London Metropolitan Police (Photo Credit: Greek Reporter Europe)

Suspect arrested over deadly stabbing on London-bound train

The 51-year-old man was knifed on the train in front of his son

Vatican Pope New Bishops

Pope Francis criticises U.S. bishops over abuse scandal, demands unity

The pope says the bishops had “concentrated more on pointing fingers than on seeking paths of reconciliation.”

Jamal Khashoggi (Photo Credit: The Independent)

Saudi demands death sentence against five suspects in Khashoggi case

The journalists was murdered inside the Saudi consulate in Turkey last October.

Iran President, Hassan Rowhani

Iranian health minister resigns over budget cuts

The ministry’s budget was significantly cut for the year beginning March 21.

India on map

India is Nigeria’s biggest trading partner in Q3 2018 – NBS

The Asian country imported crude, natural gas and cashew nuts from Nigeria.

Jair Bolsonaro,

Brazil inaugurates far-right firebrand Bolsonaro as president

One-third of his cabinet are former army officers.

Donald Trump

Trump predicts ‘complicated but great’ 2019

The U.S. president also hinted on his preparedness to complete eight years as president.

Elizabeth Warren

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren may run for President

The first round of primaries begin early in 2020 in Iowa.

Pope Francis waves to crowds as he arrives to his inauguration mass on 19 March 2013.

Vatican spokesperson, deputy resign

Pope Francis has accepted their resignation.

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Woman attacks alleged stalker, cuts off his genitals

The 42-year-old woman said the victim was her neighbour and had several times harassed her.

China criticises outgoing U.S. defence secretary

Mattis identified Russia and China as countries that “want to shape a world consistent with their authoritarian model”.

Indonesia Tsunami (Photo Credit: Daily Express)

430 dead, 1,500 injured in Indonesian tsunami

Government-led relief efforts are being stepped up at the tip of the Indonesia’s two main islands of Sumatra and Java.

Indonesia Tsunami (Photo Credit: Daily Express)

Indonesian rescuers use drones, sniffer dogs as tsunami death toll tops 400

The tsunami killed at least 429 people, officials say

Donald Trump

Trump blames Federal Reserve as ‘only problem’ in U.S. economy

The president says the central bank does not have a feel for the market.

Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Israel [Photo Credit:]

Israel to hold early election in April – Netanyahu

The PM is appealing directly to voters for a fresh political mandate to help him weather possible charges in corruption investigations.

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Indonesia hunts for survivors as tsunami death toll nears 400

Rescuers used heavy machinery and bare hands to dig bodies out of mud and wreckage.

Jamal Khashoggi (Photo Credit: The Independent)

Turkey working to carry Khashoggi investigation to U.N. – Minister

Turkey blames the Saudi government of sponsoring the killing.

U.S. allies in Asia-Pacific region rattled after Mattis quits

Mattis said he was quitting after falling out with President Trump over foreign policy.

Theresa May during the Tory conference [Photo: The Week UK]

Brexit: European Commission finally reveals ‘no-deal’ contingency plans

As the exit plan flounders in the parliament, both sides are preparing for the worst-case situation.

Donald Trump

U.S. may withdraw troops from Syria

The United States still has about 2,000 troops in Syria.

Andrew Broad (Photo Credit: The Weekly Times)

Australian minister to quit politics over sex scandal

The minister was accused of using a dating website to meet younger girls during government travel.

Michael Flynn

Former Trump adviser Flynn to be sentenced for lying to FBI

The prosecutor wants Flynn imprisoned.

Jamal Khashoggi (Photo Credit: The Independent)

Saudi Arabia rejects U.S. Senate moves on Khashoggi’s death

The U.S. Senate on Thursday voted to recommend ending U.S. military assistance to the Saudi-led operation in Yemen.

India on map

11 dead, 90 ill after eating temple food in India

There is suspicion the food was poisoined.

Tony Blair

Ex British PM, Blair, urges May to allow second Brexit referendum

The PM’s Brexit deal has met stiff resistance in parliament, with a vote scheduled for this week postponed for fear of a heavy defeat.