Sweden suspects that a Russian submarine has illegally entered its waters and says it is prepared to force the craft to reveal itself.
Tatiana Bragina sighed as she examined food prices at her local supermarket in southeast Moscow. “They seem to go up every day,” the 35-year-old housewife complained as she tallied her potential purchases on a rainy afternoon this week. “Especially for meat and fish.”
A gunman who reportedly was a recent convert to Islam launched an attack Wednesday in Ottawa, killing one soldier guarding a war memorial before barging into the capital city’s Parliament amid a hail of gunfire and spawning increased vigilance in Washington and Ottawa, where officials wondered how he managed to get into the government building armed.
A baby was killed and eight people wounded when a car rammed pedestrians at a Jerusalem train station on Wednesday in a terrorist attack, police said.
A top Canadian naval officer reportedly warned soldiers on Tuesday not to wear their uniforms out in public for fear of being targeted, following two deadly attacks this week on uniformed soldiers in Quebec and Ontario.
Large-scale NATO war games underway in Europe this week include the deployment of B-52 nuclear-capable bombers, as non-NATO member Sweden hunts for a Russian mini-submarine in its territorial waters.
A bomb was detonated right by Cairo University, Egypt’s largest place for higher learning, leaving 10 injured, including six police officers.
A string of acid attacks on women by a motorcycle gang in Iran sparked protests at government buildings in the city of Isfahan on Wednesday. Thousands were in attendance.
An American arrested and held for nearly six months in North Korea for leaving a Bible at a nightclub returned home to Ohio on Wednesday to tears of joy and hugs from his wife and surprised children.
Canadian parliament member Bob Zimmer said the gunmen terrorizing the Parliament building is deceased.