Monday, September 21, 2015



The deep ocean hunt for missing passenger jet MH370 has been suspended after nearly three years without result, the

Turkish police catch nightclub attacker

 Turkish police late Monday caught the attacker who shot dead 39 people on New Year's night at an Istanbul

Eugene Cernan, last man to walk on moon, dies at 82

US astronaut Eugene Cernan, the last man to set foot on the moon, died Monday at age 82, NASA

Europe's anti-terror laws steamroll rights

Legislation aimed at fighting terrorism across the European Union is dangerously disproportionate and threatens the rights of the people

Gunmen kill 8 policemen in Egypt

 Gunmen killed eight police late Monday in an attack on a checkpoint in el-Wadi el-Gedid province in southwest Egypt,

Brazil in grip of successive prison riots

Brazilian police cleared several dozen inmates from the roof of a prison where dozens were murdered over the weekend

Britain will leave EU single market: May

Britain will leave the EU's single market when it exits the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May said on

US-Israeli ties strong despite noise: Obama

President Barack Obama says "despite all the noise and hullabaloo" the United States and Israel are still close allies

Minute's silence at inquests into British deaths

The inquests into the deaths of 30 UK tourists killed at a Tunisian resort in June 2015 have begun

May to feature in 'Vogue'

British Prime Minister Theresa May will feature in a spread for the esteemed fashion magazine Vogue, Downing Street has

Australian mother admits killing children in lake

A mother has pleaded guilty to murdering three of her children by driving them into a lake in Australia.

Northern Ireland drifts towards snap elections

Northern Ireland appears headed for snap elections at a time when Britain will be moving to leave the European

Snow traps 1,000 motorists in Tunisia

Heavy snow has trapped around 1,000 motorists in northwestern Tunisia, the prime minister's office said Monday. Drifts blocked roads

NATO maintains confidence in Donald Trump security

NATO on Monday reiterated its confidence in the US security commitment to Europe, despite US President-elect Donald Trump sparking

France holds Middle East peace summit

A major international conference to try to kick-start peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians is being held in

Kosovo blocks entry of Serbian train

Kosovo has prevented a Serbian train from crossing the border between the two countries, with allegations it was prepared

Nearly 100 missing after boat sinks off Libya

Nearly 100 people are missing after a boat carrying migrants wrecked in the waters between Libya and Italy, the

Ten prisoners die in new Brazilian riot

At least 10 prisoners were killed Saturday in Brazil's fifth deadly prison riot since January 1. The latest riot

German plane lands in Kuwait over bomb threat

A Germany-bound Eurowings passenger flight from Oman landed in Kuwait on Sunday over a bomb threat but no explosives

Russia says US troop buildup is 'a threat'

Russia has criticized US troop deployments in Europe, saying that the deployment of thousands of US soldiers as part

CIA head warns Trump to watch his tongue

Outgoing CIA Director John Brennan has warned US President-elect Donald Trump to avoid off-the-cuff remarks once he takes office.

Trump 'willing to work with Russia and China'

US President-elect Donald Trump says he is willing to work with Russia and China, providing they cooperate. Trump told

May gets 30 days to end secrecy on Brexit strategy

British PM Theresa May has been given a one-month deadline to finally end the secrecy surrounding her Brexit strategy,

US envoy warns against cutting funding to UN

US Ambassador Samantha Power on Friday warned that cutting US funding to the United Nations would be "extremely detrimental"

19 dead, 17 hurt in Ecuador bus crash

At least 19 people died and 17 were injured when a school vehicle collided with a bus in  southwestern

Justin Trudeau criticizes Trump

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau didn't mince words Friday in discussing how he viewed his relationship with the United