Monday, September 21, 2015



Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton slammed President Donald Trump's dangerous and short-sighted war of words with North

Spain threatens separatists as deadline looms

Spain said Wednesday it would take the unprecedented step of seeking to suspend Catalonia's autonomy if the region's

Britain and EU clash over Brexit

The British and EU Brexit negotiators clashed over a claim by London that Brussels is holding up divorce

Final vote set for France's anti-terror law

France's parliament is set to pass a new controversial anti-terror law on Wednesday pushed by President Emmanuel Macron

Madagascar plague death toll rises to 74

An outbreak of highly contagious plague has claimed 74 lives in Madagascar over the past two months with

George Saunders wins 2017 Man Booker prize

American author George Saunders has won the 2017 Man Booker Prize, a high-profile literary award,

Kenya election official quits before poll

A senior member of Kenya's electoral commission (IEBC) has resigned, saying the country is

Venezuela faces more isolation and sanctions after vote

United States condemned closely watched regional elections in Venezuela as neither free nor fair Monday, as European countries

'Obamacare is dead'

President Donald Trump declared that his predecessor Barack Obama's signature reform and expansion of the US health insurance

Storm Ophelia kills three, thousands without power

Ireland was hit by an "unprecedented storm" that left three people dead, 120,000 homes and businesses without power

Anti-Semitism will not be tolerated: Kurz

Austrian election winner Sebastian Kurz says he will demand a clear stance against anti-Semitism from potential coalition partners

Panama Papers scribe killed in Malta car bomb

A journalist who led the Panama Papers probe into corruption in Malta was killed on

France to impose instant fines for street harassment of women

A new law banning cat-calling and harassment of women

Indian origin teenager becomes UK's youngest millionaire

Florida declares emergency over white supremacist event

Governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency

At least 20 killed in communal violence in central Nigeria

Nigeria's president demanded late Monday that police and the

3 killed, 360,000 without power as freak storm hits Ireland

Ireland was hit by what officials called an

Anti-corruption blogger killed by bomb in Malta

Daphne Caruana Galizia, Malta's best-known investigative journalist, was

Wildfires kill at least 36 in Portugal, Spain

At least 36 people

US urges calm as Kirkuk crisis escalates

The US has called for "calm" after Iraqi

Catalonia fails to clarify independence bid

The president of the autonomous Spanish region of Catalonia has failed to clarify whether he has declared independence,

Theresa May to dine with EU chiefs

Theresa May is to travel to Brussels later for a dinner with EU leaders in a bid to

30 killed as wildfires rage in Portugal and Spain

At least 27 people have died in fires which have ravaged forests in northern and central Portugal over

Somalia blast death toll rises to 300

At least 300 people have been killed and 300 injured by a massive truck bomb that tore through

Migrant vessel sinks off Haiti, 40 missing

About 40 people are missing after a migrant vessel sunk the northern coast of Haiti, the civil emergency

Ireland closes schools as storm approaches

Schools were closed Monday as Ireland braced for an unprecedented storm, with authorities warning that violent winds, rain

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