Sonic attacks in Cuba hit more diplomats than earlier reported, officials say

More than 10 US diplomats and family members received treatment after the months of harassing attacks, which began in mid-November 2016 and stopped this spring, said the US officials, who did not want to be identified because of the sensitive nature of the attacks and ongoing investigation.

‘Everyone Knows You’re A F***ing Nazi’: Protesters Clash In Quebec City

Quebec City police in riot gear clashed with protesters on Sunday as a counter demonstration that was organized in opposition to a planned right-wing event turned violent.

At least 461 now confirmed dead in Sierra Leone mudslide

Aug. 19 (UPI) -- At least 461 people are now confirmed dead in a mudslide this week in Sierra Leone, with the number of the dead expected to rise.

100 gas tanks: Extremists in Spain planned massive attack

A massive manhunt was underway Sunday across Spain for the driver of a van that slammed into a crowd of tourists in Barcelona last week as evidence emerged of an even more deadly terror plot.

Israel Minister: Preserving Ties With Trump Bigger Priority Than Denouncing Neo-Nazis

“ Due to the terrific relations with the U.S., we need to put the declarations about the Nazis in the proper proportion,” said Kara, who is a member of the Druze community, a non-Jewish minority in Israel.

Hong Kong protest: Thousands march for jailed activists – BBC News

Joshua Wong, Nathan Law and Alex Chow were initially given non-custodial sentences for their involvement in mass protests in 2014.

British boy among Barcelona attack dead – BBC News

A seven-year-old boy with dual British-Australian nationality was killed in the Barcelona terror attack, Catalan police have confirmed.

Relations with Turkey ‘can’t go on as before,’ says Germany

BERLIN — Germany issued a travel alert for Turkey on Thursday, citing “heightened danger” after the arrest of a German human rights campaigner in Istanbul and marking the latest in a string of incidents that have pushed tensions between Berlin and Ankara close to breaking point.

Poll: 1 in 3 UK Jews considered emigrating over anti-Semitism

In interviews with thousands of British Jews, almost a third of them said they have considered leaving the United Kingdom over the past two years due to anti-Semitism.

Sweden is raising its military budget and reintroducing the draft amid Russia fears

Swedish APCs are seen in Visby harbour, island of Gotland Thomson Reuters

Erdogan critic Dogan Akhanli arrested in Spain – BBC News

A German-Turkish writer who is a known critic of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been arrested in Spain.

A posse of Sydney drag queens have saved a man from being bashed by...

Ivan Flinn, 34, from Surry Hills, said that during the attack earlier this month he hoped someone would come to his rescue.

Call for Tuam Town Hall to remove memorial to Irish Confederate major

A GALWAY COUNCILLOR says he wants to see a memorial on Tuam Town Hall to an Irish confederate removed.

Spaniards determined not to blame Muslim community for Barcelona attacks

BARCELONA, Spain — A day after the deadly terror attack in this city, tens of thousands of locals and tourists flocked to the city center.

China propping up North Korea with continuous supply of oil

North Korea receiving constant oil supply as China refuses to go all in on isolating rogue state

Ireland’s tough lobbying rules spark cries for similar laws elsewhere

Two years after Ireland introduced some of the strictest laws in the world on lobbying transparency, the reforms are being held up as the gold standard for policymakers looking to shine a light on the often murky world of influence peddling.

Catholic Church and local authorities criticised for claiming child sex abuse victims ‘consented’ 

The Catholic Church and local authorities have been criticised after trying to claim child sex abuse victims "consented" in a bid to avoid compensation payouts.

Death toll climbs to over 400 in Sierra Leone floods

The death toll from devastating floods in Sierra Leone has climbed to more than 400 people with hundreds still missing in the stricken capital.