The Norwegian government demanded Moscow explain why and how Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin visited the Svalbard Islands.
Residents in Taman Medan, Malaysia protested outside of a church due to the cross on top of the building. They claim the cross is “challenging Islam.”
FIFA President Sepp Blatter told the world via Twitter that he just met with Russian President Vladimir Putin about the 2018 FIFA World Cup. He claims the tournament will “build bridges.”
An immigrant from Libya penned a first person account in The Guardian about his journey across the Mediterranean Sea to Italy in 2011. He wanted to tell his story, he writes, so the world understands what these people go through to escape the civil war in Libya.
The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) took credit for the suicide attack in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, on Saturday, which killed 35 people and wounded 125. If the claim is true, it is the first appearance on this scale of the terrorist group in Afghanistan.
The New York Islanders defeated the Washington Capitals in overtime, 2-1, after dominating over 99% of the game.
Foreign airlines started to cancel flights to Moscow this week due to the sanctions against Russia from the West and the failing ruble. On Saturday, President Vladimir Putin said in public statements that Russia is more than ready to work closely with the United States.
The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) has released a new video showing terrorists beheading 15 men on the beaches of Libya's Barka Province and 15 other men in the desert in the southern Fazzan province.
After a disappointing show in the first game, the Penguins proved Saturday night that they will not make it easy for the top-seeded Rangers to advance to the second round.
Two huge changes are coming up in the Nashville Predators-Chicago Blackhawks playoff series.
On Friday, a day after outgoing President Goodluck Jonathan rejected help from the UN, Boko Haram slashed the throats of twelve people in northeast Nigeria while the army evacuated the civilians. Terrorists then slaughtered 10 civilians in Cameroon.
The Tibetan mastiff, a large dog breed once so prized among China's elite that each sold for between $130,000 and $250,000, have become so unpopular that slaughterhouses will pay $5 for them.
The second game between the Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens did not possess the drama of the first, but it was just as exciting and physical. Alex Galchenyuk scored in overtime to lift the Canadiens to a 2-0 series lead.
The Washington Capitals finally showed up to play against the New York Islanders. Without goalie Braden Holtby, the Capitals rallied from a two-goal deficit to win 4-3 and even the series at one.
Australian model Sharky Jama, 25, died while fighting in Syria. He left a successful modeling and DJ career to join the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL).
Members of the UN Security Council watched videos of doctors who could not save children after a chlorine gas attack in Syria. The footage was so disturbing, members of the council reportedly broke down in tears.
Western jihadists in the Islamic State (ISIS), seemingly nostalgic for the comfort of the infidel lifestyle, have begun posting photos to social media of Western treats such as Burger King and Pringles, smuggled in from Turkey with future jihadists.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) interviewed 20 Yazidi women and girls at a refugee camp in Dohuk, a governorate in Iraqi Kurdistan. These women described the horrific treatment they endured from the Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL). Rashida, 31, told the group about a lottery ISIS set up for the fighters to receive a woman.
The Malawian government decided to bring back all their citizens from South Africa due to escalating violence against foreigners.
The Islamic State (ISIS/ISIL) charged into eleven of the 35 Christian communities along the Khabur River in Syria in February targeting Tel Tamer, which at the time was protected by Christian fighters and locals determined to defeat the terrorist group. This week, the Islamic State took another shot at conquering it.
Nothing beats the NHL playoffs. The Montreal Canadiens and Ottawa Senators game proved just that with an exciting, action-packed Game One. In the first period, Abdrei Markov accidentally scored on his own goal to give the Senators a 1-0 lead.
In March, an Israeli documentary exposed Hamas's use of trained child soldiers, which is against international law. Now, one month later, the Hamas Interior Ministry itself proudly displayed a picture of a 5-year-old soldier on their Facebook page.
Ali Awad Asiri, the Saudi Arabian Ambassador to Lebanon, told terrorist group Hezbollah they should not be concerned about Yemen.
A Russian biker gang with close ties to President Vladimir Putin, the Night Wolves, announced a victory ride from Moscow to Berlin to celebrate VE Day. The trip is almost 3,750 miles and will pass through Poland, Czech Republic, and Austria. Polish authorities lashed out at the journey, which celebrates the Soviet military.
Roskomnadzor, Russia’s media watchdog group, has updated a “personal data” law to allow for the government to regulate and ban memes using the likenesses of public personalities, including President Vladimir Putin.