Firm handshakes, warm embraces, kisses, even a bit of grooming: the “bromance” between US President Donald Trump and French leader Emmanuel Macron has provided plenty of material for America’s late night TV comedians.
Police have not yet pronounced on the motive for the attack but have confirmed a Facebook post aligning himself with a subculture of men calling themselves incels is being investigated
The club has apologised and says it plans to learn from the experience
Arsene Wenger admitted Wednesday that the timing of his departure from Arsenal after more than two decades as manager was not his call.
An Indian guru with millions of followers was found guilty Wednesday of raping a teenage devotee on the pretext of ridding her of evil spirits, a lawyer for the victim’s family said.
The decision of a Copenhagen that Danish submarine builder Peter Madsen murdered Swedish journalist Kim Wall onboard his vessel before chopping up her corpse and tossing the body parts into the sea last year, was unanimous.
But non-Jews will also wear kippas at staged shows of solidarity with Jews Wednesday after a spate of shocking anti-Semitic incidents, raising pointed questions about Berlin’s ability to protect its burgeoning Jewish community seven decades after the Holocaust.
US President Donald Trump praised Kim Jong Un as “very open” and “very honorable” on Tuesday, adding the North Korean leader wants to meet “as soon as possible.”
At least 10 people have been killed and dozens more injured in a huge blaze at an illegal oil well in Indonesia, authorities said Wednesday.
Peruvian police hunted Tuesday for two men wanted in connection with the lynching of a Canadian man suspected of killing an elderly female shaman in a remote part of the country’s Amazon rainforest.
Two US senators, one Democrat and one Republican, introduced legislation Tuesday aimed at better protecting online privacy in response to the Facebook data scandal.