22 to 28 April 2017 Covering developments in South Africa where President Jacob Zuma faces continued calls to step down.
22 to 28 April 2017 Heightened tensions continue with North Korea as the US increases pressure on Beijing to use its clout with country to rein in its nuclear and missile programs.
Sydney: US Vice President Mike Pence visits Australia.
22 to 28 April 2017 French presidential candidates continue their campaigns ahead of the election's first round poll on April 23.
Pontida: About 1,000 people, mostly from southern Italy, hold a demonstration in a stronghold of the right wing anti-immigration Northern League to protest against party leader Matteo Salvini.
Rome: Pope Francis participates in an annual prayer for Christianity's modern-day martyrs just weeks after the latest Islamic attack on Christians attending Mass in Egypt and on the eve of his own...
Tallinn: Paul Ryan, speaker of the US House of Representatives, visits Estonia to meet with the country's political leader.
Cologne: The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD) party holds their party congress, with an estimated 50,000 people expected to protest in opposition to the party. 22 April - 0500 GMT - Sit-down...
Budapest: A witty protest group organises a march "against everyone." The Two-Tailed Dog Party has been at the forefront of spirited opposition to Prime Minister Viktor Orban's populist tendencies.
Moscow: Russian Communists lay flowers in Red Square to mark the anniversary of Vladimir Lenin's birthday on April 22, 1870. 1000 GMT - Edit expected.
Stratford-Upon-Avon: Parade to celebrate Shakespeare's 453rd birthday. The parade will make its way through the town centre to Holy Trinity Church to lay flowers on Shakespeare's grave.
22 to 28 April 2017 Venezuela's opposition is looking to keep up pressure on President Nicolas Maduro with continued protests planned in wake of biggest anti-government demonstrations in years.
22 to 28 April 2017 Fighting continues in northern Syria around Raqqa and Hama, as investigations continue into the April 4 suspected chemical attack that killed at least 90 people.
22 to 28 April 2017 Iraqi military push deep into western Mosul in its offensive to retake the city from IS and drive the militant group out of Iraq.
Tehran: Georgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili is expected to make a two-day visit to Iran to strengthen Tehran-Tbilisi political and economic cooperation. 0430 GMT - Official welcome ceremony...
22 to 28 April 2017 Continued coverage of Donald Trump's presidency.
Washington DC: Earth Day Network and the March for Science are co-organizing a rally and teach-in on the National Mall. It will include speeches and trainings with scientists and civic organizers...
Designers Rizwan Beyg, HSY and Bunto Kazmi unveiled their luxury pret collections loud applause Friday, on day two of the three-day Spring/Summer 2017 fashion week in Karachi. Rizwan Beyg, one of the...
Jake Gyllenhaal's latest project takes him behind the camera as an executive producer of a documentary about a late photojournalist named Chris Hondros. The film, called "Hondros," premiered Friday...
On the red carpet for the Blue Book gala, Reese Witherspoon shared her passion for saving the elephants, but offered little truth for more "Big Little Lies." Jennifer Hudson, Claire Danes, Ruth...
Aaron Kwok said he has no time for a honeymoon right now, as he has already returned to work. The veteran Hong Kong actor and singer tied the knot with model girlfriend Moka Fang on April 19th. He...
Channing Tatum has brought his "Magic Mike" act to Sin City. The actor is directing "Magic Mike Live Las Vegas" at the Hard Rock Hotel Casino in Las Vegas. The red carpet premiere was held Friday...
For some designers, Bridal Fashion Week meant a turn to modern yet classic dresses, with plenty of options in sleeves, necklines and silhouettes. Monique Lhuillier had it all in stretch satin that...
For some designers, Bridal Fashion Week meant a turn to modern yet classic dresses, with plenty of options in sleeves, necklines and silhouettes. Never shy about going her own way, Ines Di Santo went...
A rare exhibition of Soviet avant-garde art from Uzbekistan has gone on display in Moscow. The show contains many works collected by 1950s painter Igor Savitsky.
Australia is considering a national approach to training overseas students about water safety after a disproportionately high number of drownings. 42 people died from drowning in New South Wales...
In a virtual reality hospital of the future we will be able to take a journey through our vital organs, actually see what's going on inside our hearts and experience the lives of elderly patients...
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