U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders to announce presidential...
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, an independent who caucuses with Democrats, revealed through the Associated Pre...
Egypt opens Rafah border crossing for additional day
On Sunday, Egypt opened the Rafah border crossing for two days, allowing many people, who had been waiting since it clo...

Multiple fatalities in bin lorry crash in Glasgow, S...
Several fatalities are thought to have resulted this afternoon from a bin lorry crashing in the centre of Glasgow, Scotland. The accident occurred at about 1430 UTC today, when the vehicle hit multiple pedestrians on Queen Street, then crashed into Millennium Hotel alongside George Square, located in the city centre. BBC Scotland reporter Laura Bicker repor...

A hangman's noose, from file. (Image: Chris 73.)Jordan ends eight-year stay on executions, hangs eleven
Jordan yesterday ended a moratorium on executions that had stood since 2006, executing eleven men. The Interior Ministry made the announcement via official news agency Petra. The ministry did not identify the men, but said all had been convicted of murder in either 2005 or 2006. All were Jordanian citizens and had exhausted all appeals, according to the min...

File photo of Selek. (Image: Streetpepper.)Istanbul court acquits bomb accused Pinar Selek for ...
A court in the Turkish capital Istanbul yesterday cleared exiled academic Pinar Selek of killing seven in a bomb attack in 1998. It is the fourth time the courts have cleared her. Forensic investigators blamed the explosion, which also injured 127, in the city's Spice Bazaar on an inadvertent gas leak. Selek was arrested two days after the explosion. She sp...

Nation mourns, world condemns Taliban attack on Paki...
In the wake of of Tuesday's high-school attack by the Pakistani Taliban (TTK) on an army public school, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced a three-day period of official mourning. In addition to condemnation from world leaders — who include UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, the President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz, and Deputy director David Gr...

The Gulf of Suez from file. The Gulf is the left of the two channels, with the main Red Sea below. (Image: NASA.)Freighter hits fishing boat in Gulf of Suez; thirtee...
A freighter hit a fishing boat around midnight on Sunday morning in the Gulf of Suez in the Red Sea. Of the 40 Egyptian fisherman on board, thirteen are dead and thirteen more missing. Survivor Al Sayyed Mohamed Arafat told local media he jumped from the fishing boat, named Badr al-Islam, as the container ship approached. He says he hung onto a wooden crate f...

Laurent Lamothe during a foreign visit earlier this year. (Image: U.S. Department of State.)Laurent Lamothe resigns as Haitian PM
Laurent Lamothe on Saturday announced his resignation as Prime Minister of Haiti amid political paralysis and anti-regime protests. Lamothe's resignation had been recommended on Friday by a commission set up by President Michel Martelly. Martelly appointed Lamothe in 2011, the year after a major earthquake caused widespread devastation. Elections to the Sen...

Palestinian Authority accepted as observer state in ICC
On Monday, the Palestinian National Authority (PA) was granted the status of an Observer State in the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague. This decision promotes the PA toward permanent membership in the court, and helps establish the PA's status in the international arena. The ICC is an independent organization, in which 122 states are members....

Logo of the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. (Image: US Government.)Senate publish report on CIA torture and misinformation
A report released by the Senate Intelligence Committee yesterday concluded that the CIA misinformed the White House and Congress about its imprisonment and interrogation of suspected terrorists. The committee released an executive summary today ahead of its full 6,000-page report. The summary documented instances where detainees were kept awake for as long ...

New Delhi orders Uber cease operation following alle...
Following Friday's alleged rape of a woman in New Delhi by an Uber taxi driver, the city administration has directed Uber, and all other unapproved radio cab and internet-based taxi companies, to halt operations in the city. In the notification, issued by the Delhi transport department on Tuesday, it was said that only six radio cab companies are properly regi...

Embraer Phenom 100, similar to the accident aircraft. (Image: WPPilot)Small plane crashes near Maryland airport, killing six
A small jet has crashed in Gaithersburg, Maryland near Montgomery County Airpark yesterday (Monday) at about 10:45 am local time (1545 UTC), causing a house fire. Officials said six people were killed in the accident — three on the plane and three on the ground. Montgomery County's fire chief said all three people aboard the plane were killed in the crash. ...

French National Assembly acknowledges Palestinian State
With a majority of 339 supporters against 151 opposers, France's lower house of Parliament voted yesterday for French recognition of a Palestinian State. The non-binding vote calls on the French government “to recognize the state of Palestine in view of reaching a definitive settlement to the conflict“. French MP Élisabeth Guigou, who drafted the motion,...

Trial for Texas lawyer accused of murder enters thir...
The trial of a former Texas justice of the peace, accused of killing three people in Kaufman county in early 2013, entered its third day this morning. The defendant, Eric Williams, is being tried for one of the three murders, specifically involving the death of Cynthia McClelland. Media reports indicate the prosecution in the case intends to rest its case t...

Prime Minister Alexander StubbFinland passes law allowing same-sex marriage
The Parliament of Finland has voted 105 to 92 today to approve a citizen's initiative to legalize same-sex marriage. The law now makes marriage gender neutral and extends adoption rights and the right to use the same surname to same-sex couples. Prime Minister Alexander Stubb supported the change to the law. Before the vote, he wrote: "Finland should strive...

Australian cricketer dies after being struck in neck
Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes has died in St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney today (Thursday, local time). Hughes was playing a Sheffield Shield match for South Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground when he was struck in the neck by a bouncer. "It is my sad duty to inform you that a short time ago Phillip Hughs passed away," said Australian national team ...

photo of a Sig Sauer pistol.. Image: Sandra1983.Five jailed in Tyler, Texas following robbery and scam
Police alleged Alneisha Butler originated a scheme to lure a 25-year-old man to an apartment complex in Tyler late Tuesday night, where he was accosted at gunpoint by four men. Butler and the man had been corresponding online for a few weeks, when she told him she wanted him to meet some friends of hers, according to police. When the two met at the complex,...

Michael Schumacher has woken up from 7 month coma!
Michael Schumacher has pulled through from the coma which has kept him in a deep slumber since December last year. Sabine Kehm said: "Michael has left the CHU Grenoble to continue his long phase of rehabilitation. He is not in a coma anymore." Michael had been in an induced coma in Grenoble, France since a skiing accident on December 29 in the French Alp...

Iconic Sci-Fi Artist H.R. Giger Dies at 74
Swiss artist H.R. Giger, who designed the creature in Ridley Scott's sci-fi horror classic Alien, has died at age 74 from injuries suffered in a fall. Sandra Mivelaz, administrator of the H.R. Giger Museum in Gruyeres, western Switzerland, told the AP that Mr.Giger died in a hospital on Monday. Giger's works, often showing macabre scenes of humans and m...

Schumacher showing signs of "awakening"
Former Formula One racer Michael Schumacher is showing signs of consciousness and awakening according to his agent Sabine Kehm. Schumacher has been in an induced coma since his skiing accident in the French Alps last December. Doctors began reducing the sedatives that had been keeping the legendary Michael Schumacher in an induced coma at the end of Jan...

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