White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, the daughter of former Arkansas Republican Gov. Mike Huckabee, announced she was quitting in mid-June, having held the job for three and half years.
Authorities in the city of Cadiz have reportedly declared a state of emergency as a chemical plant containing highly flammable substances has caught fire.
Tensions between Iran and the US have intensified since Tehran downed an American drone, which as Iran said, had violated the country's borders. Washington, meanwhile, has accused Tehran of allegedly attacking oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman, something that the Islamic Republic denies doing.
The Royal Air Force (RAF) intends to obtain some 138 expensive fifth-generation jets in the coming years, despite the problems, both minor and major that continue to haunt the aircraft and which the manufacturer, Lockheed Martin promises to fix along with introducing improvements to the fighter.
On 15th June, the New York Times reported that Washington was “stepping up digital incursions into Russia’s electric power grid in a warning to President Vladimir Putin”. The article enraged President Donald Trump, who took to Twitter to attack the outlet, calling the “not true” story “a virtual act of treason by a once great paper”.
The Juventus and Portugal forward has taken a well-earned break from football to enjoy the summer holiday with his family on the southern coast of France.
The leader of the Dutch Party for Freedom (PVV) Geert Wilders, who has earned fame as a persistent critic of Islamisation in Europe, was convicted for inciting discrimination due to his promise at a campaign rally to work on curbing migration from Morocco. The lawmaker insists that his prosecution is politically motivated.
Tensions between the US and Iran have spiked dramatically following Thursday's downing of a US spy drone that Iran claimed was operating in its airspace.