Malysian police chief publicly confirms murdered man...
On Friday, Malaysia's Inspector-General of Police Khalid Abu Bakar spoke to reporters and confirmed the man murdered in...
Break-in attempted at mortuary housing remains of Ki...
Malaysian police yesterday reported an attempted break-in at the morgue where the body of Kim Jong Nam was being held. ...

Malaysian authorities arrest fourth suspect in killi...
Malaysian authorities on Friday arrested North Korean man Ri Jong Chol, 46, on suspicion of involvement in the murder of Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother to Kim Jong Un, leader of North Korean leader. He died in Malaysia on Monday morning. According to South Korean officials, he was killed by a fast-acting poison administered by two women who approached him in K...

Yemen requests re-evaluation of U.S. ground operatio...
The official government of Yemen issued a statement on Wednesday requesting a re-evaluation the role of the United States in antiterrorism ground operations on its soil, in response to a January 29 raid by United States SEAL Team Six that killed several Yemeni citizens. An earlier report alleged Yemeni officials told the White House their government had wit...

Travel to U.S. resumes after federal judge blocks ex...
In response to a lawsuit filed by Washington State attorney Bob Ferguson in Seattle, U.S. federal judge James Robart on Saturday ordered the suspension of a January 27 executive order issued by U.S. President Donald J. Trump suspending entry to the U.S. by refugees and individuals from seven Muslim-majority countries. The Department of Homeland Security compli...

Tshisekedi's supporters during his 2011 election campaign. (Image: Vote Tshisekedi Presidential Campaign (Flickr).)Congo opposition leader Etienne Tshisekedi dies
Etienne Tshisekedi, leader of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)'s opposition Union for Democracy and Social Progress (UDSP), has died, according to an announcement on Wednesday by the party. He was 84. Tshisekedi was in Brussels, Belgium for medical treatment. He recently spent two years there for health issues, returning in July to DRC capital Kin...

U.S. federal judge halts Trump's ban on refugees, pe...
At 9:00 p.m. U.S. east coast time yesterday (0200 today UTC), a U.S. federal judge in Brooklyn issued an emergency ruling halting deportation of individuals from the U.S. under the ban on individuals from seven majority-Muslim countries entering the United States that president Donald Trump had initiated by executive order on Friday. Another judge in Virginia ...

 ()Anti-abortion March for Life draws thousands in Wash...
Yesterday, thousands of anti-abortion protesters rallied in Washington, D.C. Unlike the half a million who walked to the White House waving signs last Saturday, these came to support one of the policies espoused by the United States president Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence: making abortion harder to come by. This event, called the March for Life...

File photo of a train station in Hannover. (Image: Bobanaut (Panaramio).)German teenager sentenced to six years for stabbing ...
A court in Celle, Germany sentenced sixteen-year-old German-Moroccan girl Safia S. to six years in prison on Thursday for an attempted murder. Safia stabbed a 34-year-old police officer in February last year using a vegetable knife in a train station in Hannover. Phone chats revealed Safia acted on the behalf of ISIL, the judge said, though the militant gro...

 ()Protesters dance for gay rights, health care at Phil...
On Wednesday night more than 1,000 protesters, most of them part of the LGBT community, staged a dance protest they called the 'Queer Rager' outside the Leows Hotel in Philadelphia's Center City, where the U.S. Republican Party has arranged a retreat. Protesters expressed concerns about traditional gay issues, but Republican U.S. President Donald Trump's im...

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, from file (Image: FNDE.)Germany to drop 'lese majeste' law
German justice minister Heiko Maas called this law redundant and said, "the idea of lese majesty arose in an era long gone by. It no longer belongs in our criminal law". A year ago, German satirist Jan Böhmermann presented a poem on the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. In the poem he said Erdoğan "kicks the Kurds, smacks the Christians, all while watch...

File photo of rubble in a Homs street. (Image: Adam Warda (Panaramio).)Czech diplomats secure release of Polish 'terrorist'...
The Czech government on Monday announced its diplomats had secured the release of a Polish citizen imprisoned for terrorism in Syria. The Polish foreign ministry on Tuesday confirmed the release of Leszek Panek, 54, from Wrocław. File photo of rubble in a Homs street. Image: Adam Warda (Panaramio). Polish media reports Panek, who vanished in late 2015 a...

File photo of a refugee camp in Maiduguri, Nigeria. (Image: Voice of America.)Official death toll from Nigerian refugee camp airst...
On Monday Nigerian authorities raised the official death toll from January 17's airstrike upon a refugee camp to 236, though the BBC on Tuesday reported an official told them this was an error and the actual figure was 115. The military said at the time a jet mistook refugees for rebels. There are no words to describe the chaos[...] I saw the bodies of chi...

The crashed aircraft, pictured in 2013 during a display. (Image: Alan Wilson.)UK Civil Aviation Authority issues update on Shoreha...
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) of the United Kingdom yesterday issued an update detailing progress on its response to the August 2015 crash at Shoreham Airshow that killed eleven. The Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) is expected to release a final report within months. It has issued a total of 21 recommendations to the CAA, which yesterday conf...

The main march in Washington D.C. drew over half a million people. (Image: Ted Eytan (flickr).)Women's March becomes largest protest in U.S. history
Though different publications are providing different figures, The Independent reports that between 3.3 and 4.6 million people walked and carried signs, 750,000 in Los Angeles, 575,000 in Washington D.C., 450,000 in New York, 250,000 in Chicago and many smaller figures in other cities, making this the largest protest in American history. In contrast to the pro...

 ()Germany legalises medical use of cannabis
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File photo of a refugee camp in Maiduguri, Nigeria. (Image: Voice of America.)Nigerian jet attacks refugee camp, killing dozens
A Nigerian Air Force jet fighter mistook refugees for rebels yesterday, Nigerian military said, firing on a camp in Rann, Borno State. Dozens of refugees and aid workers died. File photo of a refugee camp in Maiduguri, Nigeria. Image: Voice of America. The lowest estimate from Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is of 50 dead. The BBC estimates at least 52 d...

Prime Minister Theresa May. (Image: UK Home Office.)Theresa May's Brexit speech rules out single market ...
UK Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday announced the government's plans for how to proceed with the United Kingdom's exit, or "Brexit" (British exit), from the European Union. May stated the government would not seek to be a member of the European single market and would instead seek a new trade relationship. May said the UK government would seek access to th...

Artist's rendition of Manning as she views herself. (Image: Alicia Neal.)Obama commutes whistleblower's sentence: Chelsea Man...
The information Manning released to the public through WikiLeaks and The Guardian in 2010 included diplomatic accounts, videos, military incident logs, and battle plans, including footage of an American Apache helicopter firing on suspected Iraqi insurgents, reports of prisoners held in Guantanamo Bay without trial, and records of detainees abused by the Iraqi...

 ()Cargo plane crashes in Kyrgyzstan, killing over 30
A Turkish cargo plane crashed just outside of Manas Airport in Kyrgyzstan en route from Hong Kong to İstanbul early on Monday morning. The crash destroyed approximately fifteen buildings and resulted in the death of over 30 people, including four crew members, according to the Kyrgyz emergencies ministry. A Kyrgyz official tentatively ascribed the crash to pi...

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