Monday, September 21, 2015



Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who won a strong election mandate, told a news conference on Monday that

Theresa May to update MPs amid Brexit leak row

Theresa May will update MPs about Brexit talks amid a row over an alleged leak about a dinner

'Catalans won't follow Madrid's orders'

Catalan authorities will not follow orders from the Spanish government if Madrid moves to reassert control over the

Mattis praises Philippines for IS battle

US Defense Secretary James Mattis on Monday praised the Philippines for its successes in battling Islamic State supporters,

Nigeria triple suicide attack kills thirteen

Three female suicide bombers killed 13 people and wounded 16 in the northeastern city of Maiduguri on Sunday,

UK diver swims for miles after shark scare

A British diver says he swam 7.5km to safety off the coast of Australia after losing sight of

London introduces vehicle pollution levy

London brought in a new levy on the oldest and most polluting cars entering the

US to put nuclear bombers on 24-hour alert, first time since cold war

An order asking the US Air Force to

Catalan 'won't follow orders from Madrid'

Catalan authorities will not follow orders from the

Police found body most likely of missing 3-year-old Indian girl in tunnel

Police in the US on Sunday discovered the

Rex Tillerson attends Saudi, Iraq meeting

Top US diplomat Rex Tillerson attended a landmark meeting Sunday between Saudi Arabia and Iraq aimed at upgrading

Slovenians vote at presidential election

Slovenian citizens started voting Sunday in a presidential election in which incumbent head of state Borut Pahor was

UK's Labour could back Tory rebels on Brexit

Labour will back Conservative rebels over Brexit unless the prime minister accepts changes to its repeal bill, the

Catalan leaders decry direct rule plan

The Catalan president, Carles Puigdemont, says the region will not accept Madrid's plan for direct rule. He described

Italy regions vote on autonomy bid

Voters in the northern Italian regions of Lombardy and Veneto vote Sunday in autonomy referendums attracting additional interest

Russia frees opposition leader Navalny

Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny walked free on Sunday after a 20-day jail term for organizing protests against

Five ex-US Presidents attend hurricane relief concert

Five former US Presidents attended a benefit concert in Texas to raise money for hurricane

More than 1.1 billion people don't exist officially: UN

More than 1.1 billion people worldwide officially don't

Israeli police arrest 15 over campaign to stop Jew-Arab dating

Israeli police have arrested

Facebook supported Hillary, not me during election: Trump

United States President Donald Trump has claimed that

Mexico arrests 15 police officers filmed stealing

Fifteen state police officers

Malta offers $1.18 million to discover who killed reporter

Malta's government on

Gunmen kill 13 in Niger

Gunmen on pick-up trucks and motorcycles coming from

Catalonia leaders decry direct rule plan

The people of Catalonia cannot accept the "illegal" measures taken by the Spanish

Japan goes to the polls in snap election

A typhoon has been drenching parts of Japan as the country heads to

Storm brings strong winds to UK

Storm Brian has hit the UK with gale-force winds and high seas - though the weather is not

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