Tamanna Nusrat, a member of parliament from the ruling Awami League party, is accused of paying up to eight lookalikes to pretend to be her during exams. She has since been expelled from the university.
A history of 33 El Ninos since 1901 has shown that climate change can make for a more violent storm patterns, according to a study published in Monday's Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
London-based rapper Rico Racks has been convicted of a number of drug-related offenses and issued an order barring him from using specific words in his lyrics moving forward.
Some feminists claim that the move is part of a concerted effort towards the "elimination of women's biology."
Television journalist Vladimir Solovyov, often criticized for his close ties to Vladimir Putin, has been awarded a Guinness World Record for "most hours of live television presented by a host in one week"
Conservative candidate Andrew Scheer has vowed to crack down on immigration to "the greatest country on earth"—and no, he doesn't mean the United States.
The Democratic 2020 primary candidate told The Hill that "everything is on the table" should she become the next president.
Questions about Duke of York's relationship to billionaire pedophile to be raised in documentary shown on British TV.
Journalist Thea Pedersen, who documented the alleged white phosphorous burn victims at hospitals in northeastern Syria, described to Newsweek graphic scenes of discolored, dead skin that, despite decades of experience, doctors said they "had never seen before."
Russia's defense ministry has dismissed claims that the incident could have caused an "emergency situation."
The Duke of Sussex was asked about tensions between him and the Duke of Cambridge while in Africa.
View staggering images of the D-Day invasion, one of World War II's most important battles.
Travelers have the ability to boycott places and events in order to force them to make ethical and moral changes. Or, alternatively, travelers can choose to visit those countries that have put in place good ethical practices, in order to encourage other destinations to follow suit.
"Nature provides the real experience. We just made it more accessible," says the architect of Camp Adventure's new observation deck.
Former President Barack Obama has said the world still needs Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's "progressive leadership."
Polls suggest Prime Minister Justin Trudeau could narrowly hold onto Canada's top job, with a minority government.
Sergei Shoigu said that the U.S. had planned its surprise withdrawal from the intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty long in advance, to counter Russia's and China's growing military clout.
The message was scrawled on the mural in Edmonton, Alberta, as the 16 year old passed through the city for a climate change rally.
"Harry & Meghan: An African Journey," filmed during the royals' recent African tour, premiered in the U.K. on Sunday.
Mayor Giuseppe Sala of Milan said he would ask the U.S. consul to formally apologize for a World War II bombing in his city that killed almost 200 schoolchildren.
"We are victims of systematic oppression by our own government," Dima El-Ayache, a student protester, told Newsweek. "Today we are revolting."
Republican Congressman Will Hurd warned that 30,000 ISIS fighters are "going to come back" to Syria, and he accused the Trump administration of agreeing to "terms of surrender" rather than a peace deal with Turkey.
New Jersey Democratic Senator Bob Menendez said it's no coincidence that Russia continues getting foreign policy victories over the Trump administration.
Host of British channel ITV, Tom Bradby, went with the royal couple on their trip to Africa.