Plutomail Homepage (on ipage)
(You are here)
Welcome to the Plutomail website.
Aleppo battle: Syria rebels call for truce to evacuate civilians
Syrian rebels call for truce to allow civilian evacuations after withdrawing from Aleppo's old city.
Italy's Renzi to hand in resignation amid political turmoil
Italy's PM confirms he will resign later on Wednesday, after the Senate passes the 2017 budget.
Donald Trump is Time magazine's Person of the Year
US President-elect Donald Trump is named Time magazine's Person of the Year for 2016.
Pakistan International Airways crash 'leaves no survivors'
There are no survivors as a Pakistan Airlines plane with 48 people on board crashes in the north.
Mexican party invitation goes viral, attracting 1.2 million
More than a million people say they will attend a Mexican girl's party after the invitation goes viral.
New Zealander says passport photo rejection 'not racist'
New Zealand man of Asian origin has "no hard feelings" after passport system said eyes were closed.
South Sudan 'deports critical reporter'
A correspondent working in South Sudan says he has been deported for being too critical of the government.
India doctor to operate on '500kg' Egyptian woman
An Egyptian woman, said to weigh 500kg, is to be airlifted to India for weight reduction surgery.
Deadly quake wrecks homes in Aceh
An earthquake off Indonesia's northern Aceh province kills at least 97, say military officials.
Australian court approves intersex child's surgery
A five-year-old child born genetically male will grow up as a sterilised female after a court ruling.
Amy Schumer's message to body shamers: I am strong and proud of how I live my life
The 35-year-old has faced criticism after it was announced she'll play Barbie in an upcoming film.
Pearl Harbour anniversary: Survivor, 104, honours the dead
One of the oldest survivors of the Pearl Harbor attack will return to mark its 75th anniversary.
Syria rebels 'withdraw from Old City' of Aleppo
Syrian rebels have left the last areas they held in Aleppo's old city, while calling for a five-day truce to allow the evacuation of civilians
The journalists risking their lives to film in Aleppo
The journalists who risk their lives documenting Aleppo speak of the difficult choices they have to make.
Siberia sky lit up by meteor
People in west Siberia have captured footage of what is believed to be a small meteorite.
China shuts down thousands of live stream accounts
Chinese authorities order thousands of accounts on popular live streaming apps and sites to shut down.
This Christmas, buy nothing
A radical solution to Xmas overspending, from blogger Emily Hedlund.
100 Women 2016: Birthday cakes and candles for retired Russian cows
One Woman's quest to rescue Russia's aging cows.
Yemen's war leaves children on the brink of famine
Yemen's war leaves children on the brink of famine
First photos from Cassini Saturn probe's new orbit
The Cassini spacecraft has sent back the first views from its new orbit around Saturn.
Sri Lanka 'scrap material' Christmas tree abandoned after Church complaint
Work on a giant "scrap material" Christmas tree in Sri Lanka is abandoned after Church objections.
Automatic golf carts for Japanese elderly
Electric vehicles are provided to allow residents to keep their mobility.
Row over table manners training for Tbilisi officials
Georgians unimpressed by dress code and table manners training for city officials.
Kremlin to sell own-brand dairy products online
Russian government says the "Kremlin Quality" range will launch in 2017.
Air Force $
Military gear, special shielding and its own defence systems - Air Force One is two of a kind.
Ukraine's defence contracts are cloaked in secrecy and reformers complain of corruption, David Stern reports.
Person of the year quiz
The Magazine's weekly quiz of the news, 7 days 7 questions.
For a second day, Paris is cutting car numbers according to odd or even licence plates. Do such schemes work?
Smoke and mirrors
Research has cast doubt on a UN-backed project to reduce pollution-induced illness in the world's poorest children by providing 100 million homes with a smoke-free stove.
Trolls and triumph
Politics and social media has collided under President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines.
The hot topic of conversation in India's Bangalore city these days is the unending traffic jams.
Hunger and disease stalk Yemenis with no end in sight as the war grinds on, writes Fergal Keane.
Back with a bang
Dancehall star Sean Paul on topping the charts, becoming a father and living next door to Usain Bolt.
'I've grown so much as a person'
Celebrity Bake and Great British Bake-Off Winner Nadiya Hussain talks to the BBC 100 Women season about writing, parenting and her identity as a British Muslim.
?Man up!? Saying no to period leave
Churan Zheng, an events organiser in China, told the BBC all women should be offered menstrual leave, but some readers disagreed.
BBC 100 Women 2016: Who are our forgotten women? Join our edit-a-thon
BBC's 100 Women is holding an international edit-a-thon to increase female biographies on Wikipedia - tell us who you want to add.
Both ?too big? and ?too small?
Iskra Lawrence never fitted into a fashion industry box... so she decided to use social media to create her own.
Reading Weather Forecast, United Kingdom
Terms and Conditions