Kim Jong-un: North Korea suspending missile launches and shutting down nuclear test site

North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un has announced Pyongyang will carry out no more ballistic missile tests and will shut down its nuclear test site, a significant gesture as diplomacy in the region ramps up.


New Orleans Jazz Fest 2018 Guide: How To Escape The Crowds And Party Like Royalty

The best places to imbibe, sleep and escape the crowds at Jazz Fest 2018


Rachel Weisz and Daniel Craig share pregnancy news: 'We’re going to have a little human'

When Rachel Weisz was asked in 2012, a year after marrying Daniel Craig, if the couple would have a child, she replied:


Smallville actress Allison Mack arrested in New York sex cult case

Allison Mack, the actress best known for appearing in the Superman TV show Smallville, was arrested on Friday and charged with helping run a secret society that enslaved women and branded them with the founder’s initials, according to prosecutor


Hither Green: Police arrest remaining suspect in Kent two weeks after burglar was stabbed in home raid

A suspect wanted in connection with a burglary during which his alleged accomplice was stabbed to death has been arrested by police in Kent.


Gunman opens fire at school on day when students walk out of classes in protest at gun violence

A former pupil of a Florida high school shot and wounded a classmate on Friday just as students across the United States staged a walkout in protest at the country’s gun violence.


Fulham’s Ryan Sessegnon sets up win over Millwall to boost promotion hopes

This was a result to have the nerves jangling in a corner of south Wales. Fulham have returned to the Championship’s top two, ousting Cardiff from the automatic places for a day at least, with the rousing nature of this success an indication Slavisa Jok


The 13 best places to travel in June for every type of traveler

Jenny Cheng/Business Insider The best places to visit in June mark the start of tourism season in many places around the world. Business Insider looked at airfare trends, climate data, and peak travel times to find the best places to visit in J


Judge 'blocks' sale of Frida Kahlo doll after complaint from Mexican artist's family

A Mexican judge has blocked a company associated with US toymaker Mattel Inc from commercializing the image of artist Frida Kahlo, her family says, as it seeks to halt sales of a Barbie doll styled after the influential artist.


Threatened 700-year-old Banyan tree put on intravenous drip

A Banyan tree said to 700 years old was put on a special intravenous drip to ward off a termite infestation, after Indian officials feared the insects could kill the ancient tourist attraction.


Investigation launched in Italy after one of world's rarest bears dies during capture by rangers

An investigation has been launched in Italy into how one of the world’s rarest bears died after being captured and sedated by biologists.


'Flamboyant' jihadi linked to 9/11 terror cell captured by Kurdish forces in Syria

A Syrian-German jihadist linked to the 9/11 attacks on the United States has been captured in Syria by US-backed forces, the Pentagon said on Thursday.


German theatre under fire for offering free tickets to those who wear a swastika armband

A theatre in Germany was engulfed in controversy on Friday after it offered free tickets to a play based on the life of Hitler to anyone prepared to wear a swastika armband.


Senior Porsche manager arrested in connection with Dieselgate scandal

A senior manager at Porsche has been arrested in Germany in connection with the Dieselgate emissions scandal, it emerged on Friday.


Bling 12-year-old Indian heir gives up luxury to become a monk

A 12-year-old Indian boy who stood to lead a life of luxury and inherit millions has abandoned the high life for an austere, spiritual existence as a monk of the Jain religion.


Boris Johnson says Britain will support Zimbabwe to return to Commonwealth if elections are fair

Britain would back a Zimbabwean bid to rejoin Commonwealth if presidential elections later this summer go smoothly, Boris Johnson has said.


The best cheap restaurants in Britain – as recommended by famous chefs in new ‘Where Chefs Eat’ book

FANCY chefs have great taste in food – but it usually comes at astronomical prices. Until now… some of the biggest names in the restaurant business have revealed the cheap places where they like to eat out. The likes of  Yotam Ottolenghi and


Basque separatists Eta 'truly sorry' for victims of campaign of terror

The Basque militant group Eta yesterday/Fri apologised to the victims of its five-decade campaign of terror in which more than 800 people were killed.


Banker ran out of his home in his underwear to tackle moped-riding thief trying to rob his Mercedes

An investment banker ran out of his London home in his underwear to tackle a moped robber who was trying to break into his Mercedes in the street.


Tourists face up to €10,000 fine for urinating in Renaissance loggia, as Florence braces for summer onslaught

Tourists caught urinating in the street in Florence have been hit with fines of up to 10,000 euros (£8,750) each as Italy vows to crack down on anti-social behaviour by visitors this summer.


The Best And Worst Places To Breath Air In America [Infographic]

Earlier this week, the American Lung Association released its 19th annual air quality report, finding that 133.9 million people across the U.S. are at risk from air pollution. Six of the top ten metros with the worst year-round concentration of particular


Chinese military 'challenged Australian warships in the South China Sea'

China's navy was involved in a "robust" confrontation with three Australian warships in the disputed South China Sea, media reported.


South Africa's Cyril Ramaphosa cuts UK trip short to deal with violent protests 

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has cut short his participation in the Commonwealth summit in Britain to tackle violent demonstrations at home, his office said, in one of the first major challenges of his new presidency.


Chingford fire: Woman dies as flames engulf London care home for adults with learning difficulties 

A woman has died after a fire in the early hours at a London care home for adults with learning disabilities.


US sorghum armada U-turns at sea after China's latest tariff salvo in brewing trade war

Several ships carrying cargoes of sorghum from the United States to China have changed course since Beijing slapped hefty anti-dumping deposits on US imports of the grain, trade sources and a Reuters analysis of export and shipping data showed.


Sashimi pizza, anyone? The rise of Japanese 'dude food'

In a dimly-lit rock’n’roll restaurant on the King’s Road, tables of hip young beer-drinkers are playing roulette.


North Korea’s nuclear reactor puts 100 million people in ‘mortal danger’ amid fears of Asian Chernobyl

Shortcuts on safety standards, poor maintenance and disdain for operational protocols at North Korea’s Yongbyon nuclear power plant are putting 100 million people across north-east Asia in “mortal danger”, according to a new


James Comey's memos: Donald Trump told by Putin that Russia had 'most beautiful hookers'

Donald Trump told James Comey that Russian President Vladimir Putin had boasted to him about the beauty of his country's prostitutes, according to a memo written by Comey.


North Korea drops demand for US troop withdrawal from South in boost for talks

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has reportedly dropped his demand that US troops leave the Korean Peninsula in return for giving up his nuclear weapons, potentially removing one of the biggest obstacles to a peace deal.


Pittsburgh police brace for violence if Donald Trump fires Robert Mueller

Pittsburgh police are preparing for riots if President Donald Trump fires Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating the Russia scandal.

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