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Iran confiscates 1,000 Bitcoin mining machines after power spike

According to state TV reports, government in Iran has confiscated around 1,000 Bitcoin mining devices from two former facilities.

UAE is launching Falcon Eye satellite in July

'Falcon Eye 1' will be the fourth recon satellite launched by the UAE, brings the number to ten satellites in orbit. The UAE is planning to have 12 orbiting satellites by 2020.

Fourth NYPD officer commits suicide this month

The Bronx policeman, recognized by sources as Kevin Preiss, 53, was found dead with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head around 9:50 p.m. at his home in Hicksville, Nassau County police said on Wednesday.

North Korea says no ‘secret talks’ held with United States

North Korea rejected South Korean President Moon Jae-in's claim that the third summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un is being planned behind the scenes.

Heartbreaking images of dead father, daughter drowned in Mexico’s Rio Grande

A heartbreaking picture of an El Salvadoran migrant and his 2-year-old daughter lying face down on the shore of the Rio Grande River after drowning highlights the dangers migrants encounter while attempting to reach America – and draws reactions from the Pope and presidential candidates.

Trump says U.S. is in strong position, slams Iran leaders

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that any conflict between the U.S. and Iran would be quick and that the U.S. is in strong position, even though he reiterated his intention to prevent a military clash while blasting the representatives of Tehran.

PlayStation fans are most excited for The Last Of Us 2 among other exclusives

Right now there are four AAA titles with a massive budget which will only be available to PlayStation users: The Last of Us Part II, Ghost of Tsushima, Death Stranding and Final Fantasy VII Remake.

Toronto Urged to Cancel Smart City Project by Google

The Quayside "Smart City" project in Toronto, Canada continues to face criticism from supporters for privacy and current and former employees

Ahmed Al Jaber: UAE will put extra effort in mitigating Middle East tension

The United Arab Emirates are looking for a de-escalation of tension in the Middle East, ADNOC CEO Ahmed Al Jaber said on Tuesday after Iran accused the United States of shutting down the road to diplomacy with additional economic sanctions.

Erdogan will not pull back from S-400 deal with Russia

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Turkey would finalizethe purchase of Russia's missile defense system S-400 in July

US national sentenced to 12 years in Vietnam prison for ‘state overthrow plot’

Michael Phuong Minh Nguyen, 55, confessed that he wanted to start protests, but he denied more severe accusations of preparing to...

Italy to host 2026 Winter Olympics in Milan and Cortina

The International Olympic Committee announced on Monday that it has accepted the bid by Italy to host the 2026 Winter Olympics, which will take place in Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo.

Trump imposes severe new sanctions against Iran

President Trump hit Iran back on Monday by imposing economic sanctions against Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his partners.

4 new laws and rules introduced in Dubai in 2019

From having your liquor permit to canceling your phone contract, Dubai has made life a lot easier for foreign residents.

China demands a proper explanation from FedEx on Huawei

After PC Magazine, a popular American computer magazine, said that FedEx refused to send the device, FedEx had apologized suggesting that it was an "operational mistake."

Paralyzed man treated with stem cells shows signs of recovery

Kris Bosen, a 21-year-old man from Bakersfield, CA, has undergone a historic stem cells therapy that allows him to recover from paralysis

Turkish Election Re-Run: Erdogan’s Ruling Party Set to Lose Control of Istanbul

According to the state-run press agency Anadolu, the Turkish opposition's mayoral candidate, Ekrem Imamoglu, won again in a new election in Istanbul on Sunday, winning over 54 percent of the vote.

Analysts predict oil could jump to over $100 per barrel if war breaks out

As the latest escalation of conflict in the middle east has already shown, a war between the US and Iran would impact global oil prices

An Intelligence officer reveals a big Turkish-Qatari scandal

Trusted Turkish intelligence sources disclosed files on the Palestinian prisoner Zaki Hassan's "assassination"

Microsoft bans Slack and discourages AWS and Google Docs use internally

Microsoft has prohibited its 100,000 + staff from using the free version of Slack

Twitter account of the former director of French intelligence, Bernard Bajolet, is fake

A fake Twitter account allegedly belonging to former director of the French intelligence, Bernard Bajolet, has been spotted earlier today.

The new Mustang Shelby GT500 is the most powerful street-legal Ford to date

Ford promised that the 2020 Mustang Shelby GT500 would be its strongest car ever, and it wasn't joking.

More than $1 Billion worth of Cocaine Seized at Philadelphia Port

Transport ship full of cocaine was confiscated at a port in Philadelphia in what the police say is the biggest seizure in the history

Why are tourists from USA dying in Dominican Republic?

Joseph Allen's relatives claim he was healthy and visited the Dominican Republic frequently. Several of the visitors who died during this year drank from their...

Forensics firm claims it can break into any Apple or Android product

Apple makes it a point to stress safety and privacy characteristics with every product announcement. This occurred at Apple's annual event

Sudan crisis and subsequent potential disaster

Masses of demonstrators calling for a fresh age of wealth and accountability in Sudan celebrated earlier this year as army armies overthrew Omar al-Bashir, the long-ruling dictator of the country.

Qatar official refuses to denounce hate speech against Jewish Americans and Jews in general

Anti-Semitism in Qatar has come under the spotlight of rare international television, with a Qatari official refusing to make an outright denunciation of hate speech

What caused massive South America power outage?

As lights came back on across South America after a massive blackout hit tens of millions people, officials were still mainly in the dark about what caused the crash

Paul Pogba isn’t worth Real Madrid’s money

Speculation is growing that this summer French midfield star Paul Pogba will make a big-money change from Manchester United to Real Madrid

Scientist Claims Dark Matter Could Be Evidence of a Parallel Universe

One of the universe's biggest secrets is dark matter, representing five times more matter than any other.

Trump says he was informed on Navy sightings of UFOs

Donald Trump said he had been briefed on Navy pilots reporting heightened sightings of unidentified flying objects, adding he does not believe in UFOs in particular.

India imposes tariffs on 28 U.S. goods starting Sunday

In the wake of Washington's removal of important trade rights for New Delhi, India will enforce greater retaliatory tariffs on 28 U.S. products

Chinese company found to be making parts for F-35

The UK Ministry of Defense insisted that there is nothing to worry about after a Chinese company was found producing circuit...

Report Claims Pentagon is World’s Largest Producer of Greenhouse Gases

According to a study from Brown University's "Costs of War" initiative, the Pentagon has produced over a billion metric tonnes of greenhouse gases since the start of the worldwide war on terrorism in 2001.

Iran’s FM says tanker ‘attacks’ in Gulf of Oman are suspicious

The reported assault on two "Japan-related" oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman has been marked by Iran's foreign minister as...

US must develop ‘new way of war’ or risk defeat by Russia and China

According to a study by Chris Dougherty of the Center for New American Security (CNAS), released on Wednesday, America requires a "new way of war."

UK’s MI5 accused of mismanaging mass surveillance data

In High Court, UK domestic counter-intelligence service MI5 was charged with violating data collection and storage privileges by storing information from private citizens in bulk without adequate protection.

Iran ready to respond as US General continues to claim imminent threat

Now, Iran continues at a high point of readiness with all those additional U.S. troops and the military bases in the region.

Kim Jong Un’s half-brother was a CIA informant

Kim Jong Un's half-brother worked as a CIA informant before being assassinated in 2017 at a Malaysian airport, according to a Monday report.

Helicopter crashes on top of Manhattan office tower

A helicopter crashed Monday on the roof of a skyscraper in midtown Manhattan, killing the pilot, officials said.

Chinese paper claim ‘foreign forces’ using Hong Kong to hurt China

An official Chinese newspaper said on Monday that “foreign forces” are trying to deliberately hurt China by causing chaos in Hong Kong over an extradition bill that has started mass protests in this former British colony.

FBI investigated George Carlin because he mocked the government

George Carlin, the legendary comedian and activist, is most likely one of the most controversial and outspoken entertainers of his time

UAE helps vaccinate children against polio in Pakistan

Well over 71 million children in Pakistan have been vaccinated against polio so far as part of a large UAE campaign in this South Asian country that began five years ago.

Two Former Republican Senators Shot Dead at Home

Two former Republican state Senators have been found shot and killed in their homes this week. Former...

Veteran dies in police custody. Body returned to family with missing organs.

The family of the deceased Army veteran is looking for answers from Pennsylvania authorities fourteen months after he mysteriously died in a local jail, his organs removed and never returned. No one seems to know exactly what happened.

UAE starts permanent residency plan allowing foreigners to invest in property

The United Arab Emirates have recently started permanent residency plan which could potentially be a game changer and provide a boost to the real estate market

Jennifer Dulos disappearance: Husband and his girlfriend arrested

Fotis Dulos, the husband of missing Connecticut mother Jennifer Dulos, has been arrested in connection with her disappearance, according to Connecticut police.

The Genetic Modification of Human Life is “Big Business”

Genetic modification of human life sounds like a term taken straight out of some Sci-Fi movie, but it’s actually a very real possibility, and one that’s being heavily discussed in the scientific community worldwide.

The UN’s Comprehensive Torture Report on Julian Assange

On April 8th, just before London police forcibly carried WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange out of the Ecuadorian embassy, a doctor named Sondra S Crosby wrote a letter to the Office of the United Nations

Did Trump just admit Russia helped him get elected?

President Donald Trump may have actually admitted what many claim to know for more than two years now: Russia helped elect him as president.

Marshall Islands Nuclear Dome Leak Could Poison Marine Life in Pacific

Few weeks ago the U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres alarmed that a large concrete nuclear dome constructed 40 years ago in the Marshall Islands contains radioactive waste from Cold War-era nuclear tests conducted by the United States.

China warns trade war could get even worse

The trade war between the two of the world's largest economies escalated quickly this month with both sides slapping tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars worth of each other’s goods.

Ellen DeGeneres claims she was sexually abused by her stepfather

Ellen told Letterman how her mother, Betty DeGeneres, got married to "a very bad man" when she was a teen

Mount Everest death toll climbs to 11 amid growing concerns

Christopher John Kulish, 62, died on Monday right after reaching the top of Mount Everest on the Nepal side of the mountain.

Trump backs Japan’s efforts to communicate with Iran

Donald Trump visited Japan where, on Monday, he backed the Japanese prime minister's interest in using Japan's good relations with Iran to help establish a possible dialogue between the U.S. and its current enemy in the Middle East.

MI6 Smuggled Russia’s Secrets in Tea Bag on Flight to Venezuela, UK Media Claims

According to the Daily Mail reports MI6 spies have somehow smuggled Russian strategic defense secrets in a tea bag on board a Venezuela-bound supersonic...

Japan struggles to protect its most vulnerable children

JAPAN/TOKYO - Miwa Moriya was 6 when social workers told her she was going to a Christmas party, but have instead moved her into a group home for about 60 children in a small city in western Japan.

Qatari president of PSG, Nasser al-Khelaifi, under investigation in IAAF corruption case

The Qatari president of French soccer club Paris Saint-Germain, Nasser al-Khelaifi, is formally under investigation in France for alleged corruption related to Doha’s bid to host the athletics world championship, his lawyers confirmed on Thursday.

Julian Assange indictment: Danger for free press and journalism

Julian Assange indicted under espionage act, obtaining and publishing classified material, represents a grave threat to all Americans' First Amendment rights,...

Chagos Islands dispute: UN votes against British control

The 193 member states of the UN on Wednesday voted for the UK to hand over control of the Chagos islands to Mauritius "as soon as possible".

Trump suddenly reverses course on Iran, says there is ‘no indication’ of threats

President Donald Trump spent the entirety of the last week talking about possible military action against Iran, discussing the number of troops that would be involved, and threatening that war would mean the “official end of Iran.”

Huawei founder says US government underestimated their power

The growing animosity between Huawei Technologies and the U.S. government was inevitable and a sales ban imposed by the Trump administration will literally have no...

How Much Does America Really Need Huawei?

In wake of the restrictions, Google has suspended business activity with the Chinese giant. Other suppliers, including Qualcomm, Broadcom, Intel and Xilinx, told employees they will not sell to the Chinese firm until further notice, according to Bloomberg News.

Trump wants America’s immigration system to focus on high-skilled workers

President Trump unveiled a long-awaited immigration plan change that would dramatically alter how the U.S. accepts people into the country, by favoring...

F-16 fighter jet crashes at California base, no injuries

An F-16 fighter jet crashed into a warehouse while attempting to land at March Air Reserve Base in Southern California, an Air Force official confirmed late Thursday.

Alabama abortion vote compared to ‘The Handmaid’s Tale’

On Tuesday night, Alabama’s majority-Republican Senate passed a bill which, if signed by Republican Gov. Kay Ivey, would ban almost all abortions in the state and could punish doctors who perform them with life in prison.

Mike Pompeo says US doesn’t want war with Iran

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said the United States does not seek a war with Iran, amid rapidly growing...

WhatsApp confirms ‘targeted’ surveillance attack

WhatsApp, which is owned by Facebook, said the attack targeted a "select number" of users, and was orchestrated by "an advanced cyber actor".

Trump fixated on tariffs while China pursues digital market domination

China’s economy will also most likely grow to be bigger than that of the U.S., and at the moment, this seems inevitable.

The US-China tariff battle is the beginning of a global trade reorder

The prediction comes as the U.S. and China continue to square off in a trade war that has turned the global markets upside down.

Drug companies inflate prices over 1,000%; 44 U.S. states are suing

44 U.S. states filed a lawsuit in which they're accusing Teva Pharmaceuticals USA of orchestrating a scheme with 19 other drug companies to inflate drug prices

Facebook co-founder calls on the government to break up the company

Facebook co-founder in a New York Times editorial today said the social networking giant has become a corporate monopoly with too much power and said the federal government needs to step in and break up the company.

Deadly thunderstorms leave a trail of destruction across south-central US

Deadly thunderstorms unleashed baseball-sized hail, flooding rainfall and numerous tornadoes across western portions of Texas and Oklahoma Tuesday into late Wednesday

South Africa election: ANC in the lead

South Africa - With results declared in some 23% of districts, the ANC has won about 55% of the ballot, well...

Trade war threatens to enrage 2020 race as Republicans complain about the tariffs

President Trump’s aggressive trade policies are running head first into his campaign for reelection.

UN to conclude hearings on Qatar’s complaint against the UAE and Saudi Arabia

UN - The Committee on Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD) concluded its work after reviewing the complaint submitted...

Humans Are Speeding Up Extinction and Altering the Natural World

Up to 1 million of the estimated 8 million plant and animal species on Earth are at risk of extinction — many of them within decades — according to scientists and researchers who produced a sweeping U.N. report on how humanity's burgeoning growth is putting the world's biodiversity at perilous risk.

No matter what Trump says, tariffs aren’t boosting the American economy

In threatening an escalation of a trade war with China over the weekend, President Donald Trump claimed that the tariffs already in place have boosted the economy.

41 dead after Aeroflot plane’s emergency landing, fire at Sheremetyevo Airport

41 people were killed Sunday after a Russian airliner made a hard emergency landing and caught fire at Moscow's Sheremetyevo Airport, officials said.

U.S. citizen arrested in Italy for suspected murder of shopkeeper

A U.S. citizen was arrested on Saturday and is suspected of murdering a shopkeeper in a town near Rome, police said.

North Korea launches short-range ‘projectiles’

The projectiles were fired from North Korea's east-coast town of Wonsan in a northeastern direction and reportedly toward the East Sea, the agency said, citing a news release.

Venezuela’s Guaido remains defiant after utter failure to recruit military

Venezuelan opposition supporters gathered for a second day of mass protests against embattled President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday, less than 24 hours after Guaido's attempted coup led to violent clashes with pro-government forces.

Venezuela: Guaido calls for ‘largest march in history’ in coup attempt

Juan Guaido called for the “largest march” in the country’s history, a day after he called for the military to oust President Nicolas Maduro, causing chaos in the streets of Caracas.

Japanese Emperor Akihito Abdicates Throne

For the first time in over 200 years, a Japanese emperor has abdicated the Chrysanthemum Throne.

US Army Veteran Converted To Islam Planned Domestic Terror Attacks In California

A U.S. Army veteran, Mark Steven Domingo, has been arrested for an attempted domestic terrorist attack in “multiple” Los Angeles locations in “retribution” for the mosque mass shooting in New Zealand last month, federal prosecutors announced Monday.

China, UAE sign a massive, $3.4 billion deal

China and the United Arab Emirates are expanding trade and investment ties through new deals worth $3.4 billion.

Spain election: Socialists win; far-right party to debut in Parliament

The ruling socialist party of Spain won the most seats in the country's parliament by far. It does however need the support of smaller parties in order to stay in power.

Critical flaw lets attackers steal private keys from Qualcomm chips

Qualcomm says they have deployed patches for this bug (CVE-2018-11976) earlier this month

Alleged Russian Spy Maria Butina: ‘I Destroyed My Own Life’

The prison term was what the Justice Department requested for Butina, though she’ll spend closer to nine months behind bars thanks to time already served in jail.

Putin meets with Kim: Hopes to help resolve nuclear standoff

VLADIVOSTOK, Russia — Russian President Vladimir Putin met Thursday with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, saying the summit should help...

Reports: Abused workers start riots in Qatar

The workers took to the streets, calling out oppressive government policies, overdue wages and inhuman working conditions.

Price of oil goes above $65 on fears about Iran sanctions

US oil prices went above $65 per barrel on Monday for the first time since October last year after the White House pledged to deepen its crackdown on Iran.

Sri Lanka bombings: Death toll reaches 290

So far, police have arrested 24 people in connection with the attacks; the worst violence the South Asian island has seen since its civil war ended 10 years ago.

Sri Lanka explosions: At least 138 dead and more than 560 injured

Blasts occurred during Easter services at churches in the cities of Colombo, Negombo and Batticaloa.

Journalist Lyra McKee killed in Londonderry, Northern Ireland

Dozens of Molotov cocktails were thrown at officers during unrest in the Creggan area of the city, according to the Police Service of Northern Ireland.

Trump refuses to meet the Qatar Emir over close association with Iran

US President Donald Trump refused to meet Sheikh Tamim Al-Thani, Qatari Emir, over the Arab nation’s ties with terrorist outfits like Muslim Brotherhood and for supporting Iran revolutionary guards.

Big setback for Qatar and Turkey over Libya and Sudan

Qatar and Turkey are close regional allies and have supported the Sudanese regime and the West Libya government in Tripoli.

Sony reveals PlayStation 5 details: 8K graphics, PS4 backwards compatibility, ray tracing and more

Specifically, they're promising that the PS5 will support 8K graphics, 3D audio, super fast SSDs, and backwards compatibility with existing PlayStation 4 games.

In major shift, Trump allows lawsuits against foreign firms in Cuba

According to Reuters report, the Trump administration will allow lawsuits in U.S. courts for the first time against foreign companies that use properties Communist-ruled Cuba confiscated since Fidel Castro’s revolution six decades ago, a senior U.S. official said on Tuesday.

More severe storms aim this week for places still recovering from tornadoes

World2Day - The three-day event will unfold across about 1,400 miles, including parts of the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic that got battered...

Donations flow in as crews assess damage to Notre Dame Cathedral

PARIS — France rose Tuesday to confront the smoldering remains of the Notre Dame Cathedral, as officials said they were confident...

Huawei’s Kirin 985 will be mass produced by TSMC in Q2 2019

It looks like the company will continue the trend of releasing its new-gen chip before others, with its Kirin 985 slated to go into mass production in Q2 2019.

Notre-Dame cathedral on fire: Firefighters fight blaze in Paris

Notre-Dame, Paris - The cause of the blaze was not immediately clear, but officials say that it could be linked to renovation work.

What is the real reason behind withdrawal of US military forces from Libya?

Last Sunday, the US military announced that it will temporarily withdraw its troops stationed in Libya without disclosing the number

Is it safe? — Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp return after 2.5-hour outage

Users hurled to other social media platforms to report issues accessing the services moments later, as reports of outages filtered in from parts of North America, Europe, Asia and Africa

Mate X, Galaxy Fold, Razr and more: All the foldable phones that are coming

Back in February, the trend stole the show at MWC 2019 as many phone makers announced their plans for foldable phones.

Facebook investors are pushing to oust Mark Zuckerberg

Activist Facebook investors are again going to try to oust Mark Zuckerberg as chairman and abolish what they see as the firm's unfair share structure.

The Blacklist: Reddington’s Revenge Tour Begins

Freed from prison and interpersonal issues with Aram (Amir Arison), Reddington turned his attention to the narc inside his criminal network.

First look at the new, mid-engined Chevrolet Corvette

For a very long time, the worst-kept secret in all of motoring has been that the new ‘C8’ Chevy Corvette will go mid-engine.

Facebook Removes Official Page of Ecuador’s Former President

Facebook has unpublished the page of Ecuador’s former president, Rafael Correa

Julian Assange faces US hacking conspiracy charge

In an indictment revealed this morning, U.S. authorities alleged that Assange conspired with former Army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning to steal and publish large amounts of classified documents.

Founder of WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, arrested at London’s Ecuadorian embassy

Assange arrested following the withdrawal of asylum by the Ecuadorian government

Netanyahu wins his fifth term as Gantz concedes

Benjamin Netanyahu is set to serve a fifth term as Israel’s prime minister after his main rival, Gantz, admitted he had lost the election.

Florida man finds mother’s body in backyard while renovating childhood home

Michael and Bonnie Haim had been having marital problems, and he has long been a prime suspect in the case, his defense attorney Janis Warren said in her opening remarks.

Trump blasts Mueller investigation as ‘attempted coup’

President Donald Trump blasted the investigation into Russian election interference and obstruction of justice as “an attempted coup” against his presidency.

Sarajevo: A Place to Remember; An Adventure of a Lifetime!

World2Day - Sarajevo has always been an exciting intersection of important roads from Eastern to Western Europe, from the Mediterranean...

Death Stranding’s Norman Reedus visits Kojima Productions for the first time

The Walking Dead superstar Norman Reedus just visited Kojima Productions for the first time ever.

Beto O’Rourke says Benjamin Netanyahu is a ‘Racist’

His comments come just one day after President Trump played up his pro-Israel agenda in a speech before an influential conservative Jewish group.

Pakistan accuses India of planning a new assault

World2Day - Pakistan's foreign minister says the government has "reliable information" that India was planning an attack for next week -- claims its nuclear neighbor immediately dismissed as "irresponsible and preposterous."

May reaches out to Corbyn in an attempt to break Brexit deadlock

The two leaders, who have fought fiercely for months over the future of Britain, are now attempting to make a deal that can then be negotiated with the rest of the EU.

Qatar “spent millions on Muslim Brotherhood groups in Europe”

Details of the payments made by Qatar to Muslim Brotherhood organisations in Europe, including furnishing funds used by the academic Tariq...

SAP’s head of cloud business latest top departure in restructuring

SAP said in January around 4,400 people would leave under the restructuring.

Seven arrested in Saudi Arabia

The arrested are not said to be frontline activists, but writers and bloggers discussing reform.

Russia hits Kharkiv supermarket – authorities

At least two people have been killed after Russian forces hit a supermarket in the northern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv with two glide bombs,...

Israel's military probes video appearing to show reservist calling for mutiny against defense minister...

The Israeli military said it was launching an investigation Saturday after a video was posted on social media that appeared to show a reservist...

Papua New Guinea landslide: Race to rescue villagers trapped – BBC.com

Emergency services are racing to rescue victims of a massive landslide in Papua New Guinea's isolated Enga province, where hundreds of people are feared...

Israel continues to bomb Gaza, including Rafah, despite ICJ ruling – Al Jazeera English

Israel has continued its relentless attacks on Rafah despite the International Court of Justice (ICJ) ordering it to put an end to the military...

Zelenskyy says Ukraine has taken back control in areas of Kharkiv region, aerial attacks...

KYIV, Ukraine -- Ukrainian forces have secured “combat control” of areas where Russian troops entered the northeastern Kharkiv region earlier this month, President Volodymyr...

G7 Finance Ministers Close Ranks as Tensions with Russia and China Fester – The...

Western economic officials projected a united front, and braced for retaliation, as they prepped tougher sanctions and tariffs.Top finance officials from the world’s advanced...

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Chile arrests firefighter for blaze that killed 137

Chilean authorities have arrested a firefighter and a forestry worker on suspicion of starting the fire which killed at least 137 people in February.

Ukraine war: US military aid for Kyiv, frozen Russian assets, Europe rearmament

Washington has announced €253 million in military assistance for Ukraine as G7 nations say they will...

Why did Serbia react so harshly to the UN resolution on Srebrenica?

Serbian government and public opinion have continued to harshly criticise the UN General Assembly's decision on...