Global Headline News for 26 May 2016
The museum-ready system, which was introduced in the 1970s, is finally being upgraded because of "obsolescence concerns".
A California man was sentenced to 26 years in prison Wednesday for killing his girlfriend in Panama, dismembering her body with a machete and disposing of her remains in the jungle.
Beijing risks stoking new arms race with move although military says expansion of the US missile defence has left it with no choice The Chinese military is poised to send submarines armed with nuclear... missiles into the Pacific Ocean for the first time, arguing that new US weapons systems have so undermined Beijing's existing deterrent force that it has been left with no alternative. Chinese military officials are not commenting on the timing of a maiden patrol, but insist the move is inevitable.
There's no end to the industriousness of drug smugglers.
On Wednesday night, the Donald Trump campaign announced it had parted ways with Rick Wiley, its national political director. Campaign spokeswoman Hope Hicks did not respond to Politico's inquiry of... whether Wiley was fired or resigned, but sources say he was fired. Wiley was hired by Paul Manafort, who joined the Trump campaign in late March as chairman, and sources say he never clicked with campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. Sources tell Politico Wiley also clashed with Karen Giorno, who ran Trump's campaign during the Florida Republican primary. He would often refuse to take her calls or return her emails, and after she shared this information with Trump, he ordered Wiley to keep away from Giorno and not call her or email her, the sources said. In a statement, the Trump campaign said...
The trick is an example of trompe l'oeil
Man, that was close.
Up to 30 migrants are feared dead after a boat capsizes off the Libyan coast while some 77 are rescued from the sea by European naval units.
Footage shows a blonde stripper climbing on to the lap of a secondary school student while he was sitting on a chair at the Luitpold-Gymnasium in Munich, Germany.
Some of the quotes are quite menacing
Rescuers say 88 people have so far been pulled out of the water after the wooden boat capsized about 30 miles off the coast of Libya.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh travels with the Libyan immigration police inside a warehouse of migrant hopefuls they raided.
The man holed up inside the building in Paris is reportedly known intelligence services for his links to ISIS and may have previously travelled to Syria.
Leaked messages reveal how junior doctors were told to "play the political game" to get what they wanted on weekend pay.
CNN's Nick Paton Walsh explains how the changing leadership and conflict have changed the Taliban.
The audio of the calls is released as the robbers - whose victims were manhandled, threatened and injured - are jailed.
Here are 3 ways to repair the damage
A black teenager who prosecutors say was sexually assaulted by three white football players in the locker room of an Idaho high school has sued the school district, alleging the rape was the... culmination of months of racist taunts and physical abuse.
Officials say separate attacks inside and outside Baghdad have killed at least 12 people
An Appalachian Trail hiker whose remains were discovered last year survived at least 26 days after getting lost, kept a journal of her ordeal and ultimately resigned herself to the idea she was going... to die and it could be years before her remains were located, according to investigatory documents.
A shipwreck from the 1800s has been uncovered during construction in Boston's Seaport District.
French prosecutors will use leaked Islamic State documents to help identify seven suspected jihadists going on trial next week, including the brother of a Paris attacker, sources close to the... investigation said on Wednesday. The post French prosecutors to use leaked Islamic State documents to identify 7 jihadists appeared first on Firstpost.
The presumptive GOP nominee admitted he once called Hillary "wonderful."
GPS trackers and CCTV cameras will also be installed, the Transport Minister says
The Kansas Highway Patrol says about 20 homes were damaged Wednesday night in a rural area of northern Kansas after a tornado passed through but there were no immediate reports of injuries