Meghan reveals 'something blue' she wore at royal wedding
In this file photo dated Saturday, May 19, 2018, Britain's Prince Harry and Meghan Markle leave after their wedding ceremony at St. George's Chapel in Windsor Castle, in Windsor, England. Meghan Markle has revealed in a television documentary aired Sunday Sept.
Tunisia floods kill at least 4, cause major damage
Tunisian Prime Minister Youssef Chahed visited the town of Nabeul, about 70 kilometers west of the capital, on Sunday, a day after heavy rains hit the region. He said that "it's urgent to work so things return to normal."
German government seeks to end stand-off over spy chief
The leaders of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's governing coalition are trying to resolve a standoff over the future of the country's domestic intelligence chief. The centre-left Social Democrats want Hans-Georg Maassen removed for appearing to downplay recent violence against migrants, but conservative interior minister Horst Seehofer has stood by him.
Corbyn defends record on anti-Semitism after - hurtful' attack by ex-chief rabbi
Rabbi Lord Sacks compared Mr Corbyn's remarks regarding a group of British Zionists with Mr Powell's incendiary 1968 "Rivers of Blood" speech. On BBC1's Andrew Marr Show the Labour leader urged Jewish people considering leaving the country if he entered Number 10 to remain in the UK.
Teenager shot four times in paramilitary-style attack
The 18-year-old man was shot in each arm and leg in the early hours of Sunday, in what police have described as a paramilitary-style attack. The Police Service of Northern Ireland said the "brutal" attack took place at a house in the Moneycannon Road area of Ballymoney.
Briton claiming to be Birmingham pharmacist held in Syria
A Briton who claims to be a pharmacist from Birmingham has been detained in Syria on suspicion of being a member of Islamic State. The man, who says his name is Anwar Miah, is said to have been apprehended by Kurdish forces a month ago near Hajin in Deir ez-Zur, a province on the Iraq border.
Iran's president blames US after attack on military parade
A woman takes her children to shelter as an army member tries to help them, during a shooting at the military parade Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has said an unnamed US-allied country in the Persian Gulf was behind an attack on a military parade that killed 25 people and wounded around 70. He could have been referring to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates or Bahrain - close US military allies that view Iran as a regional menace over its support for militant groups across the Middle East. Terrorists recruited, trained, armed & paid by a foreign regime have attacked Ahvaz.
Pope to honor victims of Soviet and Nazi crimes in Baltics
Pope Francis is paying tribute to Lithuanians who suffered and died during Soviet and Nazi occupations on the day the country remembers the near-extermination of its centuries-old Jewish community during the Holocaust. Francis began his second day in the Baltics in Lithuania's second city, Kaunas, where an estimated 3,000 Jews survived out of a community of 37,000 during the 1941-1944 Nazi occupation.
Japanese supply ship heads to space station
An unmanned Japanese space capsule is headed to the International Space Station filled with cargo including food, experiments and new batteries. The craft was launched from the Tanegashima Space Centre in southern Japan.
China Summons US Envoys over Sanctions Linked to Russia Deal
China summoned the American ambassador and the defense attache and recalled its navy commander from a U.S. trip to deliver a strong protest against economic sanctions Washington lodged over the purchase of Russian fighter jets and surface-to-air missile equipment. "We demand that the U.S. immediately correct the mistake and revoke the so-called sanctions, otherwise the U.S. must bear the consequences," the Defense Ministry said in a statement.
Time to hold our nerve over Brexit, May tells Tories
Theresa May has told warring Tories the time has come for the party to "hold our nerve" and unite in the national interest as the Brexit negotiations enter their final stages. Following the rebuff of her Chequers plan by EU leaders in Salzburg last week, the Prime Minister warned opposition parties were plotting to exploit the situation to derail Brexit altogether.
House of Fraser stores in Edinburgh, Hull and Swindon face closure
House of Fraser stores in Edinburgh, Hull and Swindon are to close, with Mike Ashley blaming landlords for putting hundreds of jobs at risk. The Sports Direct tycoon, who recently bought the department store chain out of administration for 90 million, has been in tense talks with landlords over rents in recent weeks.
The Latest: Official: Campaign office raided in bribery case
An opposition party spokesman in the Maldives says police obtained a warrant to search the main campaign office of the party's presidential candidate based on police intelligence that the office was being used to coordinate vote-buying. Spokesman Shauna Aminath says police obtained the 14-hour warrant Saturday to search the office for documents or other evidence of bribery ahead of Sunday's Maldives election, which is widely seen as a referendum on the country's democracy.
Irish minister voices concern over DUP's role in Brexit
The Irish Foreign Affairs Minister has expressed concern about the implications of the UK Conservative Party supply and confidence deal with the DUP on Brexit. Simon Coveney said no party should have a veto over the future of the Irish border after the UK leaves the European Union.
Thousands of Russians protest Putin plan to raise retirement ages
MOSCOW For yet another weekend, thousands rallied across Russia on Saturday to protest the government's plan to raise the eligibility age for retirement pensions by five years. Several thousand people attended a Moscow rally organized by the Communist Party and other leftist groups, which was authorized by city officials.
Some see signs of hope on North Korea as Trump heads to UN
North Korea's Kim Jong Un is "little rocket man" no more. President Donald Trump isn't a "mentally deranged U.S. dotard."
Survivor found as death toll 167 in Tanzania ferry disaster
An engineer was found near the engine of the upturned vessel, Mwanza regional commissioner John Mongella told reporters. The Tanzanian Broadcasting Corporation reported he had shut himself into the engine room.
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