A FEMALE passenger pretending to be a terrorist sparked panic by threatening to blow up a plane in Turkey. She ranted she was a member of the banned FETO group, which Turkey's government blamed for a 2016 coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Er
"Very Serious" - 30,000 Pigs Dead As Pig Ebola Spreads In Indonesia's North Sumatra Last month more than 4,000 pigs died from African swine fever (ASF) in Indonesia's North Sumatra province. The outbreak appears to be worsening in December
President Donald Trump "is preparing to announce a long-anticipated drawdown of about 4,000 troops from Afghanistan" according to White House sources who spoke to CNN, the network reported Sunday morning. The Trump Administration has been preparin
Teenage climate change activist Greta Thunberg apologized on Saturday for controversial comments she made at a recent protest. While speaking in Italy on Friday, Thunberg condemned the actions of world leaders who she believes are not adequately addressin
One of the United States' most respected experts on China's oppression of Muslim minorities says the communist nation's touted "poverty alleviation" is nothing more than forced labor. Adrian Zenz, a senior fellow in China studies at th
Paris — Nicolas Martin, poring over the map of France, interrupted his description of the wine from each region when he came to Bourgogne to make an economic comment: The best Burgundian wine is owned by China.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) has called for the U.S. to "re-examine" its relationship with Saudi Arabia after a Saudi national who was in the U.S. for aviation training allegedly carried out a fatal shooting at a Florida military base.
The American election may be dragging on, but the British election, announced just a few short weeks ago, will come to a swift conclusion Thursday, as voters head to the polls. NPR reports that "[t]his will be the fifth major vote in the country in le
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson appears to be steaming toward the parliamentary majority he desperately desires to pass his Brexit deal and end the gridlock in Westminster. Why it matters: Thursday's vote is the culmination of three years of intense