According to Canadian laws the file on the country’s former prime minister would have become available for the public to study in September next year on the 20th anniversary of his death, if it hadn't been destroyed decades ago.
The comedian took aim at the first lady’s appearance when he offered some kind of joking Freudian breakdown of the Republican Party and Donald Trump in a segment on Father’s Day. While accusing the current US president of doing a poor job on infrastructure, he hinted at his wife’s rumoured fancy for plastic surgery.
A large-scale power outage early Sunday morning has left millions of people in at least two South American countries - Argentina and Uruguay - without electricity.
A mythical half-human creature was reported to have risen above Pripyat just in front of bewildered plant staffers in the days leading up to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in northern Ukraine.
The government of India has long been floating the idea of increasing duties on a number of American goods in response to Washington’s decision to slap bigger tariffs on imports of Indian steel and aluminium, worth about $1.5 billion every year.
PewDiePie has released a fresh video, suggesting that his YouTube channel was losing popularity just a day after Indian music label and movie studio T-Series received the official Guinness World Records certificate for becoming the first to surpass the 100 million subscriber milestone on the video-sharing platform.
The 24-year-old developed her taste for inking when she was a teen struggling with depression. So far, she has artificial fangs, over 100 tattoos, eyeballs that have been inked blue – which caused her to lose her eyesight for some time – as well as has had her tongue cut in half and made her ears pointier. However, she’s not going to stop here.
A second mysterious attack on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman has escalated already simmering tensions in the Middle East and marred Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's talks in Tehran. Mark Sleboda, a security analyst and former nuclear reactor operator in the US Navy, has suggested that US military forces were likely involved in the incident.