Lipa Schwartz, a 62-year-old Jewish resident of New York City's Brooklyn borough, was heading over to his local synagogue for the Sunday morning service when he suddenly became the victim of a livery driver's rage.
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren has for years faced criticism about her nebulous claims of indigenous heritage, including mockery by US President Donald Trump, who calls her “Pocahontas.” However, now that Warren’s got DNA results in hand, Trump claims he doesn’t remember promising to give $1 million to charity if she proved her background.
An Air India flight attendant was injured Monday after falling off an aircraft parked at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport.
Sputnik has obtained amateur footage of the suspected movement of US military convoys along Czech and Slovak roads, with the quiet transfers receiving no coverage from local or foreign media.
On October 10, Al Jazeera published photos of 15 alleged Saudi nationals who reportedly arrived in Istanbul on October 2 and may be involved in the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. However, a Saudi man claims that one of these men is actually his brother who died last year.
China sold off another $3 billion-worth of US sovereign debt last week, piling on to new anti-dumping tariffs on US chemicals and duties on $60 billion-worth of US goods introduced last month. But China's real secret retaliatory measures may come in another form: through mergers and acquisitions.
The US Secret Service is reported to have foiled an assassination attempt on President Donald Trump during his 2017 visit to the Philippines. Whether the threat to Trump's life was serious or not, he isn’t the only US President to evade an assassin’s putative bullet - some have come far closer to death than he, in much less publicized cases.
It emerged earlier this month that Moscow had supplied S-300 air defense systems to Syria, raising concerns in Israel and the United States. The move followed the accidental downing of a Russian Il-20 surveillance aircraft on September 20.
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