• Hariri suspects resignation

    beirut November 22, 2017 10:27 Hot Recent News

    Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has suspended his resignation at the request of President Michel Aoun. The 47-year-old Prime Minister returned to Lebanon on Tuesday after a stay in Saudi Arabia where he reportedly was detained.

  • Mnangagwa returns to Zimbabwe

    harare November 22, 2017 07:30 Hot Recent News

    Emmerson Mnangagwa returns to Zimbabwe on Wednesday. It is still uncertain when he is sworn in as Robert Mugabe's successor as president of the African state, Wednesday or Thursday, the ZANU-PF party said.

  • Premier Hariri back in Lebanon

    beirut November 21, 2017 22:48 Hot Recent News

    Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri has returned to his homeland, more than two weeks after he announced his resignation in Saudi Arabia. He landed at Beirut airport on Tuesday evening, aboard a plane from Cairo that made a brief stopover in Cyprus. That has been announced by his spokesman.

  • Trump is not allowed to ban transgender from army

    baltimore November 21, 2017 20:48 Hot Recent News

    Again, a federal judge has spoken out against President Donald Trump's plan to ban transgender people from the US Army. In Baltimore district judge Marvin Garbis ruled Tuesday that such a ban amounts to discrimination and is in violation of the constitution.

  • Truck with elephants is on fire

    November 21, 2017 19:21 Hot Recent News

    Drivers driving on the US Interstate 24 highway near Georgia on Tuesday had to blink their eyes when they saw three huge elephants along the way. The African pelts were rescued from a trailer that was linked to a fire-laden truck.

  • Mnangagwa successor of Mugabe in Zimbabwe

    harare November 21, 2017 18:33 Hot Recent News

    The formerly dismissed vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa will become the new president of Zimbabwe. The government party ZANU-PF announced this on Tuesday, shortly after Robert Mugabe had resigned as head of state.

  • Bloody year in Mexico

    mexico city November 21, 2017 18:15 Hot Recent News

    Mexico is having a bloody year. Since the beginning of January 23,968 people have died from murder and manslaughter and that is the largest number in a year in the country's modern history.

  • 'From now on I am... HERR BECKER'

    November 21, 2017 18:03 Hot Recent News

    He entered the highest peaks in the world, but saw so many deep valleys. In the life of BORIS BECKER, on Wednesday the tennis legend turns fifty, it is never boring. He looks back at almost half a century of life in the spotlight, but also looks ahead. 'I want to be buried in Wimbledon.'

  • US air strike costs militants Somalia live

    washington November 21, 2017 17:45 Hot Recent News

    In an air strike by the US Air Force at a camp of terrorist movement al-Shabaab in Somalia, at least one hundred militants have been killed. That is what the US military declared on Tuesday.

  • Fuss about 'unsafe space' at school

    canterbury November 21, 2017 15:27 Hot Recent News

    A British school has launched a bold idea: an 'unsafe space' at school to debate about controversial topics. The place has to serve as a forum, but some pupils see little benefit. 'You can be as racist, sexist and xenophobic as you want', says student Sarah Cundy to The Guardian.

  • Iran cheers: 'IS no longer exists'

    teheran November 21, 2017 15:15 Hot Recent News

    The Islamic State (IS) terrorist movement no longer exists according to the Iranian President Hassan Rohani. The Iranian head of state declared Tuesday the end of IS during a televised speech.

  • Better weather when searching for a submarine

    mar del plata November 21, 2017 13:45 Hot Recent News

    The search for the disappeared Argentinian submarine can count on better weather conditions. The ARA San Juan disappeared on Wednesday with 44 passengers on board. The boat was in the southern part of the Atlantic at about 400 kilometers from the Argentine coast at that time.

  • Kim Jong-un forbids singing and drinking

    seoul November 21, 2017 11:21 Hot Recent News

    North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has banned meetings where singing and drinking are prohibited, South Korean spies say. He would therefore like to prevent dissatisfaction with the consequences of the international sanctions against the country leading to actions, said the NIS spy service against the South Korean parliament.

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