A group of Russian ‘golden boys’ driving ‘Gelandewagen’ raced with police through the streets of Moscow, broadcasting the chase on Periscope. The owner of the car is reportedly the son of the vice-president of Russia's second largest oil company ‘Lukoil’.
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis on Friday urged Italian football (soccer) players to not just be champions in their sport but above all champions in...
The Egyptian Armed Forces have announced that pieces of the wreckage of the Egyptair plane which disappeared yesterday have been found. According to spokesperson, Brigadier General Mohamed Samir:...
Paul Lennon, SPUC’s adviser on parliamentary affairs has reminded the Society this morning: “It is 50 years ago today that David Steel made the fateful decision to sponsor a Bill to make abortion more easily available”. In 2015, under Steel’s tragic legislation, 509 babies were killed every single day in England and Wales alone. Paul […]
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has notified the Russian Olympic Committee (ROC) that 14 of its athletes are suspected of doping at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games.
Australia's cricketers are using missile-guided technology to help monitor their workloads, thanks to ground-breaking research carried out at the Australian Catholic University (ACU).
An expert has warned that as summer heat builds visitors to Florida’s Disney World are increasing their risk of contracting the Zika virus. Professor Jimmy Whitworth of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine warned tourists to “think twice” before traveling to southern US states.
Angeles City in the Philippines is a well-known sex tourism destination, particularly for retired men in search of sex for sale. One frequently ignored offshoot of this is the sex workers’ children, who are subsequently abandoned, by foreign travelers.
A new mass grave containing some 150 corpses bearing gunshot wounds and signs of torture, “dumped” by ISIS jihadists, has been discovered during joint operations in Palmyra. It is the largest burial site to be found in the ancient city since its liberation.
Gary Johnson, a former New Mexico governor, has won the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination at the party convention in Orlando, Florida. Former Massachusetts governor, William Weld, got the third party’s vice president nomination.
Greek left wing protesters have held a major rally outside the NATO base in Souda Bay on the Greek island of Crete, demanding the expulsion of the “imperialist” alliance which they claim “violates” the “sovereignty” of the country.
At least 12 Real Madrid fans have reportedly been slain in Iraq, as the Spanish club challenged Atletico for the Champions League title. Real, meanwhile, dedicated their victory to Iraqi fans murdered by ISIS gunmen during a similar massacre.