Stonehenge Not Visibly Damaged by Protest Paint

Stonehenge Not Visibly Damaged by Protest Paint

Stonehenge appears unscathed after protesters were arrested for spraying orange paint on the monument.

Putin Signs Deals With Vietnam to Enhance Ties in Asia

Putin Signs Deals With Vietnam to Enhance Ties in Asia

Russia President Vladimir Putin signed at least a dozen deals with his Vietnam counterpart on Thursday during a state visit.

Tainted Illegal Liquor Kills at Least 34 in India

Tainted Illegal Liquor Kills at Least 34 in India

At least 34 people have died and dozens are hospitalized after drinking tainted liquor in southern India, local media reported.

Alberto Makes Landfall, Dumps Heavy Rain on Texas and Mexico

Alberto Makes Landfall, Dumps Heavy Rain on Texas and Mexico

Tropical Storm Alberto made landfall in northeast Mexico on Thursday as the first named storm of the Atlantic season, brewing heavy rains that have already left three people dead.

Power Outage Affects Entire Country of Ecuador

Power Outage Affects Entire Country of Ecuador

A failure in an energy transmission line resulted in a massive blackout cascading throughout Ecuador Wednesday, the government said.

Japan’s Emperor Anticipates Strengthening Ties With Britain Royalty

Japan’s Emperor Anticipates Strengthening Ties With Britain Royalty

Japan’s Emperor Naruhito said Wednesday he is “delighted” to be able to visit Britain, after the trip was delayed by several years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Protesters Arrested For Stonehenge Spray-Painting Incident

Protesters Arrested For Stonehenge Spray-Painting Incident

Two protesters accused of spraying orange paint on the Stonehenge monument in England were arrested Wednesday.

9 Killed in Explosions at Chad Ammunition Depot

9 Killed in Explosions at Chad Ammunition Depot

Nine people were killed and more than 40 injured when a fire led to explosions at a military ammunition depot in Chad’s capital.

Leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah Warns Israel Against Wider War

Leader of Lebanon’s Hezbollah Warns Israel Against Wider War

Lebanon’s Hezbollah has new weapons and intelligence capabilities that could help it target critical positions in Israel, the militant group’s leader said Wednesday.

US Approves New $360 Million Arms Sale to Taiwan

US Approves New $360 Million Arms Sale to Taiwan

The U.S. State Department on Tuesday approved a new $360 million weapons sale to Taiwan, sending the island hundreds of armed drones, missile equipment and related support material.

US Halts Avocado Inspections in Mexico After Attack

US Halts Avocado Inspections in Mexico After Attack

The U.S. government halted inspections of avocado and mango shipments from parts of Mexico following the assault of two employees of the U.S. Agriculture Department.

Hundreds of Hajj Pilgrims Reported Dead Amid Heat Wave in Mecca

Hundreds of Hajj Pilgrims Reported Dead Amid Heat Wave in Mecca

Hundreds of people died during this year's Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, with intensely hot temperatures recorded at Islamic holy sites in the desert kingdom.

Russian Court Convicts US Soldier of Theft, Orders Prison Term

Russian Court Convicts US Soldier of Theft, Orders Prison Term

A court in Russia’s city of Vladivostok convicted a visiting American soldier, Staff Sgt. Gordon Black, of stealing and making threats of murder, and sentenced him to prison.

Leaders of Russia and North Korea Sign Mutual Aid Pact

Leaders of Russia and North Korea Sign Mutual Aid Pact

Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un have a new partnership that includes a vow of mutual aid if either country faces what it considers “aggression.”

Ian McKellen in ‘Good Spirits' After Falling From London Stage

Ian McKellen in ‘Good Spirits' After Falling From London Stage

Actor Ian McKellen is expected to make a full recovery after he toppled from a London stage and was hospitalized, producers said.