China says shutdown shows U.S. democracy chaotic and chronically flawed
Jared Kushner’s Firm Tied to “Suspicious Transactions” at German Bank: Deutsche Bank notified German regulators, and Robert Mueller will likely be given the reports
The German government said on Friday that it would "immediately" stop approving arms exports to anyone participating in the war in Yemen including Saudi Arabia, a major buyer of German weapons.
Iraq sentences German woman to death by hanging for joining Isis.
Three U.S Citizens executed by Mexican Marines
Scientists Just Got Closer to Speaking Dolphin
The World Bank is no longer supporting the oil and gas industries.
Tens of thousands march in Berlin for greener agricultural industry: Around 33,000 people and 100 tractors took part in the march through the capital. Protesters' demands included banning a controversial weed killer and redirecting European subsidies to ethical farmers
World’s top 1% earn 82% of wealth generated in 2017, says Oxfam
Deliveroo riders go on strike in Belgium and Netherlands, after company plans to treat all workers as self-employed
Drug violence blamed for Mexico's record 29,168 murders in 2017, the highest annual tally in decades, official figures show.
Final Phase of MDMA Assisted Psycotherapy Trials to Kick Off in Vancouver
Christian man was publicly beaten with rattan stick at least 36 times in Indonesia for allegedly selling alcohol, which is considered violation of Islamic Sharia law. Jono Simbolon was whipped in front of large cheering crowd, making him third non-Muslim in country to suffer public flogging.
Turkey starts ground incursion into Kurdish-controlled Afrin in Syria | World news
Pentagon Document Confirms Existence of Russian Doomsday Torpedo
Bill Introduced to Make South Korean Officials Declare Their Cryptocurrency Investments
'We loot or we die of hunger': food shortages fuel unrest in Venezuela - As the country’s economic problems mount, towns and cities have been hit by an outbreak of looting and violence
Montreal abolishes controversial traffic-ticket quota for police officers: The city government has confirmed that managing officers would receive bonuses tied to lower-level cops reaching ticketing targets.
Support grows for India in solar tiff with US: The European Union, Canada, Brazil, China, and Japan were among those who supported India on Friday in the solar panel dispute with the US at the World Trade Organization (WTO).
The 20-plus years of criminal trials involving members of the now-defunct doomsday cult Aum Shinrikyo came to a close Friday as the Supreme Court upheld the life sentence of Katsuya Takahashi, who was convicted of murder in the 1995 sarin attack on the Tokyo subway system.
US Congress asks if Russian money funded Trump golf courses: ‘Enormous amounts of capital’ flowed into UK and Ireland projects, analyst tells inquiry
Water-based air conditioner cools without harmful chemicals - Futurity
New Zealand becomes the 11th country to achieve orbit, Rocket Labs successfully launches three satellites.
US military considering additional 1000 troops for Afghanistan: report
Saudi Arabia Continues To Go Unpunished About Yemen
Norwegian troops battle Taliban gunman in siege at luxury Kabul hotel
Protest held outside US embassy in Jordan against Pence visit
Home Office faces inquiry over police storing 20m mugshots including images of innocent people: ‘The police can store these facial images without any proper consideration of them, which raises fundamental and significant civil liberty issues’.
Beijing’s population has dropped for the first time since 2000 as migrant workers are driven out amid a campaign to ease the strain on the sprawling, overcrowded capital city.
Turkey Attacks Kurds in Syria as U.S. Warnings Ignored
Suicides in Japan decline for 8th-straight year amid a stronger economy and improvements in counseling programs
Crocodile found in Russian weapons raid in St Petersburg
Democrats Asked 16 Times In 24 Hours To End The Trump Shutdown And Republicans Said No
Mexico senator quits party to join leftist presidential frontrunner
Bahraini police said they had arrested 47 people on charges linked to terrorism, including plots to assassinate "public figures", as well as filing charges against another 290. Authorities have cracked down hard on dissent since mass street protests in 2011
Nigel Farage gave Julian Assange data on USB stick, US congressional enquiry hears
Iran’s supreme leader has ordered the Revolutionary Guard to loosen its hold on the economy, the country’s defense minister says, raising the possibility that the paramilitary organization might privatize some of its vast holdings
Kushner was China’s compliant "lucky charm" and met with a Chinese ambassador alone, former U.S. officials say
Lebanon bans Daniel Radcliffe movie
Fourteen foreigners, four Afghans killed in Intercontinental Hotel attack in Kabul
"Western asians" im assuming
Six hurt after being sprayed with 'noxious substance' at Westfield in Stratford