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German Mother Accused of Forcing Her Kids Into Wheelchairs and Injecting Them With Drugs to Collect Benefits

A German mother is accused of injecting four of her six children with drugs in order to collect benefits, according to a report by The Scottish Sun.

Suspicions Arise After Confession in Murder of Russian LGBT Activist Yelena Grigoryeva

LGBT activist Yelena Grigoryeva's body was found in St. Petersburg, Russia on July 20, with evidence she had been choked, stabbed and thrown into the bushes near her home.

Fishermen Rescues 18-Foot Great White Shark From Net: ‘Her Teeth Were So Sharp”

A crew of Newfoundland fishers pulled up their nets in Back Bay Harbor near St. George on Sunday to discover a very unusual catch: A massive shark, estimated to weigh more than 1,000 pounds.

Amateur Fishermen Bashed for Posing, Playing with Shark Like a Trophy: ‘Where is Your Heart?’

An amateur fishing group was slammed for posting a photo on members holding a massive 16-foot tiger shark in shallow waters, boasting it was their "new personal best life time catch."

U.S. Defense and State Department Split Over Blaming Iran for Saudi Attacks Amid Talks of ‘War’

The Defense and State Departments have offered seemingly contradictory accounts as to whether the United States was officially blaming Iran for recent attacks against oil sites in Saudi Arabia, with both sides warning of a potential conflict.

Nobel Prize Winner Suu Kyi Told Former British PM that ‘Rohingyas are Bangladeshis’ New Book Reveals

David Cameron, former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, released a new book on Thursday about his time in office between 2010 and 2016. The book, entitled For the Record, recounts his meeting with State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar (formerly Burma) where she claimed that Rohingyas aren't Burmese.

After Corruption Scandal, Can Justin Trudeau, the Anti-Trump, Survive Blackface Scandal?

On the heels of a blistering public corruption scandal that has weakened Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a liberal darling across the continent, the prime minister has once more found himself embroiled in a controversy related to his past decisions, this time involving the use of black- and brownface.

U.S. Ally Japan Is Not Joining Donald Trump’s Fight with Iran, So Can It Bring Peace?

Japan has broken with its top ally, the United States, in seeking to avoid provoking Iran as Tokyo tries to balance its ties with Washington and Tehran.