Iranian beauty queen says she will be killed if she is deported
Bahari, who represented Iran in the Miss Intercontinental pageant held in Manila in January, has been living in the Philippines since 2014 to study dentistry.’’
Truck driver found with 39 bodies appears in British court
“This involves a global ring facilitating the movement of a large number of immigrants into the UK,” a prosecutor said of the truck driver’s case.
How Al-Baghdadi, three children were killed — President Trump
Mr Trump said U.S. special forces led an operation that cornered the Islamic State leader into a tunnel, “whimpering and crying and screaming.”
Indonesian investigators blame Boeing design flaws for Lion Air crash
A Lion Air passenger jet plummeted into the Java Sea after take-off from Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta International Airport on October 29, 2018 killing all 189 people on board.
Buhari congratulates Canadian Prime Minister on election victory
Buhari also celebrated with the Liberal Party of Canada and Canadians in general on their victory and the conclusion of the elections
Ex-U.S. president Carter suffers minor fracture in fall at home
The 95-year-old former president fell on Monday in his home in Plains, Georgia, the second this month.
Brexit: Johnson threatens fresh election if parliament extent timetable
The prime minister says EU will not change the deal again
More than 7,000 Syrians flee to Iraq amid Turkish offensive – UNHCR
The UNHCR added that the overall number of Syrian refugees in Iraq currently stands at about 229,000
China criticises U.S. lawmakers for passing Hong Kong rights bill
The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act requires sanctions against Chinese officials “responsible for undermining fundamental freedoms” in the city
Queen Elizabeth breaks from tradition, wears lighter crown
Queen Elizabeth had previously worn a different attire 64 times for state opening of parliament.
EU ministers to consider steps against Turkey over Syria offensive
Last week, Turkey launched an operation in north-eastern Syria targeting Kurdish militias.
Thousands protest in Germany over Turkish offensive in Syria
Germany is home to the largest population of Turkish migrants in Europe.
American Airlines cancels Boeing 737 MAX flights until January 16
The fast-selling 737 MAX has been grounded worldwide since mid-March following two crashes involving the aircraft within a span of five months.
Mexican protesters tie mayor to truck, drag him in street over failure to keep campaign promises
A local outlet El Heraldo de Mexico had reported that the protesters armed with clubs and rocks dragged Mayor Jorge Hernandez until the police stopped the Toyota pickup he was tied to and freed him.
U.S. fighter jet crashes in SW Germany, pilot survives
The F-16 Fighting Falcon fighter jet crashed at about 3.00 p.m. during a routine training sortie near Zemmer.
Canadian-American, Swiss win Nobel Prize in Physics
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced the renowned prize in Stockholm on Tuesday morning.
House subpoenas Pentagon, budget office in Trump impeachment inquiry
Trump is facing impeachment inquiry for a “favour” from Ukraine in investigating former Vice President Joe Biden, also a Democrat’s presidential hopeful.
Saudi Arabia to offer international tourist visas for 49 countries
“Opening Saudi Arabia to international tourists is a historic moment for our country,” said Al-Khateeb.
Corruption: Netanyahu demands live broadcast of his indictment hearings
Mr Netanyahu is set to face Attorney General who will make a decision on whether the prime minister will be indicted on bribery and fraud charges.