Italy's Salvini drops Nutella due to Turkish ingredients

Italy's right-wing opposition leader, Matteo Salvini, says he is no longer a fan of Nutella after discovering that the chocolate-and-hazelnut spread contains Turkish, rather than Italian, nuts

Abandoned baby giraffe befriended by dog in…

A South African animal orphanage says a baby giraffe that was befriended by a dog after it was abandoned in the wild has died

Germany: 'No understanding' for Russia outrage on…

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's chief of staff is urging Russia to support the investigation of a killing prosecutors say appears to have ordered by Russian or Chechen authorities

France’s Macron faces decisive test over econom…

Massive strikes in France against a planned overhaul of the pension system are sending a powerful warning to President Emmanuel Macron

Massive Polish coal mine sparks international…

Poland's massive Turow coal mine is causing trouble including pollution and water shortages for nearby communities

Toll rises to 63 in migrant boat capsizing off Mauritania

The death toll from a migrant boat capsizing off Mauritania has risen to 63 after the coast guard found five more bodies

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Independence not on ballot but on voters’ minds…

The question of Scotland's independence from the rest of the United Kingdom is not on the ballot, but it’s uppermost in the minds of many voters in Scotland as they make their final choices

UN office: Iranian forces were ‘shooting to kil…

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OPEC nations, Russia look to cut oil output to…

The countries of the OPEC oil-producing cartel and ally Russia are trying to finalize a deal to cut production

Johnson under pressure ahead of final UK election…

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is being accused of shirking tough questions about his character and record ahead of a televised election debate with opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn

Did Italian priest father two African sons, and…

An Associated Press story on the front page of a newspaper in Nairobi brought together two Kenyan men -- one who knew that his father was an Italian missionary priest, and another who wanted proof that he was the son of the same priest

6-story building collapses in Nairobi; at least 2…

Officials say at least two people are dead and others are trapped after a six-story building collapsed in Kenya's capital, Nairobi

Clamor as Greta Thunberg joins climate activists…

Climate activist Greta Thunberg says it's “great” to be in Spain, where a global, U

Hong Kong police sound alarm over homemade…

Hong Kong's much-maligned police force has provided a rare behind-the-scenes look at its bomb disposal squad

TB, armed guards, lack of food at UN migrant…

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India's Muslims split in response to Hindu temple…

India’s largest Muslim political groups are divided over how to respond to a Supreme Court ruling that favors Hindus’ right to a disputed site

Indian police fatally shoot 4 suspects in…

Indian police say officers have shot and killed four men suspected of raping and killing a woman in a case that sparked protests across the country

North Korean Test Site Doesn't Look Dismantled…

After President Trump met with Kim Jong Un in Singapore, he announced that the North Korean dictator seemed to be keeping his promise by dismantling the Sohae Satellite Launching Station. "And we appreciate that," Trump said, per CNN . Now, expert analysis of a satellite image obtained by CNN has found...

This Will Be the Biggest IPO in History

Saudi Aramco's pricing for its initial public offering gives the oil company a valuation that—at $1.7 trillion—falls short of the $2 trillion that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman hoped for. But selling 3 billion shares at $8.53 apiece would still bring in $25.6 billion, the...

Indicted jail officers faced earlier excessive…

A prosecutor says an investigation that led to the indictment of 25 correctional officers in Baltimore started in 2018 with “rumors and anecdotes” about excessive force against jail inmates

Feds Indict 'Evil Corp'

The Justice Department has just announced criminal charges and sanctions against a Russian hacking organization named—wait for it—Evil Corp. Yes, really. As NPR reports, Russian nationals are accused of running the group, which federal law enforcement officials say is responsible for the Dridex malware that stole banking information...

PM: Israel has ‘full right’ to annex strategic…

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says his country has the “full right” to annex the Jordan Valley

The End of the Balsamic Battle Doesn't Go Well for Modena

You've probably seen the term "Modena" on bottles of balsamic vinegar. That's because the region in Italy is famous for producing the stuff; in fact, since 2009 there's been a protected designation for the name "Aceto Balsamico di Modena," or "Balsamic Vinegar from Modena." However, a court ruled on Wednesday...

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SpaceX launches beer malt, caring robot and…

SpaceX has launched a 3-ton shipment to the International Space Station, including “mighty mice" for a muscle study, a robot sensitive to astronauts' emotions and a miniature version of a brewery's malt house

'Lawlessness' as Woman Is Set on Fire in Another…

An Indian woman who accused two men of rape was set on fire—allegedly by those same men—on her way to a court hearing in Uttar Pradesh on Thursday. The 23-year-old, who suffered burns on up to 90% of her body, is now "fighting for her life," per the...

Putin offers US an immediate extension to key…

Russian President Vladimir Putin says Moscow is prepared to immediately extend a pivotal nuclear arms reduction pact with the U.S.