Mexico’s Secretariat of National Defense announced Monday that nearly 15,000 troops would be sent to the country’s northern border with the United States in a bid to stem the flow of migrants into the US, for which Washington has attempted to hold Mexico City accountable.
Two Eurofighter aircraft collided midair in the northern German state of Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. Both pilots ejected; one of them survived, while the other has reportedly been found dead.
The US president announced that major sanctions would be put on Iran soon after he stopped the strikes on targets in the Islamic Republic, which were supposed to be a response for the downing of an American drone.
International Space Station's expedition 59 crew members Anne McClain of NASA, David Saint-Jacques of the Canadian Space Agency, and Oleg Kononenko of Roscosmos prepare to return to Earth aboard the Soyuz spacecraft
US President Donald Trump will visit South Korea this weekend to discuss the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, just a few days after North Korean leader Kim Jong Un confirmed that he had received a personal letter from Trump, describing the missive’s content as “excellent.”
The Washington, DC, Metro Transit Police Department was prompted to open an internal investigation over the weekend after cellphone video surfaced showing an officer using his stun gun on an unarmed Metro rider during an altercation.
In a new report, Philip Alston, the United Nations special rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, warned that the world faces a “climate apartheid” in which the wealthy will be equipped to adjust to warmer climates, while the poor will be unable to protect themselves from the threat of global warming.
Two UK Royal Air Force (RAF) fighter jets were forced to accompany a passenger plane back to London on Saturday after a 25-year-old female passenger became extremely disruptive and tried to open the cabin door mid-flight.