Clara Long and Nicole Austin-Hillery: Awful sights at border detention center for children
A 14-year old told us she was taking care of a 4-year old who had been placed in her cell with no relatives. "I take her to the bathroom, give her my extra food if she is hungry, and tell people to leave her alone if they are bothering her," she said.
Mexico sends nearly 15,000 troops to the US border
Mexico has deployed almost 15,000 troops to the US-Mexico border, according to the country's Secretary of Defense Luis Sandoval.
In Bahrain, U.S. to launch economic part of Mideast peace plan amid skepticism
The first stage of President Donald Trump's Middle East peace plan will be launched on Tuesday at a conference the White House touts as a bid to begin drumming up $50 billion in investment but which Palestinians deride as an "economy first" approach doomed to fail.
Drone sightings disrupt flights at Singapore's Changi airport
Second incident in a week causes delays and diversions at one of Asia’s busiest airline hubs Drone sightings have disrupted flights at Singapore’s main airport for the second time in a week, authorities have said. About 18 arrivals and departures were delayed and seven flights diverted at Changi airport late on Tuesday “due to bad weather and unauthorised drone activities”, Singapore’s civil aviation authority said. Continue reading...
Canadian, Russian, American back on Earth from space station
Three astronauts have safely returned to Earth after spending more than six months aboard the International Space Station
El exjefe de inteligencia de Maduro llega a EE.UU. con acusaciones en contra del gobierno venezolano
'Not my type': Trump on woman who accused him of sexual assault
Donald Trump said on Monday that a New York-based advice columnist who has accused him of sexually assaulting her is not his "type." "I'll say it with great respect: Number one, she's not my type. Number two, it never happened," Trump said in an interview. Writer E Jean Carroll recently accused Trump of sexually assaulting her in New York in the mid-1990s.
Trump tightens Iran sanctions over downing of U.S. drone
President Trump on Monday signed an executive order imposing new “hard-hitting” sanctions on Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, just days after Iran downed a high-flying U.S. Navy drone over the Persian Gulf. The sanctions, Trump said, are a response to “a series of aggressive actions,”...
Celebrating Havana renovates Cuba's oldest Jewish cemetery
Slowly, the oldest Jewish cemetery in Cuba is beginning to be rehabilitated, along with the memory of many of the island's early Jewish forebears
Probe advised of ex-defense secretary over Sri Lankan blasts
Sri Lanka's attorney general advises a criminal investigation of the ex-defense secretary over "major lapses" that led to a failure to stop Easter suicide bombings that killed more than 250 people
Famed Mexican rescue dog Frida retires after nine years' duty
Frida is credited with saving the lives of 12 people and has worked across four different countries.
Mafia boss known as 'cocaine king' escapes prison
An Italian mafia boss known as the "cocaine king of Milan" is on the run after escaping prison in Uruguay, authorities have said.
First ever Druze pilot finishes training
"G. was and still is a friend of everyone, teachers and students alike, he knew how to respect every person, and we at school salute him for his work and wish him a lot of success along the way."
Cyprus Serial Killer Sentenced to 7 Life Terms for Killing 5 Women and 2 Children
Nicos Metaxas pleaded guilty to 12 charges relating to the premeditated murder of the women, who came to Cyprus from the Philippines, Romania and Nepal.
US relocates hundreds of migrant children from border facility
Nearly 250 migrant children relocated from overcrowded Texas facility after reports of unsafe conditions.
Dominican health minister says drugs, alcohol, medical problems may have killed US couple; lawyer calls it 'ludicrous'
Total of 15 People in Intensive Care Unit After Blasts at Military Warehouse in Kazakhstan
NUR-SULTAN (Sputnik) - As many as 15 people, who were critically injured as a result of explosions in a military warehouse in southern Kazakhstan, have been placed in intensive care unit, Kazakh Healthcare Minister Yelzhan Birtanov told reporters.
US Intelligence Agency Chief Says North Korea Is ‘Not Ready to Denuclearize’
US Defence Intelligence Agency Director Lieutenant General Robert Ashley said on Monday that the US intelligence community does not believe North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is ready to denuclearize following the earlier agreement with US President Donald Trump.