Three Israelis have been stabbed to death in a settlement in the occupied West Bank, Israeli officials say.
Despite America’s temporary lack of leadership on the climate crisis, there is a good chance that a prolonged catastrophe can be avoided.
BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese telecoms carrier said it had begun closing virtual private networks (VPNs) and other tools that can bypass the so-called Great Firewall, which state authorities use to filter and block traffic between Chinese and overseas servers.
M assive demonstrations in Polish streets continued this week as thousands of people gathered Thursday night in more than 70 cities around the country.
WASHINGTON: The US has decided against disbursement of $350 million in coalition support fund to Pakistan+ after defence secretary James Mattis informed Congress that he was not able to certify that Islamabad has taken "sufficient actions" against the dreaded Haqqani network, a top official said on Friday.
A young girl has been fined £150 after she set up a lemonade stall for people arriving at Lovebox.
The excavated reservoir is quite large.
The Government has approved licences for arms deals to two-thirds of the countries on its own list of human rights abusers, a campaign group has said.
Iceland has become the first country in the world to give its citizens full control over their medical records – with financial data next on the list.
Recently, Times of India revealed that PM Narendra Modi influenced Angela Merkel to introduce global terror theme at G-20 summit so that she can take serious steps in confronting terrorism in South-East Asia.
Germany’s flagship manufacturing firm Siemens has suspended cooperation with Russian state companies following reports that its electricity turbines were delivered to Crimea, in violation of European Union sanctions.
The scene at the swim-up bar at the Mexican resort where Abbey Conner was pulled listless from the pool in January was full of young tourists last month when an attorney hired by Conner’s family showed up.
French President Emmanuel Macron responded with what was largely considered a troll: a short address in which he invites scientists and entrepreneurs to move to France and "make our planet great again."
In a historic move the Vietnamese government has agreed a plan with Animals Asia to finally end bear bile farming in the country.
Some of President Trump’s lawyers are exploring ways to limit or undercut special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s Russia investigation, building a case against what they allege are his conflicts of interest and discussing the president’s authority to grant pardons, according to people familiar with the effort.
The family home of prominent opposition journalist Yulia Latynina was attacked by unidentified men on Tuesday night, Latynina has said.
AIDS treatment wins as deaths almost halve since 2005, United Nations report shows
South Korean President Moon Jae-in is seeking a deal with North Korea in 2020 to bring about the "complete denuclearization" of the isolated nation in return for a peace treaty that would guarantee the survival of Kim Jong Un’s regime.