Merkel says Europe can't rely on U.S. to impose world order
An Ottawa man acting as executor of a will says TD Canada Trust gave him "faulty advice" to mail $500,000 in bank drafts to family members in the US - a move that caught the attention of U.S. border officials, who seized the money. Almost a year later, the money is still stuck at the border.
A U.S. federal judge has ruled it unconstitutional to prohibit transgenders in Puerto Rico from modifying their birth certificates according to their gender identities. Puerto Rico now joins the 47 U.S. states which allow transgenders to amend their birth certificates as they see fit.
'Several wounded' in stabbing on German bus
Israeli Army told to prepare for large-scale military operation in Gaza
Report: Suspects in British poisoning attack fled to Russia
Putin warns NATO against closer ties with Ukraine and Georgia
U.S. rejects Russia idea for referendum in eastern Ukraine
Russia Brags Of ‘Verbal Agreements’ With Trump, US Unsure What They Were
Mossad helped thwart major Iranian terror attack in France
Facebook must adhere to German Holocaust denial laws, says Berlin
Lebanon to legalize medical marijuana after McKinsey report
Trump’s Fed Outburst: All Downside, No Upside
Macron to fire bodyguard caught on camera beating protester
The Arctic is on fire, and you can see it from space
Russia fears leak of hypersonic missile secrets to West
Trump invites Putin to Washington on Twitter.
Lawmakers cut anti-ZTE measure from must-pass bill
Eight injured in attack on bus in Germany
Authorities in Macau, the world’s largest gambling hub, will care for more than 600 greyhounds after their owner renounced them ahead of the closure of China’s only dog-racing track on Saturday. Move likely to save dogs, majority of which came from Australia, from death or inhumane treatment.
Putin accuses U.S. forces of trying to ruin Trump summit outcome
Thirteen dead as Missouri storm sinks 'duck boat'
North Korea has largest number of modern-day slaves in world, with just over one in 10 of population subjected to forced labour at hands of repressive state...shocking abuse outlined in newly released 2018 Global Slavery Index, largest survey in world of human slavery and forced marriage.
Thieves steal 114 tonnes of cobalt from secure Rotterdam port unit
US and South Korea brief UN on Trump-Kim Jong un summit
Russia tests new nuclear weapons after summit with Trump
White House says Ukraine referendum not on table
Remarkable footage released of uncontacted indigenous man who has lived alone in Amazon forest for at least 22 years. Semi-naked and swinging an axe vigorously as he fells tree, man, believed to be in his 50s, has never been filmed so clearly before and appears to be in excellent health.