WikiLeaks uploaded on Friday the 14th batch of emails of US Democratic party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta on its website.
Urgent questions are being asked in the House of Commons in Westminster about how Britain checks the ages of asylum seekers arriving in the UK from France.
During the arrest of the former speaker of the lower chamber of the Parliament of Brazil, Eduardo Cunha, on corruption charges the public was focused on one agent of the Federal Police. His appearance got him a nickname, “Hipster da Federal.”
That high priests are not necessarily angels all and nothing human is alien to them was proved once again when one of the hierarchs of the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church was spotted in a Ternopol nightclub dancing in the company of young girls, RIA Novosti Ukraine reported.
To Swedes' astonishment, a recent arson attack in the city of Malmö that only caused minor damage, injured no one and was barely reported in the media has been claimed by Daesh.
The bizarre American craze of people dressing up in sinister clown costumes to terrorize the public has spread to Europe. Two teenagers have been attacked in northern Germany, and police fear the trend will continue to inspire more copy-cat attacks as Halloween approaches.
A new study has found that dealing with stress regularly can help workers be more resilient against getting seriously ill, or even dying early. However, the catch is that the stress must be combined with at least some freedom to make decisions, otherwise the specter of an early death becomes more likely.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May, celebrating her 100th day in power attending the EU summit in Brussels, is set to have talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker amid growing rumors that there could be another option to 'Hard Brexit' - 'No Brexit' or even "Stupid Brexit".
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