On Wednesday, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced that marijuana will become legal nationwide starting October 17. Canada’s Senate passed the federal government’s bill to legalize marijuana nationwide Tuesday.
On Wednesday, German authorities confirmed that a man arrested last week in possession of toxic substances was planning to develop biological weapons to carry out a terrorist attack.
US President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday that he claims will end the highly-criticized practice of separating families at the border who are trying to enter the country illegally. Pictures of the immigrant detainment facilities have drawn comparisons to concentration camps and internment camps.
In light of the launch of coordinated patrols along a demarcation line near the Syrian town of Manbij by the US-led coalition and Turkey, Sputnik has reached anti-terrorism expert and former Turkish special forces operative Abdullah Ağar for comment.
The Iranian Reza Parastesh is often mistaken for Argentinian football star Lionel Messi due to the fact that they look practically the same. Messi's doppelganger arrived in Moscow ahead of the World Cup.
The head of Government Communications Headquarters - Britain’s controversial spying agency - has publicly infiltrated the Brexit debate, offering a coded warning to Brussels that UK intelligence services save European lives, protection that may vanish if secession negotiations aren’t suitably favorable to British interests.
Taking pride in correctly predicting the outcome of two World Cup games, Sushi the World Cup cat is at it again. This time she foresees the fate of Croatian and Argentinian squads.
As Portugal’s national football team captain Cristiano Ronaldo was preparing for the World Cup match against Morocco, one of his hot exes posted a raunchy snap on Instagram.
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