The U.S. Embassy in Ankara has denied reports that American pastor Andrew Brunson will be released from house arrest and allowed to return back to the United States.
The video streaming service Vimeo has become the latest company to remove content created Alex Jones’s InfoWars, following an intense blacklist campaign led by CNN and other progressive media.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Sunday urged the country’s young people to make citizens arrests on those they suspect of corruption, including members of their own families.
Backlash embroiled British comedian Jack Whitehall’s casting as Disney’s first gay character in the upcoming production of The Jungle Cruise.
Actor Danny DeVito falsely claimed in an interview with The Daily Beast published on Saturday that the Trump administration is keeping illegal aliens in “concentration camps.”
Yemen’s Iranian backed Shiite Houthi rebels supported a call by the United Nations for an investigation into the legality of recent Saudi airstrikes as the humanitarian toll in Yemen continues to rise.
Three South Korean companies illicitly purchased and imported North Korean coal disguised as Russian product in a flagrant violation of U.N. sanctions, the Korea Customs Service announced on Friday.
Hollywood celebrities ripped into the Trump administration’s plans to create a Space Force program, decrying it as everything from a waste of money to a distraction from the Mueller investigation.
Members of Bashar al-Assad’s Syrian Arab Army dropped leaflets over Idlib province on Thursday, warning civilians in the rebel-held territory that they should surrender as the brutal seven-year war reaches its conclusion.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has chosen a hardline Muslim cleric as his running mate in next year’s presidential election, hoping to improve his credentials among the country’s Islamic population.
A conservative New York artist erected a 20-foot pro-Trump installation on the lawn of one of his clients in Staten Island.
Minnesota Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton declared August 8th as a statewide “Beyoncé and Jay-Z Day” in anticipation of the megastar couple’s concert in Minneapolis.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro has ordered the arrest of two opposition lawmakers for the drone attack on him that took place last Saturday.
North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Yong-ho met with his Iranian counterpart Mohammad Javad Zarif in Tehran on Tuesday, hours after U.S. oil sanctions against the Iranian regime came into effect.
In the latest development in its ongoing diplomatic row with Canada, Saudi Arabia has announced that it will remove all patients who are currently receiving treatment in Canadian hospitals, while Ottawa urges the Islamic Kingdom to free imprisoned human rights activists.
A Japanese medical school deliberately marked down women’s test scores for at least a decade, an investigation panel claimed on Tuesday, describing it a “very serious” case of discrimination.
The government of Saudi Arabia has suspended all flights to Canada and withdrawn all state-sponsored students at Canadian universities following a row over criticism of the country’s multiple human rights abuses.
The actor, screenwriter, and American Physco author Bret Easton Ellis sounded off an array cultural issues during an interview with Rolling Stone, notably complaining of how speech is being “muzzled” and how Hollywood has become “more uninteresting” than ever.
Brazil’s Supreme Court has ruled the country must keep its border open to Venezuela, as thousands of people flee the collapsed socialist state amid growing famine and political repression.
Actress Rosie O’Donnell led a group of Broadway performers in a series of anti-Trump chants outside the White House on Monday, as part of a nightly protest against President Donald Trump since his meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin.
Saudi Arabia’s U.S. allied military coalition has cut multiple deals with al-Qaeda in order to maintain ground in the ongoing civil war in Yemen, a report by The Associated Press on Monday revealed.
The web application company Pinterest has removed Alex Jones and his channel Infowars from their platform in response to a press request by the media website Mashable.
Three NATO troops were killed after the Taliban carried out a suicide attack in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday near the town of Charakar.
Former Doctor Who star David Tennant has claimed to speak on “behalf of the Scottish nation” by declaring that the entire nation dislikes President Donald Trump.
Guardians of the Galaxy star Kurt Russell has defended Marvel director James Gunn over his recent firing by Disney, arguing that people have become a “little too sensitive” over the Disney director’s rape tweets.
Venezuelan dictator Nicolás Maduro appeared to be the subject of an assassination attempt while he delivered a military speech in the capital of Caracas.
Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter says the show’s upcoming spinoff Mayans MC will address the “extreme conflict” at the U.S. Mexico border under the Trump administration.
Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte is considering sending a frigate warship to Libya to save three Filipinos and a South Korean man kidnapped from a water plant in the troubled country.
A modernized theatrical production of The Diary of Anne Frank in Los Angeles will reimagine the Jewish Frank family hiding from the Nazi with Latino immigrants hiding from Immigration, Customs, and Enforcement (ICE) officials, its directors have revealed.
Police in China detained the father of a woman imprisoned for splashing ink on a poster of President Xi Jinping on Wednesday as he tried to visit her at a psychiatric facility.
Vice President Mike Pence formally welcomed home the remains of America of American military killed who died in the Korean war in a solemn occasion Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
Russia unveiled new efforts on Wednesday to return Syrian refugees back to their homeland and called on the U.S. to help in the wake of Russian leader Vladimir Putin’s meeting with President Donald Trump.
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi expressed support for a formal end to the Korean War on Thursday, stating that China has no desire to see further conflict on the peninsula.
A number of major genomic testing companies have agreed to a new set of guidelines on the sharing of DNA with law enforcement and other third parties.