Still unknown how man died during underwater proposal, sister says
The sister of the man who drowned while making an underwater marriage proposal to his girlfriend in Tanzania says he was "a beautiful soul."
Higher court ruling may lead to jail time for ex-Jerusalem police chief
Shaham was acquitted of sexual harassment at the lower magistrate court level and sentenced to mere community service in December 2018, leading to an explosion of public outrage.
Boris Johnson Faces a New Scandal, and ‘People See Blood in the Water’
The prime minister has long turned controversy into opportunity, but his friendship with an American woman carries hints of financial improprieties.
School Collapses in Kenya, Killing at Least 7 Students
The wooden structure at Precious Talent Top School crumbled as the school day began on Monday, officials said.
Hundreds of India villages drown as Narmada dam water level rises
At least 178 villages in Madhya Pradesh submerged after Sardar Sarovar Dam reaches maximum capacity, activists say.
Pakistan PM presses Trump to seek Taliban deal
Pakistan News: UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday encouraged US President Donald Trump to restart talks with Afghanistan's Taliban, saying .
5 EU nations reach temporary deal on rescued migrants
Five European Union nations agreed on Monday to a temporary arrangement for disembarkation and relocation of migrants rescued in the central Mediterranean, with officials pushing for a wider deal involving more EU countries
20 killed in protests in Indonesia's Papua province triggered by rumors that a teacher insulted an indigenous student
Boris Johnson defends actions over conflict of interest claims
Reports say an associate was given public money and invited on trade trips when he was London mayor.
Western countries raise concerns over Saudi rights record
Two dozen mainly European countries voiced concern on Monday at alleged torture, unlawful detentions and unfair trials of critics, including women activists and journalists, in Saudi Arabia.
Sports fan asks for beer money and ends up raising $1m for hospital
When American football fan Carson King cheekily held up a sign on TV asking for people to send him money to buy beer, he didn't expect to receive a cent.
David Lammy blames Trudeau's blackface outfit on 'racist tropes'
Labour MP says Canadian PM’s scandal reveals ‘even liberal leaders’ succumb to racism The Labour MP David Lammy has blamed the decision by Canada’s prime minister, Justin Trudeau, to blacken his face at a party on pervasive racist tropes that even “liberal leaders” succumb to, as he made calls to tackle white supremacy and privilege. Speaking at a fringe event at the party’s conference in Brighton, the anti-racism campaigner spoke out about old pictures that have emerged of Trudeau in blackfa...
Puerto Rico to close schools as TS Karen threatens flooding
Puerto Rico is canceling classes and closing public agencies as Tropical Storm Karen approaches the U.S. territory and threatens to unleash heavy flooding in the island’s eastern region
Afghan officials: 40 civilians killed in anti-Taliban raid
At least 40 civilians were killed Sunday night during a raid conducted by Afghan special forces on Taliban hideouts in the southern Helmand province, provincial officials said
Joel Rubin on Trump administration's Iran strategy
Former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Joel Rubin gives his take on finding a diplomatic solution to the current Iran conflict.
Mike Pompeo says US troops are being deployed to the Middle East to deter the Iranian regime from attacks
Dinners, Vacations and Fundraisers: Top 4 Non-Blackface Scandals Related to Justin Trudeau
As the Canadian head of state moves to deal with the aftermath of the “blackface revelations,” it appears that this scandal isn’t the only sketchy episode in his history.
Coalition of Hope: 'Tehran No Longer Considers Saudi Arabia as Its Regional Rival' – Mid East Expert