15 Bizarre Moments From UK Election Night That You Might Have Missed
Featuring Elmo, and marginal constituencies explained by sex positions.
New Zealand's Burns Units Are At Full Capacity Treating People Injured In The Volcano Eruption
Five people are confirmed dead and eight remain missing, presumed dead, after Monday's eruption off New Zealand's North Island.
16 People Have Been Sentenced To Death For The Murder Of A Teenager Who Reported Sexual Harassment
Nusrat Jahan Rafi, 19, was set on fire after she refused to withdraw a complaint against her principal, in a case that caused outrage in Bangladesh.
These Photos Show The Huge Protests Triggered By A Rise In Subway Fares In Chile
What began as a protest against a 4% rise in subway fares has morphed into a wave of unrest over social inequality.
Kurdish Forces Previously Allied With The US Have Turned To Russian-Backed Syria For Help
"If we have to choose between compromises and the genocide of our people, we will surely choose life for our people."
The 2019 Nobel Peace Prize Has Been Awarded To The Prime Minister Of Ethiopia
Abiy Ahmed was honored for his work towards ending the 20-year conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea.
Hong Kong's Controversial Extradition Bill Will Be Withdrawn, But It's Too Late To Stop The Protests
But mass pro-democracy protests are expected to continue, as Carrie Lam did not meet any of protesters’ other key demands.
These Aerial Pictures Show The Horrifying Extent Of The Devastation Hurricane Dorian Caused In The Bahamas
Seven people have died, but the Bahamian prime minister has warned that the death toll is expected to rise.
Brazil Has Rejected The G7's $22M Aid Package To Fight The Amazon Fires
The money was promised by world leaders at the G7 summit in France. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s chief of staff said that France couldn’t even prevent a fire in Notre Dame Cathedral.
Trump Called The Danish Prime Minister "Nasty" After He Canceled A Visit Because She Won't Sell Greenland
Trump had previously praised Mette Frederiksen for being "direct." By the way, Greenland is still not for sale.
A Woman Tweeted A Picture Of A Man Who Had Shown Her Kindness As A Child Refugee. Within 36 Hours They Were Reunited.
Mevan Babakar said reuniting with the aid worker after 25 years was like being "transported back in time. I felt safe, like I'd seen a family member I hadn't seen in a long time."
These Intense Photos Show Just How Big Hong Kong’s Airport Protest Has Grown
Pro-democracy demonstrators, wearing bandages in solidarity with a woman reportedly shot in the eye with a beanbag round by police, occupied Hong Kong's airport for a fourth day Monday.
The Brazilian Gang Leader Who Tried To Escape Prison Dressed As His Teenage Daughter Has Been Found Dead
Clauvino da Silva was found dead in his cell, having been transferred to solitary confinement after his unsuccessful escape attempt.
Literally Just 27 Wild Pictures Of The Next UK Prime Minister
Introducing the next prime minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
A Russian Hockey Player Actually Spoke Out Against Putin In An Interview
“I doubt if he can tell good from bad,” the New York Rangers’ Artemi Panarin said of Putin, becoming one of the highest-profile Russian athletes to call out the Russian president.
33 People Have Died After A Suspected Arson Attack At An Animation Studio In Japan
Witnesses heard a man shout "Die!" before the fire began, Japan's public broadcaster said.
Italian Police Seized An Air-To-Air Missile During An Investigation Into Far-Right Groups
The missile, which lacked an explosive charge but was in full working order, was found among a huge cache of weapons and Nazi material, police said.
The Pictures Coming Out Of The Hong Kong Protests Are Getting Pretty Wild
Police fired rubber bullets and used tear gas against protesters during the largest demonstrations in Hong Kong since 1997.
Julian Assange Has Been Sentenced To 50 Weeks In Prison For Skipping Bail
The WikiLeaks founder was jailed for skipping bail over allegations of sexual assault in Sweden. He will appear in court via video link for a separate US extradition hearing on Thursday.
Venezuela's Opposition Leader Has Called On Soldiers To Join His Uprising. The Government Says It's A Coup.
Clashes between protesters and soldiers have taken place in Caracas, including armored vehicles driving into demonstrators.