Facebook to show La Liga for free in India
Facebook has struck a landmark deal with Spain's top soccer league to broadcast its matches in India.
Turkey to boycott US electronics - including iPhone
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said his country will boycott electronic products made in the US amid an escalating diplomatic feud with the Trump administration that has contributed to a currency meltdown in Turkey.
Cars set alight in 'co-ordinated attack'
Up to 80 cars have been set alight in Sweden in what is thought to be a co-ordinated attack organised on social media.
Pier Collapse at Spain’s Vigo Music Festival Injures More Than 300
The accident occurred in the northwestern city of Vigo during a closing concert by the Spanish rap artist Rels B. No fatalities were reported.
Extreme temperatures 'especially likely for next four years'
Cyclical natural phenomena that affect planet’s climate will amplify effect of manmade global warming, scientists warn The world is likely to see more extreme temperatures in the coming four years as natural warming reinforces manmade climate change, according to a new global forecasting system. Following a summer of heatwaves and forest fires in the northern hemisphere, the study in the journal Nature Communications suggests there will be little respite for the planet until at least 2022, an...
Aquarius migrant rescue ship invited to dock in Malta
Five European countries will take a share of the 141 people on board, rescued off Libya Malta has agreed to let the Aquarius migrant rescue ship dock in one of its ports and disembark 141 people rescued off the coast of Libya last week, ending a European standoff over who should accept the ship. “Malta will be making a concession allowing the vessel to enter its ports, despite having no legal o...
The Latest: Aid groups say sea standoff was foreseeable
The Latest on a ship carrying rescued migrants in the Mediterranean (all times local): 5:20 p.m. Two French aid groups operating a ship carrying 141 migrants say they are relieved the rescued people will soon reach shore but they've been warning the European Union for months and countries must have seen the problem coming.
Venezuela says two military officials linked to drone blasts
Venezuela chief prosecutor Tarek Saab said on Tuesday that two high-ranking military officers were linked to drone explosions during a speech by President Nicolas Maduro this month, adding the pair had been presented in court on Monday.
Kosovo president says wants to 'correct' border with Serbia
A redrawing of the border to bring parts of Serbia with a majority Albanian population into Kosovo could end persistent tensions between Belgrade and Pristina and allow both nations to move towards EU membership, Kosovo's president said on Tuesday.
Tyson Fury: British heavyweight says 'old Tyson Fury is gone, never to be seen again'
Former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury says his old self is "never to be seen again in history" as he prepares to face Francesco Pianeta on Saturday.
Britain's Boris Johnson may have finally crossed the line — or maybe it's just Boris being Boris
Ever since he was left dangling from a zip line stretching over a London park during the 2012 Olympics, it has been hard to take Boris Johnson too seriously. With his floppy blond hair, disheveled suits and penchant for using inflammatory language, he cuts an unlikely political figure. Yet, buffoonery...
Kurds meet with Syrian government to discuss self-rule
Middle East News: BEIRUT: Representatives from Syria's Kurdish-run northeastern region met with the government in Damascus last week to discuss self-administration in a.
Venezuela's Maduro announces curbs to cheap gas
Venezuelan president says move is necessary to fight smugglers, but many worry it will make fuel unaffordable for most.
Hawk Flies into Moving Car and Gets His Head Stuck
The unfortunate bird bumped into the front grill of the car, but was successfully rescued from an unexpected headlock.
Yemen's Taiz Governor Injured as Roadside Bomb Hits Motorcade – Source
CAIRO (Sputnik) - A roadside bomb on Tuesday hit a motorcade of the head of Yemen’s Taiz governorate, injuring governor Amin Ahmed Mahmoud and his bodyguards, a source in the Aden administration told Sputnik.
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