For the suspected gunman behind the massacres in New Zealand, the past was an endless battlefield.
The House resolution also reaffirms the need for a two-state solution to the decades-long conflict in the Middle East.
Two Democrats unveiled a resolution condemning the boycott movement targeting Israel to counter the perception the party is fractured in its backing for the Mideast ally.
The late Arizona senator and war hero “was the embodiment of a lifetime career politician,” one Trump backer said.
The length of the delay will be conditional on the adoption of the Withdrawal Agreement
The European Union demanded the Venezuelan government to release Marrero immediately
The US has slapped a fresh batch of sanctions on China over an alleged violation of the US embargo against North Korea. It happened less than a month after Trump hailed Beijing for being “very helpful” in dealing with DRPK. Read Full Article at RT.com
Over half a billion Facebook users’ passwords sat unsecured on the company’s servers for years, the company has admitted, after an investigation uncovered the egregious bug – but it’s OK, only Facebook employees could access them. Read Full Article at RT.com
Los Angeles county authorities have banned all use of notorious weed killer glyphosate – the herbicide better known by its Monsanto/Bayer trade name, Roundup – after a second court ruling linking it to a man’s cancer. Read Full Article at RT.com
US scientists have been conducting “questionable” experiments on felines for over three decades, feeding them dead cats and dogs and killing off perfectly adoptable lab animals after the tests, a watchdog has found. Read Full Article at RT.com
After detecting odd, unidentified streaks of light disturbing the evening sky, thousands of Los Angeles residents confused the breathtaking wingsuit flying skills of Red Bull Air Force with a meteor flyby, even an alien invasion. Read Full Article at RT.com
The former Trump diplomat implied Finland was an example of where universal health care doesn’t work.
Some Brits say the government is broken. Now parliament’s website is, too.
“There’s a question of whether you want to break new ground or just ensure that you win the case,” one expert said.
“The sole duty of every member of Parliament is to do what he or she thinks is right," John Bercow said.
Rosgeo and Russia’s Nature Resources Ministry have not been informed about the document as of Thursday evening
Investors from the United Kingdom, the United States and Russia were the main buyers
The newly-elected parliament must form a new Cabinet of Ministers and restore ties with Russia as soon as possible, he said
No Il-76MD-90A planes have been handed over to the Russian Armed Forces since 2014
The world’s premier dirty joke-telling philosopher celebrates his 70th birthday by giving his unique take on Catholic perversity, on the “racism of political correctness” and on hardcore pornography, in a film by RT. Read Full Article at RT.com
The Trump administration seems not to have learned a key lesson from the 2016 campaign.
Running with Biden could help Abrams build her national reputation, but there are significant risks.
Here are the options at hand for Attorney General William Barr, once he receives the report.
The Serbs will not be permitted to the European Union without agreement with the Kosovans, according to Aleksandar Vucic
Litigation in the United Kingdom has been suspended until completion of proceedings in the appeal instance of the Svea District Court in Stockholm
This is the main aircraft in Defense Ministry’s plans, the deputy prime minister said
According to Ruslan Bortnik, Kiev aggravated relations with ex-President Obama’s faction of the US establishment in order to try to strengthen relations with Trump’s current administration
The Petitions Committee at the House of Commons reported that it hit the absolute record in the speed of signature collection
The death toll has reached 85, according to the media
The airline is cancelling flights from Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport to Warsaw, Berlin, Helsinki, Frankfurt, Voronezh, Tallinn and Nizhny Novgorod
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison says online trolls who targeted women’s Aussie rules football star Tayla Harris are “cowardly grubs,” after they subjected the player to sickening abuse over a picture of her in action. Read Full Article at RT.com
Barcelona midfielder Denis Suarez, currently on loan at Arsenal, has been accused by Muslim of disrespecting a holy place after the player was pictured in shorts during a visit to Kuwait's Grand Mosque. Read Full Article at RT.com
What's a little public backstabbing among close allies? Ukraine's top prosecutor seems to be trying to have a US envoy replaced using corruption allegations and a promise to help Donald Trump combat the Russia collusion narrative. Read Full Article at RT.com