The governor of Kaliningrad also recommended "that all U.S. generals read some history books about those who plotted against the Russian state and the consequences they had to face."
Friday September 20, millions of people from over 100 countries are walking out of their jobs and schools to encourage governments and companies to join the fight against climate change.
Incident took place in China as the student was attending a family wedding.
Thousands of people in more than 100 countries participated in the Global Climate Strike.
The victim can be seen in video footage clutching his still-burning neck and stumbling around on the highway.
Canadian Conservative Party Leader Andrew Scheer says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "has lost the moral authority to govern," but his political career has not been entirely scandal-free either.
"I'm not going to make light of the situation," Trudeau said during a campaign stop in Saskatoon, Canada, on Thursday night.
Slowthai made the move at the annual Mercury Awards in London and shouted "F*** Johnson."
Blue sharks are considered "near threatened" globally, though there is no limit on catching them in the United Kingdom.
A German mother is standing trial for allegedly faking the disabilites of her children in order to claim benefits.
The body of LGBT activist Yelena Grigoryeva was found in St. Petersburg on July 20, with evidence she had been choked and stabbed. Now a suspect has confessed but Grigoryeva's friends are dubious.
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.
"I hope you enjoy your moment of glory," wrote one commenter, "and I hope for your sake karma doesn't come bite you hard the next time your out fishing for sharks."
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told reporters "it was Iran" that attacked Saudi Arabia over the weekend, breaking with the Pentagon, which said it was "not going to get ahead of the Saudi investigation."
In a meeting with Aung San Suu Kyi in 2013, during the outbreak of violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar, Suu Kyi told them Prime Minister David Cameron, "They are not really Burmese. They are Bangladeshi."
Conservatives seized on the issue, with the party's leader Andrew Scheer declaring Trudeau "not fit to govern this country."
Experts tell Newsweek why Japan hasn't signed on to a U.S.-led military buildup against Iran in the Persian Gulf and why Tokyo remains a potential player for peace between Washington and Tehran.
Former U.S. Air Force Colonel Todd Hohn was reportedly accused of illegally transporting ammunition after being caught with nonmetallic air gun pellets.
Filmmakers traveled all over the world to make dramatic aerial images of an enormous landfill in Nairobi, Kenya; forests damaged by oil spills in Nigeria; Italy's Carrara marble quarries; a gigantic open pit coal mine in Germany; a concrete sea wall under construction in China and several other sites.
The Canadian Prime Minister apologized for the incidents, saying, "I shouldn't have done it. I should have know better and I'm very sorry."
"We simply believe that human life must be prioritised over the lives of sharks," head of the state government of Queensland, Australia, said.
Alexander Gabyshev calls himself a "shaman warrior" and was walking from the Sakha Republic in the far east of Russia, to Moscow. He was reportedly arrested having covered 2,000 miles.