Celine Dion is not dead. A hoax spread around the internet on Sunday claiming that the Canadian singer had died in a plane crash/ car accident.
This year at the 2013 Miss Universe Beauty Pageant Belgium will be represented by Noemie Happart.
A 7.3 magnitude earthquake has hit the coast of northeastern Japan.
A deadly explosion at a candy factory in Northern Mexico killed one person and injured dozens more.
Ruth Jennifer Ondo Mouchita will represent Gabon at the 2013 Miss Universe Beauty pageant.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox Quesada declared last Wednesday, October 23, that the Mexican government also carries out espionage activities, like the United States does.
The President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, incurred in a new faux pas during a speech offered to high ranking health officials and the media, when he was unable to fluidly pronounce the word "epidemiólogos".
Olympic ski champion Lindsey Vonn will not make her much-awaited return as she decided not to participate in the World Cup ski season-opener that is set to start on Saturday in Austria.
North Korea announced on Thursday that it would release six detained South Koreans, which could help ease tensions between the polarized nations.
The Dean Academy decided to close its doors on Wednesday in order to get rid of the swarming numbers of false black widows.
A Shanghai couple has been accused of selling their baby daughter in order to purchase an Apple iPhone.
Next month, 60 contestants from around the world will compete for the crown and to be named Miss Universe 2013. The international beauty pageant will take place in Crocus City Hall in Moscow, Russia, on Nov. 9 and be televised on both NBC and Telemundo.
Eminem fans in Australia are in for a treat as the self-proclaimed "Rap God" will kick off a tour in the country early next year. Plus, he's bringing rap sensations Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole along with him.
On Tuesday, the U.S. and 10 other Arab and European nations publicly endorsed peace talks in Geneva to end the bloody Syrian civil war. However, the moderate Syrian opposition is unsure about the talks.
The questions surrounding the case of "Maria", the blonde girl found a gypsy camp in central Greece, continue; on Tuesday, October 23, Interpol said that the little girl is not in its list of missing children.