US President Donald Trump said on Friday he is considering pardoning some 3,000 people, including the late boxing champion Muhammad Ali, whose conviction for refusing to join the US military during the Vietnam War was later vacated by the US...
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) has urged co-ordinated action to end rising cases of children labourers worldwide, which has hit 152 million. Director-General of the ILO, Guy Ryder, who spoke yesterday on the sideline of the on-going ILO yearly conference...
leader Kim Jong Un will begin during the morning of June 12, the White House said on Monday, offering the two leaders plenty of time for follow-up meetings in the afternoon. “The first meeting will be on June 12 at...
The United States President Donald Trump’s lawyers have said that the president has the power to pardon himself if charges arise from the investigation into Russian collusion, but he has no intention of doing so. The claim, made by Trump’s...
Kenya’s president has ordered all state procurement personnel on Friday to undergo lie-detector tests as part of measures to tackle graft after dozens of officials and business people were detained for alleged theft of public funds. On Monday, 54 people...
Pedro Sánchez was sworn in Saturday as Spain's Prime Minister, a day after ousting scandal hit political rival Mariano Rajoy in a no-confidence vote. Sánchez, who leads the Spanish Socialist Workers' Party (PSOE), took the oath of office before King Felipe...
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are returning £7 million worth of wedding gifts, in accordance with royal guidelines. The newlyweds aren’t allowed to accept gifts given for commercial purposes, for example, clothing that the Duchess might wear and that...
The death of three Nigerians have been reported in a rented accommodation in Uttam Nagar area of New Delhi, India. According to India’s Hindu newspaper, the Nigerians were found dead on Friday, with the police recovering bottles of alcohol and soft...
A group of 13 Japanese governors have joined forces to let babies cry if they want to — or at least create a society that is more tolerant of tearful tots. The “We Love Babies Project” comes against the backdrop...
Spain’s parliament on Friday ousted Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy in a no-confidence vote sparked by fury over his party’s corruption woes, with his Socialist arch-rival Pedro Sanchez automatically taking over. An absolute majority of 180 lawmakers voted for the motion...
A United States televangelist has asked his followers to help fund his fourth private jet because Jesus “wouldn’t be riding a donkey”. Mr Jesse Duplantis said God had told him to buy a Falcoln 7X for $54m (£41m). He added...