German Jobless Rate Dips Below 5 Percent in October
Germany’s headline unemployment rate has dipped to its lowest October level since reunification nearly three decades ago.
Actress Accuses Geoffrey Rush of Touching Her Breast
The actress at the center of Oscar-winning actor Geoffrey Rush’s defamation trial has told a Sydney court that he deliberately touched the side of her breast in a Shakespearean stage scene in which her character lay dead on the ground.
Nintendo Quarterly Profit Up on Switch Console, Game Sales
Nintendo Co., the Japanese video-game maker behind the Super Mario and Pokemon franchises, has recorded a 12 percent gain in its profit in July-September on the back of healthy Switch console sales.
Sports Court Clears Candidate for Boxing Federation Election
The Court of Arbitration for Sport has cleared Kazakh official Serik Konakbayev to stand in the amateur boxing association’s presidential election on Saturday against an alleged heroin trafficker.
Al-Shabab’s Former No. 2 Leader Runs for Office in Somalia
The normal-looking campaign rally in Somalia’s capital this month was anything but. Dozens of people in T-shirts bearing the smiling candidate’s image and 'Security and Justice' were praising the former No. 2 leader of Africa’s deadliest Islamic extremist group, the al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab, who until recently was the target of a $5 million U.S. reward.
KKK Robe, Nazi Decorations Displayed at Kentucky Gun Show
Nazi Christmas decorations and an authentic Ku Klux Klan robe were on display or for sale at a gun show in Kentucky.
Russia’s Aircraft Carrier Is Damaged in Upgrade Accident
An accident in the docks in Russia’s north on Tuesday damaged the country’s only aircraft carrier and left one person missing and four injured, officials said.
Rebels Kill TV Cameraman, 2 Policemen in Central India
Maoist rebels killed a cameraman working for a state-run television channel and two policemen in an ambush Tuesday in an insurgency-hit state in central India.
Cypriot Police Rescue 17 Syrian Migrants Aboard Boat
Cypriot police say 17 Syrian migrants who set sail from Lebanon aboard a small craft have declared that they intend to apply for asylum on the east Mediterranean island nation.
Khashoggi’s Fiancee Calls on Trump to Prevent ‘Cover-Up’
The Turkish fiancee of slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi has called on U.S. President Donald Trump and other leaders to ensure that his death in Istanbul is not covered up, while Saudi Arabia’s top prosecutor on Tuesday visited the Saudi Consulate where officials from his government killed the writer.