Next time a restaurant tells you “Guac will be extra,” this might be the reason why.
Despite being recently defeated from their major strongholds of Mosul and Tel Afar in Iraq, and it being more than two years since Iraqi forces specifically sought to retake oil-rich areas from ISIS, militants belonging to the terror faction are continuing to steal, spill and smuggle crude oil from Iraqi oil fields as a means to wreak havoc and fund their spluttering but slimly surviving campaign of terror.
To help readers understand how bad Venezuela’s monetary mishandling has gotten, Fox News has compiled a list of ten things that 10,987 bolivars (or $1 in the U.S.) will buy – assuming, of course, there are no shipping and handling payments.
Asian stock markets slumped on Friday following overnight losses on Wall Street as U.S. President Donald Trump’s bellicose remarks prompted investors to unload shares in companies that have been on the rise in recent months.
One of the men arrested in connection with an Israeli corruption case involving the purchase of multi-million dollar naval vessels from Germany is in negotiations to become a state’s witness, Channel 2 reported Monday.
Puerto Rico’s governor is pushing ahead with his top campaign promise of trying to convert the U.S. territory into a state, holding a Sunday referendum to let voters send a message to Congress.
Under the deal, Mexico would sharply reduce the share of refined sugar it exports to the U.S. and increase raw sugar exports.
Spain’s Banco Santander says it is acquiring Banco Popular, the troubled lender that lost more than half of its share value over the past week.
German prosecutors have charged a 28-year-old Pakistani man with membership in a terrorist organization on allegations he joined the Lashkar-e-Taiba group to fight against Indian forces in the Kashmir region.
German federal prosecutors say they’re handing off the investigation of last month’s attack on the Borussia Dortmund team bus after determining that there was no terrorist motive.
An editor of a leading Turkish opposition newspaper has been arrested for allegedly spreading “terrorist propaganda.” Oguz Guven, the editor of Cumhuriyet newspaper’s online edition, was formally arrested Monday evening after being detained Friday.
A Danish court has convicted a girl of attempted terrorism for planning bomb attacks against two schools when she was 15.
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The Latest on the attack in Pakistan’s southwestern Baluchistan province (all times local): 4:20 p.m.
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Three women have appeared in a London court charged with planning a knife attack in the neighborhood of London where Parliament is located.
The Latest on Syria (all times local): 2:15 p.m.
Emirates Group, which operates the Middle East’s largest airline, says profits have fallen by 70 percent to $670 million, though revenue increased slightly to around $26 billion.
A top North Korean foreign ministry official says Pyongyang will seek the extradition of anyone involved in what it says was a CIA-backed plot to kill leader Kim Jung Un last month with a biochemical poison.
British police say three teenage women who were suspected of involvement in terrorism have been released without charge.