North Korea says leader Kim Jong Un supervised a military drill and vowed to build an “invincible army,” displaying defiance even as US and South Korea call off their own exercises to create space for diplomacy
Photographer Terry O’Neill, whose images chronicled London’s swinging1960s and who shot iconic images of the Rolling Stones and Brigitte Bardot, has died
A Dutch crime blogger got into his Volkswagen Polo one night in 2016 and boom, he was shot dead—a crime that led authorities to a phone company allegedly run by violent criminals, Joseph Cox writes at Vice . Why a phone company? That's what makes it interesting. As for the...
Heavy police presence in Athens appears to have prevented serious clashes with anarchists and other extreme leftists in Athens on the occasion of the 46th anniversary of a student uprising against the then-ruling Greek military dictatorship
Prince Andrew's TV interview about his friendship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein has triggered shock waves of disbelief across British media, CNN reports. To recap, the prince soberly denied even knowing accuser Virginia Giuffre, who was underage at the time. In particular, he denied having sex with Giuffre on...
Tropical Storm Raymond has fizzled into a remnant low-pressure system over the Pacific off western Mexico and is forecast to likely avoid a direct hit on the resorts of Los Cabos
A quick-thinking dad of three is being called a hero after throwing his Mercedes SUV in the path of a speeding car. The CBC and Montreal Gazette report Erick Marciano, 48, was on his way to a meeting Tuesday shortly after noon when he saw a Honda speed through a...
A senior British business leader raised concerns about the economic policies of the two main parties in next month’s election, describing 2020 as the most important year in a generation due to uncertainty over Britain’s departure from the European Union
Algeria’s presidential campaign is officially starting on Sunday with five candidates vying to replace the longtime leader pushed out in April in an ongoing protest movement
Yellow vest activists are staging fresh protests across France to mark the birth last year of their movement for economic justice, a day after scuffles between Paris police and activists marred the anniversary.
Venice has been flooded by a record third exceptional tide in a week while winds, an out-of-season avalanche and other weather woes hit other parts of Italy
Pope Francis decries that the “greed of a few” wealthy people is compounding the plight of the poor, lamenting lack of concern about growing income gaps between the haves and have-nots
Britain’s media slammed Prince Andrew’s rebuttal to claims of sex with a woman who says she was trafficked by Jeffrey Epstein, branding the interview a public relations disaster
A senior Labour party official says leaks from a report on Russian interference in Britain raise serious questions about the security of next month’s general election
Belarus’ authoritarian president has brushed off concerns that Sunday’s parliament election, from which many opposition figures have been excluded, would be regarded as neither free nor fair