A powerful explosion went off at a sports facility in the Belgian city of Chimay, partially destroying the building and burying at least five people under the rubble. One person has reportedly been killed and four more treated for injuries.
(Vatican Radio) The Permanent Observer to United Nations Archbishop Ivan Jurkovič has offered an intervention at the United Nations International Conference in Support of...
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis begins a 5-day pastoral visit to Poland tomorrow during which he will attend the World Youth Day gathering in the...
Thousands of people followed an Irish woman and her friend on Twitter this weekend as they traveled outside the country to abort the woman’s unborn child. The two friends sent live messages on social media in an effort to push Ireland to legalize abortion. The unnamed friends used the Twitter account Two Women Travel to […]
Police in Las Cruces, New Mexico, fatally shot a man with a knife believed to have been involved in a robbery and truck theft. The shooting, recorded and posted on Facebook, occurred as a funeral for a recently slain police officer was ending nearby.
WikiLeaks has lashed out at an AP investigation, calling it "ridiculous" and a "re-run," as well as an attack by Hillary Clinton supporters amid the election campaign. The article claims the whistleblowing website publishes private data of innocent people while exposing state secrets.
A Glastonbury man says has been secretly growing cannabis in the town’s prize-winning public flower displays, which are watered by the local council, for the last 18 years.
After the scandalous withdrawal of the documentary Vaxxed from the Tribeca Film Festival, which was withdrawn after the incredible pressure of pharmaceutic companies, Robert De Niro took a clear position on the public...
German Vice Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel has criticized Angela Merkel’s party’s stance on refugees, stating that the nation “underestimated” the challenge of integrating asylum seekers and should have taken stricter measures in dealing with the influx.
A National Football League player, Colin Kaepernick, refused to stand for the United States anthem before a game to protest against perceived racial injustices in the country.
A Boeing 787 bound for Singapore made an emergency landing on the Japanese island of Okinawa, after originally taking off from Tokyo. The All Nippon Airlines plane had suffered a cracked windshield.
The Russian Defense Ministry has announced that 120 militants have voluntarily left the Damascus suburb of Darayya with their families. The reported departure comes shortly after Syrian state television announced that a four-year of siege of the area had drawn to a close.
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump promised to introduce a tracking system for all immigrants in order to make sure none overstay their visas. Anyone who breaks the rule could be deported immediately under his rule.