Lebanese security forces on Monday arrested the suspected killer of a woman employed at the UK embassy in Beirut and whose body was found at the weekend, an official said.
It was the kind of sitdown that China had long resisted: Top US officials telling Chinese counterparts how American troops would enter North Korea if the hermit regime collapsed.
Campaigning officially started on Monday for Russia’s presidential election in March, in which President Vladimir Putin is widely expected to win a fourth term that would keep him in power until 2024.
An Indonesian court has sentenced ten men to two years in prison for taking part in a gay sex party at a sauna, court documents show.
The world’s busiest airport, in the US city of Atlanta, said early Monday that power was back on after an outage left passengers in the dark and affected hundreds of flights.
A mudslide that buried much of a village in southern Chile has killed 11 people while another 15 are still missing, authorities said Sunday.
At least 11 Afghan policemen were killed on Sunday when Taliban fighters attacked two checkpoints in the volatile southern province of Helmand, authorities said.
The Pentagon has acknowledged funding a secret multi-million dollar program to investigate sightings of UFOs.
Police in Gabon arrested dozens of people Sunday over a knife attack that wounded two Danish nationals working for National Geographic, apparently in retribution for “US attacks against Muslims,” officials said.
Toronto’s homicide unit has taken over a probe into the “suspicious” deaths of Canadian pharmaceutical billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife Honey, police said Sunday after finding they had died of strangulation.
The European Union and 12 other nations condemned Japan’s Antarctic whaling programme Monday, rejecting Tokyo’s argument that the annual slaughter is for scientific research.