Again there was a terrorist attack in Mali.
The first human insect products will be available for sale in Swiss supermarkets next week, AFP reported.
North Korea's leader Kim Chen Un said he was postponing the planned missile strike near Guam, but warned he would shoot if there were still "reckless actions" from the United States, AFP quoted FOCUS as saying.
Hungary has sent its response to the European Commission regarding the infringement procedures launched because of Hungary’s laws on NGOs financed from abroad and on foreign universities, a justice ministry official said on Monday.
A right-wing group that set sail on the Mediterranean to stop refugees reaching Europe is facing a cash crisis after a crowd-funding company cancelled their account.
The Russian Federal Commission of security captured four terrorists – one is a Russian citizen and the other are from Central Asia countries, they were preparing an attack in Moscow and the region.
China says it will stop importing North Korean coal, iron ore, fish and other goods in September as it implements UN sanctions.
Queen Elizabeth II is preparing her abdication from the throne and the appointment of her son, Prince Charles, as regent.
Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallström said she hoped the US and North Korea would 'come to their senses' before their increasingly heated rhetoric leads the two nations into a nuclear war, The Local reported.
A group of researchers from the University of Edinburgh found 91 volcanoes hidden beneath the ice cover in the western part of Antarctica.
Turkish President Recep Erdogan wants an atomic bomb, the Greek newspaper Democracy says, citing the British edition of Express.
A yacht with 69 illegal migrants from Iraq was detained by the Romanian coastguard, reports TASS.
Several senior members of Islamic State's central Asian affiliate were killed in a US air strike in Afghanistan, officials said on 13 August, according to Reuters, quoted by The Independent.
More than 3,000 firemen struggled to put out forest fires across Portugal on Sunday, after the country requested assistance from Europe to fight blazes that threaten to spread with more hot weather in the coming days, reported Reuters.
Three people have been injured in a shooting in Sweden’s third-largest city, Malmo.
Europe’s latest food scandal has widened after the European commission announced that a total of 15 EU states, plus Switzerland and Hong Kong, are now known to have received egg products contaminated by an insecticide harmful to human health.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday warned against an “escalation of tensions” over North Korea amid a growing war of words between Washington and Pyongyang, according to The Guardian.
North Korea said on Saturday that nearly 3.
In what appears to be an effort to steer clear of Greek-Turkish tensions, the British Royal Navy has reportedly canceled a scheduled military exercise off the southeastern Aegean island of Karpathos, which had been announced in a navigational telex (navte
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