Stories about World Media

Jun 03 2017

EU Commissioner: Paris climate deal can not be renegotiated

Fighting climate change is a "global consensus" and an "international responsibility", China's prime minister Li Keqiang said. "Our joint leadership provides busi...

Jun 03 2017

US hackers could be behind US presidential campaign leaks - Putin

Petersburg . He maintained there was no state support. The Kremlin took a dim view of Mrs Clinton, considering her far less friendly towards Russian Federation than Mr ...

Jun 03 2017

How Michael Bloomberg is defying Trump's withdrawal from the Paris climate accords

Referring to "the latest unfortunate decisions of the new administration", Tusk said that the European Union and China had "demonstrated solidarity with future generati...

Jun 03 2017

Daily chartWho is to blame for the Conservatives' polling slump?

Several questions were asked about the PM's social care reforms, which forced her into a rare u-turn on a manifesto pledge before polling day. On the election: "I cou...

Jun 03 2017

May's lead down to 5 points, model estimates 60-seat majority

The opposition Labour party polled 39 percent against the Conservatives' 42 percent. Impotence in the face of a Conservative majority is one thing, but in the event...

Jun 03 2017

Chelsea banked £151m for winning title

And yet, the club bows out with $120 million in prize money payments, according to sportingintelligence.com . That's nearly two-thirds more than Leicester banked ...

Jun 03 2017

Indian agency conducts raids in IoK, New Delhi over alleged terror funding

The NIA questioning came after the central probe agency, formed in the wake of the 26/11 Mumbai attacks, named Pakistan-based Lashker-e-Taiba chief Hafeez Saeed, hardline...

Jun 03 2017

Russian President Vladimir Putin avoids criticizing Trump's climate accord decision

Russian President Vladimir Putin today appeared to come to the defense of President Trump over his decision to withdraw the US from the Paris Climate Agreement. Putin s...

Jun 03 2017

Ethiopia's Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus elected as new WHO Director

Chan, a Hong Kong physician who took the reins of the organisation in 2007, acknowledged Monday it had been slow to react to the Ebola disaster. "It's a victory day for...

Jun 03 2017

US evangelical green groups pan Trump's climate accord exit

Earlier on Friday Baker - who didn't support Trump during last year's campaign and didn't vote for him - said he didn't think Trump's decision to withdraw from the a...

Jun 03 2017

CCTV images of Manchester bomber on night of attack released

The British government and Greater Manchester police had refused to confirm the identity of the suicide bomber as Salman Abedi just over two hours before his name app...

Jun 03 2017

Military rejects IS claim of Manila attack

Marriott hotels released a statement confirming that the incident occurred in parts of the Manila resort complex other than their hotel. Police cordoned off the are...

Jun 03 2017

Ten Philippine soldiers killed in military air strike

The US lists Hapilon as one of the world's most unsafe terrorists and has offered a bounty of 5 million United States dollars for his capture. Twenty-five of the dead mil...

Jun 03 2017

Tasmania Police officers take selfie with drunk man, social media approves

The officers tucked Reece into bed and waited for his friend to arrive home before they left. This weekend, Reece Park from Tasmania, Australia , woke up to find sever...

Jun 03 2017

CBS anchor Pelley leaving evening news broadcast

Scott Pelley is reportedly not being brought back at CBS Evening News , Page Six reports . CBS's Sunday political show, "Face the Nation", is also a solid performe...

Jun 03 2017

South Korea fires warning shots at North after `drone´ crosses border

Hours after the Cheonan corvette was sunk in 2010 by what Seoul later said was a North Korean torpedo attack, killing 46 sailors, the patrol boat Sokcho "spotted uniden...

Jun 03 2017

Former Mayor Bloomberg pledges millions to support Paris accord

As the World Resources Institute has pointed out, if the USA states that support the Paris Agreement were counted as a country, they'd be the fifth largest economy and ...

Jun 03 2017

North Korea 'poses a threat to us all': Mattis

It also expresses "gravest concern" that the North's nuclear and missile activities are generating "increased tension in the region and beyond" and continue to threaten...

Jun 03 2017

Haqqani Militant Network behind Kabul Attack: Aghan Gov't

It's always Afghans", she said, when asked who suffered in such attacks. "For how long will we have to tolerate this bloodshed in our country?" a sobbing resident asked...

Jun 03 2017

VIRAL: Sea lion drags girl into water in Canada

But suddenly, the animal jumps up, bites the girl's dress and drags her into the water . "It initially jumped up to the girl to read her, I guess", Fujiwara told CB...