At least 28 people have been killed and over 120 wounded in the Libyan capital of Tripoli, where rival factions vying for control in the fractured country clashed on Friday using tanks, armored vehicles and pickup trucks mounted with anti-aircraft guns.
Ariana Grande will stage a benefit concert for victims of the Manchester suicide bombing which killed 22 and left 64 people injured, telling her fans on social media that “we won’t let hate win.” Read Full Article at RT.com
The Egyptian Air Force has targeted militant camps in Libya in retaliation for the deadly attack on a bus carrying Coptic Christians, which left at least 28 dead and 23 injured.
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The proposed EU regulated slaughter of an unregistered four-year-old cow named Margarita from Catalonia has prompted a petition to save her which has garnered over 178,000 signatures.
Germany’s Protestant Church's minute of silence in memory of thousands of migrants who perished trying to cross the Mediterranean to Europe has been interrupted by a man who shouted that people are forced to flee because the West “exploits Africa.” Read Full Article at RT.com
Nine women attempting to stage a 'burkini party' have been arrested in Cannes, days after a decree was issued banning public demonstrations during the city's film festival.
A passenger plane and a drone almost collided earlier this month above the city of Zurich, Switzerland, a newly released report shows.
China told the US that it has tightened security at its border with North Korea, according to a top US diplomat.
Russia and NATO are facing the deepest crisis in relations since the Cold War, the Russian Foreign Ministry said.
Footage of the prototype multi-purpose Ka-62 helicopter successfully passing its very first flight test was posted online by Russian Vice Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin.
An Iraqi official has said that compensation should be paid for a US-led coalition airstrike, after a Pentagon investigation determined that more than 100 civilians were killed in the March attack.
German kindergartens must notify health authorities about parents who fail to prove they have been counselled on child vaccination, the Health Ministry says, ahead of a law set to be passed next week.
Two senior Russian diplomats have been ordered to leave Estonia, the Russian embassy and Estonian Foreign Ministry have confirmed to RT, adding that they cannot give any further comment.
America’s Government Accountability Office (GAO) has said that the Defense Department has “limited visibility and accountability” over arms and equipment sent to Iraqi and Kuwaiti forces, fueling concerns over where US weapons ultimately end up.
An Ancient Greek-style statue of Lady Justice has been removed in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, after long-running demands from an Islamist group.
At least 35 civilians were killed by US-led airstrikes in Syria on Thursday evening, according to state media.
Folks who snort lines of cocaine “only recreationally,” to socialize and have fun with friends, are actually much closer to becoming hooked than they think, say researchers, who found that just watching someone using cocaine can bring on cravings.
Gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying Coptic Christians in Minya, Egypt on Friday, killing at least 23 and injuring 25.
The Maute group confronting the Philippine army in Marawi City is no longer considered a local terrorist organization as it has been reinforced by jihadists of Malaysian, Indonesian and “other nationalities,” the country’s authorities have announced.