Saudi Arabia executes prince over murder

A Saudi prince  was executed on Tuesday for murdering a man during a brawl in the capital Riyadh, the Interior Ministry announced. The execution of Prince Turki Saud-al-Kabir is an extremely rare case of a […]

Voter registration system crashes in Virginia

A civil rights group filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday to force Virginia to extend its voter registration period after the state’s online system crashed Monday, the last day to register, preventing an unknown number of […]

Melania Trump blames Media

Melania Trump emerged from her media blackout Monday night, sat across from a reporter her husband has called “very biased,” and blamed the press for Donald Trump’s recent campaign woes. “I didn’t expect media would […]

UN announces 72-hour ceasefire in Yemen

A 72-hour ceasefire in Yemen is due to start on Wednesday night, the U.N. envoy for Yemen said on Monday after he received commitments from all of the country’s warring factions. U.N. Special Envoy for […]

Moscow announces 8-hour Aleppo ceasefire

Russia said Monday its forces and Syrian regime troops would briefly halt fire in Aleppo on Thursday, as criticism mounted of the ferocious Moscow-backed assault on the Syrian city. “We have taken a decision not […]

Anti-gay marriage protesters return to French streets

Tens of thousands of protesters took to the streets of Paris on Sunday to demonstrate against gay marriage, calling for candidates in France’s presidential election to support “traditional family values”. The march was briefly interrupted […]

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