North Korea asserted Tuesday that it would no longer adhere to the moratorium placed on its nuclear and ballistic missile tests, as the US has not held up it end of the agreement and has instead slapped Pyongyang with "the most brutal and inhumane sanctions.”
The World Economic Forum, hosted in Davos on Tuesday and Wednesday, saw the world's top entrepreneurs, scientists, corporate and political leaders come together to discuss the economic future with the priority of sustainable development.
Officials at a US Army depot in Kentucky tasked with destroying the nation’s chemical weapons stockpile announced Tuesday they have recently begun focusing on munitions containing the deadly nerve agent sarin, destroying the materials through an automated two-step process.
A former Cleveland, Ohio, police officer who admitted to urinating on a 12-year-old girl after she refused to get inside his vehicle has been sentenced to 4.5 years in prison.
Mason Toney, 28, was charged with first-degree murder after allegedly killing William Knight on Monday in Orlando, Florida, over a difference in political views.
Brazilian prosecutors issued charges against American journalist Glenn Greenwald, alleging he “directly assisted, encouraged and guided” an operation to obtain text messages that were later published and embarrassed prosecutors. One expert told Sputnik that this is just the latest in a series of attacks against both Greenwald and the free press.
A 5.6 magnitude earthquake hit western Turkey on Wednesday, according to the United States Geological Survey (USGS) and was followed moments later by several aftershocks.
The Brexit Bill, officially known as the EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill, ensures that the UK leaves the EU on 31 January with a deal.