Spotify angered some folks in Israel Sunday for showing a map of Israel that omitted the West Bank, Golan Heights and Gaza from the country’s silhouette, the Times of Israel reported Monday.
Two US citizens were detained and questioned by a US Customs and Border Protection officer last week, simply because the officer overheard them speaking Spanish at a northern Montana gas station.
Former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa has blasted the country’s government for depriving WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange of access to the outside world. Meanwhile Ecuador’s Foreign Minister Maria Espinosa stated that she and the UK share the intention to solve the issue. Sputnik spoke with Greg Barns, a member of Julian Assange’s legal team.
It looks like Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has come to some kind of accord with the Palestinian group Hamas. Unfortunately, it’s not exactly the kind of rapprochement the world is hoping for.
A passenger on a Frontier Airlines flight from Colorado to South Carolina was arrested on Thursday after urinating on the back of a seat and allegedly groping two women on the plane.
Recently appointed US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has dedicated his first major foreign policy speech to Iran, its alleged aggression and to the JCPOA. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has commented on Pompeo's address, as quoted by ILNA.
Terrorist groups operating in Syria have been using underground tunnels since the beginning of the long war. What secrets has the Syrian army found in the tunnels and who helped the terrorists build these expensive underground cities? Sputnik takes a look.
Exciting stories from Prince Harry and Meghan’s secretive wedding reception are finally beginning to emerge and one story involves the tennis champion beating everyone at the popular American drinking game.
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