Huge lightning storms in UK disrupt travel at London airport

May 27, 2018

British meteorologists says up to 20,000 lightning strikes hit the U.K. during a powerful overnight thunderstorm, and a London-area airport is reporting flight disruptions after an aircraft refueling system was damaged

Amid rape allegation, Jordaan re-elected SAfrica soccer boss

May 27, 2018

Danny Jordaan, the chief organizer of the 2010 World Cup, has been re-elected as president of the South African Football Association for a second term despite allegations made by a singer that he raped her 25 years ago

More LGBT issues loom as justices near wedding cake decision

May 27, 2018

A flood of lawsuits over LGBT rights is making its way through courts and that'll continue, no matter what the Supreme Court decides in the case of a baker who wouldn't create a wedding cake for a same-sex couple

Seoul: North Korea committed to US summit, denuclearization

May 27, 2018

S. Korea's president says N. Korean leader Kim committed to summit with President Trump and complete denuclearization

No longer driven by conflict, Colombians vote for president

May 27, 2018

For decades, Colombia's bloody conflict with leftist rebels influenced decisions in the ballot box

Japan ex-PM Nakasone, witness to war and success, turns 100

May 27, 2018

It is somehow fitting in a country known for longevity that one of Japan's most prominent former leaders has reached 100 years of age

Armed groups threaten Canadian-owned mine in northern Mexico

May 27, 2018

Workers at Canadian-own silver and gold mine in northern Mexico say they are afraid to leave the mine encampment because of threats by armed groups.

Court: Gov't violated privacy law for defrauded students

May 26, 2018

Court says Education Department violated privacy law with cheated for-profit students

Yemeni officials say airstrike in Sanaa kills at least 4

May 26, 2018

Yemeni security officials say a Saudi-led coalition airstrike in the capital has killed at least four civilians and wounded more than 10 others

'Quiet revolution' leads to abortion rights win in Ireland

May 26, 2018

Irish voters _ young and old, male and female, farming types and city-bred folk _ endorse expunging abortion ban from their largely Catholic country's constitution by a two-to-one margin


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