German Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed Thursday that Berlin would not deliver any new arms to Turkey so long as Ankara continues its controversial military campaign in northern Syria.
Six Bulgarian football fans were detained in Sofia on Wednesday for the racial abuse of English players at the Euro 2020 qualifier on Monday, with UEFA announcing an immediate inquiry into the matter and Bulgarian Football Union president Borislav Mihaylov resigning from his post.
At least 400,000 people in the US reportedly died after overdosing on prescription painkillers and illegal opioids between 1999 and 2017, in what is considered one of the worst public health crises in the country’s history.
The Democrats’ impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump were initiated last month after a whistleblower complaint alleging that Trump abused his powers by pressing his Ukrainian counterpart Volodymyr Zelensky to investigate 2020 US election candidate Joe Biden.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that his country and Brussels have reached a “great new” Brexit deal, the text of which still needs the approval of the UK and the EU parliaments, against the backdrop of the crunch EU summit and the fast approaching 31 October withdrawal deadline.
Ballistic and cruise missile launches were held as part of the Thunder-2019 strategic exercises led by Russian President, Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Armed Forces Vladimir Putin, the Defence Ministry said.
The Iowa Department of Natural Resources has confirmed that the substance that filled the family’s basement is comprised of animal blood, fat and bones.
President Trump is well known for his bizarre history lessons, which often contradict what is being taught in schools and what official accounts say, and his recent statement on historical ties between the United States and ancient Rome has drawn lines on social media.