The Supreme Court of Canada has rejected the final appeal of 95-year-old Helmut Oberlander, who may be deported to Germany even though his citizenship there was lost in 1960.
Measles Deaths Break 140,000 Worldwide Last Year With More Expected in 2019, Despite Being a ‘Wholly Preventable Disease’
Over 140,000 people died of the measles in 2018—most under the age of five—and health experts warn that 2019 might produce even worse results, with reported cases rising in every country on the planet.
A man in the Philippines has been arrested and charged with murdering a woman, cutting her head off and eating her brains, reported Channel News Asia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin told military-industrial complex figures Thursday that he was prepared to extend a bilateral pact limiting the nuclear stockpiles of Russia and the United States without preconditions, but claimed the United States has not responded to his offers.
Dante Mantovani, the head of Brazil's National Arts Foundation, released a video on his YouTube page in which he connected rock music to the "abortion industry" and Satanism, CNN reported.
North Korea Calls Donald Trump ‘Dotard’ Again, Says ‘Our People’s Hatred of the United States and Americans Is Rising’
North Korea has revived its infamous "dotard" insult against Donald Trump after the president's recent remarks threatened to undo two years of diplomacy and once again send the countries into a spiral of tensions as a year-end deadline for a deal looms.
A 27-year-old mother of three has died after a fire broke out in the container where she and her family were sleeping at a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos.
A conman built a fake frontier post in Russia to convince a group of four they had been smuggled into Finland.