The actor revealed he had a long-lost daughter during his time in the jungle.
China’s foreign minister hopes the call won’t have any impact on diplomacy.
Several people taken hostage Friday evening in a Paris travel agency were released safe and sound, police said, but the armed robber who seized them was on the run.
Phil Collins' ex-wife is taking legal action against the singer over "wholly false statements" made in his recent autobiography. The Against All Odds singer married his first wife Andrea Bertorelli in 1975 and the marriage lasted for five years. The couple had a son, Simon, and Collins adopted Bertorelli's daughter Joely.
Luckily his condition is now stable.
Labour will seek to amend the Government's Brexit bill if the Supreme Court allows a debate in Parliament, Jeremy Corbyn says. The Labour leader told Sky News his party wants an amendment to ensure Britain maintains access to Europe's markets, workers' rights and environmental protection measures.
The son of Fawlty Towers star Andrew Sachs has told how his father's dementia meant he could no longer recognise himself on the classic sitcom. John Sachs told Sky News the final months of the actor's life were "very hard", describing dementia as a "terrible thing".
A 36-year-old man who carried out a "sustained" axe attack on a female police officer has been given a 15-year sentence. PC Lisa Bates was left with a fractured skull and multiple ankle fractures following the attack last April. Nathan Sumner will be detained under a hospital order after being convicted of causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone are not bitter exes! The Amazing Spider-Man actor recently admitted he is still in love with his former girlfriend and co-star Stone. During a discussion with The Hollywood Reporter, the 33-year-old star was asked, "You're on a desert island and can have one actor or actress with you. Who?" Garfield replied, "Emma Stone.
Flooding has forced thousands of people from their homes across Cumbria. Sky's Frazer Maude reports.
A former Argos security guard has ended the 22-year rule of the president of Gambia in a shock election victory. Despite being unknown on the political scene just six months ago, Adama Barrow comfortably defeated longtime leader Yahya Jammeh. It is understood Mr Jammeh, who had previously vowed to rule for "a billion years", will be releasing a statement to concede leadership of the West African nation.
The Apprentice could be in the firing line after the business reality show recorded its lowest viewing figures since moving across to BBC One in 2007, with bookmakers suggesting this season could be its last. Thursday night's programme (1 December), that tasked contestants with creating a new virtual reality game, only managed to bring in 4.3m viewers. This is significantly less than the previous BBC One low of last year that managed 4.6m, report The Sun.
They will be performing festive songs.
Taliban militants hanged a university student in public in a village west of Kabul after accusing him of involvement in the death of a senior Taliban official, a local government spokesman said on Saturday. Abdul Rahman Mangal said Faiz ul Rahman Wardak, a fourth-year student at Kabul Polytechnic University, was hanged in Sewaka village in Chak district, 60 km (37 miles) outside the Afghan capital. "He wanted to spend his holiday at home but was captured on Thursday by local Taliban and they hanged him in public," Mangal said.
A cyberattack targeting Talk Talk and the Post Office recently saw some of the two firms' customers briefly taken offline. Two hackers, allegedly behind a new IoT botnet, created from the strain of the infamous Mirai malware, have belatedly claimed responsibility for the attack. However, the hackers reportedly claim that the attack was accidental.
Denver Broncos defensive superstar Von Miller is feeling the holiday spirit, and the entire AFC West has him to thank. ProFootballTalk crunched the numbers, which worked out to roughly 300 bottles of wine in all. The wine itself was called "The Setting" and the label included some orange glasses.
In the great pantheon of Buffy episodes, it’s the big three, Hush, The Body and Once More with Feeling, that are generally always in the top three spots in some order. Masterfully orchestrated by Joss Whedon, the episode plays out with action, drama, pathos and humour. With some of the shows most memorable lines and some moments of true darkness, there’s not a beat missed in this exquisite, breathless end to one era of the show as Buffy sacrifices her life to save her sister.
Hackers stole 2 billion rubles (over $31m) from correspondent bank accounts at the Russian central bank in a cyberattack, the bank confirmed on Friday (2 November). According to central bank official Artem Sychev, the cybercriminals attempted to swipe around 5 billion rubles, the Wall Street Journal reports. "We can't say exactly when, but we can say today it was stolen," Ekaterina Glebova, an official at the bank's press office told The Wall Street Journal.
The H5N8 variant of bird flu, which also hit duck farmers in the Netherlands last month, is highly infectious for poultry but poses little danger to humans
The bodies of the 71 victims killed in a plane crash in Colombia that wiped out a Brazilian football team returned home, as mourners prepared a massive funeral.
The U.S. Transportation Department said on Friday it granted flying rights to Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA's Irish unit, setting the stage for a new battle among airlines for leisure travellers across the Atlantic. The order finalises a tentative ruling made by the department in April and comes shortly after the European Commission formally filed for arbitration over Norwegian's request, which had languished for three years. U.S. airlines and unions have said the subsidiary, Norwegian Air International, would undermine U.S. wages and working standards, claims Norwegian has dismissed.
Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi delivers a speech during a campaign meeting upon a referendum on constitutional reforms, on December 2, 2016 in Florence
Relatives of those aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 said on Saturday they were taking the search for the plane into their own hands to try to push governments to expand the search area along the east African coast. Flight MH370, carrying 239 passengers and crew, disappeared on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on March 8, 2014, sparking a search in the southern Indian Ocean that entered its 1,000 day on Saturday. Members of Voice 370, an MH370 next-of-kin support group, were speaking ahead of a trip to Madagascar, where they hoped to scour the country's beaches for debris. Spokeswoman Grace Subathirai Nathan said she hoped the trip would help spur the Malaysian, Chinese and Australian governments to collect debris along the continental coast where parts from the aircraft had been found.
The Turkish lira has fallen sharply against the US dollar in recent weeks
By Mitch Phillips MONACO (Reuters) - Looking back at his astonishing career on the night he was named Athlete of the Year for the sixth time, Usain Bolt said his only real regret was not taking his sport more seriously at an earlier age. "Maybe I would have been at four Olympics," the superstar Jamaican sprinter told reporters on Friday before being crowned IAAF male Athlete of the Year again on the back of his amazing Rio de Janeiro Games sprint triple-triple in August.