The 920 horsepower (680 kW) Quant e-Sportlimousine, developed by Lictenstein-based NanoFlowcell, uses an electrolyte flow cell power system to power four electric motors.
Ijaz, a bus conductor in his twenties from Peshawar in Pakistan, openly admits to having raped 12 little boys but says he is 'helpless to withstand my desire'.
TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) — An Islamist-allied militia group in control of Libya's capital now guards the U.S. Embassy and its residential compound, a commander said Sunday
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A Swedish anti-immigration party is likely to score its best ever general election result this month, as a growing number of voters question the cost of the country's open door asylum
The Kings are seeking a new proton beam radiation therapy not offered in the U.K. The hospital says the boy has a 70% chance of survival with the treatment it offers
The eyes of the tea world are on the Cowichan Valley and Canada’s first commercial tea harvest.
Robots will be running the City within 10 years, rendering investment bankers, analysts and even quants redundant, it has been claimed.
Tests by the state government of Saxony show that more than one in three wild boars gave off such high levels of radiation, thought to be a legacy of Chernobyl, that they were unfit for human consumption
Over 300 people were injured in overnight clashes as Pakistani police battled thousands of protesters demanding the resignation of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif with tear gas, batons and rubber bullets outside the PM's official residence and the adjacent pa
Pressed by Russia to declare a ceasefire with separatists, Ukraine instead says a new great war has begun in Europe.
It is hailed as one of the greatest engineering achievements in history, yet the path to its completion was tortuous and took various innovations to happen
At least 1,420 people were killed in Iraq in August, the United Nations said on Sept. 1, as sectarian violence raged in the centre and north of the country.
Filipino peacekeepers, outnumbered by Syrian rebels, 'held their ground for seven hours' before fleeing, official says; 44 Fijian troops still captive
We’ve all seen it — the horn-honking from the furious car driver, the cyclist giving the middle-finger salute, the driver passing too close and the person on the bike blowing through a red light.
An Alberta appeal board says the Edmonton Public School Board was unfair in suspending and firing teacher who gave out zeros to his students.
Hindus in Sindh demand the government to formulate strict laws against forced marriages, conversions and for the protection of their rights.
Australian Pop culture's fondness for headdresses and war paint is increasingly being seen as wrong and insensitive.
A child molester who was raped while held in the Garfield County Jail in Pomeroy is suing the county.
The traditional practice goes against the law in the UK, where the youngest one can marry is at 16, the age of sexual consent.
There is an increasing Canadian presence in the Australian drug scene, where traffickers brave harsh enforcement for large profits in a “high-risk, high-reward” market, authorities say.
A Regina woman is planning to make a formal complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission after being refused service at a barber shop.
Nude photos of “Hunger Games” star Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande and Kirsten Dunst, among many others, leaked online Sunday morning in one of the biggest celebrity hacking scandals in recent memory.
Joan Rivers’ daughter is keeping her “fingers crossed” for a miracle to bring the 81-year-old comedic legend back from the brink — even as the family considers legal action over the botched procedure that caused her collapse.
Michael Sam, who is seeking to become the NFL's first openly gay player, was passed over by 31 teams Sunday just one day after being cut by St. Louis