https://phototass1.cdnvideo.ru/width/744_b12f2926/tass/m2/en/uploads/i/20190227/1215606.jpg

Worldwide

He has said he has no intention of resigning and pledged to continue as prime minister "for many more years". Netanyahu has maintained his innocence and has dismissed the allegations as "ridiculous". "The main thing was to influence the elections, even if we know that this house of cards will completely collapse after the elections", Netanyahu said.
  • Univision’s Jorge Ramos Temporarily Detained In Venezuela During Nicolás Maduro Interview

    Univision’s Jorge Ramos Temporarily Detained In Venezuela During Nicolás Maduro Interview

    Worldwide

    Univision journalist Jorge Ramos and his team were detained while interviewing Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro , but they were released after their recordings were confiscated, the network says. Vice President Mike Pence, who's in the region to declare "all options are on the table" for the United States to push Maduro out of power, said Venezuela's socialist "nightmare" will soon be gone.
  • 58 ex-senior national security officials to censure Trump's emergency declaration

    58 ex-senior national security officials to censure Trump's emergency declaration

    Worldwide

    President Trump's emergency declaration would redirect $3.6 billion in military construction funding; $2.5 billion from the Pentagon's drug interdiction program; and $600 million from the Treasury Department's asset forfeiture fund. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R, said that he wasn't sure how many Republicans would vote for the resolution, "but there will not be enough to override any veto".
  • Hooch tragedy toll touches 143 in Assam

    Hooch tragedy toll touches 143 in Assam

    Worldwide

    In order to ensure that there is no shortage of doctors in attending to the patients, medical professionals have been rushed to Jorhat and Golaghat from Assam Medical College Hospital, Dibrugarh, Gauhati Medical College Hospital, and Tezpur Medical College Hospital, Sonitpur.
  • Iran's foreign minister resigns as his nuclear deal teeters

    Iran's foreign minister resigns as his nuclear deal teeters

    Worldwide

    The 59-year-old said he wanted to apologise for "all his shortcomings and flaws" during his term in office. His post on Instagram thanked the Iranian people and authorities but gave no reason for the resignation. "I suddenly got a text message saying the trip has been canceled", Heshmatollah Falahatpisheh told ISNA, adding that this was not the first time Zarif had resigned but "that he has done so publicly this time means that he wants the president to accept it this time".
  • R&B singer R. Kelly freed on bail in Chicago

    R&B singer R. Kelly freed on bail in Chicago

    Worldwide

    Kelly, who was acquitted of child pornography charges in 2008, has denied wrongdoing. Earlier on Monday, Kelly entered a not guilty plea to the aforementioned charges. Kelly lawyer Greenberg told reporters that his client hopes to post the required $100,000 cash bail Monday evening to be released from a prison hospital unit where he was placed to keep him apart from the general inmate population.
  • Winter storm watch goes into effect Sunday

    Winter storm watch goes into effect Sunday

    Worldwide

    Snowfall accumulations of 1-2 inches expected with a light glaze of ice possible. The majority of the snow will fall by mid morning Sunday . The winter storm bearing down on the La Crosse area shifted which means more snow for La Crosse.
  • Aero India Air Show Suspended Temporarily as Massive Fires Breaks Out

    Aero India Air Show Suspended Temporarily as Massive Fires Breaks Out

    Worldwide

    Ten fire tenders along with seven water bowsers (tankers) and 33 Agni and Varuna vehicles were moved quickly to contain the fire. The spokesperson added that a Court of Inquiry has been ordered to investigate the cause of the fire at the Parking Area of AeroIndia2019 and there was no loss of life or injury.
  • Nigeria votes for new president despite delay and attacks

    Nigeria votes for new president despite delay and attacks

    Worldwide

    Although voting was peaceful in most areas of Nigeria Saturday, there were a few outbreaks of violence in the vast West African country and many reports of delays at polling stations. President Muhammadu Buhari has won his unit in the presidential poll. Mrs Buhari got cleared to vote before her husband but Buhari was seen looking at her ballot before he proceeded into the booth to cast his ballot.
  • British IS teen calls for ‘mercy’

    British IS teen calls for ‘mercy’

    Worldwide

    The home secretary revoked Begum's citizenship in a move only permissible under global law if it does not leave the individual stateless. Renu Begum's letter also asked Javid to help "in bringing my nephew home to us". we as her family can not simply abandon her". He last saw his youngest daughter when he visited the United Kingdom two months before she fled to Syria with school friends Kadiza Sultana and Amira Abase in March 2015.
  • Our fight is for Kashmir, not against Kashmiris: PM Modi

    Our fight is for Kashmir, not against Kashmiris: PM Modi

    Worldwide

    Islamabad has denied any involvement and warned New Delhi against any "misadventure", vowing to retaliate if it comes under attack. The US President, however, said that since stopping $1.3 billion in aid to Islamabad nine months ago, "we've developed a much better relationship with Pakistan over the last short period of time than we had".
  • Can small donors deliver Bernie Sanders the Democratic nomination?

    Can small donors deliver Bernie Sanders the Democratic nomination?

    Worldwide

    In an interview with CBS, Sanders said he was expecting Trump to suggest that socialist policies would collapse the USA economy much like what happened to Venezuela. Senator Amy Klobuchar raised more than $1 million in 48 hours after launching her campaign on February 10, campaign officials said. "These aren't platitudes to him", said Katherine Brezler, co-founder of People for Bernie Sanders .
  • Trump, Kim to meet one-on-one next week

    Trump, Kim to meet one-on-one next week

    Worldwide

    He also showed up at the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea, where he danced in front of an appalled North Korean cheer squad before security hauled him away. When Trump and Kim met in Singapore, it was the first ever meeting between a sitting USA president and a North Korean leader. North Korea's top negotiators have arrived in Vietnam and are meeting with the USA special envoy for North Korea, Stephen Biegun, to lay the groundwork for the conversation between Trump and Kim.
  • Venezuela seals border with Brazil

    Venezuela seals border with Brazil

    Worldwide

    Both the government and the opposition are gearing up for a showdown this weekend over the donated food and medicine destined for Venezuela that is now stockpiled in the neighboring countries of Colombia, Brazil and Curacao. Meanwhile, Maduro - mirroring Guaido's move in an attempt to show his socialist government was able to look after its people - ordered a shipment of thousands of food boxes to be distributed to the needy along the Colombian border.
  • IRS analyst charged with leaking Michael Cohen's financial docs

    IRS analyst charged with leaking Michael Cohen's financial docs

    Worldwide

    That leak revealed that Cohen, a former lawyer to President Donald Trump , appeared to be accepting payments from organizations seeking to influence the White House. Monico cited a "more fulsome letter" sent to Pauley eight days ago by Cohen that was sealed. The legal battle between Cohen, Trump and Daniels pitted Cohen and Avenatti against each other in the press.