Justin Trudeau Breaks Silence On Groping Allegation...
In his first public acknowledgment of a groping allegation dating back 18 years, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said that he remembers the day of the alleged incident quite well but does not recall any "negative interactions" at the event.
Mexicans vote for their next President...
As municipal workers remove political signs and stickers from walls and posts the day before voting, Mexicans go to the polls on Sunday for their next President. They'll be choosing for either a left-wing political change or for continuity.
Man drives van into Netherlands newspaper headquarters... CBC | 2018-06-26 17:57 UTC
A man rammed a van into the Amsterdam headquarters of one of the Netherlands' major national newspapers before setting the vehicle alight Tuesday, an attack that the Dutch prime minister called "a slap in the face of a free press and Dutch democra
Brexit bill becomes law, allowing UK to leave the EU... AFP | 2018-06-26 18:42 UTC
A bill enacting Britain's decision to leave the European Union has become law after months of debate, the House of Commons speaker announced Tuesday, to cheers from eurosceptic lawmakers.The global network of Agence France Presse covers 151 countriesI
Syrian rebels say U.S. won't intervene in south Syria...
The United States has told Syrian rebel factions they should not expect military support to help resist a Russian-backed government offensive to regain opposition-held parts of Syria bordering Jordan and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.