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German court convicts two Syrian fighters on terror charges
Two refugees in Germany have been convicted on terrorism related charges for fighting alongside rebels in Syria. It is the first such process in...
Australia Offers Rohingya on Manus Island Up to $20,000 for Return to Myanmar
The Australian authorities offer to Rohingya refugees currently living on Manus Island financial aid in order to return to Myanmar, The Guardian...
Your Google Home will now help you find dates
Dating apps have always been very hands on — full of swipes and texting — but now some of them are making the move to be hands-free. Plenty of Fish...
Russian director Kirill Serebrennikov to complete 'Hänsel and Gretel' despite arrest
Despite his arrest in Russia, the star director is still expected to complete his work for the Stuttgart Opera. A special event is to be held instead...
Ban trolls from voting to deter abuse of politicians, urges electoral watchdog
Social media trolls abusing MPs could be banned from voting as part of new proposals set out by the UK’s Electoral Commission.
Presidential phone-in: Macron flooded with 'unflattering' texts after cell number leaked online
Emmanuel Macron's cellphone found itself working overtime after the French president's phone number was published online, leading to a...
Russia rejects rumors of civilian injuries at Zapad drills
Russia's military has dismissed claims that a helicopter fired on civilians at the Zapad drills taking place near St. Petersburg, agency reports...
‘Shames us all’: 152mn children in forced labor, 40mn people in slavery – study
At least 40 million people across the globe live in modern slavery, while 152 million children from 5 to 17 years old are currently involved in child...
US Airstrikes in Afghanistan Boom Under Trump: New Victims, No Efficiency
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism reported a significant increase in the US airstrikes in Afghanistan under President Donald Trump. Speaking to...
Japan Remains Loyal to PM Shinzo Abe
Just two months ago, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe stood below 30 percent in popularity polls and faced a tidal wave of scandals over alleged...
Escobar’s brother urges Netflix to hire hitmen, says Colombia not safe for filming
Netflix has got advice it shouldn’t refuse, according to Pablo Escobar’s brother, who recommends the entertainment company hires hitmen when working...
Maria devastates Dominica, heads to Puerto Rico
The Caribbean has been hit by another Category Five hurricane which now has other islands in its sights.
Virus in Cyber Security App CCleaner Leaves 2.3 Million Users Infected
Piriform announced that its popular program CCleaner, which optimizes computer operations, had been infected by a virus.
Hinge Launches A Matchmaking App, And It’s A Little Creepy
Setting up your friends seems great, but in practice could cause privacy problems. Hinge Matchmaker is new standalone app from the dating app where...
The Table of Ultimate Gaming is every tabletop nerd’s wet dream
Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Calling all dungeon masters, Catan settlers,...