A rare conviction of a white police officer accused of killing a unarmed black teenager.
As India marks 71 years of Independence on August 15, its media is going through a serious crisis with voices of first-rate journalists like Karan Thapar muzzled for questioning the government.
CBS announced it had launched an investigation into the allegations by six women who said Moonves sexually harassed them between the 1980s and late 2000s.
Sold at a discount price, two filing cabinets containing state secrets have become a major embarrassment for the Australian government.
Veteran US radio personality Garrison Keillor also fired over allegations of "inappropriate behavior" by Minnesota Public Radio.
Italy's former pm Berlusconi appealed to the Strasbourg court in 2013 following his conviction for tax fraud and ban on running for office.
Prime Minister Saad Hariri, whose resignation has yet to be accepted, announced on Sunday he would be returning to Lebanon within days.
Sources say AT&T offered to sell CNN, but AT&T denies meeting with Justice Department officials.
A police vehicle was targeted on the street where the Mersin governor's office is located.
Qatar's isolation from the GCC has expanded its relationships beyond the region, and the international community has welcomed its advances.
Ties between India and Japan have blossomed as their leaders increasingly see eye-to-eye in countering growing Chinese assertiveness across Asia.
With possible earnings of around $400M, Floyd Mayweather Jr will walk away the biggest winner even if he loses to Conor McGregor.
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