Report: 3,677 Sex Abuse Cases in German Catholic Church
A leading German magazine says a report on sexual abuse inside the Catholic Church in Germany details 3,677 abuses cases by Catholic clergy between 1946 and 2014.
Kentucky Town Mourns Its First Female Mayor, Lucy Lou, a Dog
The town of Rabbit Hash, Kentucky, is known for a string of highly esteemed mayors, one of whom died this week. She was 12, and a dog.
Leading Brexit Supporter Denies Plot to Topple Theresa May
A leading Brexit-supporting lawmaker insists rebels aren’t about to topple Prime Minister Theresa May, despite strong opposition to her plan for taking Britain out of the European Union.
Italian Court Rules Against Trump-Linked Maltese Academic
An Italian court has ruled against the Maltese academic whose comments to Donald Trump adviser George Papadopoulos triggered the Russia investigation that has rocked Washington.
Man at Center of Nobel Scandal to Face Trial This Month
A Swedish court says the trial of the man at the center of a sex-abuse and financial crimes scandal that is tarnishing the academy that awards the Nobel Prize in Literature will face a trial later this month.
3 Dead From Drinking Bootleg Booze in Iran
Iranian media are reporting that at least three men have died after drinking bootleg alcohol in northern Iran.
In South Sudan, Some Children Work in Mines to Survive
Stained with mud, the 8-year-old traces her fingers over the infected wound on her elbow. 'It’s hard work digging and the shovel is heavy. I just want to be in school,' Losika Losepio said.
US Open Chair Umpire Carlos Ramos Says He Is ‘Fine’
The chair umpire who penalized Serena Williams in the U.S. Open final has spoken publicly for the first time since the match, saying he is 'fine.'
Austria: Turkey Should Explain Why Journalist Was Detained
Austria’s government says Turkey should provide details about the arrest of Austrian journalist Max Zirngast or set him free.
Algerian Generals, Others Fired Without Explanation
Heads have been rolling in the Algerian army, the North African nation’s most respected institution, and in other security services, with generals in top posts fired — without explanation — at a rate never before seen.