A man will appear in court charged with the murder of a French film producer, who was found buried in a shallow grave in her garden in west London. Laureline Garcia-Bertaux, 34, was reported missing on 5 March. Her body was found the following day in the back garden... Read more
“Several things cause me concern,” Simpson said toward the end of the hearing, as he weighed whether four asylum seekers who weren’t present should be removed in absentia. RELATED: Homeland Security expands program of returning migrants to Mexico to await hearings The migrants who appeared at the San Diego... Read more
Pictures of a giant, odd-looking fish have gone viral after it washed up on a beach in South Australia. Identified as an ocean sunfish by experts, the 1.8m (6ft)-long specimen was first spotted by a group of fishermen driving along the sand. At first, they mistook it for a... Read more
As the frozen fish defrosts under the hot Kenyan sun, fishmonger Mechak Juma prefers not to tell his customers that it has come all the way from China. We are at the largest fish market in the city of Kisumu, on the eastern shores of Lake Victoria, Africa’s largest... Read more
Southern Africa was scrambling on Wednesday to respond to a humanitarian disaster in the wake of Cyclone Idai, as the death toll rose and infrastructure connecting the poor region was destroyed, dealing a heavy economic blow and impeding aid delivery. The official death toll in Mozambique was 200, with 100... Read more
Missouri towns brace for more flooding as Nebraska cleans up More By Humeyra Pamuk VALLEY, Neb. (Reuters) – Small Missouri towns on Wednesday prepared for the next wave of flooding along the snow-melt-swollen Missouri River after high waters wreaked nearly $1.5 billion in damage in Nebraska, and officials warned... Read more
Today’s meeting in New Zealand’s parliament started with the reciting of Holy Quran (Twitter) A Muslim imam on Tuesday led prayers in New Zealand’s Parliament, meeting for the first time since last week’s terrorist attacks on two mosques claimed 50 lives. Nizam ul Haq Thanvi recited verses from the... Read more
Migration Minister Nabila Makram (Twitter) Migration Minister Nabila Makram will visit New Zealand on Tuesday to visit the 11 Egyptians injured in the mosque attacks and to hold a meeting with members of the Egyptian community there, MENA reported. A white nationalist gunman shot dead 49 people at two... Read more
Dutch police on Monday arrested the suspect in a shooting on a tram in the city of Utrecht (Twitter) Dutch police on Monday arrested the suspect in a shooting on a tram in the city of Utrecht in which three people were killed, a police chief said. “We have... Read more
British government officials forged documents to produce “fake news stories” during the Cold War, newly released files show. The Information Research Department (IRD) was the Foreign Office’s secret propaganda unit. For 30 years it fed information to journalists and had its own news agencies too. Almost 2,000 of its... Read more