After months of internal discussions in the United States government about President Donald Trump’s proposed easing of regulations limiting the export of deadly drones, the White House is ready to formalize the change soon, according to reports.
This week, members of the Council of Paris, the deliberative body responsible for governing the city, will decide whether to shut down a Paris brothel featuring sex dolls after feminists blasted the operation as encouraging rape culture and communist members of the council urged the business to be shuttered.
A memorial ceremony was held in Tokyo Tuesday to mark the 23rd anniversary of the March 20, 1995, deadly sarin attacks on the central Tokyo subway perpetrated by the Aum Shinrikyo cult.
Former American professional tennis player Martina Navratilova told the BBC’s investigative unit, Panorama, this week that she believes John McEnroe, a retired American tennis player, was paid at least 10 times more than she was for commentary they both gave BBC during Wimbledon, perhaps the most prestigious tennis tournament in the world.
The US is currently in the grip of gun restriction mania following a spree of mass shootings. While campaigners are invariably quick to invoke the latest incident as further justification for increased gun restrictions, Dave Ewing, founder of advocacy group Firearms UK, has warned against "kneejerk reactions".
TEL AVIV (Sputnik) - The United Kingdom is dissatisfied with Israel’s response to the case of former Russian intelligence officer Sergei Skripal poisoning, as the Middle Eastern state avoided direct accusations against Moscow, enraging London, local media reported Tuesday, citing a source in the UK embassy.
A plane passenger taking pictures of the rising sun in Texas made an odd discovery Sunday after he noticed a bizarre orange triangle standing out like a sore thumb in his photos.
The United States Air Force’s F-15 fighter jets are slated to start testing their high-energy laser weapons later this year, with an eye to eventually shooting down cruise missiles and drones from the sky, a Pentagon official told reporters Monday.
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