Japan suffered its worst mass killing in decades after a man launched a knife attack at a facility for the disabled in Sagamihara on Tuesday, killing 19 people and injuring about 26 others.
Investigation handed to anti-terrorist unit of Paris prosecutor’s office.
Al-Shabab targeted African Union's peacekeeping base in Somalia.
Footage of assault at corrections centers sparked widespread outcry.
Crackdown follows attack that killed 20 in Dhaka cafe earlier this month.
The Democratic National Committee (D.N.C.) issued an apology to Bernie Sanders over leaked email row.
Leaked emails revealed an attempt by the party insiders to undermine the campaign by Hillary Clinton’s rival.
E.U. officials call on the government to respect the rule of law, rights and freedoms in the aftermath of coup bid.
The U.K. will skip the planned six-month presidency of the European Council to prepare for Brexit negotiations.
Italy’s unemployment rate has reached 11 percent, with its banking sector crippling under massive bad debts.
Indian steel giant has been reprieved by a raft of government incentives and rising steel prices.
The pound has dropped by about 14 percent against the dollar since it hit $1.50 ahead of E.U. vote.
New report finds that about one in three firms surveyed thought their busineess would be negatively impacted.
French privacy watchdog accuses Microsoft of serving targeted ads by collecting user data without consent.
by Lara Vergnaud New iPhone software update is a response to a major organ donation shortfall in the United States.
by Juliana Kenny WhatsApp refuses to hand over data that police require for drug bust cases.
by Juliana Kenny Google, Microsoft and Facebook are driving transoceanic cable systems.
Health benefits of drinking appear “irrelevant” when compared to the heightened risk of a range of cancers.
Food items that fall short of “unrealistic” standards are rejected, producing millions of tons of waste annually.
by Louise Blouin Can the U.S. back up its claim as a global leader in climate change?
by Jason Harris The leaders of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico signed a bold plan last week.
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