Prince Harry suffered ‘total chaos’ over Diana’s death

Britain's Prince Harry suffered "total chaos" before eventually seeking help to deal with the death of his mother Princess Diana, he said in an interview published Monday.Speaking to The Telegraph newspaper, the 32-year-old prince said he had spent yea...

What changes under Turkey’s new constitution

Turkey on Sunday narrowly voted in a historic referendum to approve a new constitution granting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan greater powers, according to almost complete results.Critics have long denounced the move as part of a grab by Erdogan for on...

British MPs call for Assad’s wife to lose citizenship

UK lawmakers are calling on the government to strip Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's wife of her British citizenship, for supporting her husband's regime during the country's ongoing war.The Liberal Democrats' foreign affairs spokesman, MP Tom Brake,...

Dozens of children dead in Syria evacuees bombing

Nearly 70 children were among those killed when a suicide car bombing tore through buses carrying evacuees from besieged government-held towns in Syria, a monitor said on Sunday.Saturday's blast hit a convoy carrying residents from the northern towns o...

Bottas sad over Hamilton free pass

A deflated Valtteri Bottas admitted that he felt very disappointed to be asked to let his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton to pass him during Sunday?s Bahrain Grand Prix.The 27-year-old Finn had started the race from his maiden pole position, but lack...

Sainz blamed for ‘dive bombing’ Stroll

Carlos Sainz was handed a three-place grid penalty for the Russian Grand Prix after being blamed for the collision that took him and Lance Stroll out of the Bahrain race on Sunday.The Spaniard, of Toro Rosso, and the Canadian rookie, driving a Williams...

Latest “Furious” film opens strongly, especially overseas

Universal's action thriller "The Fate of the Furious" hit the ground in super-high gear this weekend, taking in $100.2 million on North American screens while roaring to record global revenues of more than a half-billion dollars, industry analysts esti...

Hayle targets Boston Marathon repeat

Ethiopia's Lemi Berhanu Hayle and Atsede Baysa face daunting challenges on Monday as they seek repeat titles in the Boston Marathon.Hayle, defending the men's crown he won last year in a time of 2hr 12min 45sec, will have to contend with eight other me...

Racing hold on to end Toulouse’s play-off hopes

French champions Racing 92 held on with just 13 players for a crucial 10-8 victory at Toulouse on Sunday that put them in the driving seat for a play-off spot.Racing had Samoan prop Viliamu Afatia sent-off and New Zealander front-row Ben Tameifuna yell...

Revenge for Mourinho as Man Utd stun Chelsea

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho masterminded a brilliant and unexpected 2-0 home victory over former club Chelsea on Sunday to breathe new life into the Premier League title race.Mourinho gambled by resting Zlatan Ibrahimovic, but Marcus Rashfo...

IS attacked Iraq forces with chemical weapons: military

The Islamic State group used chemical weapons against Iraqi forces taking part in the operation to recapture Mosul, injuring some security personnel, the military said on Sunday.IS has periodically carried out attacks using chemical weapons, but both t...

Vettel wins Bahrain Grand Prix ahead of Hamilton

Sebastian Vettel moved into a clear lead in this year?s world championship on Sunday when he claimed a well-judged victory for Ferrari in the Bahrain Grand Prix for his second win of the season.The 29-year-old four-time champion came home seven seconds...

Child among seven migrant bodies found off Libya

The bodies of seven migrants, including a small boy, were found during the latest rescue operations off Libya, a Maltese NGO and the Italian coastguard said Sunday."Imagine to carry an eight-year-old boy's lifeless body into your house on Easter Sunday...