landing, Turkish villagers are still digging up war relics.
Today marks 150 years since US president Abraham Lincoln was killed.
The controversy is continuing over an Arizona police officer using his patrol car to stop a gunman by running him over.
One word best sums up the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landing at Gallipoli: sacrifice.
Sharky Jama, a former Australian model, has been shot dead in Syria while fighting for Islamic State.
A city in Florida which has become the focal point of spring break festivities has voted to boost security after a month of alcohol-fuelled violence.
A Buckingham Palace guard has been left red-faced after slipping in front of hundreds of tourists during the famous changing of the guard.
A police officer has turned himself in following the death of an Oklahoma man almost two weeks ago.
Nigeria and the world have marked the first anniversary of Boko Haram's abduction of 219 schoolgirls.
Amnesty International says terrorist group Boko Haram has kidnapped at least 2,000 women and girls since the beginning of last year.
Republican Senator Marco Rubio is aiming to be the first hispanic American president, a day after Hillary Clinton confirmed she's running for the top job.
A camera-shy chimp was filmed hitting a camera-equipped drone with a stick as it filmed the animal's enclosure at Burgers' Zoo.