Those affected by hurricanes ‘Eta’ and ‘Iota’ that struck Guatemala in November have risen to 2.4 million, according to a review by the National Disaster Risk Reduction Coordinator (Conred) released on Saturday.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says Paul Scholes “will be in history as a phenomenal player…not as a pundit” after the former midfielder criticised Paul Pogba. READ MORE: Mourinho unhappy with Scholes after Pogba criticism MATCH REPORT: Everton 0-2 Manchester United
Only ten NATO countries will invest 2 percent of their GDP in military spending in 2020, according to the report submitted on Wednesday by the Atlantic Alliance, in which Spain is at the top of military spending with 1.16 percent.
Health workers discovered a case of Ebola six months after the end of the last outbreak of the disease was declared in Butembo, Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned.
An infamous bell dedicated to Adolf Hitler could ring again after the town council in a small German village voted not to dismantle it. The local council in Herxheim am Berg, a town of about 700 people north of Heidelberg, in southwest Germany, voted 10-3 Monday night to reject requests to remove the massive 83-year-old…
Image copyrightBBC Worldwide Alan Partridge is returning to live TV as the host of a weekday magazine show – 25 years after making his BBC debut. This Time with Alan Partridge sees him stand in as the co-host of an evening programme that has more than a few similarities to the BBC’s The One Show….
Several thousand people, mostly women, demonstrated this Friday in Warsaw, Poland, against the government’s intention to abandon the Council of Europe Convention, also known, on preventing and combating violence against women and domestic violence, such as the Istanbul Convention. Protesters, including men and boys of all ages, gathered in front of Ordo Iuris headquarters in…