US President Donald Trump suspects that Barack Obama’s administration may have pushed for his campaign to be surveilled in 2016 for alleged links to Russia, according to Trump’s tweet announcing the upcoming probe order.
A Muslim man has been beaten to death by an angry mob of villagers in India for allegedly killing a bovine – an act considered a crime and punishable by imprisonment under local laws.
Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) terrorist group has claimed responsibility for the Saturday attack on an Orthodox church in Russia’s Chechen Republic, which left a worshiper and two police officers dead.
China is launching a new satellite on Sunday as part of its ambitious Chang’e-4 mission to make the first-ever landing on the ‘dark side’ of the moon.
Stand-up comedian Josh Denny has been hit by criticism on social media over remarks he made on Twitter. The comic, who is white, compared the phrase “straight white male” with the ‘N-word’ – a racial slur directed at black people.
Cutting-edge corvette ‘Uragan’ has been deployed to Lake Ladoga for tests before joining Russia’s Baltic Fleet. The ship will boast Kalibr and Onyx missiles, as well as modern electronic equipment.
Roman Abramovich, the billionaire owner of Chelsea Football Club, is reportedly having trouble getting his UK visa renewed.
Iranian FM Javad Zarif told the EU energy chief that the bloc must take “practical steps” to strengthen economic ties with Tehran after Washington’s withdrawal from the nuclear deal, saying that “political support” was not enough.
A controversial photo of student activist Kaitlin Bennett proudly bringing a gun to her graduation day continues to divide the American public, after actor Jim Carrey became the latest person to join the heated debate.
Spain will maintain central government control over Catalonia after the region’s new leader nominated imprisoned and exiled politicians to join his cabinet, El Pais reports. Catalonia’s new leader Quim Torra…