Cache of guns & knives seized as German police target suspected KKK-offshoot
German law enforcement has conducted a nation-wide operation against a far-right group, seizing weapons and Nazi-themed memorabilia from its members. Around 40 people are under investigation, police confirmed.
Bogotá blast: Deadly car bomb rocks Colombia capital
A car bomb explosion has killed at least nine people in the Colombian capital, Bogotá, the country's defence ministry says.The blast happened outside a school for police cadets in the south of the city.Fifty-four people were reportedly injured in the blast which happened at 09:30 local time (14:30 GMT).
Journalist who exposed football corruption shot dead in Ghana
A Ghanaian journalist who helped expose corruption in African football has been shot dead in Accra.Ahmed Husein was part of a team led by award-winning journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas, whose investigation led to the resignation of the head of the Ghana Football Association.
Lyon explosion: Huge blast at university campus in France leaves three injured
Three people have been injured in a massive explosion at a university building in Lyon, France.Footage of the blast shows a fireball erupting into the sky above the building where a large fire could already be seen on the roof
Australia: Hutchison Ports workers begin work bans in Sydney and Brisbane
Workers at Hutchison Ports’ container terminals in Sydney and Brisbane are set to begin limited industrial action today, opposing demands by the global stevedoring company for sweeping wage cuts and a further erosion of working conditions in a new enterprise agreement (EA).
Britain's Labour leader tells May: rule out no-deal before we talk
British opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn confirmed on Thursday he would only hold talks with Prime Minister Theresa May about Brexit if she ruled out a no-deal exit.“She seems to be prepared to send the country hurtling towards a cliff edge,” Corbyn said in a speech in the southern English coastal town of Hastings.
Latest migrant caravan marches on as Trump again demands border wall
Hundreds of Central American migrants have continued their march towards the United States, crossing from Honduras into Guatemala, as Donald Trump again demanded the construction of a border wall he claims would keep such groups out.
Intellectuals, Artists, Back Zapatistas Against AMLO's Projects
A large group of intellectuals, scholars and activists from around the world signed a letter standing with the National Liberation Zapatista Army (EZLN) and against the current “disinformation, lies and smear campaign” directed at them because of their opposition to megaprojects near their autonomous territory.
Many coffee species threatened with extinction, scientists warn
Climate change and deforestation are putting more than half the world’s wild coffee species at risk of extinction, including the popular commercial coffees Arabica and Robusta, scientists warned on Wednesday.