The mounting pressure on North Korea over its rocket and nuclear programs is reaching a point at which there is a risk of strangling the country, Russia’s deputy Foreign Minister has said, warning that Russia does not support such a tactic.
Compulsory celibacy contributes to child sex abuse, says a newly released Australian report based on thousands of victims’ testimonies. It sheds a light on the heinous scale of abuse at all kinds of institutions.
Authorities in Helsinki have denied a Muslim foundation permission to secure land for a grand mosque in the city, expressing concern about the funding of the project – which would have come from the Gulf Kingdom of Bahrain.
A school in the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad is in hot water after an initiation bash went viral. Booze-fueled revelry starring a pig’s head, blood-stained syringes and a Satanic emblem was endorsed by the school administration.
The top French constitutional authority has for the second time this year scrapped proposed legislation to criminalize visiting terrorist websites, ruling in favor of civil liberties over increased security from terrorism.
A missile unit in Kozelsk is the first in Russia being armed with stationary Yars intercontinental ballistic missiles, with the Defense Ministry releasing unique footage of a 50-ton ICBM being loaded into the underground shaft.
After a wave of anti-Israeli protests, German authorities feel arriving refugees and migrants must be firmly reminded of the country's responsibility to the Jewish state accrued during the Nazi Holocaust.
Police and protesters have come to blows near the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem, amid the ongoing turmoil over the decision to move the US embassy to the city which both Israelis and Palestinians consider their rightful capital.
Pyongyang needs written guarantees of security and an end to military drills on the Korean Peninsula from Washington for negotiations between the sides to begin, a senior Russian senator, Vladimir Dzhabarov, has said.
Women who travelled to Syria and Iraq to join terrorist groups such as Islamic State should be put on trial along with the fighters even if they did not personally take up arms, according to the German Prosecutor General’s Office.
A magnitude 6.5 earthquake has struck the coast of Indonesia leading the country's disaster management agency to issue a temporary tsunami warning. One person has been killed and buildings damaged, a local official said.
Facing a wave of anti-Israeli protests, the German police have introduced additional measures to stop any outbreaks of anti-Semitism. They have even banned taking US and Israeli flags to rallies to prevent them from being burned.
It would seem the more the anti-Trumpers push to have the president removed from office, the more we learn about how the media and such places as the FBI really work. To date the investigation known as Russiagate has revealed preciously little....
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