Zimbabwe’s Military Seizes Power, Detains Mugabe
Zimbabwe’s military seized power and detained 93-year-old President Robert Mugabe in a struggle over the succession of the only leader the African nation has ever known.
Australians decisively support same-sex marriage
Australians have overwhelmingly voted in favour of legalising same-sex marriage in a historic poll.
An LAPD officer accidentally filmed himself putting cocaine in a suspect’s wallet
It’s reportedly the first LAPD body camera video that the media and public have seen.
Roy Moore Seeks Refuge in Shrinking Pool of Alabama Supporters
Denounced by his party and beset by accusations of sexual misconduct with minors, Roy Moore sought refuge in a church.
At Slave Auctions, Libya Smugglers Are Selling Off Migrants for As Little As $400
Humans are being bought and sold at modern-day slave auctions in Libya, according to an investigation by CNN.
Nafta Bickering Begins Again Today
Nafta talks are set to pick up Wednesday for round five where they left off a month ago: with tension and animosity in the air.
Trump picks ghost hunter to be federal judge
One of President Donald Trump's judicial nominees is a ghost hunter who has written several novellas about paranormal activities.
Saad Hariri: Saudis detaining Lebanon PM says Michel Aoun
Lebanon's President Michel Aoun has for the first time publicly accused Saudi Arabia of detaining its prime minister, who resigned unexpectedly during a visit to Riyadh on 4 November.
Despite EU caution, France pursues tough line on Iran missile program
France said on Wednesday it wanted an “uncompromising” dialogue with Iran about its ballistic missile program and a possible negotiation over the issue separate from Tehran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers.
Polish govt defends nationalist march on Independence Day
Polish authorities stopped far short of condemning a massive nationalist rally in the capital Warsaw on Saturday, calling the event, which was marred by anti-Semitic and Islamophobic chants, an expression of patriotism.
100 members to quit Macron party over ‘lack of democracy’
Some 100 activists from Emmanuel Macron’s political party are quitting because the movement “offends fundamental principles of democracy” and shows “arrogance and contempt” for its dialogue-seeking members.
Internal human gene-editing gets first trial
A California man suffering from a rare disease has become the first person ever to undergo an attempt to edit genes inside the body – however it’s not clear what side-effects could result from the groundbreaking procedure.