Catalonia's authorities refused to acknowledge the single law enforcement coordinator appointed by Madrid on Saturday to cease the impending October 1 independence referendum amid growing protest sentiment.
After calling a prominent football star a “son-of-a-bitch” and suggesting that fans walk out of games if players display actions of peaceful protest, stars of the sport, as well as members of the brass that run and regulate the game, have universally condemned US President Donald Trump.
The US State Department stated on Friday that the country’s military defense networks will shoot down a North Korean ballistic missile if it flies over the island territory of Guam, but experts in the field have claimed that the Pentagon is flat-out wrong.
Many White House staffers who joined Trump’s administration in January are now looking for a way out, reaching out to headhunters, lobbyists and GOP operatives, in desperate attempts to find new jobs.
The Iraqi armed forces killed over 200 Daesh militants in Hawija during first days of their massive offensive and liberated vast areas occupied by terrorists.
The Russian lawmaker of the parliament's state lower chamber expressed concerns over potential shipments of lethal armament to Ukraine. The statement came a day after reports appeared that Canadian government is mulling deliveries of lethal weapons to Kiev.
UK London’s transport regulator, Transport for London (TfL), has rejected Uber’s application for a license renewal, claiming that the beleaguered for-profit rideshare company is “not fit and proper to hold a private operator license.”
As the increasingly absurd rhetorical provocations between North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and US President Donald Trump intensify, world leaders shake their heads, suggesting that pointless name-calling solves nothing.
Attendees heckled Turkish President Erdogan in New York City during the latter’s speech for the Turkish American National Steering Committee as security services grabbed protestors and violently hustled them out of the building
North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho stated in his address to the UN General Assembly that nobody except US President Donald Trump himself is on a 'suicide mission'.
Chinese hotel guests had a row with the management on Wednesday after one of them was "attacked" by something that was hiding in a pillowcase in her room.
Eight months into her tenure, Melania Trump is set to make her first solo trip abroad as the first lady of the United States.
The Turkish parliament on Saturday approved a motion to extend a mandate, authorizing military operations in Syria and Iraq for one year, in the light of a scheduled referendum on the independence of Iraqi Kurdistan, which Ankara strongly opposes, according to the voting results.
US airforce B-1B Lancer bombers escorted by fighter jets are displaying American military might near North Korea's coast.
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson expressed on Saturday his concern over the latest Iranian ballistic missile test and called on Tehran to stop provocative actions.
While German voters prepare to make the most important decision over the last couple years - electing their new chancellor - equally dramatic events are being unveiled in neighboring France.
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moualem stated in his address to UN General Assembly that the country reserves the right to respond to any violation of its territorial unity.
US Ambassador to Russia John Tefft, who is completing his mission in Moscow, said on Saturday that he would leave the country in a week.
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