Prince Harry and Italian soccer star Paolo Di Canio are to team up to record a cover version of the Rolling Stones' seventies smash hit "Brown Sugar."...
George W Bush is seeking to boost his chances of winning the US Presidential election - by exhuming the body of his dead grandmother Barbara to help with the final campaign push.
Controversial Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has been the first to congratulate arch-rival Morgan Tsvangirai after his acquittal from treason charges.
Sneaky European countries have begun flooding Iraq with fake cardboard cut-outs of military personnel in a cynical bid to deceive their US ally about how committed they are to restructuring the war-stricken country.
Tapes on which Diana, Princess of Wales, tells secrets which everyone knew about eight years ago anyway, have sensationally been aired on US television.
Ex-England manager Glenn Hoddle has sensationally revealed the real reason why he has decided not to join Southampton - because he believes the south coast club is ‘suffering from sins it committed in a past life'.
The Florida Tourist Board is promoting picturesque Guantanamo Bay as the ideal haven for tourists who want to see Cuba but don't want to meet Communists.
The prestigious Brit Music Awards' so-called controversial image has received a kick in the teeth, with the news that ITV schedulers have relegated next year's event to daytime television.
Shadow Chancellor Oliver Letwin has died of shock after being told his keynote speech on Conservative spending policies was the focus of the first report on BBC daytime news.
Mel Gibson's new film The Passion of the Christ may be banned in Italy, amid protests that it is anti-Italian.
Tory spin doctors have introduced a new rule barring bald men from becoming leader of the Conservative Party.
The Israeli government has unveiled an ambitious plan to turn the controversial West Bank Wall into a money-spinning tourist spot.
The morale of British troops stationed in Iraq has plummeted further after a disastrous visit to Basra by Prince Charles.
UK prime minister Tony Blair is back in hospital tonight after undergoing intensive surgery to have a strange object removed from his anus.
VIENNA, SWITZERLAND - 83 percent of Europeans say they "couldn't give a toss" about this year's forthcoming US presidential election.
US President George W Bush has challenged his European partners to get more of their troops killed in Iraq if they want a bigger share of the beleaguered country's reconstruction contracts.
Global fast food giant McDonalds has thrown convicted cannibal Armin Meiwes a lifeline by promising him a job when he gets out of prison.
Renowned director Steven Spielberg's remake of the 1933 cult monster classic ‘King Kong' has stalled in the pre-production phase, in a row over whether the giant ape should have a visible 10-foot penis.