West died peacefully in Los Angeles after a "short but brave battle" with leukaemia, a family spokesperson said. His tongue-in-cheek portrayal of Batman and the superhero's alter ego Bruce Wayne won a cult following.
The diplomatic crisis that broadsided Qatar on Monday could spell trouble for one of its crown jewels: Al Jazeera.
The state-backed media network has become a global brand but is also a polarizing force. It made enemies from Riyadh to Cairo with its criticism of Arab governments and coverage of deposed Egyptian president Mohamed Morsy.
Five Arab states have now broken off diplomatic relations with Qatar, a dramatic move that reveals just how strained the tiny Gulf state's relationship with its neighbors has become. They have accused Qatar of supporting terrorism, accusations the country says are "unjustified" and "baseless."
العثور على صور الترفيه وأشرطة الفيديو. تحقق من مجلة سانيو الحديث للأعمال و تحميل السيرة الذاتية الخاصة بك عن فرص العمل في الشرق الأوسط.
We know this because Eichenwald accidentally left the tab open while tweeting a photo of his computer screen in an unrelated attempt to bark down an anti-semitic troll. While enjoying such reading material is his right, what followed was an excellent demonstration of how not to react after making such an error online.
US President Donald Trump on Friday called on Qatar to stop funding of groups that commit terrorism, saying the Gulf nation had historically done so “at a very high level.”
“No civilized nation can tolerate this violence or allow this wicked ideology to spread on its shores,” Trump told reporters at the White House, where he was holding a joint news conference with Romanian President Klaus Iohannis.
President Trump on Friday chided Qatar for funding terrorism, remarks that could complicate U.S. efforts to ease the diplomatic crisis in the Persian Gulf.
“The nation of Qatar has unfortunately been a funder of terrorism, and at a very high level," Trump said during a press conference at the White House.
I’m a feminist. I’m a dude. And I hate that I love to grill.
Republican Karen Handel, facing off in a special election against Democrat Jon Ossof in Georgia's 6th district, just stuck her entire foot into her mouth.
Charm quarks seem to interact more with other particles than scientists previously thought, new research suggests.
Roy Larner is being hailed as a hero after he fought off several armed terrorists with only his fists during Saturday's attack in London, saving dozens of lives after he single-handedly took on the three men.
Larner, a fan of the soccer team Millwall F.C., told reporters that when three people burst into the Borough Market restaurant saying "Islam, Islam, Islam," he confronted them and said "F--k you, I'm Millwall." Larner said that he stepped in to protect an older friend, and he received several cuts to his head, chest, and hands. He was initially hospitalized in critical condition, but has since been upgraded. He said it was an "instant reaction" to fight back.
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According to AFP sources, the former journalist for Swedish Radio, Farid Ikken, who was shot in an attack on French police, swore allegiance to Daesh in a video just before the attack. Farid Ikken also wrote for UNT and "Fria Tidningen", and in 2009 he won the European Commissions's National Journalist Award Against Discimination for an article about illegal immigrants in the paper "Folket i Bild".
A Scarborough woman swore allegiance to ISIS in a Scarborough courtroom where she appeared to face allegations that she swung a golf club at hardware store employees while screaming threats and Islamic chants. Before Tuesday’s proceedings started, Justice of the Peace Alice Napier asked Rehab Dughmosh, 32, to identify herself in court — but the accused woman didn’t initially answer the question.
Attackers have opened fire at the Iranian parliament and Ayatollah Khomeini's mausoleum in the capital, Tehran, causing a number of casualties.
Heavy gunfire could be heard on videos filmed from outside parliament, and there are reports that a security guard has been killed.
At the mausoleum several people were injured, and at least one suicide bomber died.
Trump is dealing with two historic data sets greatly impacting his young presidency.
Horrified tourists looked on as a group of zoo staff members pushed a live donkey into a tiger enclosure
Last month, President Trump visited Saudi Arabia and his administration announced that he had concluded a $110 billion arms deal with the kingdom. The only problem is that there is no deal. It's fake news.
The women's network #Vistårinteut, which gathers volunteers and professionals from the refugee industry, has filed a criminal complaint regarding a video which compiles screenshots of posts from their [secret] Facebook-group. Many of these posts give the impression that the women in fact have clear sexual motives for their involvement with so called "refugee children", which has agitated the activists from #Vistårinteut.
"They wanted to trade in his blood and published his photos," he said. He said his shaved his son's head to try to disguise him and shield him from media attention.
Police in Portland posted pictures of the many weapons they seized at a rally on Sunday.
“Where did life come from?” It is a question people have thought about for millennia, and it is a question that is worth trying to answer. Nevertheless, not everyone is interested in looking for that answer. Indeed, many people prefer to simply insert god as the answer rather than actually wrestling with the question. Even…
Penn State University researchers have found that a genetic mutation led to the rise of white skin when humans left Africa 20,000 to 50,000 years ago.
The United States is expected to signal on Tuesday that it might withdraw from the United Nations Human Rights Council unless reforms are ushered in including the removal of what it sees as an "anti-Israel bias", diplomats and activists said.
Two of the London Bridge terrorists have been named by Scotland Yard as Khuram Shazad Butt and Rachid Redouane,
Butt, a 27-year-old British citizen born in Pakistan, and Redouane, who claimed to be Moroccan-Libyan, both lived in Barking, east London.
Saudi Arabia, Egypt, UAE, Bahrain, Yemen and the Maldives announced they would suspend relations with the Gulf state.
The Saudi kingdom made the announcement via its state-run Saudi Press Agency early on Monday, saying it was taking action for what it called the protection of national security.
The news agency released a statement in which it accused Qatar of "harbouring a multitude of terrorist and sectarian groups that aim to create instability in the region".
Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have severed diplomatic ties with Qatar, accusing it of fueling extremism and terrorism.