US likely to keep 100,000 troops in Europe for foreseeable future in face of Russian threat, US officials say
The US is expected to keep 100,000 troops stationed in Europe for the foreseeable future unless Russia escalates and threatens Sweden and Finland or NATO members, according to multiple US officials.
Crime network who duped lonely men out of more than 1m arrested in international police sting
A crime network which used young women to trick lonely men into handing over more than €1m (£848,000) in savings has been busted in an international police sting.
US, Taiwan trade officials discuss deepening relations
Meeting comes as US President Joe Biden began his first visit to Asia in push to show commitment to the region.
Ukraine war: Milley speaks with Russian counterpart for first time since start of conflict
Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley spoke with his Russian counterpart for the first time since Russia launched its war in Ukraine.
'The more they ban me, the more people want me': Dominican rapper Tokischa courts controversy
Tokischa, who has collaborated with Rosalía and J Balvin, raps about sex and drugs, telling stories from her life that have earned her both fans and critics.
Nicaraguan bishop fasts to protest police harassment
A Roman Catholic bishop in Nicaragua has begun an “indefinite fast” inside a church to protest increasing harassment from national police, who he said followed him throughout the entire previous day
Unacceptable for one party to block Stormont, says Irish PM
Micheál Martin visits Belfast to try to break deadlock over DUP’s opposition to Brexit protocol Today’s politics news – live updates Ireland’s taoiseach has said it is unacceptable for one party in Northern Ireland to block others from taking power, as he visited Belfast to try to break the deadlock over the Brexit protocol and power-sharing at Stormont. After meetings with party leaders, Micheál…
Coca-Cola unveils new bottles with caps that stay attached
No longer will consumers be troubled with a capless Coke bottle.\u00a0With an aim to bolster\u00a0recycling, the Coca-Cola company announced a major change.
Chicago shooting leaves 2 dead, 8 wounded
Two people are dead and another eight wounded following a shooting near a fast food restaurant in Chicago that sent bystanders scattering, authorities said.
Washington Warns Britain to Temper Its Spat With E.U. Over Northern Ireland
A senior U.S. diplomat urged London and Brussels to discreetly resolve their disputes, citing the need to unify the West behind Ukraine amid Russia’s onslaught.
Deliberations start in Russian soldier's war crimes trial
The lawyer for a Russian soldier who is the first to go on trial for an alleged war crime in Ukraine has asked a Kyiv court to acquit his client
With world recovering from pandemic, U.S. trade rep. Tai sees "incredible opportunity" for new Asia economic partnership