Officials struggle to convince Trump that Russia remains a threat

"I just heard today for the first time that Obama knew about Russia a long time before the election, and he did nothing about it," Trump told Fox News in an interview that aired Sunday.

Migrant crisis: Italy threatens to shut ports – BBC News

Italy has threatened to stop vessels of other countries from disembarking migrants at its ports.

Turkey jails more journalists than any other nation. Those in detention are all terrorists,...

His work as a journalist aside, he eventually concluded, the state’s proof rested on a single assertion.

Every Single Building Tested After Grenfell Tower Has Failed Cladding Safety Checks

Every single high-rise building tested – 120 in total – since the Grenfell Tower disaster has failed a fire safety check on its cladding, Theresa May has confirmed.

Boaty McBoatface obtains ‘unprecedented data’ from its first voyage

A yellow submarine dubbed Boaty McBoatface has obtained "unprecedented data" from its first voyage exploring one of the deepest and coldest ocean regions on Earth, say scientists.

17 bodies of civilians recovered in Marawi

Seventeen bodies believed to be civilians killed by the ISIS-linked Maute terror group were found during retrieval operations in war-torn Marawi City on Wednesday, the military said.

Trump moves to withdraw US water protection | DW Environment | DW | 28.06.2017

The Trump administration has announced plans to rescind the clean water regulation in a move that environmentalists are saying "defies common sense."

FBI visits employees of Russia-linked cyber-security firm Kaspersky Lab

FBI agents on Tuesday paid visits to at least a dozen employees of Kaspersky Lab, a Russia-based cyber-security company, asking questions about that company’s operations as part of a counter-intelligence inquiry, multiple sources familiar with the matter told NBC News.

Amazon removes controversial bestseller about Palestinian history

Amazon has removed "A History of the Palestinian People: From Ancient Times to the Modern Era," a book penned by Israeli author, publicist and editor Assaf A. Voll which inspired a heated debate and became a huge Internet sensation two weeks ago.

A BBC investigation found fecal bacteria in iced drinks from Starbucks and 2 other...

Starbucks said it took hygiene "extremely seriously."

In Unprecedented Loss, Endangered Whales Die of Mysterious Cause

Although they seemed otherwise healthy, the North American right whales were all recently found dead in the Gulf of St. Lawrence in Canada.

Sniper who killed ISIS jihadi with record shot should be “celebrated,” says Trudeau

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Tuesday praised a special forces sniper who set a record-setting shot last month, killing an Islamic State militant group (ISIS) fighter from over two miles away.

U.S. amassing spy planes off Syria, aircraft carrier to arrive in Israel

The U.S. is amassing intelligence gathering aircraft off Syria, as tensions rise after the White House and Pentagon accused President Bashar Assad of planning another chemical attack.

Japan budget carrier Vanilla Air forces wheelchair-bound man to crawl onto plane

TOKYO (AFP) - A Japanese budget airline apologised on Wednesday (June 28) for forcing a wheelchair-bound man to crawl up a set of stairs to board his flight.

Six charged over deaths of 96 people in Hillsborough Disaster

Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield, former chief constable Sir Norman Bettison and four other individuals have been charged with offences relating to the Hillsborough disaster, the Crown Prosecution Service has said.

True Grenfell Tower death toll may have been covered up to stop riots, Labour...

The true number of people who died in the Grenfell Tower fire may have been suppressed by officials desperate to avoid riots in the streets, a Labour MP has suggested.

Decision by Europe’s top court alarms vaccine experts

Did the European Union’s highest court just deal a blow to science?

Ople Center seeks probe into the ‘suicide’ of an OFW in Saudi Arabia

MANILA – A Filipino maid who had been working in Saudi Arabia just for two weeks has died in what her employer called a suicide, but her family is not convinced, and a migrant support center has called for an investigation.