“I cannot stand to see my country in this distress.”
There’s a small cottage industry supplying the endless demonstrations as the country’s economy struggles.
The imminent beer drought comes as workers at the country’s biggest brewing company have gone on strike over pay.
For months, thousands of migrants have been stranded in the northern French city, desperately looking for an opportunity to enter the UK through the Channel Tunnel, which connects Britain to mainland Europe.
PayPal, iCloud, and many online subscription services are now off limits due to laws banning the use of Greek credit cards to spend money outside the country.
Friday was the final day of campaigning ahead of Sunday’s referendum that could lead to Greece’s exit from the Eurozone. About 25,000 people turned out for a “no” rally, and about 17,000 for a “yes” rally, police said.
The company’s French director general announced they were stopping the service Friday, as it awaits a decision by France’s Constitutional Council on its legality in September.
Taiwan aviation officials on Tuesday released a detailed report of how the pilot mistakenly shut off the plane’s only working engine after the other lost power. “Wow, pulled back the wrong side throttle,” the captain said shortly before crashing.
The U.S. Supreme Court decision inspired them to seek their own version of a same-sex marriage, one bride said.
Kendrick White, who has lived in Russia for more than 20 years, told BuzzFeed News he’s “still trying to wrap my head around the absurdity of what’s happening.”
Farkhunda, an Afghan woman, was wrongly accused of destroying the holy book and murdered by a mob in Kabul in March. Four men initially sentenced to death over the murder will now serve jail terms of up to 20 years.
The Swiss Federal Office of Justice said it received formal extradition requests for seven men indicted on corruption charges.
The incident happened a kilometer off the coast of Ormoc City. Nineteen people are missing.
About 1,200 students from one university in China pack themselves into one gymnasium to help beat the heat.
When your nation has a big decision to make, turn to Photoshop.
Three generations of the same Luton family are thought to have travelled to Syria some weeks ago, police said.
Dubbed the “British Schindler,” Winton helped 669 Jewish children avoid a grim fate by smuggling them out of Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia.
This is the latest in a string of legal victories for LGBT people in East and Southern Africa.
“France is dog life,” one piece of graffiti in the port city of Calais says.
Militants affiliated to ISIS launched a wave of simultaneous attacks on military positions in the restive peninsula on Wednesday morning.
In 2009, an American aid worker seeking to provide internet service for Cubans was thrown in jail for more than five years. Now, as relations with Cuba finally thaw, the imprisonment of Alan Gross remains a prime example of how promoting American values in countries that don’t want them is a policy that is as well-intentioned as it is poorly executed.
The younger members of the movement want to take revenge and are shifting the group’s ideology in a more radical direction.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras struck a defiant tone after his government missed a midnight deadline to repay the International Monetary Fund roughly 1.5 billion euros, sending the nation into deeper financial turmoil.
A senior White House official told BuzzFeed News Tuesday that the Cuban and U.S. governments “have reached an agreement to re-establish formal diplomatic relations.”
Bad maintenance, natural erosion, tourist-made damage, and brick-stealing are taking their toll on the Great Wall.
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“Mission accomplished,” the group’s director says.