Italy initiates €1.5million social media campaign to...
The €1.5million campaign features videos on social media to target the 16–35 age demographic, believed to be most likel...
Gunman attacks Munich shopping centre
Per a Facebook statement by German police, gunfire was reported near Hanauer Street and Ries Street during local evenin...

 ()Three suicide bombings in Yemen kill security personnel
ss="published">Friday, July 22, 2016  Yemen Related articles 22 July 2016: Three suicide bombings in Yemen kill security personnel 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 ...

File photo of Angela Eagle, 2009. (Image: UK government.)Angela Eagle drops out of UK labour leadership contest
Ms. Eagle and Mr. Smith agreed whichever got the least nominations from MPs and MEPs (Members of the European Parliament) would drop out of the leadership race. This comes after MPs' criticism of Corbyn's performance in the recent "Brexit" referendum — which passed despite Labour opposition — displayed in a recent vote of no-confidence in Corbyn's leadership ...

File photo of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, 2016. (Image: Cancillería del Ecuador.)Over 250 killed in failed coup attempt in Turkey
On Friday, the rebels declared martial law claiming to have "taken control of the country" and said Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's government was responsible for damaging Turkey's secular tradition. They shut down Istanbul Atatürk Airport and blocked the two bridges over the Bosphorus, with gunfire and, by some reports, jets dropping bombs in Istanbu...

Clinton speaks at the Planned Parenthood Action Fund on June 10. (Image: Lorie Shaull.)On the campaign trail in the USA, June 2016
The following is the second 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: the effect of the Brexit vote on the US presidential election is examined; a well known bu...

 ()More than 80 people killed in Nice, France attack on...
ss="published">Friday, July 15, 2016  France Related articles 15 July 2016: More than 80 people killed in Nice, France attack on Bastille Day 12 July 2016: Ronaldo-less Portugal beats France 1-0; wins Euro '16 9 July 2016: UEFA Euro 2016, semifinal: hosts France beat Germany 2-0 8 July 2016: UEFA Euro 2016, semifinal: Portugal beats Wales 2-0 6 July 2016: ...

File photo of Theresa May, 2015. (Image: UK Home Office.)Theresa May to become UK Prime Minister as oppositio...
Following the withdrawal of Mrs Leadsom from the Conservative Party leadership election, Party official George Brady said he was expecting to appoint Mrs May as the new party leader. Mrs May, the current home secretary, would succeed David Cameron in this role, and it is expected she will also succeed him as Prime Minister. Mrs Leadsom described a leadership ...

 ()Five police officers killed in Dallas, Texas during ...
ss="published">Sunday, July 10, 2016  Texas Related articles 10 July 2016: Five police officers killed in Dallas, Texas during sniper attack 24 June 2016: Messi sets scoring record for Argentina; defeats USA in Copa América semis 4 May 2016: Six dead following flash flooding in Palestine, Texas 14 February 2016: US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia dies...

 ()Banglagesh suffers bomb attacks on Eid al-Fitr
On Thursday, a militant group attacked a mosque in Sholakia in the Kishoreganj district of northern Bangladesh on Eid al-Fitr killing at least four people including one attacker and two officials, injuring at least twelve people, Bangladeshi police said. Al Jazeera reported two suspects were arrested. More than 200,000 people had gathered for Eid prayers mark...

Map showing locations pertaining to the robbery of Beau Solomon. (Image: OpenStreetMap.)Italian police charge homeless local with murder of ...
On Tuesday, Italian police charged homeless forty-year-old Massimo Galioto with the aggravated murder of Beau Solomon, a college student from Wisconsin, US. The police arrested the man after finding the student's body in the Tiber River in Rome on Monday. The defendant has attorney Michele Vincelli. According to reports, Massimo Galioto is homeless and lived ...

File photo of the Dalai Lama, George W. Bush, and Wiesel in 2007. (Image: Chris Greenburg.)Holocaust survivor and Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel di...
On Saturday, acclaimed writer Elie Wiesel died in New York City at age 87, his family said, following a lengthy illness. Wiesel was born 1928 in the town of Sighet in Romania. Twelve years later, in 1940, his town was included in an annexation by Hungary. In 1944, Wiesel, fifteen at the time, and his family, along with the entire Jewish population in Sighet, ...

File photo of Hillary Clinton, 2016. (Image: Iorie Shaull.)FBI interviews Hillary Clinton over emails
Yesterday, Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was interviewed at FBI headquarters in Washington, D.C. during a process which took over three and a half hours. File photo of Hillary Clinton, 2016. Image: Iorie Shaull. The interview was part of the ongoing probe by the FBI into Hillary Clinton's private email server, created and hosted...

Ataturk Airport overview (Image: Ercan Karakaş.)Suicide bombers attack Istanbul's Ataturk airport
The attack started with the three individuals shooting weapons near the terminal entrance. After police started to return fire the individuals blew themselves up. 41 people were killed in the attack, and at least another 239 injured, according to officials. Those killed include nationals of several countries, including Saudi Arabia and Iraq. While no group h...

 ()UK Labour MPs pass motion of no-confidence in leader...
The vote follows over 20 members of the Shadow cabinet resigning blaming Mr Corbyn's performance leading up to last Thursday's referendum on the UK's membership on the European Union (EU). The Labour party had campaigned for the UK to remain in the EU. During the vote 172 Labour MPs voted in favour of the motion, while 40 voted against it. Four ballots were s...

 ()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 will remain in his post before the UK Conservative Party choose a new leader ahead of their annual conference in October. He also said he would not invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, the process by which a member can leave the EU, leaving t...

Christina Grimmie in 2014 (Image: Justin Higuchi.)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 two 9mm Glock handguns and extra ammunition. He spent that night in a hotel. Following Grimmie's June 10 performance at The Plaza Live, he approached her as she signed autographs and opened fire, shooting her in the head once and the torso three...

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...

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