Heavy fighting erupts as El Chapo's son goes free

Security forces and cartel gunmen clash after drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán's son is discovered.

Mexican security forces flee after cartel gunmen launch WAR to release El Chapo’s son at drug lord’s

In order to protect lives, Mexican authorities were forced to release the notorious drug lord Joaquin El Chapo Guzman’s son after heavily armed cartel gunmen launched an assault against security forces holding their alleged boss.

To bring Hong Kong back to normal, violence must stop, politician says ahead of weekend protests

Earlier this week, a package of housing initiatives was introduced and Chan says those measures are the first step to returning the city to "normalcy."

Cartel Gunmen Chase Away Security Forces, Free El Chapo's Son

Ovidio Guzman's brief apprehension triggered intense gunbattles across the city of Culiacan.

Brexit deal: All the latest updates

New Brexit deal brokered between Britain and the European Union will be put to UK parliament on Saturday.

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Rejects Calls for Social Media Ban on Trump, Defends Platform’s Ad Policy

Former Vice President Joe Biden's presidential campaign lashed out at Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday over a speech where the Facebook CEO defended his company's decision not to remove political adverts containing what is alleged to be false information.

Turkey agrees to suspend Syria offensive while Kurds withdraw

Turkey agreed on Thursday to pause its offensive in Syria for five days to let Kurdish forces withdraw from a “safe zone” Ankara had sought to capture, in a deal hailed by Washington but which Turkish...

World War 3: Soviet Union’s secret London invasion plan exposed in chilling maps

CHILLING maps, declassified after the fall of the Soviet Union, reveal plans for London and the rest of the UK following a proposed invasion from the communist state. 

Court to hear Russian's claim that Apple 'turned him gay'

A Moscow court on Thursday holds a preliminary hearing in the case of a Russian man who is suing US tech giant Apple for allegedly turning him gay. He is seeking 1 million rubles (S$21,295) in damages from Apple for sending him a cryptocurrency known as GayCoin instead of the Bitcoin he had ordered. The bizarre civil suit has been filed in a coun

Energy Secretary Rick Perry to resign amid Ukraine scrutiny

Energy Secretary Rick Perry, who is under scrutiny for the role he played in the president's dealings with Ukraine, intends to leave his job soon.

Mozambique: Lopsided Frelimo Victory Could Divide Country - Analyst

Unofficial results in Mozambique’s elections point to sweeping victories for the ruling Frelimo party and President Filipe Nyusi, prompting some analysts to question the credibility of the polls, reports Associated Press, carried on Voice of America.

Turkey to suspend Syria offensive after US meeting

US Vice-President Mike Pence says the pause in operations will allow Kurdish-led forces to withdraw.

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