European human rights court declines to alter 1978 judgment on treatment of ‘hooded men’The European court of human rights has rejected a request from the Irish government that it brand the maltreatment of 14 detainees as torture by the British state
STEVEN Spielberg’s latest science fiction epic is being hailed as a return to form for the legendary director. Set in 2045, the movie sees young hero Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan) enter a virtual reality to escape a miserable society and to protect the
The U.S. and South Korea said they would resume combined military exercises aimed at deterring North Korea, despite a recent detente with Pyongyang that yielded promises from the regime to suspend weapons tests and commit to denuclearization talks.
Mother tells of academy that seemed to care more about its behaviour policy than her son’s educationOne of Natasha Damiral’s proudest moments was when her son Hayden appeared in the lead role of Oliver in his final year play at primary school.Things h
TOKYO (Reuters) - North Korea's growing missile arsenal might be the most obvious and immediate military threat facing Japan, but defense planners in Tokyo are focused on a much larger and more challenging foe as they prepare for the years ahead.
Emboldened president reserves strong words for activists in Hong Kong and Taiwan who want to ‘split China’Chinese president Xi Jinping has delivered a nationalistic speech in which he vowed the nation would “take our due place in the world” and wa