Q Radio World News
- News Home
- Other categories
109 live animals - including 35 turtles and 20 snakes - found in women's luggage
Two women have been arrested after trying to smuggle 109 live animals out of Thailand in their luggage.
Ukraine war: Two children among 19 killed as Russian missiles hit apartment block near Odesa
Russian missile attacks on residential buildings near Odesa have killed at least 19 people, including two children.
'My home is a graveyard now': The aftermath of Afghanistan's deadly earthquake
Mohammad Roshan has lost 18 members of his family.
Unprecedented 32.5C in the Arctic Circle during month of smashed global temperature records
Countries across Europe broke temperature records in June - with an unprecedented 32.5C (90.5F) reported in the Arctic Circle.
US basketball star Brittney Griner 'keeping the faith' as she appears in Russian court on drugs charges
American basketball star Brittney Griner has told a US diplomat she is "keeping the faith" after appearing in a Russian court on cannabis possession charges.
Vatican suffers big loss in sale of London building at heart of fraud and embezzlement trial
The Vatican has said it has completed the sale of the luxury London building at the centre of an ongoing corruption trial - after taking an estimated hit of around £120m (€140m).
North Korea claims to have identified source of COVID outbreak: 'Alien things' near the border with South Korea
North Korea says it has identified the source of its COVID outbreak - citizens touching "alien things" near the border with South Korea.
Firefighters battling to contain wildfire near Peru's Machu Picchu in Peru
Firefighters are battling to contain a forest fire near the Inca ruins of Machu Picchu.
'Cryptoqueen' Ruja Ignatova added to FBI's Most Wanted list
A Bulgarian woman, also known as "Cryptoqueen", has been added to the FBI's list of its 10 most-wanted fugitives.
China 'catastrophically broke its word' about Hong Kong, last UK governor Lord Patten says
China has "catastrophically and comprehensively" broken its word about Hong Kong, the city's final governor under British rule has said.