The rampage continues in Iraqi territory occupied by Islamic State militants, who have now reportedly made a point of eliminating former law enforcement and army officers to preclude the possibility of a popular uprising against their rule.
A Canadian woman has successfully sued Google for displaying her cleavage on Street View. The ruling stated her privacy had been disrespected – despite Maria Pia Grillo being in public, sitting on the steps of her house.
Keeping your thoughts strictly to yourself may soon prove infeasible, with scientists working on a break-through, mind-reading device.
China has completed its first return mission to the moon. After flying around the moon, the unmanned probe landed successfully in the grasslands of Mongolia.
Requests for separate buses for Palestinians in Israel are “unacceptable” and resemble “apartheid,” the country’s Justice Minister said, adding that this kind of discrimination is banned by Israeli law.
The Spanish government said it is concerned that terrorists could use the Ebola virus as a biological weapon against the West.
A nine-year-old Himalayan bear – who is thought to have been the inspiration for the Yeti myth – has been filmed performing stunning spinning tricks with a log in a Siberian zoo.
Most Europeans have no idea how much they pay the EU in taxes and are unable to correctly place Baroness Catherine Ashton within the bureaucratic system, a poll performed by RT in 10 European capitals has revealed.
An international team of investigators has managed to recover more human remains from the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight 17 in eastern Ukraine, the Dutch prime minister has announced, adding that the number of remains is unspecified.
Burkina Faso’s president of 27 years, Blaise Compaoré, has resigned after nearly five days of unrest on the streets of the capital.
If you’re getting distracted at work right now, you should know this: A Danish court has just ruled that firing an employee for updating his Facebook page while on the job was legal.
A political cartoonist for the left-leaning Israeli daily Haaretz has come under fire for likening Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to one of the 9/11 hijackers.
Russian cosmonaut Oleg Artemyev has published his own take on how to snap selfies in zero-gravity – if any of us are lucky enough to get a job in space.
Fans of Brazilian football club Corinthians will soon have an opportunity to remain close to their favorite club literally forever and always.
With the Italian economy crippled by recession, more and more churches are being deconsecrated and sold to private buyers, who repurpose these former houses of God into banks, theaters, night clubs and even car repair shops.
Following India’s successful attempt to put a vehicle in Mars orbit, the New York Times published a cartoon acknowledging the event that some called racist.
Another anti-police brutality protest turned violent in the French city of Rennes, with masked youths and police engaging in running street battles.
When a gunman stormed the Canadian parliament, a guard, Alain Gervais, held a hallway door shut with his body so as not to let him through.
Hundreds of US-led airstrikes and daily multi-million dollar military operations have failed to stem the tide of foreign fighters entering Iraq and Syria, who continue to pour in by their thousands, according to multiple reports.
The Hungarian government has shelved a proposed tax on internet traffic after mass protests gripped Budapest.