World Bulletin/News Desk
A magnitude 5.6 earthquake struck off the coast of the U.S. West Coast state of Washington on Sunday, the United States Geological Survey said.
The depth was reported at 6.3 miles and the quake was located 190 miles west of Neah Bay, the USGS said. There was no immediate statement from the U.S. Pacific Tsunami Warning Center based in Hawaii on the quake.
Obama has spoken with French president regarding the Greek bailout
A school and bomb were evacuated after two suspicious devices were discovered.
New initiative aims to fight urban encroachment, poaching in country traditionally known for vast wilderness areas
A German court has lifted the ban for Muslim women to wear their hijab whilst practicing their profession.
A riot has broken out in a refugee camp in the Hungarian city of Debrecen.
Defense ministry announces deal on compensation to families of three victims
Fire in refugee dorm in eastern Germany ruled as arson, police say
The US Supreme Court has upheld the lethal injection process by Oklahoma.
Rahma Complex uses song, dance to introduce local youth to teachings of Islam
Tunisia says arrests suspects associated with beach hotel attacker
Russia, Ukraine, EC meet in Vienna on June 30 with Ukraine to pay $247 per 1,000 cm in Q3, flat from Q2
Hussein Bassam Abdallah pleaded guilty to charges of possessing explosives, conspiracy to commit a crime, aiding and abetting a terrorist organization and participation in a terrorist group.
Burundians voted for a new parliament on Monday after a night of sporadic blasts and gunshots, and weeks of violent protests