• Jimmy Fallon pays tribute to Tina Fey

    Jimmy Fallon paid a tearful tribute to Tina Fey on 'The Tonight Show' on Thursday (19.04.18). The 43-year-old talk show how - who has daughters Winnie, four, and Frances, two, with wife Nancy - was accompanied by his former 'Saturday Night Live' castmate for one of his regular segments, where he introduces guests to their idols, with the pair heading off to surprise excited fans at a performance of 'Mean Girls: The Musical'.

  • Amorous couples, sex workers whipped in Indonesia's Aceh

    Banda Aceh (Indonesia) (AFP) - A group of amorous couples and accused sex workers were publicly whipped for breaking Islamic law in Indonesia's Aceh Friday, just a week after the province pledged to move the widely condemned practice indoors.

  • Tennis star scones ballboy in frustrated outburst

    Roberto Bautista Agut was lucky not to be defaulted after hitting a ballboy in the head at the Monte Carlo Masters.

  • Syria strikes also sent message to N.Korea: Japan DefMin

    Washington (AFP) - The US-led air strikes against the Syrian regime also sent a message to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un ahead of talks with President Donald Trump, Japan's defense minister said Friday.

  • Anthony Head's partner 'isn't interested' in marriage

    Anthony Head's partner tells him to "f**k off" every time he proposes. The 64-year-old actor has been in a relationship with Sarah Fisher for more than 30 years, but she still has no interest in tying the knot.

  • Bulls catch Rebels napping, big wins for Crusaders, Chiefs

    Durban (South Africa) (AFP) - Quick-thinking Northern Bulls scrum-half Adrian Warner sealed a bonus-point Super Rugby victory over Melbourne Rebels Saturday while Canterbury Crusaders and Waikato Chiefs won convincingly.

  • The New Zealand dollar rolls over on Thursday

    The New Zealand dollar rolled over during the trading session on Thursday, breaking down below the 0.73 level. This shows signs of a move towards the support level underneath, which I believe is what we are about to see.