Spanish Chef Has Served Nearly 1.5 Million Meals To Hungry Puerto Ricans, Surpassing the...

José Andrés, the well-known Spanish chef, and his charity celebrated serving one million meals to those left hungry by the storm.

Indian Air Force wants out of fighter program with Russia

Senior IAF leadership recently expressed apprehension to the Ministry of Defence, claiming the proposed FGFA program with Russia does not meet desired requirements like U.S. F-35 fighter type capabilities, disclosed a senior IAF official.

Driven by unrest and violence, Venezuelans are fleeing their country by the thousands

As Ana Linares ambled around Lima’s sprawling and historic Plaza San Martin, holding aloft a tray of pastries, her shouts pierced the rush hour traffic roar: “Donuts, fresh donuts!!” She earns about $15 a day — more than she made in a month in her native Venezuela.

Police: Stabbings at Polish shopping mall not terror attack

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A man with a knife stabbed people Friday at a shopping mall in southeastern Poland, killing one person and injuring nine others, police said, ruling out terror or political motives for the attack.

Thousands rally for gay marriage before Australian postal vote closes

SYDNEY - (Reuters) - Thousands of people rallied around Australia on Saturday urging the legalization of same-sex marriage, one week before final ballots can be submitted in a contentious postal survey on the issue that has divided the country.

Choice of Mugabe as goodwill WHO envoy shocks, baffles

GENEVA (Reuters) - The appointment of Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe as a goodwill ambassador of the World Health Organization (WHO) has been denounced by human rights groups.

Israel strikes Syrian targets in retaliation to errant rocket fire

Israel has struck three Syrian artilerry cannons on Saturday in response to errant rocket fire that landed in the Israeli Golan Heights earlier in the day.

Munich cops knifeman who left five injured at underground station

MUNICH cops have arrested a "volatile" suspect accused of stabbing at least FIVE passers-by in a frenzied attack near an underground station in the German city.

Climate change agreement signed between California and Armenia

This week, Armenian Deputy Prime Minister Vache Gabrielyan signed the Under 2 Environmental and Green Energy Climate Accord between Armenia and California, joining a coalition of two dozen other governments around the world that work to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions to combat climate change.

This is what the British public really think of Brexit, according to new poll

The British public have delivered a damning verdict on the Government’s Brexit strategy after a new poll revealed a huge majority think negotiations with Brussels are going badly.

Brazil arrests 108 in paedophile raid

Police in Brazil say they have arrested 108 people in the biggest operation ever against paedophiles in Latin America.

Typhoon Lan Poses a $35 Billion Threat to Japan in Worst Case

Typhoon Lan, which is forecast to strike near Tokyo early Monday morning, may cause an estimated $25 billion to $35 billion in damage, said Chuck Watson, a disaster modeler with Enki Research in Georgia.

At least 35 Egyptian police officers killed in shootout in Giza

Security sources say at least 35 police officers killed in shoot-out with suspected militants in Giza, southwest Cairo according to AFP.

63 Dead After Suicide Bombers Attack Mosques in Kabul, Afghanistan

(KABUL, Afghanistan) — Suicide bombers struck two mosques in Afghanistan during Friday prayers, a Shiite mosque in Kabul and a Sunni mosque in western Ghor province, killing at least 63 people at the end of a particularly deadly week for the troubled nation.

96-year-old ex-Nazi guard charged in Germany

BERLIN -- A former guard at the Majdanek death camp in Nazi-occupied Poland has been charged in Germany with being an accessory to murder for allegedly serving there during a period when at least 17,000 Jews were killed, Frankfurt prosecutors said Friday.

An 80-Foot Steel Kraken Will Create an Artificial Coral Reef Near the British Virgin...

The former Navy fuel barge and its monstrous passenger were placed underwater in order to jumpstart a new coral ecosystem, while also serving as a cutting-edge education center for marine researchers and local students from the surrounding British Virgin Islands.

A Suspected Network Of 13,000 Twitter Bots Pumped Out Pro-Brexit Messages In The Run-Up...

Researchers have uncovered new evidence of networks of thousands of suspect Twitter bots working to influence the Brexit debate in the run-up to the EU referendum.

If Kim Jong-un dies, don’t ask me about it, says CIA chief

The US Central Intelligence Agency thinks that North Korea’s Kim Jong-un is a rational actor who is focused on staying in power and “waking up in his own bed” each day.