Lin stands accused of espionage, attempted espionage, unauthorized communication
of privileged information relating to national defense, and patronizing a prostitute.
Four Dutch masterpieces dating from the country's 17th-century Golden Age have been recovered by security services in Ukraine over 10 years after they were stolen from a museum in the Netherlands, Ukraine Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin said on Thursday.
The first time a neural-computer interface has given precise movement to a human limb using only the patient's thoughts.
Iran’s top international advisor said that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad should remain until the end of his term -- in 2021 -- warning that any demands for his removal would amount to a crossing of Tehran’s “red line.”
Sure, why not? It's not like the EU ever was democratic, so why even pretend!
How many of them were moved by Russian disinformation? It’s hard to say, though certainly there has been a lot of it in the Netherlands in recent years, and it accelerated in recent months. Much of it served to create extra uncertainty and fears about nonexistent Ukrainian threats.
Swedish public network SVT has been forced to apologise for broadcasting computer generated images of a man and woman with large genitalia to illustrate explanations of a vitamin-B12 deficiency and a inguinal hernia.
A Norwegian politician who was raped in his own home by a Somali asylum seeker says he feels guilty his attacker has been deported.
Karsten Nordal Hauken said his life fell into ruin after the assault but felt responsible that the perpetrator would possibly face an uncertain future in his native country.
A Canadian-led team of scientists has uncovered piles of manure deposited in the Alps by a massive gathering of mammals 2,200 years ago — and they think it solves a longstanding historical mystery.
So, we blame ourselves in order to remain blameless. Safer to blame our own societies and socioeconomic conditions than to blame the religious and cultural concepts with which terrorists poison their own minds.
Armenia warned a "full-scale war" could break out with Azerbaijan after the worst fighting in two decades erupted over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh territory, threatening to destabilize a region flanked by Russia, Turkey and Iran.
Is good to be King.
In response to a New York Times editorial criticizing Ukraine's "unyielding corruption," President Petro Poroshenko said that spreading such damaging information was part of the hybrid war against Ukraine.
On April 1, 1957, the BBC TV show "Panorama" ran a segment about the Swiss spaghetti harvest,
enjoying a "bumper year" thanks to mild weather and the elimination of the spaghetti weevil.
How should white settlement be characterized
in the wording of the Australian constitution?
Guided by ancient Norse sagas and modern satellite images, searchers discover what may be North America's second Viking site.
Turkey's Foreign Ministry summoned Germany's ambassador last week over a satirical broadcast by German television station NDR, Spiegel magazine's online edition reported on Monday.
There is no such thing as "title too long" in Dailyfail.
By Alastair Crooke, former MI-6 agent; Author, ‘Resistance: The Essence of Islamic Revolution’
Syrian troops backed by Russian air support fought their way into the Islamic State-held city of Palmyra on Thursday, their biggest offensive yet against the jihadist caliphate, as Moscow and Washington hailed cooperation to help end the civil war.
The Saudi-formed High Negotiations Committee (HNC) of the Syrian opposition has reported two militia units from North Korea are fighting for government forces.
Key presidential primaries results by state.
They stripped away many of the cells on 73 donor hearts that were deemed unfit for transplantation. Then the researchers took adult skin cells and used a new technique with messenger RNA to turn them into pluripotent stem cells, the cells that can become specialized to any type of cell in the human body, and then induced them to become two different types of cardiac cells.
With country at risk of becoming a failed state, Kiev must recognise that economic survival depends on Moscow not the west
The State Department believes it has mastered the art of articulating two (or more) completely contradictory positions at the same time, but as you can read above, the resulting dog's breakfast is a horror to read and probably a hazard to thinking person.
Sen. John McCain believes Russia’s decision to withdraw its troops from Syria is not a step towards peace, but instead a sign of President Barack Obama’s failed policies in the region.