Iraqi Kurds must give up on independence or go hungry - Erdogan
Turkey's president has said Iraqi Kurds could go hungry as a result of the punitive measures it is considering after Monday's independence referendum.
US Pacific Fleet commander announces retirement after Navy ship collisions
The commander of the US Pacific Fleet has announced his retirement after being passed up for a major promotion. It comes after two US Navy vessels collided with commercial ships in the Pacific over the summer, killing 17 sailors.
Guatemalans Protest President Morales' Interference with Investigation into Corruption
The Central American state has been plagued with misdeeds for the better part of a decade-and-a-half.
Bali volcano could erupt within hours, geologists warn
Almost 60,000 people have been evacuated following hundreds of tremors.
China blocks WhatsApp, broadening its 'Great FireWall' of online censorship
WhatsApp recently suffered service disruptions in China, with users restricted from sending videos, audio files and photos.
‘Stick to the deal,’ says Kremlin as US poised to curb Russian control flights over its soil
The US may scrap a transparency deal with Russia, believing that Moscow is not in compliance with its terms, General Dunford said. Moscow suggested that the Open Skies treaty must be strictly observed by all members.
Equifax CEO Richard Smith Resigns After Uproar Over Massive Hack
Equifax Inc. Chief Executive Officer Richard Smith stepped down, joining other senior managers who left the credit-reporting company in the wake of an uproar over the theft of private data on 143 million Americans.
Jeremy Corbyn: It's right to plan for run on pound
Jeremy Corbyn says it is "right to look at all these scenarios" after his shadow chancellor suggested that there could be a run on the pound if Labour went into government.
Twitter explains why it won't delete Trump tweet that North Korea called a 'declaration of war'
Twitter has finally broken silence on US President Donald Trump's inflammatory tweet threatening North Korea saying it did not remove the post due to its "newsworthiness." The social media network's statement comes after many called for Twitter to take action against the president saying it violated Twitter's rules that prohibit harassment and content that incites violence on its platform.
Chelsea Manning says she was denied entry to Canada
Chelsea Manning was turned back at the Canadian-U.S. border because she was convicted of espionage for passing information to Wikileaks, the former U.S. intelligence analyst said on Monday.
Indie fans arrested for 'raising the flag of homosexuals' at Egypt concert
Concertgoers were detained for "promoting sexual deviancy" at gig by Lebanese band Mashrou' Leila.
Chicago police officers to be reprimanded after kneeling in Instagram post
A Chicago activist who apparently asked two "men of color" to kneel with her on social media may have inadvertently earned the police officers reprimands, officials said Monday.
Rapper B.o.B. raising funds to check if Earth is flat
But US rapper B.o.B. is crowd-funding the launch of satellites to see if he can get some evidence to the contrary.