As neo-Nazis grow bolder, the 'antifa' has emerged to fight them
Politicians, Celebrities Condemn Trump?s Charlottesville Remarks
Roy Moore, Luther Strange advance to runoff in Alabama Senate election
Baltimore Quietly Removed All 4 Of Its Confederate Statues Overnight
Grace Mugabe back in Zimbabwe after being accused of assault in South Africa
By James Macharia and MacDonald Dzirutwe JOHANNESBURG/HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's first lady Grace Mugabe returned home on Tuesday from South Africa after failing to turn herself in to police in Johannesburg to face accusations of assaulting a model in a hotel room. There was no immediate public comment on the case from Grace, 52, a possible successor to her husband President Robert Mugabe, 93, who has ruled Zimbabwe since 1980. A second official also confirmed that Grace had returned, saying "she is around now" and accused the media of a plot to tarnish the first family's name.
Nigeria suicide bombers kill 28, wound 82
Three women suicide bombers blew themselves up at the entrance to a camp for displaced people in northeast Nigeria on Tuesday, killing 28 people and wounding 82, local sources said. The attack -- the latest in a string of assaults in the troubled region -- took place in the town of Mandarari, 25 kilometres (15 miles) from Maiduguri, the capital of Borno state, said Baba Kura, a member of a vigilante force set up to fight jihadists. "Three female bombers triggered their explosive outside of the IDP (internally displaced persons) camp... killing 28 people and wounding 82 others," Kura said.
North Korea Holds off on Guam Attack, but Warns U.S. Against 'Reckless Actions'
Anti-Semitic Signs In Hotel Say Jewish Guests Must Shower Before Swimming
The world's most livable cities for 2017 revealed
For the seventh year in a row, Melbourne has been named the world's most livable city, in a new list dominated by cities in Australia and Canada. Analysts at The Economist's Intelligence Unit released the 2017 edition of their Global Liveability Report, which ranks 140 cities based on their quality of life across five broad categories: stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education, and infrastructure. This year's list saw 44 cities get bumped or promoted on the index, be it for falling crime rates, increased terror threats, instability, or increased tourist activity.
Robert E. Lee's Descendant Denounces White Nationalists