Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Parkland teacher who volunteered to carry gun in school left loaded weapon in public...

A Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School teacher left a loaded gun in a public restroom and it was fired by someone, according to...

Why Fifa’s 48-team plan for the 2022 World Cup is bad news for Qatar

Qatar is reluctant to agree to moves by Fifa to increase the size of the 2022 World Cup to 48 teams – and...

Google loses ‘right to be forgotten’ fight against businessman and must delete information about...

Google has lost a landmark “right to be forgotten” ruling and must delete information about a businessman. The site must now remove historical articles...

Decline in bees puts supply of raw materials for global business at risk, says...

Businesses face a shortage of raw materials and a drop in the quality of crop as the number of bees decline worldwide, a...

Asifa Bano: Outrage spreads across India over rape of eight-year-old girl

The gang rape, torture and murder of an eight-year-old Muslim girl in Indian-controlled Kashmir has sparked growing outrage and religious tension across the...

Donald Trump’s allies concerned Russia investigators seized private recordings in raid on lawyer Michael...

President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen sometimes taped conversations with associates, according to three people familiar with his practice and allies of...

Judge rules that Exxon can’t stop probe into whether they lied for decades about...

A Massachusetts judge has ruled that ExxonMobil cannot stop a probe into whether the oil giant misled shareholders for decades about the dangers...

Why is France’s transport network mired in strikes and what does it mean for...

France is currently embroiled in a series of travel strikes that threaten to bring the country to its knees.  Emmanuel Macron's government is facing a "spring...

Why Lionel Messi is making responsible tourism cool

Barcelona has become a poster child for overtourism, so it’s no surprise that one of its residents is keen to champion the cause...

Leading Australian Muslim activist barred from entering the US

Yassmin Abdel-Magied, the award winning author and one Australia’s leading female Muslim activists, was barred from entering the US immediately after she landed in the country. The 27-year-old was...

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