The Swedish authorities have released a sonar image that they say is evidence that a small U-boat breached their territory in October.
American lawyer Michael Garcia, whose 18-month investigation formed the basis of the inquiry, has disowned FIFA’s interpretation of his report.
“There’s more chance of confirming that Bin Laden was fighting there.”
The perfect gift for a man who won’t wear a shirt.
Russia moves warships off Brisbane to “flex muscle” ahead of G20 summit.
Anti-LGBT figure Maxim Martsinkevich will now serve just under three years for extremism.
Putin smiled up a storm at the APEC summit in Beijing.
Chinese officials are not happy about a video showing Russian President Vladimir Putin giving a blanket to China’s first lady, Peng Liyuan. The video was scrubbed.
Mr Abbott was just centimeters away!
The same day that Russia launches the new website and radio service, CNN gets taken off the air, a top newspaper editor is forced to step down, and a leading magazine gets a note of warning.
The decision to shut down operations at the end of the year comes after three years struggling to obtain a license in the country.
The pair were married at a ceremony in St. Petersburg attended by numerous LGBT rights activists.
Kiev said the tanks were joined by military trucks, troops, and artillery.
The Russian ruble is worth 41% less, in dollar terms, than it was on January 1. U.S. and E.U. sanctions, plus a big drop in oil prices, are to blame.
“Many Western countries would be jealous of elections like these.” Max Seddon reports from Donetsk, Ukraine, for BuzzFeed News.
The company said the iPhone was now “gay propaganda.”
“What could he bring us? The Ebola virus, AIDS, gonorrhea?”
The hackers gained access to computers with unclassified information, the Washington Post reported.
Russian soldiers are still in Luhansk, Buzzfeed News reports, but aren’t doing much to make the rebel state a reality.
So many bizarre weddings.
The 63-year-old CEO of Europe’s third largest oil company, Total, died in a plane accident at a Moscow airport on Tuesday.
While volunteering for the Peace Corps in Ukraine in 2010, I contracted a rare, severe strain of drug-resistant TB. Two years of painful, isolating treatment taught me the vital role social media may play in dragging this disease out of the shadows and finally getting rid of it for good.
“It was the most blatant example of shit-faced ignorance and pig-headed arrogance the world has seen since the likes of Hitler or Pol Pot.”
A photo exhibit and a pop-up Putin shop raise questions. “Nobody would ask if an Pro-Maidan exhibition or images showing the Free Syrian Army…is funded, lets say, by Saudi Arabia, the US or NATO states.”
“Apparently we got the Kremlin really pissed,” an aide to the fired governor told BuzzFeed News.
These lunches are cool enough for school.
“We’re shocked that an American official would … out him as an asylum-seeker.”
Update: Kyrgyzstan’s lawmakers voted Oct. 15 to advance a bill that could put individuals who spread “propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations” in prison for up to a year.
Foreign Minister Linas Linkevičius also tells BuzzFeed News in an interview that Russia is financing propaganda inside the country.
White nationalists from the U.S. and Europe thought they would find an easy home in Hungary, with its increasingly right-wing government. They were wrong. BuzzFeed News’ Max Seddon reports from Budapest.