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UK police investigating acid attack at London club which left 12 hurt

The Sun is reporting that 600 partygoers had to be evacuated from the night club and ten people were taken to hospital. The two men believed to have been tar...


150 feared killed in Taliban raid on Afghan military base

The US military has said that "more than 50" Afghan soldiers were killed, while an Afghan army source who was on the base at the time put the death toll as high...


Builders shine light on dead archbishops

The museum stands on a the grounds of the former St. Mary-at-Lambeth Church and is next to Lambeth Palace, the archbishop of Canterbury's London residence. The ...


Canada: Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne introduces Fair Housing Plan

Asian investment in Toronto reportedly picked up after Vancouver introduced its foreign buyer tax last summer. In the Greater Vancouver area, the price of a h...


Dylann Roof Now in Terre Haute

Roof fatally shot nine black parishioners on June 17, 2015, after being invited to Bible study. The move came 11 days after the 23-year-old pleaded guilty to ...


China urges North Korea peninsula denuclearization

Australian National University North Korea expert Leonid Petrov said North Korea's ICBMs had a range of several thousand kilometres but "they can't reach Austra...


Arab League calls for global protection for Palestinians held by Israel

Barghouti is now serving five life sentences for having a prominent role in the second Palestinian intifada - a period of uprising against Israel between 2000...


NATO's Stoltenberg: Trump 'a Strong Supporter' of Alliance

The accusation came as Montenegro formally became a member of NATO and U.S. President Donald Trump met with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Washingt...


Iranian candidate says nuclear deal failed to lift sanctions

Iran's top leaders regard the election in part as a show of defiance against renewed United States pressure under President Donald Trump, and have called for a ...


Erdogan to meet Trump in May: minister

The "yes" vote won 51.4 percent of the vote, meaning he squeezed home by the narrowest of gaps. "The police told the detainees that they were accused of tryin...


MCD Polls: Voters Face Problems Due To Faulty EVMs In Some Wards

Asked if the election was a referendum on the AAP government's two-year performance in Delhi, he said: "We will see when the results will come out (on Wednesday...


Wheaton College freshman dies in accident at track meet

A 19-year-old college freshman is killed when he is hit in the head during a hammer throw competition. It weighs 16 pounds for the men's competition and 8.8 pou...


China urges Korea peninsula denuclearisation 'in the name of stability, peace'

The White House has repeatedly called on North Korea to abandon its nuclear and missile programs. This statement from North Korea comes about a week after it ...


Fugitive Mexican ex-governor moved to Guatemalan prison

Speaking a year ago after he was accused of having links to phantom businesses that had successfully bid for state contracts, Duarte denied the accusations agai...


North Korea threatens Australia with nuclear strike

Vice President Mike Pence declared "the era of strategic patience is over" on a recent trip to South Korea, where tens of thousands of USA troops are statione...


After Meeting With President Trump, Egyptian President Frees Detained US Charity Worker

A few weeks later, Hijazi sat down with President Trump in the Oval Office to thank him for the diplomatic efforts. According to the Washington Post , they a...


White House Easter Egg Roll Pictures And Videos Show Trump's Holiday Event

However, ahead of the festivities, US President Donald Trump, First Lady Melania and their son Barron were standing on the White House's Truman Balcony in pre...


Theresa May accused of 'opportunism' over election by EU Brexit negotiator

Mr Blair, who said he will vote Labour, told BBC Radio 4's The World This Weekend: "I feel for the first time since I first came into politics, I look at the ...


France may catch populist wave in presidential election

While constitutional obstacles would make it hard for her to uncouple France from the European Union, a Le Pen victory could nonetheless be a devastating blow f...


Minister: China wants nuclear weapons eliminated in Korea

North Korea will mark the 85th anniversary of the foundation of its Korean People's Army on Tuesday, as it concludes winter military drills at the same time as ...


Divisions, protests erupt at German nationalist convention

The defeat was a significant blow for AfD co-leader Petry, whose position in the party is now substantially weakened. The stated goal is to become Germany's r...


Centrist Macron, right-wing LePen lead French vote

Mathilde Jullien, 23, said she is convinced Macron will be able to win over Le Pen and become France's next president. Macron is an ex-banker who served a...


Le Pen faces Macron in final round of French presidential election

Meanwhile, an Ipsos Sopra Steria poll for France Televisions said Macron was seen winning 62 percent of the vote to 38 percent for Le Pen . Axel Schaefer, ...


Arkansas executions: What's next?

Supreme Court made a decision to allow Arkansas to proceed late Thursday. Arkansas has executed an inmate for the first time in almost a dozen years as part...


54% turnout in Delhi civic polls

ABP-C Voter claimed that BJP will get 218 out of 272 seats, while AAP would get only 24 and Congress, which was hoping to make a comeback would get only 18-seat...


China criticizes North Korea, praises USA on nuclear issue

Ryan said he was encouraged by the results of efforts to work with China to reduce tensions, but that it was unacceptable North Korea might be able to strike al...


Charity worker freed from jail in Egypt credits Pres. Trump for release

She and her brother visited the White House Friday, where they met with Trump. During a briefing for reporters Friday, Spicer emphasized that after Trump was ...


Kim Jong-un puts show of nuclear strength in Pyongyang parade

But South Korean analysts said Kim decided not to conduct the nuclear test, instead holding a parade meant to show off North Korea's military might. State tel...


UK's Theresa May Won't Rule Out Personal Tax Hikes After Election

The ex-Labour Prime Minister has urged voters to set aside party loyalty in an effort to block "Brexit at any costs" that will happen if Theresa May wins a "ste...


As police close in, Facebook killer takes own life

Teper says investigators are trying to determine Stephens' movements in the area. An autopsy is planned for Wednesday. He took his McNuggets and whipped out o...


Bill O'Reilly Accuser Who Was Reportedly Called "Hot Chocolate" Speaks Out

Fox News host Bill O'Reilly on April 15, 2014. Speaking through his attorney, Bill O'Reilly is (unsurprisingly) claiming a vast left wing conspiracy motivated...


North Korea detains third US citizen

The Swedish Embassy said it was aware of a Korean-American citizen being detained recently, but could not comment further. South Korea's National Intelligence S...


'Every country protects, for good reason'; Trudeau defends Canada's trade practices

In his letter to the governors of Wisconsin and New York, MacNaughton argues that Canada is not responsible for the dairy industry's southward borders, based on...


Rex Tillerson says Russian meddling in US election is 'well-established'

Additionally, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has warned that Syrian President Bashar Assad's removal would profit the Islamic State group. Could Syria...


Maduro donates $500000 to Trump fund despite economic woes

Maduro's government has been increasing its suppression of protests over the past weeks, with Caracas-based nongovernmental agency Foro Penal reporting five d...