International - Today’s News
Twitter users teamed up last night to catch suspects in a homophobic attack in Philadelphia
“Can they be safe in bikinis… unless they are not beautiful?,” Thailand’s military ruler said.
The American president ordered 3,000 US military personnel to West Africa to combat the growing health crisis.
Company predicts massive losses after writing off more than €1 billion in worthless goodwill for its mobiles.
They’ve jumped the fence, baby, and are coming to visit us.
Oskar Groening is accused of managing money and property stolen from victims.
Both sides have one more day of campaigning before the public go to the polls tomorrow.
International - Yesterday’s News
SpaceX is headed by PayPal co-founder Elon Musk.
The items they stole were made of metal, and not gold.
The attack is the first since a 26 August ceasefire.
Hundreds of people have been forced to evacuate.
Then throws a tyre at him. As you do.
They’ve also arrested a suspect after thousands of people viewed the crime on YouTube.
Several people are seriously injured following the crash, which occurred in heavy fog.
The Apple CEO said that Apple’s business is ‘not based on having information’ about its users and that government agencies don’t have back door access to its servers.
It comes as Ukraine and the EU ratify an association agreement that Poroshenko called the first step towards EU membership.
NATO hasn’t yet released the nationalities of the victims.
The two people, both in their 20s, were found beaten to death early on Monday morning.
Last week Obama ordered a “relentless” war against the Islamic State.
The current outbreak has killed 2,400 people so far.
Separatists say it will be up to the people to decide but there are questions about how secure the monarchy would be after independence.
International - Monday 15 September, 2014
30 diplomats met today in Paris on the issue.
The convict says that he has “unbearable psychic suffering”.
The two were found with head wounds in the popular resort of Koh Tao.
Prosecutors say there is no evidence he was plotting an attack in Germany.
Some people just want to watch the world burn.
The company will join Microsoft studios while its three founders, Markus Persson, Carl Manneh and Jakob Porser, are now leaving.
The West needs to stop hiding behind treaties that Russia has already invalidated, writes John O’Donnell.
The UN has estimated that 2,200 people have drowned crossing the seas since June.
SABMiller is the second-largest brewing company in the world, Heineken is third.
Representatives of 20 nations will take part.
International - Sunday 14 September, 2014
David Cameron has described the killing as “an act of pure evil”.
The woman was walking her dog early this morning when the man grabbed her.
Today’s sole Premier League game sees Manchester United host QPR.
400 air personnel and about 200 military personnel followed a formal request from Washington for Australia to contribute to the international coalition.
Generalising people is wrong – unless they drive an Impreza.
The multiple major winner said he was a ‘lucky man’ after the incident.
The singer died in 2011, at the age of 27.
Matthew Miller was arrested in April after he allegedly ripped up his visa and demanded asylum in North Korea.
International - Saturday 13 September, 2014
Islamic State has threatened to kill David Haines, who was kidnapped in March last year.
Today’s early kick-off sees champions Man City travel to the Emirates. Join us for live minute-by-minute updates on all the action.
The fire claimed the lives of 53 animals and a 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with it.
“This verdict is not justice for Reeva. I just want the truth”.