Over 130 world's leaders will gather in New York this week for the U.N. General Assembly, an organisation that Trump has severely criticized. They will discuss climate change, the Iran nuclear deal, atrocities against a Muslim minority in Myanmar and North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs.
The successful mission of NASA has ended this Friday with the disintegration of the Cassini spacecraft in the atmosphere of Saturn.
A new Champions League tournament started this week in Europe. Once again, Leo Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo collected the main analysts’ acknowledgments as well as the media headlines.
Harvard University rescinded its invitation as a visiting professor to ex-soldier Chelsea Manning, the first source for WikiLeaks, a move that was heavily criticized by high-profile US intelligence officials.
An advocacy group has filled a brief arguing that the pardon granted by President Trump to former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio is unconstitutional.
An explosion in a London subway car has been the perfect excuse for the US president to revive his campaign for a migrant ban.
A fire on the London Underground transport system on Friday left several people injured in what police were treating as a terrorist incident, the Metropolitan Police reported.
North Korea fired a ballistic missile on Friday morning, an act of defiance against the new sanctions resolution adopted days earlier by the United Nations Security Council.
The alleged agreement reached by President Trump and Democratic minority leaders about the future of the dreamers has shaken the foundations of the Republican Party.
Faced with the new sanctions package imposed by the United Nations Security Council, North Korea’s aggressiveness keeps rising.