The organisation behind the operation claims 92.5 percent of the chemical weapons have been removed and destroyed.
Russia warned of "consequences" after Kiev launched a deadly assault against pro-Kremlin rebels.
Melissa Davies is in Gallipoli for ANZAC day, and discusses what this yearas service will bring.
ANZAC day rehearsals in Gallipoli were interrupted when a boat load of tourists arrived and began frolicking in the water.
A NYPD Twitter campaign has fueled allegations of police brutality.
Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall's brother Mark Shand has died, hours after he was hospitalised with a serious head injury.
The 200 missing school girls were sitting an exam when they were loaded into trucks and taken off into the forest.
The sandstorms swept across parts of northwest China on Tuesday and Wednesday, triggering fires and cutting power supplies.
The service accommodates four passengers each on six company-operated helicopters.
Investigators have raided the home of the man who owns the company that operated the South Korean ferry that sank last week.
Victims of Bangladesh's worst industrial disaster have begun receiving compensation.
An 85-year-old man has survived being run over by a cement truck in China.
There is no military presence in Syvatogorsk, despite Ukraine saying it has cleared the town of separatists.
The woman was arrested after her three disabled children were found dead at their London home.
The Pentagon has unveiled a new humanoid robot - or 'robosapian' - named Atlas.
Both the Duke and Duchess had tentative goes on DJ turntables at a community music centre.
The search for passengers still missing from SKorea's ferry disaster enters a second week at Jindo.
There was nearly a serious political outrage at Waitangi's lower marae today.
Nepalese guides on Mount Everest say they have decided to abandon this year's climbing season.
The latest moves underscore the severity of the crisis that has brought East-West relations to a perilous point.
A meta-analysis of decades of research has 'proved' homeopathy doesn't work - but were too many studies left out of the review?
British newspapers are advertising for Jimmy Savile's victims to file claims within the next six weeks.
Syria has handed over 86.5 percent of its chemical weapons five days before a self-imposed deadline.
The confirmed death toll from South Korea's ferry disaster has risen sharply to more than 120.
The ancient heart of Australia welcomed the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and gave them a special gift - a moment of peace and solitude.
Paul wanted to take a walk down Her Majesty's memory lane by looking at some of her other royal portraits.
A US company says its new powdered alcohol product has been approved and is poised to hit US stores soon.
About 150 people in the remote town of Uluru pressed up against the airport's fence to get a look at the royal couple today.
The United States says chemical attacks were likely launched in Syria this month.
A New Zealand children's organisation is helping Kenyans make a living from their traditional arts and crafts.
The June 3 elections are expected to return President Bashar al-Assad to office.
President Park Geun-Hye says the captain and crew of a South Korean ferry acted in a way "tantamount to murder".
Tens of thousands of runners have reclaimed the world's oldest marathon from the fear left by last year's deadly twin bombing.
The US President joined in a game of basketball at the White House Easter celebrations.
Authorities say the 16-year-old is lucky to be alive after enduring subzero temperatures for five hours.
In a world first, Australia's major sporting codes came together to commit to ridding their sports of homophobia.
The South Korean coast guard has recovered 59 bodies from the wreckage in a ferry which sank last week.
More bodies have been recovered from the stricken ferry that sunk off South Korea, bringing the official death toll to 49.
Four French journalists have been freed after being taken hostage in Syria almost a year ago.
The first of the funerals has been held for the Sherpas killed in an avalanche on Mt Everest.
They were the same three bodies that had been spotted, but not retrieved, during an earlier dive.
The captain says he delayed evacuating the ship because of the sea conditions and the absence of rescue ships.
New Zealand climbers are tonight mourning the loss of three of their Nepalese Sherpa guides following the mountain's deadliest disaster.
Pro-Russian rebels have kept their grip on seized government buildings in Ukraine, a day after Kiev struck a deal with Russia and the West.
At least six climbers have been killed after an avalanche struck Mount Everest
Russia, Ukraine, the US and EU have reached a surprise deal on de-escalating the worsening Ukrainian crisis
For decades scientists have been scouring the universe for a planet like ours.
The Duke a Duchess of Cambridge have wowed crowds at Sydney's Royal Easter Show.
The captain was not at the helm of the South Korean ferry that capsized two days ago (Reuters)
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have made a poignant visit to one of the worst affected towns in last year's bushfires.
There is evidence that many passengers on the sinking SKorean ferry were denied a proper chance to escape.
They may have left NA, but there is no escaping the royals and their tour because they simply made a short trip across the ditch.
Firstline's Sacha McNeil travels to the Ha'apai islands to see how locals are getting on, three months after Cyclone Ian.
William, Kate and Prince George emerged onto the tarmac in Sydney to a welcome break from the NZ rain.
A zoo in southwest China has installed a television to entertain a lonely panda.
A security analyst says if Muslim bin John was a member of al-Qaida, then he was a legitimate target.
The prosecution has derided a forensic expert hired by Oscar Pistorius, rubbishing his evidence.
Grave fears are held for almost 300 passengers after a ferry carrying mostly high school students sank en route to a holiday island.
Ukrainian and pro-Russian forces have flexed their military muscles in the restive east of the country.
It's been 10 days of Union Jacks, tiaras and small talk, but this will be the royal tour that goes down in history.