WATCH Tourists Flock to Ancient Aleppo Citadel Once Besieged by Terrorists

During brutal street fighting for control of the city, terrorists managed to blow up a portion of the ancient UNESCO Heritage Site, with the ancient castle structure helping to defend Syrian troops besieged by jihadists in neighbouring areas for years on end before Aleppo was finally completely liberated in late 2016.

Dutch experts say Van Gogh at Connecticut museum is real

HARTFORD, Conn. — A painting at a Connecticut museum that has long been thought to be by Vincent Van Gogh has been authenticated as such by Dutch researchers. The Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford ann…

Remembering the Bombing of Yugoslavia, Twenty Years On

We’re coming up shortly to the 20th anniversary of the start of the NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. It began on 24th March 1999 and lasted for 78 days. There was no break, not even for Orthodox Easter.

Pension CRISIS: How would the UK solve a retirement TIME-BOMB?

PENSION savers are being caught short by not saving enough to retire comfortably, but does the UK have the capability to solve a pensions crisis?

Southwest says sending teams to review Boeing's 737 MAX upgrade

Southwest Airlines Co is sending experts from its technical pilot and training teams to review documentation and training associated with Boeing Co's updated speed trim system on its 737 MAX airc...

Mexico accounts for final 'ghost' prisoners at penal colony

As they closed down the last island penal colony in the hemisphere after more than a century, Mexican authorities faced a conundrum: they had lost track of 16 inmates registered at the Islas Marias prison.

China war drills: US commandos capture Japanese island to show Beijing they’re ‘not kidding around’

US special forces, aided by F-35 stealth fighters and rocket artillery units, have practiced capturing a small Japanese island as part of a new operational concept to counter China in the Indo-Pacific theater.

May tells Johnson: I won't step aside to solve Brexit crisis

Prime minister makes clear in private meeting with potential successor she plans to stay put

De Blasio ‘concerned’ about new rule against feeding squirrels, birds in city parks

He’s no friend of Staten Island Chuck — but squirrels and birds may find an ally in Mayor de Blasio. Hizzoner said Friday that he is “concerned” about a proposed rule to specifically ban the …

Change to 737 MAX controls may have imperiled planes, experts say

Much like tapping the brake pedal in a car to disengage cruise control, a sharp tug on the controls of older models of Boeing Co's 737 used to shut off an automatic trim system that keeps the pla...

SVU's Mystery Benson Memo Revealed?

For about a year the NBC drama has dangled this carrot

‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Finally Revealed The Red Angel

Did you figure it out?

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