iStock(PARIS) — France’s Former Minister of Ecology Delphine Batho wants to end Black Friday in France in the name of the fight against “overconsumption.” Originating in the United States, Black Friday promotions have managed to conquer French
Gaylen Grandstaff(MOSCOW) — A Moscow court on Wednesday will rule whether to uphold the release of an American man who was freed from a Russian jail in March after spending almost two years in detention while on
ABC News(NEW YORK) — In the western tip of Syria, airstrikes were a constant. President Bashar al Assad has waged war against his own people since 2011, aided by Russia’s military. The scale of terror and loss
huettenhoelscher/iStock(DRESDEN, Germany) — Dresden, Germany, is still reeling more than a day after a spectacular heist in which robbers made off with precious diamonds and jewels from one of the world’s oldest museums. Police said it’s unlikely
mammuth/iStock(LONDON) — While American eyes were focused on the Trump impeachment hearings on Capitol Hill last week, the U.K. has been embroiled in a political scandal of its own. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing an
iStock(NEW YORK) — Ellenborough Lewis, the koala whose dramatic rescue from Australian bush fires was a symbol of hope for the struggling koala population, has had to be put down because of the severity of his injuries.
iStock(NEW YORK) — An angry crowd set fire to a United Nations building as well as a local mayor’s office in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on Monday, in the wake of a deadly attack by
CiydemImages/iStock(LONDON) — The truck driver charged with manslaughter after 39 Vietnamese people were found dead in the back of a refrigerated truck in October, pleaded guilty on Monday to two lesser charges. Maurice Robinson, 25, of Northern