Japan Embraces Commercial Whaling, Pulls Out Of Global Alliance That Banned Practice
It was not yet clear how many whales would be caught each year once Japan resumes commercial whaling, officials said. Commercial whaling was banned under a 1986 International Whaling Commission moratorium.
Guardiola: Man City face doubts about title challenge
Jurgen Klopp called Liverpool beating Newcastle United 4-0 a "pretty ideal day" but admitted to being confused by Anfield's cheers late in the game.
China says Canadian woman being punished for working illegally
Global Affairs Canada did not confirm to the National Post whether McIver was the detained person, citing privacy concerns. China has demanded Meng's immediate release and summoned in the Canadian and USA ambassadors to complain about the case.
Bomb strikes tourist bus near Egypt's Giza Pyramids
Two tourists killed, ten others were injured in a tourist bus explosion in Marioteya district, near Giza governorate on Friday. But that figure was still far short of the record influx in 2010 when over 14 million visitors flocked see the country's sites.
Jose Mourinho blames Paul Scholes, Rio Ferdinand for Manchester United sack
Jose Mourinho's Manchester United tenure is over after the Premier League club sacked him on Tuesday morning. United will look to appoint a permanent boss at the end of the season.
Queen Elizabeth's Christmas Address Talks About Meghan Markle, Importance Of Family
The former " Suits " star could be seen placing a protective hand on Kate's back as the pair made their way inside the gates. According to reports, unease between Meghan and Kate is the reason why the royal duo will move to Windsor early next year.
Guatemalan boy, 8, dies in United States border custody
An investigation into CBP actions will be conducted by the agency's Office of Professional Responsibility, the news release said. Alonzo, who was with his apprehended father, was later transferred back to the hospital suffering from nausea and vomiting.
Michael Fish's NBC26 Storm Shield weather forecast
Highs will top out in the low-40s, but the temps will oddly continue to rise as we head through the night. Accumulation appears light across the Front Range at 1-3 inches, but prepare for a snowy morning commute.
Taliban welcomes withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan
The troops routinely complain about reinforcements that arrive too late, equipment that fails and even running out of food. President Donald Trump considers the war in Afghanistan a lost cause and has long pushed to pull the troops out.
4.8 quake hits area near Sicily's Mount Etna
The most seriously injured by the quake was a 70-year-old man who fractured ribs and was undergoing surgery for chest injuries. Additionally, 18 other people went to local hospitals suffering from panic attacks or shock, news reports said.