The Nord Stream 2 pipeline, which will transport Russian gas to Germany under the Baltic Sea, is nearing its completion despite efforts by the US to obstruct the project by imposing sanctions on companies involved in it.
During the past few days there has been fighting in 200 areas in Afghanistan, Afghan English-language news channel Tolo News reported on 17 June, citing the increase in violence in the Central Asian nation.
Two CIA veterans have suggested a way to prepare children for various emergency situations through the use of a game to help make contact and promote deeper trust between parents and kids.
Pakistan's Inter-Services Intelligence reportedly helped channel US aid to Mujahideen guerrillas fighting a Soviet-allied Afghan government from 1979 to 1992, and later backed the Taliban's rise to power over other squabbling warlords in the war-torn country.
The practice of re-opening graves to remove symbolic items, including swords from men's burials and broaches from women's, spread widely across Europe in the sixth century but died out in the eighth. The motives for the practice remain unknown.
UFO hunters across the world are expecting major revelations, as the American military is expected to release a report to Congress on the issue of "unexplained aerial phenomena" (UAP).
The US Navy conducted shock trials of the USS Gerald R. Ford on Friday to test its capability of withstanding shockwaves from explosives in real combat scenarios.
PM Boris Johnson's big-spending post-Brexit plans include building a new royal yacht, state aid to keep care home residents burning through their families inheritance and and ambitious global Green agenda.