Anthony David Schethtman was arrested Tuesday inRio de Janeiro for allegedly selling weapons and explosives to gangs. Schethtman holds American, British and Israeli citizenship.
Retired party planner Jane Moyle from Cheltenham,Gloucestershire is celebrating after her summerhouse triumphed in the Cuprinol Shed Of The Year 2020 awards.
Brady Williams and Jarad Bentley, seniors at Little Miami High School, were met by a chorus of cheers when President Trump invited them on stage at his rally in Dayton on Monday night.
England’s chief nurse Ruth May told the Independent that 6,500 nurses were ‘on the order book’ to join the health service, with almost two dozen travelling from India in the past two weeks.
The mobile photo app Agora decided to celebrate theInternational Day of Peace with a photo competition.photographers were asked to submit a photo illustrating what ‘peace’ means to them. Thw winner was 23- year old snapper Rashid Ibrahim from Kenya. His photo shows a soldier holding up a white flag while five other young men are looking to him
Hina, an adorable White Shiba, is pictured with her mouth open in each of the snaps while her family’s other dogs Sasha, Kikko and Momo wait perfectly still for the shot.
Emily Padfield, 37, and her partner Mark Warner, 53, from Warwickshire, competed on a BBC reality TV show to win the home in Alaska, but former owner Duane Ose, 78, has now said he wants it back.
The unidentified woman was arrested by CBP agents trying to enter the US from Canada at a New York state border, a law enforcement official told CNN.
The Australian Government processed 140,366 permanent arrivals last year, with Indians topping the list at 26,000 citizens, followed by 18,587 from China.
NSW Fire and Rescue crews were called to the scene in Pittwater Bay at about 2.20 on Sunday afternoon as the $1,450-a-night floating villa called Lilypad caught fire.
A hurricane watch has been issued for parts of Texas as Tropical Storm Beta gains strength in the Gulf of Mexico and is predicted to hit the coast by early next week.
Tony Williams, 75, who lives in Alton, East Hampshire, has received so many emails they crashed his inbox and he has had 100s of phone calls from new friends around the world.