Former NFL player Aaron Hernandez has appeared in a Boston court for a pretrial hearing ahead of his double murder trial in which the judge has ruled the jury can see tattoos that may link him to the crime.
Paris, 26. Schock and horror at the “absurd violence”, radical condemnation for “every form of hatred” and prayer for the victims. These were the first sentiments...
A spectator has died after an incident involving driver Hayden Paddon’s car during the first stage of the World Rally Championship opening in Monte Carlo, Monaco, on Thursday evening.
It’s a cold winter night in 1917 in Petrograd, Russia… Problems with the supply of flour provoke fears of hunger in the city, as tensions begin to rise among the population… what would their Twitter look like if they could share their worries online?
The Russian economy is expected to grow by up to two percent this year, Russian Economic Development Minister Maxim Oreshkin told RT.
After the scandalous withdrawal of the documentary Vaxxed from the Tribeca Film Festival, which was withdrawn after the incredible pressure of pharmaceutic companies, Robert De Niro took a clear position on the public...
Islamic State is using online “headhunters” across various social media platforms to recruit teenagers as young 13, according to Germany’s domestic intelligence agency.
A former manager of a West Virginia laboratory that conducted water sampling for coal mining operations in the state has been sentenced to two years in prison for his role in forging data to show compliance with pollution discharge rules.
A Russian athlete has broken her silence about the strong-arm tactics WADA ‘officials’ allegedly used against her in Europe. Her revelations come just days before Germany's ARD broadcaster reportedly premieres a documentary on doping scandal involving Russia.
A French court has ordered a German product safety certifying company to pay €3,000 (some US$ 3,200) to each of the 20,000 plaintiffs who bought breast implants approved by the company, which later turned out to be flawed.
A Norwegian bank could start providing its customers with interest-free loans in compliance with the principles of Islam, after almost 300 prospective customers expressed interest in only one week.