At least six people were killed on Tuesday when a suicide car bomb ripped through a base used by a local security force in Yemen’s southern port city of Aden, residents said, in an attack claimed by Islamic State.
Alaska urged to prepare for North Korean nuclear attack as residents told to have emergency stash of food and water
Alaska is being urged to prepare for a North Korean nuclear attack – amid fears that a warhead ‘could reach residents in 20 minutes’.
Gunmen have killed 15 men and a police official and three of his family members in separate attacks in Pakistan’s southwestern province of Balochistan.
Bitcoin again shows its potential and power when the banking system again shows its potential for mass collapse and hysteria.
Only a few weeks after a team of experts warned Congress that the nation faces an “existential threat” from North Korea from a possible electromagnetic pulse attack, a new report says the rogue nation is mapping a specific plan.
North Korea lashed out at President Donald Trump Wednesday, declaring that he has been “sentenced to death.”
As we like to constantly remind everyone, Mother Nature seems to have it out for us. Earthquakes in California, South Korea and Iraq, hurricanes in the Caribbean, tornadoes in the Midwest and everywhere a trailer park can be found. And while natural disasters like those tend to come in waves – literally if it’s a tsunami – we do not speak enough about flooding as if floods had became too ‘normal’. Meanwhile, record rainfall, stronger monsoon season and heavy storms are increasing in intensity around the world, leaving countries and their inhabitants ‘six feet under’ water in states of emergency.
Sea shanties and tales have been spun since the dawn of man about horrific creatures in the sea terrorizing ships and eating crew members right off the decks.
ISIS has issued a chilling threat against the Vatican just weeks before Christmas, where tens of thousands of people from around the world gather to celebrate the Christian holiday.
Chinese officials and residents in a rural area of Jiangxi province have revealed a government plan to “melt the hard ice” in the hearts of Christians towards communism by denying them pivotal poverty relief packages if they do not replace images of Jesus in their households with photos of President Xi Jinping.
A social media campaign is pressuring Sweden to adopt a Turkish-style flag due to Islam’s rapid growth in the country.
Nearly a dozen people have lost their lives when a bomber blew up his explosives-laden vehicle near forces loyal to the Saudi-backed former Yemeni President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi in the southern port city of Aden.
According to the report, the country has already overtaken Brazil and Russia becoming the second biggest BRICS economy after China. It is also projected to pass France and the UK as the world’s fifth largest economy behind Germany by 2019.
From tiaras to tutus, firemen’s helmet and superhero cloaks, boys and girls should wear what they want without conforming to gender stereotypes, the Church of England said on Monday.
A magnitude 4.7 earthquake that struck Monterey County late Monday morning was felt in parts of northern California, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
Almost two dozen police officers have been killed by Taliban militants in southern Afghanistan.
Three US nuclear-powered Nimitz-class aircraft carriers representing nearly $30 billion of advanced military hardware put on show of force in the Western Pacific Ocean over the weekend, the first time three of the 100,000-ton behemoths have sailed together in a decade. Amidst heightened tensions with North Korea the USS Ronald Reagan, USS Nimitz, and the USS Theodore Roosevelt are currently engaged in a four day war games exercise which will link up with allies Japan and South Korea, who are also participating.
Saudi Arabia has scrambled its air force for strikes in Lebanon amid fears of a new war in the Middle East, according to reports.
A North Korean soldier was shot by Pyongyang forces on Monday while trying to escape through the de-militarized zone between North and South Korea, officials said.
Dozens of people have been killed and hundreds injured in Iran and Iraq, according to early estimates by local officials, after a powerful 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck the region Sunday.