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An "explosive device" blew up in the center of the Bavarian city of Ansbach, killing one person and injuring 11 others, the city's mayor said
Russians will be competing at the Rio Olympics, despite a major doping scandal. But we don't know how many will be allowed to compete, and in what sports. The International Olympic Committee left the decision to someone else. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
The mayor of the city of Ansbach says an explosive device was the cause
Police in Munich are questioning a 16-year-old friend of the man responsible for Friday's shooting rampage. The gunman was said to be bullied at school and struggling with depression. He shot and killed nine before taking his own life. Seth Doane has more.
By Hong Soon-do, Beijing correspondent, AsiaToday - It seems that China is ready to launch its first indigenous aircraft carrier (CV), the Type 001A, by the end of the year. As a result, China, which operates a rehabilitated ex-Soviet aircraft carrier, is expected to become a full-fledged aircraft carrier operating country soon. Show More Summary
Papua New Guinea’s Peter O’Neill survived last Friday’s vote of no confidence, the first since his turbulent term as prime minister began in 2011. With Parliament to now adjourn until August, O’Neill looks set to remain prime minister until next year’s June election. Show More Summary
This week the Lowy Institute (in conjunction with the United States Studies Centre) hosted an address from Joe Biden, US Vice President. Biden spoke on US-Australia ties, and on US engagement with the Asia Pacific more generally (for...Show More Summary
Over the past several weeks, hundreds of thousands of Venezuelans have crossed the previously closed border with Colombia to purchase the basic necessities they can no longer buy at home, a net result of Venezuela's ongoing economic and political turmoil. Show More Summary
Robert Gates, former Secretary of Defense, says the next president needs to have a tougher stance towards Russian President Vladimir Putin
The severed head of Llewelyn Lucas, a beloved local pastor in Belize, was on July 16 found stuffed into a bucket in the back of a truck outside a bar. But as police began to investigate, things only got weirder, reports Vice in a lengthy look at last weekend's strange...
Could earthships be the solution to the housing crisis in Canada's First Nations communities? US company Earthship Biotecture thinks so. “This housing that we make is made to take care of people. Feed them, keep them warm, with no utility bills," the company's Michael Reynolds tells the Guardian. By contrast,...
Costa Rican media reported that the victim suffered partial amputation of his right ankle and most of his calf muscle was stripped
Siberian tigers at a wildlife park in Beijing mauled a woman to death and wounded another woman when they stepped out of their car in an enclosure in China.
Authorities say the banned satellite dishes are morally damaging, despite high-level calls for reform of the law.
Investigator says teen hacked Facebook account before deadly shooting; 16-year-old friend arrested in connection with incident
In their quest to "catch'em all," two Canadian teens were caught themselves—by the US Border Patrol, the CBC reports. “Both juveniles were so captivated by their Pokemon Go games that they lost track of where they were," per a Border Patrol press release. The pair was walking southbound in...
A Syrian man killed a woman with a machete and wounded two others Sunday outside a bus station in the southwestern German city of Reutlingen before being arrested, the AP reports. The woman who was killed in the attack was pregnant, according to the Sun. Police say there were no...
Hacked emails overshadow the Democratic National Convention as Philadelphia braces for anti-Clinton protests.
Malik Obama, the president's elder brother who resides in Kenya, shares why he wants Trump to "Make America Great Again"