A nursery rhyme that kept waking a woman up at night in Ipswich, UK, was caused when spiders set off a motion alarm at a nearby estate. The volume of the lullaby alarm was turned down and the sound went away.
Syria welcomes Turkey-Russia deal declaring a de-militarized zone around Idlib but vows to keep up its campaign against 'terror,' either through military action or reconciliation deals with the opposition.
A Russian reconnaissance plane has been downed by Syria forces responding to an Israeli airstrike, killing all 15 people aboard, in what President Vladimir Putin calls "a chain of tragic accidental circumstances".
U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis says the shootdown of a Russian military aircraft by Syrian forces complicates relations between Assad and Russian government but has "no effect whatever" on the U.S. campaign to defeat Islamic State fighters in Syria.
The UN envoy for South Sudan says the first step by the country's warring parties to demonstrate their backing for what they say is their final peace agreement is to silence their guns immediately and everywhere _ which hasn't happened.
Iran's U.N. ambassador is calling the Russia-Turkey agreement on the last major rebel stronghold in Idlib the "right step" toward fighting terrorism and restoring peace to Syria without hurting civilians.
EU Brexit envoy Michel Barnier says his team is studying ways to carry out checks on goods moving into Northern Ireland in an effort to overcome a major obstacle in the negotiations, on the eve of a summit of EU leaders.
Violence has broken out at rallies in several Greek cities organized to mark the fifth anniversary of the killing of rapper Pavlos Fyssas that triggered a crackdown against the extreme right political party Golden Dawn.
At 25,000 square feet, the world's first indoor vertical farm is also one of the largest farms. Located 120 miles south of Seoul, South Korea, fruits and vegetables grow without soil, bathed in light from pink LEDs.