British rescuer considers legal action against Musk over 'pedo' tweet
British rescuer considers legal action against Musk over 'pedo' tweet

British rescuer Vern Unsworth says he is considering legal action against US billionaire Elon Musk after he made an unfounded and disparaging claim he was a "pedo", or pedophile, in a now-deleted tweet.

1 hr 40 mins ago
At least 149 killed in Pakistan terror strike targeting political rally
At least 149 killed in Pakistan terror strike targeting political rally

At least 149 people were killed and 186 injured in a suicide attack in Pakistan that targeted the convoy of a political candidate in this month's general election, according to Qaim Lashari, the Deputy Commissioner of...

July 13th, 12:44 pm
India WhatsApp rumors: Mob kills man in latest attack, 30 arrested
India WhatsApp rumors: Mob kills man in latest attack, 30 arrested

Indian police arrested 30 people after a man was lynched by a huge mob incensed by rumors of child kidnapping spread on WhatsApp.

2 hrs 55 mins ago
Japan floods: Heat wave adds to misery in devastated areas
Japan floods: Heat wave adds to misery in devastated areas

A heat wave in southern Japan has killed at least eight people, dealing another blow to a country still recovering from the worst flooding in decades.

4 hrs 15 mins ago
Prince Louis' christening photos show grinning Prince George
Prince Louis' christening photos show grinning Prince George

Kensington Palace has released the first official photographs from the christening of Prince Louis, the third child of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

7 hrs ago
Five miners die in fire in South Africa copper mine, one still trapped
Five miners die in fire in South Africa copper mine, one still trapped

Five miners died in a South African copper mine Sunday after a fire trapped the workers underground, the country's Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union said.

11 hrs 15 mins ago
Pussy Riot claims credit for interrupting World Cup final
Pussy Riot claims credit for interrupting World Cup final

Pussy Riot claimed responsibility for a group of protesters who took the field during the final World Cup match in Moscow on Sunday, indicating in a statement that the field invasion was staged to bring attention to...

13 hrs 16 mins ago
From London to Helsinki, protests followed Trump through Europe all weekend
From London to Helsinki, protests followed Trump through Europe all weekend

Protests were already underway in Helsinki on Sunday as President Donald Trump left Scotland, bound for the Finnish capital ahead of his Monday meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

15 hrs 26 mins ago
Kabul suicide bombing leaves at least seven dead
Kabul suicide bombing leaves at least seven dead

At least seven people were killed and more than 15 were wounded in Kabul, Afghanistan in a suicide attack at the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development, police spokesman Hashmat Stanikzai told CNN.

20 hrs 6 mins ago
Obama is in Kenya for his sister's project. Then he's off to South Africa
Obama is in Kenya for his sister's project. Then he's off to South Africa

Former US President Barack Obama arrived in Kenya on Sunday for a quick family visit before he heads to South Africa to attend Nelson Mandela's birthday tribute.

July 15th, 5:51 am
Death toll in Nicaragua protests reaches 273, human rights group says
Death toll in Nicaragua protests reaches 273, human rights group says

At least 273 people have died and 2,000 have been injured in the unrest that's rocked Nicaragua since April, according to the human rights arm of the Organization of American States (OAS).

20 hrs 16 mins ago
Israel's Netanyahu says no ceasefire with Gaza if arson attacks continue
Israel's Netanyahu says no ceasefire with Gaza if arson attacks continue

Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made clear that Israel will now consider arson attacks from Gaza in the same way that it considers launches of rockets and mortars.

20 hrs 46 mins ago
'Ghana is the future of Africa': Why Google built an AI lab in Accra
'Ghana is the future of Africa': Why Google built an AI lab in Accra

"Google is just a giant scientific research company that happens to make money," this was my first impression when I visited their offices in Mountain View for the first time.

July 15th, 6:06 am
Thai boys trapped in a cave mourn Navy SEAL who died during rescue
Thai boys trapped in a cave mourn Navy SEAL who died during rescue

The 12 boys who were trapped in a cave in northern Thailand for almost three weeks paid tribute to the Navy SEAL who lost his life during the rescue operation.

22 hrs 56 mins ago
Hamas, Islamic Jihad say ceasefire reached with Israel after day of fighting
Hamas, Islamic Jihad say ceasefire reached with Israel after day of fighting

Hamas and Islamic Jihad, the two largest militant factions in Gaza, said Saturday a ceasefire agreement was reached with Israel following a serious spike in fighting between the two sides over the past 24 hours.

July 14th, 10:00 am
Gay men, adulterers publicly flogged in Aceh, Indonesia
Gay men, adulterers publicly flogged in Aceh, Indonesia

As many as 15 people, including five women, were punished with public caning Friday for violating Sharia law in Indonesia's conservative Aceh province.

July 14th, 2:45 am
Two killed in Nicaragua during attack on university and church
Two killed in Nicaragua during attack on university and church

Two men were killed Friday night in Managua after pro-government forces attacked the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua, the strongest protest holdout in the capital, according to Paulo Abrao, the executive...

July 14th, 9:41 pm
Haiti's Prime Minister resigns amid deadly protests
Haiti's Prime Minister resigns amid deadly protests

Haiti's Prime Minister Jack Guy Lafontant resigned Saturday amid violent and deadly protests sparked by a proposed plan to raise fuel prices, according to President Jovenel Moise.

July 14th, 5:55 pm
Helsinki's bunker city: How Finland has survived in Russia's dark shadow
Helsinki's bunker city: How Finland has survived in Russia's dark shadow

On the busy streets of Finland's capital, Helsinki, security preparations are underway to host a much-anticipated summit between US President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

July 14th, 10:35 am
'They have no idea how much danger I'm in'
'They have no idea how much danger I'm in'

Passing by the red brick houses of Stoke-on-Trent, Majhor Abdullah Hagi heads to his English-language class. The quaint English city, known for its pottery and landscape gardens, is a far cry from the genocide he escaped...

July 14th, 6:25 am
Police find source of Novichok nerve agent that killed British woman
Police find source of Novichok nerve agent that killed British woman

A small bottle discovered in the home of Novichok victim Charlie Rowley has been identified as the source of the nerve agent that killed his partner, London's Metropolitan Police said.

July 13th, 12:44 pm
China's new destroyers: 'Power, prestige and majesty'
China's new destroyers: 'Power, prestige and majesty'

China's navy is getting bigger and better and doing it at a speed unmatched by any nation around the globe.

July 13th, 8:24 pm
London protests send clear message to Trump: You're not welcome
London protests send clear message to Trump: You're not welcome

As US President Donald Trump took tea with the Queen in the exalted halls of Windsor Castle on Friday, tens of thousands of people thronged the streets of central London, in a huge and colorful demonstration against a...

July 13th, 7:49 am
Amnesty says Cameroon soldiers executed women, young girl and a baby
Amnesty says Cameroon soldiers executed women, young girl and a baby

Cameroon's 85-year-old president has announced plans to stand for re-election in the country's elections on October 7, amid spiraling violence and alleged human rights abuses in the country.

July 13th, 3:14 pm
Syrian government forces raise flag in Dara'a, birthplace of the war
Syrian government forces raise flag in Dara'a, birthplace of the war

Syrian government forces say they have retaken a town that was the epicenter of the civil war that engulfed the country and the region for more than seven years.

July 13th, 1:43 am
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif arrested after return
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif arrested after return

Former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter have been arrested and are being held in Islamabad after they flew back from the United Kingdom to face prison sentences, authorities said.

July 13th, 5:39 am
8 Endangered black rhinos die after relocation in Kenya
8 Endangered black rhinos die after relocation in Kenya

The relocation of endangered black rhinos has been immediately suspended following the death of eight rhinos at a new sanctuary in southern Kenya, the nation's Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife said Friday.

July 13th, 12:34 pm
Life in prison for ISIS supporter who encouraged attack on Prince George
Life in prison for ISIS supporter who encouraged attack on Prince George

A British ISIS supporter, who called for jihadis to attack 4-year-old Prince George, was given a life sentence for terror offenses Friday, according to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS).

July 13th, 12:24 pm
EU's Jean-Claude Juncker stumbled at NATO gala because of 'sciatica attack'
EU's Jean-Claude Juncker stumbled at NATO gala because of 'sciatica attack'

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker was suffering from a "painful attack of sciatica" at a NATO gala Wednesday that caused him to stumble, according to a spokesman.

July 13th, 10:14 am
Nigeria court jails second man involved in Chibok girls kidnapping
Nigeria court jails second man involved in Chibok girls kidnapping

A Nigerian court has jailed a second man involved in the kidnapping of more than 200 schoolgirls from Chibok town in northeast Nigeria, officials told CNN Friday.

July 13th, 10:44 am