WHO cancels Mugabe ambassador role
Russian jail frees Vladimir Putin opponent Alexei Navalny
Czech President holds up machine gun marked 'for journalists' during press conference
More than 1.1 billion people worldwide officially don't exist, going about their daily lives without proof of identity. The issue leaves a significant fraction of the global population deprived of health and education services.
Man with sawn-off shotgun takes hostages at Nuneaton bowling alley, families stuck in cinema; area on lockdown
Russian Singer Swept Up In Chechnya’s Anti-Gay Purge Reportedly Murdered
‘Trump is talking nonsense about issues he doesn’t understand’: UK officials bash false crime tweet
Japan's Abe claims landslide with tough North Korea policy
New Zealand's new prime minister called capitalism a "blatant failure", before citing levels of homelessness and low wages as evidence that "the market has failed" her country's poor.
New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern left Mormon church to support LGBT rights
Tesla has reached a deal to build a factory in China
Tens of thousands of people across Japan were advised to evacuate, hundreds of flights were cancelled and train services disrupted on election day on Sunday as a typhoon roared towards the coast, bringing heavy rain and strong winds.
Scot given three-month jail sentence for touching Dubai man's hip
African rhino injures poacher in rare reversal of fortunes - The incident happened in Etosha National Park after suspect Luteni Muharukua and other alleged poachers illegally entered the wildlife area in hopes of killing rhinos for their horns, The Namibian newspaper reported last week.
Catalonia 'will not accept' Spain plan
French pastries, like croissants and pains au chocolat, along with their core ingredient – butter - have taken the world by storm to the point that France is now experiencing a shortage of the dairy product, leaving bakers and consumers worried.
Victim of Chechnya'??s anti-LGBT purge seeks justice
Indonesia said its military chief had been refused entry to the United States and asked for an explanation. General Gatot Nurmantyo was due to attend a conference at the request of General Joseph F. Dunford, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, but he was unable to board his flight in Jakarta
Minister calls for 'almost every' British Islamic State fighter to be killed
British government leads barrage of criticism after World Health Organisation names Robert Mugabe a 'goodwill ambassador' - ‘Given Mugabe’s appalling human rights record, calling him a goodwill ambassador for anything embarrasses WHO’
Former President Jimmy Carter volunteers to help solve tensions with North Korea
Germany's entire submarine fleet is now out of action
Venezuela Maduro warns of repeat elections in states won by opposition
Systematic doping of Chinese athletes in Olympic Games revealed by former doctor: A former doctor has revealed the massive extent of doping of Chinese Olympic athletes during the 1980s and 1990s. The whistleblower has claimed more than 10,000 athletes were doped in the state-backed program
Spanish FM claim photos of violence in Catalonia are fake
Italy's 2 richest regions seek more autonomy from Rome - Voters in the wealthy northern Italian regions of Lombardy and Veneto are heading to the polls to decide if they want to seek greater autonomy from Rome, riding a tide of self-determination that is sweeping global politics.
Malta offers $1.18M to discover who killed reporter Daphne Caruana Galizia
Rohingya crisis: Nearly 340,000 children ‘outcast and desperate’ in squalid Bangladesh camps, Unicef warns
Russia accused of supplying Taliban as power shifts create strange bedfellows
Declassified Files Lay Bare U.S. Knowledge Of Mass Murders In Indonesia
Go home, Tillerson tells Iranian-backed militias in Iraq
UK orders shutdown of online casino games aimed at kids.
'Impossible To Save': Scientists Are Watching China's Glaciers Disappear
Spanish Chef Has Served Nearly 1.5 Million Meals To Hungry Puerto Ricans, Surpassing the American Red Cross’s Efforts
The Russia Investigations: Interference Impacted Real Life; Senators Propose New Law
Yemeni Journalist Denied Entry to US to Receive Award
At Least 55 Egyptian Policemen Killed in Shootout With Militants
New research on ancient Egypt provides useful lessons for the urgency of today's unfolding environmental catastrophe: Climate change strained the Ptolemaic dynasty of Egypt, causing a chain reaction of drought, famine, instability and conflict which ultimately collapsed the kingdom.
Briton jailed for three months in Dubai for touching a man's hip
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter says would travel to North Korea
"Western asians" im assuming
Six hurt after being sprayed with 'noxious substance' at Westfield in Stratford