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, st...
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 Wedne...

 ()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...

 ()FIFA ethics committee recommends lifetime ban of for...
The adjudicatory chamber of FIFA (International Federation of Association Football)'s independent ethics committee has opened up proceedings against former FIFA Vice-President Jeffrey Webb. In a statement released on Wednesday the ethics committee recommended Mr Webb receive a lifelong ban from all footballing activities for multiple violations of the articles...

File photo, Mikumi National Park, Tanzania, 2011. (Image: Muhammad Mahdi Karim.)100 tons of ivory burned in Africa; estimated at $25...
Celebrities Kristin Davis, Leonardo DiCaprio, Nicole Kidman, George Soros, and Elton John were also there. Kenya Wildlife Service director Kihili Mbathi says the ivory has no worth for them. Only the living animals matter. Kenya, Tanzania, and other countries heavily affected by illegal hunting of elephants have varying policies on this matter. Tanzania saves...

 ()Charges against Sally Faulkner and 60 Minutes news c...
Brisbane mother Sally Faulkner and the crew of Australian current affairs program 60 Minutes are free to leave Lebanon after kidnapping charges against them were today dropped. Faulkner reportedly made a deal to secure her release, accepting her estranged husband Ali el-Amine's custody of her two children. This comes after she allegedly hired professionals to...

 ()Lebanon child abduction charges against mother may b...
Sally Faulkner, who allegedly hired professionals to snatch her children from Beirut last week, was offered kidnapping charges to be dropped if she relinquishes custody of her children, according to reports yesterday. This is on the condition she will have full access rights, but must never take the children back to Australia. The children's father and Faulkn...

map of Lahore (Image: Nomi887.)Bomb explosion in Lahore kills more than 65 on Easter
A suicide bombing killed more than 65 people, by varying reports, in Lahore, Pakistan, yesterday evening in Gulshan-e-Iqbal Park. More than 280 people were injured. Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, a Taliban-offshoot group, claimed the responsibility of the bombing which detonated just a few feet away from the swing-set. map of Lahore Image: Nomi887. When the blast ...

Locations of the attacks in Brussels. (Image: Rauletemunoz.)Explosions at Brussels airport and subway systems
At least 26 people, according to Belgian officials, have been killed and many more have been injured today following attacks on transport infrastructure in Brussels, the capital of Belgium. Authorities have stated one of the explosions, at approximately 08:00 (Central European Time, UTC+1) in the check-in area at Brussels Airport, was likely conducted by a sui...

 ()Suicide bomber attacks Istanbul, kills four
ss="published">Monday, March 21, 2016  Turkey Related articles 21 March 2016: Suicide bomber attacks Istanbul, kills four 14 March 2016: Azerbaijani official Samir Sharifov accused of spying 5 February 2016: States pledge $10 billion for aid to Syria 14 December 2015: UEFA Euro 16 draw takes place in Paris 27 November 2015: Navigator of downed Russian jet ...

 ()Azerbaijani official Samir Sharifov accused of spying
ss="published">Monday, March 14, 2016  Azerbaijan Related articles 14 March 2016: Azerbaijani official Samir Sharifov accused of spying 12 April 2014: Spain's men remain on top of FIFA global rankings for April 2014 14 October 2013: Opposition rally in Baku ends in violent arrests 26 September 2013: 2012 Report on Gender Equality and Development credits Ic...

 ()Gunmen murder Honduran indigenous leader Berta Cáceres
fobox noprint" style="margin-left: 5px; float: right; width: 200px; background: #edf7ff; border: solid #666666 1px; padding: 0px; font-size: x-small; clear:right;"> Honduras Related articles 4 March 2016: Gunmen murder Honduran indigenous leader Berta Cáceres 12 July 2014: Texas governor voices criticism regarding US federal border policies 26 September 2013...

Antonin Scalia. (Image: US Supreme Court.)US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia dies, aged 79
Antonin Scalia, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, died at the age of 79, according to a Saturday afternoon statement by Chief Justice John G. Roberts. Reports indicate Scalia died of apparently natural causes while on a trip this weekend in Texas. He was nominated for his Supreme Court position by President Ronald Reagan in 1986. Scalia's...

 ()Man threatens police with knife at Paris police stat...
According to officials, a man, whose identity was not disclosed, entered a Paris, France police station yesterday brandishing a knife before police fatally shot him. Investigators said they have found evidence indicating the attacker was associated with the militant group ISIS. A witness account to French news network i-Télé said police first told the man t...

File photo of Dira Square, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, where public executions are carried out under Sharia Law; Saudi officials said the 47 people executed were not executed publicly, but rather within prisons. (Image: Luke Richard Thompson.)Saudi Arabia executes 47 people as 'terrorists'
Some of those executed were reportedly Al-Qaeda militants behind terrorist attacks. Before the executions, an Al-Qaeda branch from Yemen threatened Saudi authorities with violence if they executed their members. Among those executed was a Shia Muslim cleric who criticized both the royal family of Saudi Arabia and that of Bahrain; he condemned Bahrain's suppre...

File photo of a Mac's Convenience Store in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (Image: Myke2020.)Three accused of murdering Edmonton, Alberta conveni...
Yesterday, three people, all of whom had previous criminal offenses, appeared in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada court accused of first degree murder; they allegedly killed two Mac's convenience store clerks during robberies at two different stores on Friday. According to police, the victims were alone in their respective stores when the gunmen arrived. The clerks ...

 ()UK court remands man in custody over Leytonstone kni...
A UK court has remanded a man in custody after he appeared in court over a stabbing incident in the capital London. Muhaydin Mire, a 29-year-old from east London, was charged with attempted murder after reportedly at least two people were injured, one seriously, in Leytonstone tube station on Saturday. The suspect, who spoke only to confirm personal details in...

File photo: A car bomb explodes in Iraq. (Image: SPC Ronald Shaw Jr., U.S. Army.)Car bombing kills Yemen government official; ISIS cl...
Yesterday, at least seven people including Aden, Yemen governor Jaafar Mohammed Saad died in a car bomb attack on their convoy in the city of Aden, according to local officials. An online claim of responsibility on behalf of militant group ISIS called Saad a "tyrant". An online post purportedly from the group claimed they detonated the bomb as Saad's convoy p...

 ()Gunman attacks Planned Parenthood clinic, killing th...
ss="published">Saturday, November 28, 2015  Colorado Other stories from Colorado 28 November 2015: Gunman attacks Planned Parenthood clinic, killing three, before surrendering 7 January 2015: FBI investigating explosion near NAACP office in Colorado Springs 6 March 2014: Jon Lujan named United States flag bearer for 2014 Winter Paralympics opening ceremony...

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