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Italian newspaper criticized for tasteless 'Black Friday' headline amid racism storm gripping soccer

An Italian sports newspaper stoked outrage Thursday over a headline reading "Black Friday" and featuring two black soccer players on its cover.

US officials release photos of 'significant cache' of Iranian missile parts captured

U.S. officials released photos Thursday of the missile parts intercepted by military personnel believed to be from Iran headed to Yemen. 

Australian customs agents, IT worker charged in country's largest crystal meth seizure

Two Australian customs agents and an IT worker have been charged in connection with the country's largest seizure of methamphetamine, which had been smuggled to Melbourne from Bangkok in stereo speakers.

Fugitive Indian guru accused of rape announces new 'cosmic country' off Ecuador: reports

A fugitive Indian guru wanted on charges of rape and abduction in India has announced he is establishing his own country on an island off the coast of Ecuador, reports said.  

Iranian forces may have killed more than 1,000 in recent protests, official says

More than 1,000 people may have been killed by security forces in Iran amid recent protests a senior state department official said Thursday.

North Korea to Trump: Stop calling Kim Jong Un 'Rocket Man', or we'll call you a 'dotard'

President Trump's "Rocket Man" nickname appears to have hit a sore spot.

Man hits 'dog' on Canadian highway, doesn't realize it's a coyote

A Canadian man who hit a dog with his car last week and brought it to safety was "extremely surprised" to find out it wasn't a dog - but a young coyote.

Canada suspects launched marijuana, meth into jail using potato gun: police

Two Canadians were arrested after police suspected the pair of loading drugs into a potato gun cannon and launching them into a correctional facility, authorities said.

Trafalgar Square Christmas tree in London panned as looking 'a bit thin'

The holiday season has officially arrived in London, but as the lights will be switched on Thursday on the Trafalgar Square Christmas tree, some have voiced their concerns the tree is looking a little sparse this year.

Man allegedly threw ferrets at car, damaged at least dozen vehicles, police say

A man in England was arrested Monday for allegedly damaging several vehicles by throwing a box - and two ferrets - at them, police said.

Fires erupt in Paris as general strike creates travel nightmare, closing the Eiffel Tower and subway stations

Thousands of protesters are marching through the streets of Paris on Thursday as part of a general strike over French President Emmanuel Macron's plan to reform the pension system, creating a travel nightmare for tourists and locals.

German activists apologize for use of Holocaust victims' remains in anti-Nazi installation

A German activist group has apologized for digging up and displaying what it claimed to be Holocaust victims' remains in an installation meant to fight against far-right extremism.

English man who said 'I'm a rapist' to victim, laughed about assault is sentenced to jail

An English man who laughed at a woman and apparently proclaimed himself a rapist after assaulting her has been sentenced to prison.

Boat carrying migrants capsizes off Mauritania coast, at least 58 drown

Scores of migrants who swam through rough Atlantic Ocean waters to safety from a capsized boat while 58 others drowned were receiving care Thursday in Mauritania after one of the deadliest disasters this year among people making the perilous journey to Europe.

Israeli ambassador: UN fights for Palestinian refugees, forgets about Jewish refugees

During an event commemorating Jewish refugees from North Africa and the Middle East on Wednesday in New York, Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon said the U.N. often fights for Palestinian refugees, but forgets about Israeli refugees.

Pirates hijack supertanker off Nigeria, kidnap 19 crew members, report says

Pirates off the coast of Nigeria late Tuesday boarded a fully loaded supertanker and kidnapped 19 crewmembers on board, according to a report.

Iranian missile parts headed to Yemen captured by US Navy warship, officials say

U.S. officials confirmed to Fox News on Wednesday that a U.S. Navy warship has intercepted a "significant cache" of what is thought to be missile parts from Iran headed to rebels in Yemen.

UK woman organized 'medieval duel' to the death between husband, lover to win her affection, prosecutors say

U.K. prosecutors say a woman arranged a "medieval duel" to the death between her husband and her lover to win her affection.

Australian woman jailed for lying on resume to land $185G job

An Australian woman was sentenced Tuesday to at least one year in prison for lying on her resume to land a $185,000 a year government job, according to a report.

Body discovered in Australian outback amid search for missing woman

After searching for days for the last person among a trio of friends who were reported missing in the Australian outback, officials announced Wednesday they discovered the body of a woman.

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