28 people are still missing after a multi-decked tourist boat carrying about 170 passengers sank in Colombia’s Penol-Guatape reservoir on Sunday.
The affair took on a more political flavour than usual with a hostile administration in the White House which has shown scant concern towards queer issues.
The march was banned last year due to “security concerns”, and t he marchers were dispersed by the riot police using tear gas and rubber bullets.
“Tehran stands with the Qatari nation and government… We believe that if there is a conflict between regional countries, pressure, threats or sanctions are not the right way to resolve differences.”
Fans of the Labour Party leader outnumbered those for Radiohead, Foo Fighters and Ed Sheeran, as the chant “Oh, Jeremy Corbyn” rang round the world’s biggest greenfield festival.
A large crowd of had people gathered, many to collect fuel in containers from the overturned oil tanker, when it exploded in a huge fireball.
Addressing a sizeable gathering of Indian Americans, Modi also praised Sushma Swaraj for her “good governance” and listed the highlights of his tenure.
Activists are demanding justice for Grenfell Tower fire victims as part of a broader movement to narrow economic and racial divides.
CPEC seems more like a Chinese project; the benefits are heavily loaded towards China, with Pakistan benefiting because it happens to be “part of the geographical terrain”.
Brazil’s labour force which was already hurting due to recession was dealt a severe blow by its own government’s participation in flexibilisation of labour laws in order to further reduce labour costs.
Puerto Rican Muslims are finding ways of expressing their Muslim faith through symbols of Puerto Rican culture, whether it be their flag, their family traditions or their food.
In interviews with ten Hong Kong residents born in 1997, all of them, including an immigrant from mainland China, said they primarily identify themselves as “Hong Kongers” and that their loyalty lies with the city.
Issues such as the “protectionist” policies of Modi’s “Make in India’, the H1B visa system for Indians and a ease of business policies to be in contention.
“We have an alliance between the Mexican government and the Trump administration against the Mexican people… We’re being massacred and spied on systematically in Mexico.”
India backed Mauritius’ resolution referring British control of the Archipelago to the ICJ but says it supports the US military presence in Diego Garcia.
The Great Mosque was not only a significant cultural heritage site for Muslims in general, but it was also regarded as an essential part of the Mosul skyline – a symbol of the city’s long past and diverse communities.
In the aftermath of the Grenfell Tower blaze the residents were asked to evacuate their homes after failed fire safety checks, as a “mitigating action”.
While 3,000 rescue workers are on-site, geological experts state that the chances of survival for those still missing were slim to none.
Australia has made it clear it wants tech companies to cooperate much more and will push for more powers at the meeting of ministers from the “Five Eyes” intelligence network.
“Free and fair trade has been the greatest liberator of the world’s poor, and today’s announcement shows our commitment to helping developing countries grow their economies and reduce poverty through trade.”
UK’s National Cyber Security Centre confirmed the attack, which comes barely a month after the WannaCry ransonware which crippled the NHS.
Narendra Modi is expected to meet with US President Donald Trump to discuss “strategically important issues”, and hold interactions with the Indian-American community and 20 leading US CEOs.
Modi and Trump will have one-on-one talks followed by a meeting between delegations. They will then make statements and go in for a working dinner, the first White House dinner for a foreign leader.
She was called a prostitute and imprisoned. Her father had to appeal to the Saudi king to release her. Her only crime? Getting behind the wheel.
An excavation at Shanidar Cave in Iraq has led to the unfolding of many Neandrathal debris and provides an insight into their lives.
President Xi Jinping’s visit to the former colonial city comes at a time when many Hong Kong residents see increasing Chinese interference in city affairs.
Not every country prepares for global health threats in the same way.
At the Versailles court, a well-directed glance could decide a person’s fate. Imagine if Donald Trump were so subtle.
ELN frequently kidnaps tourists or foreign workers, holding them as ransom for political leverage.
Prisoners set to be released include a large number of youth jailed in cases involving protesting and gathering.
Foreign militaries on the list can face sanctions including a prohibition on receiving US military aid, training and US-made weapons unless the White House issues a waiver.
Trump continues to seek support for the proposal and is saying that lawmakers are not fundamentally opposed and would just like some changes.
The bombings took place in 2002 where two Islamist bombers detonated explosives and killed over 200 people.
The village in southwestern China is receiving aid and the police has closed off roads around the area except for emergency services.
The deal, which had reached a bit of a stalemate due to liability issues, is now likely to move forward with US support.
Evolution will be introduced to 18 and 19 year olds in university, as the administration believes the students do not have the background to understand it.
ISIS claimed responsibility for the attacks in a message sent to journalists – attacks which seemed to be targeting police officers.
The demands include curbing ties with Iran and shutting down the news agency Al Jazeera.
While there is no clear successor at the moment, the top two contenders are Iyad al-Obaidi and Ayad al-Jumaili, Baghdadi’s top lieutenants.
Trump tweeted that he did not know if there were recordings of his conversations with Comey, but he did not make or have any such recordings.