Two prison guards at Manhattan’s MCC prison facility where Jeffrey Epstein was kept and who were on duty on the night of Epstein’s death have … Read more
Amnesty International, citing “credible reports,” says it believes at least 106 people have been killed during protests in Iran over government-set gasoline prices rising.
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Prince Andrew has been dealt a major blow after KPMG, a sponsor of his flagship charitable project cut ties with the the royal amid scrutiny … Read more
Swedish prosecutors to discontinue alleged rape investigations against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange
The alleged rape investigation involving WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is currently in prison in Britain, has been discontinued, a Swedish prosecutor has said.
“I … Read more
North Korea said on Monday it was not interested in meaningless talks with the United States just so President Donald Trump had something to boast … Read more
Powerful winds fanned the smoke from fires that have been burning across New South Wales and Queensland states for several days, and pushed smoke south … Read more
Users are reporting major Facebook outages, with a concentration of the lost services focused in the northeastern United States, alongside outages reported in the UK … Read more
Israel’s settlements in West Bank not to be considered in violation of international law – US Pompeo
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Monday that the U.S. will not consider Israeli settlements in the West Bank a violation of international law, putting … Read more
Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guards warned anti-government protesters of “decisive” action if unrest over gasoline price hikes do not cease, state media said, in a hint … Read more
Lebanon is like a sinking ship that will go under unless action is taken, Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri was quoted as saying on Monday, referring … Read more
China’s first aircraft carrier sails through Taiwan Strait in what is considered as ‘intimidatory’ move
China’s first domestically-built aircraft carrier is on its way to the South China Sea for tests and to take part in exercises, the Chinese navy … Read more
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko maintained his hold on power after results published early on Monday (18 November) showed not a single opposition candidate had won … Read more
Queen didn’t approve Prince Andrew’s insensitive interview – Prince Charles urged to consider downgrading brother
The Queen did not give her approval for the Duke of York’s Newsnight interview about his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein, The Telegraph reports. However, CNN… Read more
About nine people were shot and “several” killed after gunmen sneaked into the backyard of a home in Fresno, Calif., during a family gathering and … Read more
Protesters set fire to the entrance of Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University early Monday in a last ditch attempt to stop riot police from entering, as … Read more
Fresh violence erupted around a besieged Hong Kong university campus on Sunday morning, as protesters braced for a possible final police push to clear them … Read more
Former Lebanese finance minister Mohammad Safadi withdrew his candidacy to be the next prime minister on Saturday, saying that he saw that it would have … Read more
ISIS in Libya pledged allegiance to the new leader of the terrorist group Abu Ibrahim Al-Hashemi Al-Qurashi after the killing of the ringleader Abu Bakr … Read more
Rising temperatures, lightning strikes and gusty winds further raised fire danger on both coasts of Australia on Sunday as the country already battles more than … Read more
At least 200,000 people have protested against the Czech government in the capital, Prague on the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution.
Demonstrators are calling … Read more
St Mark’s Square began welcoming back tourists on Saturday, a day after exceptionally high tidal waters forced its closure.
The city remains on high alert … Read more
The Duke of York has said he “let the side down” by staying at the home of convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, adding it was … Read more
French “yellow vest” protesters began a series of nationwide demonstrations on Saturday in a bid to show the government they can still muster support on … Read more
U.K. police said Saturday they are assessing two allegations of electoral fraud, following accusations the Conservative party offered key Brexit Party members seats in the … Read more