A video of a gigantic python coiling itself around an Indonesian local’s ankle while other villagers successfully wrestle him out of its clutches has gone viral.
The number of migrants seeking asylum at the southern US border has jumped by 67 percent this year, according to data recently released by the US Customs and Border Protection.
The Afghan Air Force for the first time conducted nighttime airstrikes on targets Sunday.
After he appeared on a podcast expressing skepticism that humans have ever walked on the moon, Golden State Warriors point guard Stephen Curry received an invitation from the US space agency, NASA, to prove to him the feat was accomplished.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai was in the hot seat on Tuesday as US lawmakers on the House Judiciary Committee grilled him with questions about political bias at the company, the company’s plans to wade into the Chinese market with the Dragonfly search application and data privacy.
Anti-Semitic fliers were recently found in Squirrel Hill, the Pittsburgh neighborhood where a gunman opened fire into a synagogue on October 27, killing 11 people and injuring six others.
She was groomed and raped as a child but went on to expose the biggest child sexual exploitation scandal in Britain. Now she campaigns to change the law in order to ban rapists with kids conceived by rape from applying for access/rights. Sputnik spoke to Rotherham abuse scandal victim and campaigner Sammy Woodhouse.
Croatia’s purchase of half a billion dollars’ worth of F-16 fighter aircraft from Israel has sparked a bit of controversy, with Croatian officials saying the deal has the green light, while US officials say that’s not the case.
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