Global Headline News for 25 May 2019
Sgt. Jake Safford of the National Guard needed the entire school's help to pull off a surprise for his two daughters.
There is a dire need of a regulator and legal safety net to protect user's data The post Data protection law is the need of the hour to protect privacy in the era of AI appeared first on Firstpost.
Greek prime minister declares European parliament poll a vote of confidence in his government The Greek prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, is the first to say he relishes a fight. And, true to form, he... upped the ante on Friday when he declared this weekend's European parliament poll a vote of confidence in his government. In comments that sent ripples through a political arena already at fever pitch, the leftist leader hinted that early elections could be in the offing if, as surveys suggest, his Syriza party is beaten at the ballot box.
Raid on a freelance journalist's home and officer was in connection to a leaked police report about the death of a public defender
Amanda Eller, 35, disappeared on a hike in Maui in early May.
Authorities say incident in Portuguesa state was a failed escape attempt, but activists call it a massacre Twenty-nine detainees were killed and 19 police officers were wounded during a confrontation... in a police cell block in north-western Venezuela. The incident, which took place in the town of Acarigua in the state of Portuguesa, was described by state official as a failed escape attempt, but human rights groups have called it a massacre.
The pilot of the Cessna Citation V is the only person believed to have been aboard the plane, which was approached by fighter jets.
Mr. Bolton said there was "no doubt" that missile tests this month violated Security Council resolutions. President Trump had earlier downplayed their importance.
A man is looking for answers after coming home from work to find someone had entered his house and cleaned and tidied his bedrooms and bathrooms.
Bali's airport has been forced to cancel multiple flights following an eruption of the volcano that spread ash over the south of the Indonesian island.
Taiwan said Saturday it is changing the name of its de-facto embassy in the U.S. amid the strongest relations between the sides in decades. The foreign ministry tweeted that the …
U.S. national security adviser John Bolton has called a series of short-range missile tests by North Korea last month a violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions and says sanctions must …
No companies have been fined in the first year of tough new data laws, despite a sharp rise in breaches.
Ruling immediately halts administration's efforts to use money secured with declaration of national emergency A federal judge has blocked Donald Trump from building sections of his long-sought border... wall with money secured under his declaration of a national emergency. On Friday, the US district judge Haywood Gilliam Jr put an immediate halt to the administration's efforts to redirect military-designated funds for wall construction. His order applies to two projects, scheduled to begin as early as Saturday, to replace 51 miles of fence in two areas on the Mexican border.
The president appears to be taking a step back following an outcry from veterans and former military officials.
It’s a “crisis of confidence” of emergency proportions. That’s how an Order-in-Council from the Ontario Solicitor General’s office described the situation in the upper ranks of the Durham... Regional Police Service, prompting an order for the immediate removal of the region’s top cop. On Friday, the Ontario Civilian Police Commission moved to remove Durham Regional […]
The Trump Administration has spent the past month ringing alarm bells over what it has called “troubling, escalatory and dangerous” behavior by Iran. Yet government officials have shown very... little evidence to the American public about that supposed threat. The Pentagon said Friday additional troops and firepower are headed to the Middle East, marking the…
The move followed two weeks of playing defense by the San Francisco Police Dept.
Amanda Eller, 35, was last seen on May 8, and was believed to be lost during a hike
Trump administration blocked from moving $1 billion that was previously appropriated for other areas within the Defense Department o fund the border wall
Prudie's column for May 25.
Alliance Airlines, in conjunction with Virgin Australia, will launch three times weekly flights next year, opening up access to a number of iconic destinations.
Luckless Fremantle midfielder Harley Bennell hit the ground running in his latest return from a calf injury in the WAFL tonight.
President Trump offered to help Rolling Thunder after organizers announced this Memorial Day will mark the group’s last huge motorcycle rally in Washington, D.C., citing “harassment.” “Can't... believe that Rolling Thunder would be given a hard time with permits in Washington, D.C.” Trump tweeted Saturday morning. “They are great Patriots who I have gotten to...