Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis revealed on Tuesday that he would be willing to discuss a deal with Manchester City that would see strikers Edin Dzeko and Edinson Cavani move in opposite directions.
The number of women jailed in Afghanistan for "moral crimes" such as fleeing abusive husbands has risen sharply, Human Rights Watch said Tuesday, undermining claims that the status of women has improved.
Former Guatemalan dictator Efrain Rios Montt will go back on trial after the nation's highest court threw out his genocide and war crimes conviction in the latest twist in complex proceedings.
A roadside bomb in western Afghanistan and clashes in the volatile south left eleven police officers dead, officials said Tuesday.
Hong Kong on Tuesday joyfully welcomed the return of a giant inflatable rubber duck, which drew tens of thousands of visitors before it was abruptly deflated for maintenance for almost a week.
Spain's press bid a caustic farewell Tuesday to self-anointed Special One Jose Mourinho, jeering his divisive three-year reign at Real Madrid and his failure to win more silverware.
Philippe Montanier will leave Spanish side Real Sociedad at the end of this season to take over at French Ligue 1 club Rennes, it was confirmed on Tuesday.
Brighton and Hove Albion have formally apologised to rivals Crystal Palace after excrement was reportedly found on the floor of the London club's changing room prior to the second leg of their Championship play-off semi-final last week.
The "biggest power outage ever" in Thailand blacked out 14 southern provinces Tuesday evening, plunging almost the entire South into blackness for lengthy periods.
Golf's ruling bodies on Tuesday announced that anchoring putters will be banned from the start of 2016.
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