Britain votes to leave the European Union
Following the results, David Cameron announced his intention to resign as the UK's Prime Minister. It is expected he wi...
Christina Grimmie killed by 'infatuated' fan; Orland...
Kevin James Loibl, age 27, took a taxicab to Orlando on June 9 from his St. Petersburg, Florida home, bringing along tw...

Donald Trump with a taco bowl on Cinco de Mayo. (Image: Donald J. Trump on Twitter.)On the campaign trail in the USA, May 2016
The following is the first edition of a monthly series chronicling the U.S. 2016 presidential election. It features original material compiled throughout the previous month after an overview of the month's biggest stories. In this month's edition on the campaign trail: a former Republican congressman briefly joins the Libertarian Party and runs for vice presi...

 ()At least 50 dead in shooting at Florida nightclub
In the early morning hours of today , according to police, a man by the name of Omar Mateen entered Pulse Nightclub, a gay club in Orlando, Florida, and opened fire. 50 people were killed and 53 were hospitalized. It is now the largest mass shooting in United States history, with the Virginia Tech and Sandy Hook Elementary shootings next. The shooter today us...

File photo of Ed Sheeran (Image: Eva Rinaldi.)Lawsuit filed against Ed Sheeran for his single Phot...
On Wednesday, Martin Harrington and Thomas Leonard, songwriters of the song Amazing performed by Matt Cardle in The X Factor six years ago, claimed British singer Ed Sheeran copied it 'note-by-note' in his 2014 single Photograph. The duo claimed there are 39 identical notes in both the tracks and they seek about US$20m (about 17.8m euros) and royalties from t...

File photo of Maria Sharapova, 2014. (Image: Valentina Alemanno.)International Tennis Federation bans Sharapova for t...
On Wednesday, the International Tennis Federation banned 29-year-old Russian tennis player Maria Sharapova for two years after she tested positive on January 26 for the drug meldonium. The drug was banned on January 1 this year. File photo of Maria Sharapova, 2014. Image: Valentina Alemanno. The tribunal found that I did not seek treatment from my do...

Location of Sichuan province in China (Image: TUBS.)Two dead, thirteen missing after boat capsizes in Ch...
On Saturday, local authorities said a child died and three were being treated after a leisure boat capsized at Bailong Lake in Guangyuan, Sichuan province, China at 14:50 local time (0650 UTC). At about noon on Monday a search and rescue team found the body of a middle-aged male passenger; thirteen other people were still missing. According to officials, stro...

 ()Over 270 civilians reported killed from shelling in ...
In a message directed to the UN's Secretary General and Security Council head, the Syrian Foreign and Expatriates Ministry reported the attacks came from "moderate" opposition groups that were joining the Al-Nusra Front and its affiliates in Aleppo, Syria. According to the Center on Saturday, one of the opposition groups, Ahram al-Sham, joined the Al-Nusra Fro...

 ()Brisbane man granted bail on charge of raping 15-yea...
Magistrate John Costello granted the defendant bail on condition he report to the police station three times weekly, stay at home at his current address at night unless his work required otherwise, and contact neither complainant nor witness. At the hearing, there was a question of whether the defendant knew the victim's age. Patrick Quinn, the defendant's la...

Location of the Engineering IV building on the UCLA campus. (Image: OpenStreetMap.)Two people killed in apparent murder-suicide at UCLA
Two people were killed in an alleged murder-suicide at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) campus on Wednesday. The shooting occurred on the fourth floor of the Engineering IV building. The university's campus was in lockdown for aout two hours after the shooting from 10:00AM to noon local time. The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) have ident...

 ()India set to install panic buttons on buses to comba...
ss="published">Friday, May 27, 2016  India Related articles 27 May 2016: India set to install panic buttons on buses to combat sexual assault 21 February 2016: Curfew in Haryana as protesters demand reservation for Jat quota 20 December 2015: Chennaiyin FC score late goal, beat Goa 3-2 to win Indian Super League 2015 28 October 2015: Magnitude 7.5 earthqua...

 ()Tax evasion investigators raid Google's Paris headqu...
Dozens of tax investigators raided Google's offices in French capital Paris yesterday as part of a probe into the company's alleged tax evasion. The raid was conducted by investigators from the state financial prosecutor's office assisted by 25 information technology (IT) experts, according to officials. "The investigation aims to verify whether Google Irelan...

 ()Victorian premier apologises for history of criminal...
Victoria, Australia premier Daniel Andrews, speaking in parliament yesterday, apologised for the state's history of 'abominable' laws under which homosexuality could be punished with jail time. "For decades, we were obsessed with the private mysteries of men. And so we jailed them, we harmed them, and in turn, they harmed themselves", said Andrews. He noted ...

File photo of square in Deir Ezzour, 2005. (Image: Heretiq.)Besieged Syrian city of Deir Ezzour suffers multi-da...
The hospital was under IS control for several hours before Syrian Government forces reclaimed it, according to SOHR. Reports through the BBC said more than 20 IS fighters were killed, while activists said medical staff were seized as hostages and IS fighters also killed 35 pro-government fighters. The UN has been providing food and medicine to the besieged by...

Augustus Sol Invictus (Image: Augustus Sol Invictus.)Wikinews interviews Augustus Sol Invictus, Libertari...
Augustus Sol Invictus, an Orlando, Florida attorney in his early 30s currently seeking the Libertarian Party's nomination for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by former Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio, took part in a short interview with Wikinews reporter William S. Saturn to discuss his background, political views, and unorthodox campaign for ...

 ()Islamic State claims attack which killed 25 police r...
ss="published">Sunday, May 15, 2016  Yemen Related articles 15 May 2016: Islamic State claims attack which killed 25 police recruits in Yemen 7 December 2015: Car bombing kills Yemen government official; ISIS claims responsibility 11 April 2015: Foreigners evacuated from Yemen by India 21 March 2015: Suicide bombers attack mosques in Sanaa, Yemen 13 March ...

File photo of Christine Lagarde, 2010. (Image: Marie-Lan Nguyen .)IMF says UK leaving the EU will lead to negative eco...
An IMF report released by Lagarde said voting to leave the EU would cause "a protracted period of heightened uncertainty", created by the UK needing to negotiate a withdrawal from the EU. Agreements with 60 other countries who currently have trade agreements with the EU would also need to be reached if the UK was to continue trading with them on the same terms...

Dilma Rousseff, January 2011 (Image: [Agência Brasil].)Brazilian Senate vote to suspend President Rousseff
The vote, after a marathon Senate session running through the night, resulted in 55 of 77 senators present voting in favour of putting President Rousseff on trial. While only a majority was needed to suspend the President, these numbers if duplicated later would be enough to remove her from office at the end of the trial, when a two-thirds vote would be needed...

File photo of Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. (Image: Official website of Ali Khamenei.)Italian parliament votes to back same-sex civil unions
Prime Minister Matteo Renzi called for a vote of confidence in the government and a successful vote has passed approval on the bill automatically. Italy was the last major western country where same-sex relationships were legally unrecognized. "Today is a day of celebration for so many people", Renzi wrote before the vote on his Facebook page. "We are writing...

File photo of Quentin Letts, 2009. (Image: Steve Punter.)Political columnist apologises after mocking disable...
Quentin Letts, a UK political columnist and sketch writer, publicly apologized yesterday after he mocked disabled broadcaster Andrew Marr. Letts was reviewing former BBC business editor Robert Peston's new ITV television show for the Daily Mail on Sunday when he made the comments. In his column he said Marr, who suffered a stroke in 2013, was like "Captain Hop...

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