The error came after an online Wikipedia user made changes to the Israeli president's article.
Buckingham Palace announced the Duke and Duchess of Sussex will stop carrying out royal duties from the spring and will no longer use their HRH titles.
A program is expected to start in February in Amsterdam which will purchase the debts of young people and help them obtain higher education and employment.
"These American clowns lie in utter viciousness that they stand with the Iranian people," Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said.
The K-pop sensation have dropped a new track from their forthcoming album, featuring a dark and melancholy sound themed around a "deep dive into their inner selves."
The K-pop group has unveiled the latest teaser for their new album ahead of its release on February 5, featuring a sultry image of member Kim Lip.
Nearly 3,000 leaders from 118 countries are expected to be at the gathering later this month.
The killing of Soleimani by the United States has sharpened Iran's mission, one expert told Newsweek.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police said three travelers forced to endure temperatures as low as -58F.
Fans have been sharing a storm of messages in praise of the singer's act in using his platform for good and helping someone in need.
Under the "safe third country" deals, the U.S. has been sending asylum seekers to Guatemala, with Honduras and El Salvador to follow.
Brendon Wayne Spurrell, 22, was released from custody by mistake after an administrative error in Ottawa, Canada.
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.
The coffee chain and K-pop sensation are launching a new menu of food and drinks, as well as merchandise "designed with real gold," as part of a campaign supporting youth in South Korea.
Cameron Grace, 17, saw the fish getting close to the swimmers in Forster, New South Wales, Australia.
Volcano experts say the danger of another eruption remains high, with more than 100 tremors reported since Wednesday.
An explosion at a chemical factory in Catalonia was so powerful that it flung a one-ton steel plate two miles to crash into an apartment building, killing one resident.
"China hasn't agreed to substantively do anything new," Senator Chris Murphy said.
Three doctors at a Nova Scotia hospital have spoken out about untenable conditions there, including emergency room overcrowding that is so bad patients are being treated in supply closets.
The popular running shoe is reportedly set to be banned when World Athletics announces new regulations.
A member of Russia's lower house of parliament said a secret U.S. "climate weapon" is responsible for unusually warm temperatures this season.
"If Trump arrives along this road, he will be a good man," Assad said, to which Putin laughed before replying, "He will change for the better."