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Turkey Should Reset Syria Policy by Adopting Constructive Approach

Istanbul Policy Center director Fuat Keyman said that Turkey must avoid being dragged into a sectarian standoff in Syria and the wider region.

A Trump Ally Plots to Challenge Cruz Delegates

Planning for a possible open convention, a super-PAC headed by Donald Trump ally Roger Stone, the self-proclaimed dirty trickster, has quietly scoured the country for evidence that could be used disqualify delegates supporting Sen. Ted Cruz. Show More Summary

More Protests as French Parliament Debates Unpopular Labor Reforms

There have been more protests outside the French Parliament building, where lawmakers Tuesday (May 3) begin debating controversial reforms to the country's labor laws, which have provoked unrest across France for months.

Paris Youth Protest Against Labor Reforms Amid First Hearing

Several hundred students and trade union representatives in Paris have took to the streets to protest against proposed labor reforms some time before the draft law’s first hearing, local media reported.

Ukrainian PM Announces Release of 13 Ukrainian Medics From Daesh Captivity

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin stated that 13 Ukrainian medics who were captured by Daesh were released and transferred to the Libyan town of Ras Lanuf.

They Come in Peace: Chinese Cops Mobilize to Patrol Italian Cities

During the course of the first such experiment in Europe, law enforcement officers from China will join their Italian colleagues in patrolling the streets of Rome and Milan.

US Official to Visit Bangladesh Following Embassy Employee’s Murder

US Assistant Secretary of State Nisha Desai Biswal will travel to Bangladesh this week to discuss security issues, the US Department of State issued in a statement on Tuesday.

'Untouchable' Law Student Raped and Disemboweled in Kerala, India

A 30-year-old woman from India's lowest traditional caste has been brutally raped, murdered and gutted in the southern state of Kerala, sending shock waves through her community.

First UN World Humanitarian Summit to Kick Off on May 23

United Nations will hold the first World Humanitarian Summit on May 23-24, the UN issued press release on Tuesday.

Want to Live Longer? Get Rich, UK Academics Suggest

Rich people are living longer than poor people in England and Wales, exposing the biggest gap in inequalities in life expectancy for the first time since the 1870s, according to new research.

Spanish King Signs Decree: Snap General Elections to Take Place on June 26

Spain's King has signed a decree to dissolve the parliament and appoint holding of snap general elections on June 26, local media reported Tuesday.

Watch: Colbert's Definitive Takedown of Terrible Ted Cruz Is Hilarious

Ted Cruz is having a dreadful week in Indiana. Ted Cruz is currently trailing Donald Trump in Indiana by 15 points, a remarkable swing toward the negative, as Stephen Colbert pointed out on Monday's episode of "The Late Show," that may...Show More Summary

Watch: Jimmy Kimmel Perfectly Rips Sarah Palin Apart on Her Anti-Climate Change Nonsense

The host does not mince words in his takedown. Jimmy Kimmel generally keeps things relatively light, comedy wise, on his late night show. But apparently, Sarah Palin’s appearance in a new climate change denial film called Climate Hustle...Show More Summary

Watch: O'Reilly Admits to Colbert That Trump's 'Anti-Illegal Immigrant Stuff Is B.S.'

O'Reilly even congratulated Colbert on winning the culture war—in his usual condescending manner. On “The Late Show” last night, Bill O’Reilly had one of the most concise examples for the rise of Trump—and it only took a few minutes for the crowd to start booing him. Show More Summary

All-Female Ghostbusters Trailer Most Disliked in YouTube History Because of Misogyny

It's the first of its kind to be on YouTube's most disliked videos of all time. Hmmm, wonder why. Since announcing a remake of the beloved supernatural comedy Ghostbusters, director Paul Feig has fended off intense criticism from fans...Show More Summary

Cops: Drunk Driver With His Kids In Car Had .604 Blood Alcohol Level

When he finally became responsive hours after being discovered slumped over the wheel, Stephen Allbritton denied consuming any alcoholic beverages. His blood alcohol content, however, was more than seven times the legal limit, cops charge. read more

People’s War in India Clippings 3/5/2016

Maoist bandh cripples life in Jharkhand on Day I Ranchi: The two-day bandh called by CPI (Maoist) in protest against the state government’s “anti-people” policies, especially with regard to people engaged in the collection and sale of kendu leafs and … Continue reading ?

'New Is Important in Somalia' But Journalists Are Being Murdered - HRW

A new investigation by the Human Rights Watch (HRW) has revealed the vulnerability and risk that journalists in Somali face on a daily basis. Sputnik spoke to Somalia HRW researcher, Laetitia Bader, to discuss the findings and the impact the violence is having on the country.

Hungary to Hold Referendum on EU Refugee Quotas in September-October

Referendum on the EU mandatory quotas on refugee relocation could be held in September or early October in Hungary, according to the prime minister's office.

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