Southern United Kingdom suffers 4.4 magnitude earthquake, causing panic in tens of old people and cats.
The Russians Indicted Friday Can't Ever Travel To A Country Friendly With The US
Facebook VP says Russian meddling aimed to divide America and it's working 'incredibly well'
South Korean songs allowed to be played in public at Pyongyang event - North Korea has allowed songs from the South to be played in public for the first time in years, state media said Saturday, as a thaw in usually frosty ties gains momentum thanks to the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
Pope Francis has reactivated the lapsed sex abuse advisory commission and announced new members have been appointed, amid criticism over his handling of cases. Vatican said survivors of abuse had been included in the group.
Ex-CIA director: US meddles in foreign elections 'for a good cause'
94% of Canadians believe journalism is important to democracy & that policy should reflect protecting it.
IMF Warns Trump's Tax Overhaul Could Fuel a Global ‘Race to the Bottom’
Russian opposition leader hits out at Instagram for removing photos of Kremlin leader on yacht ‘with escorts’
Putin Personally Ordered Crimea Annexation, Ex-Duma Deputy Testifies
Rightwing groups plot to ditch EU safety standards on food and drugs. ‘Ideal’ UK-US trade deal would see banned products sold in post-Brexit Britain, says accidentally released memo.
Too hot for turtle guys: Great Barrier Reef is dangerously warm for male green sea turtles - Because of warming climates, green sea turtles at the Great Barrier Reef are having female babies almost exclusively. This could lead to the end of the entire species.
Painkiller that once cost $138 is now $2,979
Oxfam was told of aid workers raping and sexually exploiting children in Haiti a decade ago
An “exceptionally dangerous” teenage rapist who bludgeoned a woman with a paving slab and left her for dead in an act of “animalistic savagery” has been locked up for life.
British Billionaire Richard Branson Admits He Is ‘Jealous’ Of Falcon Heavy Launch And Wants To ‘Upstage’ Elon Musk
Kangaroo strikes back against hunter with headbutt that breaks his jaw
Real-life 'Three Billboards' in Malta, about assassinated journalist, taken down during the night.
A "lost" Mexican city built by rivals to Aztecs has as many buildings as Manhattan and was home to around 100,000 people...sprawling urban centre of Angamuco was part of Purépecha empire that peaked in 16th century was detected by aerial laser mapping technique called Lidar system.
Dutch cow poo overload causes an environmental stink - Dairy farms in the Netherlands are producing so much dung they can’t get rid of it safely. Now the World Wide Fund for Nature is calling for a 40% cut in herd numbers to protect the environment
Mueller flips American who unwittingly sold bank info to Russian trolls
Court in Pakistan sentences man to death for raping and murdering 7 year/old Zainab Ansari.
Facebook has been told by a Belgium court to delete all the data it had gathered on Belgians who did not use Facebook by placing tracking code - known as cookies - on third-party websites
A Carnival cruise in the South Pacific descended into violent anarchy as security guards brawled with vacationers in a bare-knuckles melee
U.S. sounds alarm over PESCO, the EU framework for deeper defence cooperation - The U.S. has warned the EU not to "fence off" the American military–industrial complex when acquiring military equipment to bolster Europe's military strength
Sweden has granted citizenship to a Stockholm-based scientist Ahmadreza Djalali, being held in Iran under sentence of death. Convicted of espionage, seventy-five Nobel prize laureates petitioned Iran last year to release Djalali.
1,000-year-old oak on Offa's Dyke in Welshpool falls
Russians charged over election tampering
Fire burns Tibetans most holy site Jokhang Monastery in Lhasa,
The tactics of a Russian troll farm
Irish Government committee is talking to unionists to prepare for a possible United Ireland
Poland's Premier: There were Polish perpetrators in the Holocaust just as there were Jewish ones - Israel News
NBC News publishes database of 200,000 deleted tweets by paid Russian agents
Anger at Google image search 'peace deal'
Tremors felt across parts of UK
Hiding in plain sight: Russia's private mercenaries and the lengths Moscow goes to deny them
Meet the 13 Russians charged in Mueller probe
Kurdish doctors report suspected Turkish gas attack on Syria’s Afrin
China Flooded U.S. With Solar Panels Before Trump's Tariffs - Chinese suppliers flooded the U.S. solar market with panels at the end of last year, as customers sought to avoid paying President Donald Trump’s 30 percent import tariff.
Facebook will need to re-register consent from all its users in Europe under the EU's new "ePrivacy law". The law applies to all tech companies that do business in Europe, but Facebook will be especially affected because its business consists entirely of user data.