It would release 5 trillion tonnes of carbon dioxide - and effectively ''cook the planet''.
A police department in Britain is on the backfoot after winning a sandcastle competition with a sculpture of a crime scene depicting a naked woman with a spade in her back.
Lindsay Murdoch Vietnamese officials have imposed strict conditions on Western correspondents covering US president Barack Obama's visit to their communist country.
Lindsay Murdoch US President Barack Obama has lifted a decades-old arms sales embargo to Vietnam on Monday during his first visit to the communist country, potentially angering China.
Lindsay Murdoch At least 17 girls aged between three and 12 have been killed when fire swept through a school boarding house in Thailand's northern Chiang Rai province.
Josh Dye A gunman has shot and killed multiple people at a concert in Nenzing, Austria, according to reports.
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A horse trains on track a day before the 141st running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Maryland on Friday.
Peter Hermann, Clarence Williams and Fenit Nirappil The White House was put on lockdown on Friday after shots reportedly were heard nearby while President Barack Obama was away at Andrews Air Force Base, officials said.
Rachel Olding Chase Sherman's last words as he lay handcuffed in the back of a rental car were prophetic.