November 6, 2018

Man Stabs Father to Demise After He Instructed Him to Cease Enjoying Video Video games

A man who stabbed his father to death after he was ordered to get off the computer did not intend to kill him, a court in Australia has heard. Daniel Chapman, 22, told his parents on October 2, 2016 that he was unable to come to dinner because he was in the middle of a video game.
November 6, 2018

Mohammed Bin Salman Launches First Saudi Nuclear Plant Challenge as Sanctions Chew on Rival Iran

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia has launched the country’s first nuclear power plant project as the kingdom looks to diversify away from its traditional reliance on oil and compete with arch-rival Iran.
November 6, 2018

Video: Russian Jet Buzzes U.S. Navy Airplane in 'Unsafe Encounter'

The U.S. has condemned the Russian air force for its “irresponsible” interception of an American reconnaissance aircraft over the Black Sea.
November 6, 2018

Donald Trump's Iran Sanctions Goal Sunken Ship and Financial institution Closed for Six Years, International Minister Says

Sanctions against Iran imposed by the Trump administration on Monday have targeted a sunken ship as well as a bank that was shuttered six years ago, according to the Islamic Republic’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif.
November 6, 2018

Do U.S Sanctions Damage Iran? Sure, and It's On a regular basis Folks That Endure Most

As the United States once again rolls out sanctions on Iran's oil and gas sector, citizens of the revolutionary Shiite Muslim nation have warned of an increasingly dire situation at home as they bear the brunt of an economic pressure campaign waged by a hostile foreign power against a government that refuses to relent.
November 6, 2018

U.S. Oil Sanctions on Iran Are Again and These Eight Nations Get a Non permanent Go

President Donald Trump's administration announced that eight countries would receive a temporary pass from new U.S. oil sanctions against Iran that came into effect Monday.
November 6, 2018

Belarus Protects the West From Medicine, Mobsters, Radioactive Components, and Unlawful Migration, President Claims

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko says he used a meeting of European security experts to warn the West that it needs his country’s cooperation to stop the flow of drugs and other illicit goods. But experts say his comments are a subtle move for closer ties to Western countries as Belarus tries to position itself between Europe and Moscow.
November 6, 2018

Donald Trump Doesn't Deny Immigration Advert Is Racist: 'A Lot of Issues Are Offensive, Your Questions Are Offensive'

President Donald Trump was asked by reporters on Monday to comment about several networks pulling his immigration advertisement because they deemed it racist. Trump did not admit his ad was racist—but didn’t deny it either.
November 6, 2018

Billionaire Endorsed by Snoop Dogg to Launch 'Miracle' Hashish Merchandise within the U.Okay.

A Greek billionaire plans to launch “miracle” cannabis products in Scotland, with celebrity endorsements from American rapper Snoop Dogg and Italian fashion designer Donatella Versace.
November 6, 2018

Chinese language Warship to American Destroyer: Get Out of Our Approach 'Or Endure Penalties'

Details have emerged showing the extent of brinkmanship in the South China Sea after an American Navy vessel sailed to within a whisker of a Chinese destroyer.