As Oscar Pistorius faced further cross-examination, the Olympian made a slip in his evidence. And the prosecutor swooped.
Oscar Pistorius was on Thursday accused of "blaming everybody else but himself" as he faced a second day of relentless cross-examination at his murder trial, with the state trying to portray him as reckless, self-obsessed and controlling.
A stunt by an Indonesian TV station showed Jokowi may no longer be able to set Indonesia's political agenda just by turning up.
Billed as the "trial of the century" before it began, Oscar Pistorius' murder trial has reached a critical point this week.
It is day 20 of the Oscar Pistorius murder trial and the Olympic and Paralympic track star faces a second day of cross-examination.
A top South African prosecutor has vowed to prove Oscar Pistorius is a liar, taunting him with photos of his dead girlfriend’s head and declaring: “Reeva doesn’t have a life any more because of what you’ve done … now answer the questions and give us the truth.”
Russia's military takeover in Crimea threatens to set back global talks on nuclear disarmament with fears North Korea and other atomic nations will decide never to follow Ukraine's example and surrender their bombs.
The US ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt has waded into the debate about Russia's intentions with Ukraine by tweeting photos reportedly showing the build up of Russian troops on the border of ex-Soviet Republic.
With his head in his hands, Oscar Pistorius on Wednesday sensationally refused a prosecutor’s taunt to look at the photograph of his late girlfriend’s bloodied, shattered skull, shouting tearfully: “I won't look at that picture. I remember! I was THERE!”
In a blistering start to his cross examination, prosecutor Gerrie Nel wasted no time in putting the Olympic athlete on the back foot, demanding he accept responsibility for his actions on the morning of Valentine’s Day 2013.