At least 27 people have perished and 54 are missing after an overcrowded boat sank in a river in the Democratic Republic of Congo, a local official said Sunday.
“This person, who was gathering information and was directly guided by America, was sentenced to 10 years in prison, but the sentence can be appealed,” spokesman Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei said on state TV on Sunday, as cited by Reuters.
Eberwein was a former Haitian government official who was expected to expose the extent of Clinton Foundation corruption and malpractice next week.
The number of Italians living in absolute poverty reached its highest level for more than ten years in 2016, according to a report from the Italian National Institute of Statistics ISTAT.
THERE’S nothing like a tattoo convention to bring the local freaks out of the shadows – and Colombia’s Expo Tattoo Fair was no exception.
The dogs, which are test tube bred in a lab, have twice the muscle mass of their natural counterparts and are considerably stronger and faster.
Trade between Moscow and Beijing has increased significantly in the first six months of the year, according to the Chinese customs administration.
Work on the first section of the Trump border wall was started on federally-owned land in South Texas, according to a media report.
Raging for nine months, the street-by-street fight to retake Mosul from the Islamic State outlasted the Battle of Verdun — the longest and largest conflict of World War I. As Iraqi forces won back the city this week, death, destruction, and dust are all that’s left in Iraq’s second-largest metropolis.
At least one person is dead and about 337,000 households were left without power as rare snowfall hit the Chilean capital, Santiago. The unusual weather saw temperatures dropping below zero, said to be the lowest in almost a decade.
With more than a third of Somalia’s population now facing starvation, new statistics show that in addition to hunger, many women in Somalia are at risk for being raped.
Parents are turning children into human “computers” trained to spit out facts rather than actually understanding anything
Today’s parents, guardians, and teachers often have conflicting views on how to raise happy and successful children. More often than not, they are torn between being either being too strict or too lenient in allowing children their independence. However, two prominent professors pointed out that today’s children are being reared in a manner similar to handling computers.
Nato and Ukraine’s navy are taking part in joint exercises on the Black Sea involving more than 3,000 military personnel.
A recent poll says Americans now view North Korea as a greater threat to its national security than Islamic State. That’s because the US media concentrates on scaremongering reporting and not on analyzing the root cause of the crisis, says investigative journalist Tim Shorrock.
Justin Trudeau has made a barely disguised jab at Donald Trump’s inward-focused ‘America First’ doctrine, imploring governors from across the US to promote a “thinner border” with Canada.
The Iranian and Russian navies have staged joint exercises in the Caspian Sea to strengthen naval cooperation between the two countries.
If the potential for a productive relationship between President Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron initially seemed a scant possibility, Trump’s whirlwind Bastille Day visit to France suggested that the two may be en route to establishing a partnership of the kind the U.S. president currently shares with few other world leaders, especially in Western Europe.
It is a faith of new gods — millions of them. It’s polytheistic, in a sense, except where the Bible (Romans 1:23) speaks of the people making idols in their own image, this religion goes a step further: we ourselves are the gods.
A gay couple from Serbia were nearly beaten to death at a German refugee camp.