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U.S., Russia and Europe Hold Back-to-Back Nuclear War Games Across the Globe

United States, Russia and Europe have all planned near-concurrent nuclear war games across the globe, testing their strategic capabilities in the event of a conflict.

Malaysia Calls For Cuts to Children’s Movie ‘Abominable’ Over Map Showing South China Sea

Malaysian officials are calling for changes to the recently released animated feature Abominable, a children's movie about a bigfoot-like monster who befriends a group of children. The film has raised eyebrows internationally for a scene featuring map that places China's borders well into a disputed area in the South China Sea.

Ahead of World Menopause Day, U.K. Media Company Announces Policy for Accommodating Menopausal Employees

Channel 4, a television broadcaster in the United Kingdom, has instituted a workplace policy with accommodations for female employees going through menopause, according to The Guardian. Believed to be the first policy of its type among U.K. media companies, menopausal women will receive flexible work arrangements and paid leave.

Donald Trump Golf Course Hit by Vandalism, Theft and Threatening Message Since President Took Office

Donald Trump's golf course in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, has been the site of several reported crimes over the last four years—including instances of vandalism, fire-raising theft and a threatening message.

Syria Tells Russia It Will Force Both Turkey and U.S. Military Out ‘By All Means’

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has informed a visiting Russian delegation that his country was prepared to force out any uninvited guests, especially the armed forces of Turkey and the United States, which themselves recently fell on opposing ends of an eight-year civil war.

Champion Boxer Beat up Ex-girlfriend in Front of Her Daughter, Taunting: ‘No One Will Believe a Five-year-old’

A former boxing champion has been jailed after physically assaulting his ex-girlfriend in front of her five-year-old.

Watch: Chilean Students Occupy Metro Stations To Protest Fare Hikes

Students have taken over metro stations in Chile's capital in protest over a hike in transportation costs.

Turkey’s Erdogan Says He Won’t Forget ‘Lack of Respect’ in Trump’s Letter and ‘Necessary Steps’ Will Be Taken

Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan reportedly said Friday that President Donald Trump's letter urging Turkey not to launch a military offensive in northern Syria was out of line with diplomatic customs and that necessary action will be taken.