Seven sailors missing from USS Fitzgerald collision found dead | US Military Weekly

The seven U.S. sailors who were unaccounted for after the USS Fitzgerald, a Navy destroyer collided with a cargo ship off the coast of Japan on Saturday have been found dead.

Memo says Trump pressed NSA chief to absolve him

President Donald Trump pressures agency chief Admiral Mike Rogers to state publicly that there is no evidence of collusion between his campaign and Russia, say reports.

European Parliament Committee Recommends End-To-End Encryption For All Electronic Communications

The draft recommends a regulation that will enforce end-to-end encryption on all communications to protect European Union citizens’ fundamental privacy rights.

‘Cowardly terrorist attack’: 3 women killed in shopping mall blast in Bogota, Colombia

Bogota Mayor Enrique Peñalosa has tweeted that three women were killed in the “bomb” blast, and one more remains in serious condition.

FactCheck: Did the government really save €500 million due to reported welfare fraud last...

IN LATE APRIL, then Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar launched a new campaign entitled ‘Welfare Cheats Cheat Us All’ encouraging the reporting of welfare benefit fraud by the public.

Global inequality is even worse than we thought – here’s why

The gap between rich and poor across the globe is even wider than we currently think, according to a new analysis.

Saudi guards fire on Iranian boat, killing fisherman – report

"Two Iranian boats that were fishing in the waters of the Persian Gulf were pushed off their course by waves.

Norway to ban use of heating oil in buildings

Norway will be the first country in the world to prohibit the use of fossil-based oil to heat buildings.

Manufacturer issued warning over panels reportedly used on London tower

The manufacturer of the panels used to clad the London tower block where at least 30 people died in a fire this week advised customers against using its polyethylene-cored tiles — the ones reportedly used at Grenfell Tower — in high-rise buildings.

WATCH: Five Guardsmen faint in heat at Trooping the Colour ceremony –

As the band marched towards his position, the guardsman in the second row collapsed to his knees before landing face down with his hands to his side.

Seven sailors missing after U.S. Navy destroyer collides with container ship off Japan

The Fitzgerald, an Aegis guided missile destroyer, collided with the merchant vessel some 56 nautical miles southwest of Yokosuka, the Navy said.

Saudi Arabia and Israel holding talks to establish diplomatic ties: report

Saudi Arabia and Israel are holding talks to establish diplomatic ties, the Times reported on Saturday.

Israel, Saudi Arabia are reportedly negotiating economic ties

Saudi Arabia and Israel are negotiating the establishment of economic ties, The Times reported on Saturday. 

EU to force Facebook and Google to give police data under terrorism proposals

The European Union wants to give police new powers to obtain information from internet companies including Facebook and Google as part of new measures to fight terrorism. 

FARC has delivered 60% of weapons: UN

Colombia’s formerly largest guerrilla group, the FARC, has delivered 60% of its 7,000 demobilized guerrillas’ arms, the United Nations said Friday.

Man jailed after posting pictures of Grenfell Tower body on social media

A man has been jailed after he admitted to posting pictures of a Grenfell Tower victim on social media.

Troop plan for Afghanistan seeks to regain battlefield edge

FILE - In this April 17, 2017, file photo, U.S. forces and Afghan security police are seen in Asad Khil near the site of a U.S. bombing in the Achin district of Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan.

Hawaii Proposes Universal Basic Income Bill

Hawaii, the U.S. sunny tropical paradise of a state may have been the last to join the union but it could be the first in the nation to provide financial security for its residents.