Africa Wildlife Films Try to Inspire Amid Poaching Scourge
A documentary film about rhino poaching won awards at film festivals in Europe and the United States this year. But since bringing 'STROOP: journey into the rhino horn war ' home to South Africa, its makers have struggled for the same buzz in a country whose rhino population, the biggest in the world, has been under siege for a decade.
Spanish Trawler With Rescued Migrants Can Dock in Malta
The Spanish government says a Spanish trawler that had spent over a week at sea after rescuing a group of migrants now has permission to dock in Malta.
Israeli Police Recommend Indicting Netanyahu in Telecom Case
Israeli police on Sunday recommended indicting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on bribery charges related to a corruption case involving Israel’s telecom giant, prompting immediate calls for his resignation.
Riot Debris Covers Paris Streets; 133 Injured, 412 Arrested
Paris police said Sunday that 133 people had been injured and 412 had been arrested as protesters trashed the streets of the capital during France’s worst urban riot in years.
Israeli Court Orders Release of Palestinian Official
The lawyer of a top Palestinian official in Jerusalem arrested for illegally collaborating with Palestinian security services says an Israeli court has released his client to house arrest.
Jewish Athletes Condemn Anti-Semitism After Temple Shooting
Memphis Grizzlies forward Omri Casspi, who was born in Israel, was early in his NBA career when he saw a picture of himself defaced with a swastika. Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen grew up with kids who made fun of the size of his nose.
Will Oklahoma Join Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame in CFP?
Time to set the field for college football’s final four.
Climate Talks Kick Off in Poland With Boost From G-20 Summit
Negotiators from around the world began two weeks of talks on curbing climate change Sunday, three years after sealing a landmark deal in Paris that set a goal of keeping global warming well below 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit).
5 People Shot in Miami Neighborhood, Suspect Still at Large
Authorities say five people have been shot in a Miami neighborhood and the suspect remains at large.
Schumer Says Marriott Should Pay to Replace Hacked Passports
Sen. Charles Schumer says Marriott hotel officials should pay for new passports for customers whose passport numbers were hacked as part of a massive data breach.