Iraelis killed, injured in Jerusalem bus attack; wav...
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Wikinews interviewed Australian painter Pricasso on his unique artwork created using his penis, and how his art relates...

Human doll character. (Image: Paul Budd.)Wikinews visits haunted attraction 'Doc Wilkes House...
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A file photo of the University's campus. (Image: WhisperToMe.)Shooting kills one near Texas Southern University ho...
John Rudley, president of the university, identified the unnamed deceased victim as a freshman student. He was sent to hospital and subsequently pronounced dead, according to a press release from Eva Pickens, spokesperson of the university. I'm most definitely concerned. I did plan on moving here. It's really nerve-racking feeling that a person here could ...

Bernie Sanders. (Image: US Congress.)Bernie Sanders embraces Black Lives Matter movement
United States Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders discussed his understanding of the Black Lives Matter movement on Monday. "Many white people are not sensitive", Sanders noted, speaking with magazine Ebony, "to the kind of abuse that African-Americans, especially younger African-Americans, receive at the hands of police officers and police departments". T...

Kunduz province in Afghanistan. (Image: User:TUBS.)Civilian deaths as U.S. bombs hospital in Afghanistan
Twenty two civilians, including three children, died, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) reported, on Saturday after a United States airstrike hit a hospital in the city of Kunduz in northern Afghanistan. Amongst the fatalities were twelve charity staff working for MSF. MSF said there were about two hundred people in the building. Under the clear presumption t...

Satellite map of the college campus. (Image: US Geological Survey.)Several dead in Oregon college shootings
Nine people were killed on Thursday by 26-year-old Chris Harper Mercer on the campus of Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon. By various reports seven or nine people were also injured. Officials said Mercer killed himself during the subsequent shootout with police. Mercer began the killing spree in a class where he was a student by shooting the class ...

File photo of the Gatineau River. The Quebec Toponomy Commission states Nigger Rapids, a part of the Gatineau River, is to be renamed. (Image: Nickclose.)Eleven Quebec locations to be renamed to remove raci...
The Quebec Toponomy Commission, a Quebec public body which is responsible for naming places, cataloguing place names, and suggesting changes to their names, has announced in a press release on Friday that eleven locations in Quebec, whose names contain a racial slur, are to be renamed. The organization said they yet to decide on the locations' future names. A...


Gilbert Diendéré in 2010. (Image: Jeremiah Erickson, USAF.)Civilian government restored as Burkina Faso coup ends
The week-long coup d'état in Burkina Faso ended on Wednesday with the restoration of interim President Michel Kafando and the civilian government. By Friday the government announced that the presidential guard unit involved in the coup, the Regiment of Presidential Security, would be dissolved. This follows the intercession of regional leaders and the regular...

Cliff Hanger ride, shown arriving at fairgrounds for setup. (Image: Paul Budd.)100th annual East Texas State Fair opens
The 100th annual East Texas State Fair opened in the city of Tyler, Texas yesterday. Equipment for rides and attractions for the fair began arriving at the fairgrounds earlier in the week. Several food vendors and artisans were also setting up their displays as early as Monday. The event is a highly publicised mainstay in the city of Tyler. Several days are ...

 ()Mecca stampede kills hundreds
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File photo of Martin Winterkorn, CEO of Volkswagen. Winterkorn resigned as CEO on Wednesday due to a scandal over the company's rigging of emissions tests for its diesel vehicles. (Image: Volkswagen Sweden.)Volkswagen CEO resigns after emissions scandal
Martin Winterkorn, Volkswagen AG’s CEO, resigned yesterday after it was discovered the German motor vehicle company has been rigging emissions tests for their diesel vehicles. The company has not announced who his successor will be, but plans to discuss the issue tomorrow. Winterkorn has said that he was "shocked" by the rigging of the emissions tests. "Above...

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US President Barack Obama tweet to student Ahmed Mohamed)Texas student Ahmed Mohamed inspires social movement
Mohamed brought the digital clock he made to school on September 14, and a teacher mistakenly thought it resembled a bomb. Police arrested and questioned the student. Images of the boy wearing a NASA T-shirt and handcuffed by the police were quickly posted and reposted online. Hoping that the #istandwithahmed movement translates into a substantive national...

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Chief Executive of Volkswagen Martin Winterkorn issued on Sunday a public apology and announced an outside inquiry would be carried out, after the company became engulfed in a scandal about diesel emissions tests. Volkswagen logo Over the weekend there were damaging revelations that the car manufacturer has been using illegal software to enable diesel c...

Illustration of ricin's chemical structure. (Image: AzaToth.)London court jails man after Dark Web ricin sting
The powder, which Ali paid for in BitCoin, was actually harmless. Hidden inside a toy car, the package was treated with markers and his face glowed under ultraviolet light, indicating he had handled it. The judge said today there was "real risk" involved. Ali told his trial he had discovered drugs and guns for sale. Computer analysis showed he had looked up r...

Ponta speaks in a file photo from last year. (Image: Social Democratic Party.)Romanian PM Victor Ponta indicted in fraud case
The move follows a previous charging, which sees Ponta accused of forgery, tax evasion, money laundering, and having a conflict of interest. He is set to become the nation's first Prime Minister to face trial while in power. His party, the left-wing Social Democrats, support him. Ponta denies the accusations which emerged months ago, and has refused to resign...

Motorcycles and a truck on a dirt road in South Sudan. The country has few paved roads. (Image: JennaCB123.)South Sudan fuel tanker explosion kills dozens
The death toll is unclear. At least 85 died according to presidential spokesman Ateny Wek Ateny, citing "local authorities". Charles Kisagna of the local government said at least 100 died. County commissioner Wilson Thomas Yanga in remarks to the BBC put the toll at a minimum of 176. The Red Cross said it had sent two burn kits to local rescuers in Maridi wit...

A file photo of the mosque. (Image: Abza.)Kuwaiti court sentences seven to death for June mosq...
A court in Kuwait yesterday sentenced fifteen people for involvement in June's bombing of the Imam Sadiq Mosque. Seven were sentenced to death. The suicide attack in Kuwait City killed 26 and injured 227. The trial of seven women and 22 men before Judge Mohammad al-Duaij produced fourteen acquittals. All those sentenced to death were men; prison terms from tw...

Malcolm Turnbull is Prime Minister-designate of Australia. (Image: Eva Rinaldi.)Australian Liberal party change leader, Prime Minist...
The federal party room of the Liberal Party of Australia has voted to change its leader this evening local time (UTC+10). Malcolm Turnbull has been elected over incumbent Prime Minister Tony Abbott 54 votes to 44. "This has been a very important sobering event", Turnbull told the media an hour after the ballot. Turnbull had requested a leadership ballot at ab...

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