Friday March 22-nd, 2019

Cover-up by bishops worse than the abuse, says Pope Francis Cover-up by bishops worse than the abuse, says Pope Francis

The Pope has criticised bishops in the United States for covering up sex abuse and indulging in "gossip and slander" to avoid responsibility for scandals that have damaged the Roman Catholic church. For this to be accomplished, he said that the bisho...

Clashes break out at yellow vest protests in Paris Clashes break out at yellow vest protests in Paris

Some paused outside the headquarters of Agence France-Presse ( AFP ) in central Paris to hurl anti-media insults. Police fired tear gas in the capital after protesters threw projectiles at police and AFP journalists saw minor scuffles near the Ri...

Judge extends grand jury used by Mueller's Russian Federation probe Judge extends grand jury used by Mueller's Russian Federation probe

The chief judge of the D.C. Circuit, Beryl Howell, granted his request, CNN's Katelyn Polantz reports . The grand jury approves Mueller's indictments, but otherwise its activities are secret. The group of grand jurors, which often meets on Fridays, ...

U.S. court rules for Trump on transgender military limits U.S. court rules for Trump on transgender military limits

The ban currently remains in place, however, because each of the other two district courts' injunctions remain in place for now. A protracted legal battle over transgenders in the military took another step toward an inevitable Supreme Court showd...

'Yellow Vest' leader detained overnight by French police 'Yellow Vest' leader detained overnight by French police

Macron said "we must probably make further changes, be more radical", in comments reported by government spokesman Benjamin Griveaux after the first Cabinet meeting of the year on Friday. However, the movement has diminished dramatically in the las...

Student dies after falling from Cliffs of Moher Student dies after falling from Cliffs of Moher

An Indian student died after falling off a cliff in Ireland while taking a selfie, the police said. The tragedy occurred south of the main viewing areas near the visitor centre. The student in his 20s fell from the landmark Cliffs of Moher in Co Cl...

Massive data leak affects hundreds of German politicians Massive data leak affects hundreds of German politicians

The data, published on a Twitter account, also included addresses, personal letters and copies of identity cards, the public broadcaster said, citing affiliate rbb . Celebrities and journalists were also targeted. The stolen data was released in...

Iran to deploy warships to Atlantic Iran to deploy warships to Atlantic

The official did not state a particular rationale for the decision to assert Iran's naval presence in the Atlantic. The operation will begin in March and is expected to last for several months. "They do not have the courage or ability to take any m...

Independent Ukrainian Orthodox Church formalized in Istanbul Independent Ukrainian Orthodox Church formalized in Istanbul

George in Istanbul, Turkey, Saturday, Jan. 5, 2019. Ukraine won approval for the new church in October from the Ecumenical Patriarchate in Istanbul, the seat of the global spiritual leader of Orthodox Christians. The spokesman said that the officia...

3 dead, 4 injured in shooting at California bowling alley 3 dead, 4 injured in shooting at California bowling alley

It shows a male victim lying covered in blood on the ground while a female patron kneels next to him. Two of the injured were transported to a local hospital for unknown injuries and the other two sought out their own medical attention. "As we were...

India rejects Trump's 'sermons' on Afghanistan, says it is building lives India rejects Trump's 'sermons' on Afghanistan, says it is building lives

What about other neighbourhood countries like Pakistan? Mr Trump said: "I get along very well with India and PM Modi". "Right now, after having been back from Afghanistan, I can tell you that Daesh is on the rise in Afghanistan. Congress' chief s...

USS Cole bomber Jamal al-Badawi targeted in Yemen air strike

He was added to the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists list and was a fugitive for almost 13 years. A USA airstrike in western Yemen may have killed one of the men suspected of coordinating a terror bombing on the USS Cole in 2000 that killed 17 US s...

Murder probe after man stabbed to death on train - Regional Murder probe after man stabbed to death on train - Regional

The victim was said to have suffered "multiple stab wounds" and died at the scene of the attack, despite the best efforts of South East Coast Ambulance Service paramedics. Matt Phelps, 35, who works at a business on Epsom Road in West Clandon, said...

US warns Iran against space launches US warns Iran against space launches

Pompeo alleged that the launch would violate UN Security Council Resolution 2231 of 2015, which sought to end Tehran's nuclear programme and called on Iran "not to undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles created to be capable of delive...

Boy's heartbreaking last words before 'smell of cooking fish' killed him Boy's heartbreaking last words before 'smell of cooking fish' killed him

The New York Post and New York Daily News report that the 11-year-old, named Camron Jean-Pierre or Camron Jean-Paul, got sick Tuesday evening while at home in Canarsie. Authorities do not suspect any criminality at this point, with no detail offer...

Police investigating after woman in vegetative state gives birth Police investigating after woman in vegetative state gives birth

The unidentified woman went into labor at Hacienda HealthCare in Phoenix , Arizona, on December 29 after receiving years of round-the-clock care following a near-drowning accident. One staff member had been fired for making repeated inappropriate ...

5 children headed to Disney World killed in fiery Florida crash 5 children headed to Disney World killed in fiery Florida crash

Those two vehicles then struck the large passenger van and another semi-truck. Riordan said since numerous victims' families are out-of-state, it may take longer than usual. Two men driving two semi trucks involved in the crash also died. Police su...

Five teenage girls die trapped in Escape Room after fire breaks out Five teenage girls die trapped in Escape Room after fire breaks out

The horrific incident happened in a residential building with an escape room inside. The deadly inferno started at roughly 5 p.m., according to Monika Kosiec, a police spokeswoman in Koszalin. "May God protect their parents and loved ones". Es...

Egypt’s Sisi Confirms Israel Helping in Fight Against Sinai Jihadists Egypt’s Sisi Confirms Israel Helping in Fight Against Sinai Jihadists

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi in New York, Sept. 18, 2017. "Now they are subject to a fair trial, they take years, but we have to follow the law". In 1979, Egypt became the first Arab cou...

Myanmar rebel army kills seven police Myanmar rebel army kills seven police

Security forces were responding to the attacks and the armed forces will continue operating in the area for security, he said. The terrorists stole scores of weapons and ammunition before army reinforcements struck back with two attack helicopters ...

Student drug dealers spared jail thanks to flawless grammar Student drug dealers spared jail thanks to flawless grammar

When the police searched Rance's bedroom, they reportedly uncovered about $1,500 worth of weed. Judge David Hale reportedly described their "grammar and punctuation" as a higher standard than most dealers use. Instead they will both have to carry out...

DRC chokes communications as vote counting continues after tense elections DRC chokes communications as vote counting continues after tense elections

But on Thursday, CENI chief Corneille Nangaa told AFP that provisional results may be delayed. CENCO said it had sent observers to polling stations and demanded that the country's National Independent Electoral Commission (CENI) to publish the re...

Native land rights up in the air in Brazil Native land rights up in the air in Brazil

Bolsonaro has pledged to crack down on crime, tackle corruption and restore traditional family and Christian values in a country that, according to him and many of his supporters, echoing the "anti-globalist" rhetoric of the global authoritarian righ...

British government concerned after Russian Federation detains United Kingdom citizen on espionage charges British government concerned after Russian Federation detains United Kingdom citizen on espionage charges

Russia's FSB state security service detained the 48 year old in Moscow last Friday on suspicion of spying. A Foreign Office spokesman in London said: "Our staff have requested consular access to a British man detained in Russian Federation after re...

German politicians have had their personal data hacked and then dumped online

The identity of the hacker, or hackers, is as yet unknown, however the acquired personal data-some of which dates back to 2017-began to be published on a Twitter account in the days leading up to Christmas, and was reportedly only noticed on Thursd...

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