Turkey says its convoy attacked in Syria, three civilians killed
Three civilians were killed and 12 others wounded in the airstrike.
Five U.S. states file lawsuit against Trump’s new immigration policy
California is leading the coalition, and its Attorney General (AG), Xavier Becerra, was joined by his counterparts from the states of Maine, Oregon, and Pennsylvania, as well as the District of Columbia
North Korea resumes missile tests, vows no more talks with Seoul
The projectiles were launched into the East Sea, also known as the Sea of Japan, from Tongchon in the eastern province of Kangwon.
I spend N15 million on marijuana monthly — Mike Tyson
The USA Today reports that Mr Tyson made the disclosure during a recent episode of his podcast “Hotboxin with Mike Tyson.”
German economy shrinks as exports stutter- Stats Office
The Federal Statistics Office data showed in Berlin that overall output fell 0.1 per cent quarter-on-quarter.
Britons hoard goods worth 4bn pounds amid no-deal Brexit fears
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that he wants to lead Britain out of the EU on October 31 with or without a deal.
North Korea fires two more missiles into sea, says South
South Korea said this was the fifth such launch within weeks.
Taliban suicide car bombing in Kabul kills 14, injures 145
The bombing took place in a densely populated residential area packed with shops and houses.
Trump accuses Google of ‘very illegal’ action ahead of 2020 U.S. election
The president offers no evidence for the accusation which Google has since denied.
Two pregnant migrants taken to safety as rescue ships seek safe port
The migrant women were nine and eight months pregnant and had been picked up by the coastguard along with a nurse
130 detainees on hunger strike in Egypt’s high-security prison – Amnesty International
The detainees are protesting against being denied family visits and dire conditions.
Oil rises for 5th session as stockpiles fall and market awaits Fed
The price rise is supported by a drop in U.S. inventories and investor expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve will lower borrowing costs for the first time since the financial crisis more than a decade ago.
Cuban cardinal who helped improve relations with U.S. dies at 82
Jaime Ortega died on Friday.
Oman to mediate in Iran tanker row with Britain – Reports
Oman had mediated in tensions between Iran and its Western adversaries in the past repeatedly, with some success.
Boris Johnson elected leader of UK Conservative Party
The former Mayor of London is how the prime minister in waiting, succeeding Theresa May by Wednesday.
India launches second Moon mission eleven years after the first
With the successful launch on Monday, India is on the way to becoming the fourth nation to make a soft-landing on the lunar surface.
Trump offers to be mediator in India-Pakistan conflict over Kashmir
The Kashmir region has been fought over between India and Pakistan since the end of British rule in the region in 1947.
Israeli army demolishes dozens of Palestinian homes in East Jerusalem
Israel says the buildings needed to be removed for security reasons.
Trump dismisses Iran’s claim of arresting CIA spies
Iran’s Intelligence Ministry announced it dismantled a spying network inside and arrested 17 people.