North Korea on Sunday said its leader Kim Jong Un was “fixed” on holding a summit with US President Donald Trump, raising hopes the historic meeting might still take place after a turbulent few days of diplomatic brinkmanship.
A truckers strike that has paralyzed Brazil entered its sixth day Saturday as government troops slowly cleared roads of barricades in a bid to break the impasse.
Ireland on Saturday voted to erase the stigma and burden of shame from hundreds of thousands of women who secretly had abortions, Prime Minister Leo Varadkar said.
When the boy was unexpectedly absent, his school tried to contact his mom but hers was the only number they had and although they visited the flat he shared with her twice they were unable to gain access
US photographer Larry Pannell witnessed the death of the lion near Orpen gate and shared the experience on his blog.
He also tampered with a gas fitting in an attempt to cause an explosion at his home while he was at work a UK court found.
Twenty-two people have been killed in clashes with the army in Cameroon, an opposition MP said Saturday, in the latest violence to hit the restive northwest, where separatists from the English-speaking minority are fighting for greater autonomy.
A single pair of premium melons on Saturday fetched a record 3.2 million yen ($29,300) at auction in Japan, where the fruit is regarded as a status symbol.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp revealed that Mohamed Salah’s injury that forced him off in the first half of the Champions League final on Saturday was “serious”.
For decades, he was the kingmaker lording it over Hollywood who Meryl Streep famously called “God.” But on Friday, Harvey Weinstein was arrested and charged with rape, the most famous pariah of the #MeToo cause.
After hearing about an unwanted advance in a hotel room, Pitt told Weinstein he would kill him if ever he made Paltrow feel uncomfortable again.