Malcolm Turnbull will become Australia's 29th prime minister after beating Tony Abbott in a dramatic leadership ballot in Canberra on Monday night.
Turkish police raided a magazine on Monday over a mocked-up "selfie" of a smiling President Tayyip Erdogan with the coffin of a soldier - an allusion to comments that families of soldiers killed by Kurdish rebels could be happy about their martyrdom.
Or just taking the fall for one?
8 years to fix the malfunctioning heart of the world's financial and legal systems but nothing was actually done … and now the clock is ticking and there is hardly any time left.
There is one class of money that is constantly being created and destroyed, and that is bank credit.
To be sure, there's something terribly ironic about the central bank for central banks telling the world that the market is too dependent upon central banks, but then again, the Bank for International Settlements isn't exactly shy...
Germans, Czechs Return To "Border Controls" With Austria, Riot Police Dispatched To Contain Refugee Crisis
In the September 2015 issue of National Geographic, journalist Bryan Christy's story, "Tracking Ivory," began with a brilliant idea: Design artificial elephant tusks, complete with GPS devices, and monitor where they travel.
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Europe has complex immigration rules. As the EU web site shows, there are multiple layers of immigration regulations encompassing both the local national level and the EU level.
With all the news about the amount of refugees coming from Syria to claim asylum and most of the European countries giving amnesty to all the refugees I thought I wonder what Nigel Farage thinks about this whole thing. Well I found one.
Syrian Girl on the monumental media deception behind the crisis
Diplomatic cables and statements by officials counteract propaganda on Syria
The issue of immigration has only become more pressing over the ten years that have passed since this article's original publication. And, unfortunately, the libertarian movement has not reached a consensus on this issue.
Will the U.S. accept responsibility for the humanitarian consequences of Washington-manufactured wars?
A farmer who urinated in a field was rushed to hospital after a snake bit him on the penis.
Scientists built the most powerful physics machine on earth to study the fate of our universe, and it may break the laws of physics
A Reuters report confirms that Russians are taking part in the fighting on the side of Syrian President Bashar Assad.
"Liberalism is the ideology of Western suicide," wrote James Burnham in his 1964 "Suicide of the West."
David Cameron's admission that the UK has targeted and killed Reyaad Khan, a prominent member of Islamic State represents the first killing of a British citizen by a UK military drone.
'Kanyon' unmanned sub to target harbors, cities
We've had it coming from the beginning.
The Chinese government has spent 1.5 trillion yuan ($236 billion) trying to prop up the country's plunging stock market, according to analysis by Goldman Sachs.
Pristinely dressed in the black robes and scarlet sash of the princes of the Roman Catholic Church, the Wisconsin-born Cardinal Raymond Burke sat in his elaborately upholstered armchair and appeared to issue a warning to Pope Francis.
Germany is once again in the midst of massive anti-immigration rallies, which are often met with counter-marches, dividing the country in two.
GUALFIN, Argentina - September is here. As expected, market volatility is increasing. The Great Zombie War is intensifying. And investors are getting scared.
Janet Yellen has the fixed-income market just where she wants it: ripe for the first increase in U.S. interest rates since 2006.
The United States has asked Greece to deny Russia the use of its airspace for supply flights to Syria, a Greek official said on Monday, after Washington told Moscow it was deeply concerned by reports of a Russian military build up in Syria.
American officials express concern about latest intelligence suggesting Moscow is preparing to send hundreds of personnel to prop up Assad regime
Syrians set out on foot to travel the 105 mile route