Scientists make accidental breakthrough that could lead to drought-proof crops
Maksym Shapoval, a colonel in the chief intelligence directorate of Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense, was blown up in a car-bomb explosion at 8:14 a.m. on June 27 in Kyiv.
YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan — Thousands of people lined the streets of Yokosuka Tuesday to pay their respects to the seven USS Fitzgerald sailors who died after the destroyer collided with a cargo ship off the coast of Japan on June 17.
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Sea level rise is real, and it’s getting worse.
Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin has been voted the most “outstanding” figure in Russia’s history, beating the country’s most beloved poet, Alexander Pushkin, and current Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
A Sikh couple have claimed they were not allowed to adopt a white child due to their “cultural heritage”.
On Monday, the White House said that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad may be planning to carry out another chemical weapons attack in the country, adding that the regime will "pay a heavy price" if it follows through. The Trump Adminsitration wants the Syrian Regime and ISIS fighters to pay the heaviest price for prolonging the Syrian civil war.
A 32-year-old woman charged with uttering death threats while allegedly armed with a knife at a Toronto store before pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group earlier this month told a courtroom Monday that she would attempt to do it “again and again” if released.
DLA Piper, a global law firm with offices in the UK, and Merck, a Netherlands-based pharmaceutical company, have both confirmed that they have been hit by the Petya ransomware.