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Chilling CCTV VIDEO captures man pushing woman on rail track in cold blood

A CCTV camera has captured a man calmly pushing a woman on rail tracks at a Hong Kong train station, then walking away in cold blood.

Thousands take to streets in Malta to demand justice for slain anti-corruption journalist (PHOTOS)

Thousands of people poured into the streets of the Maltese capital, Valletta, on Sunday to voice their indignation over the death of a prominent investigative journalist, known for exposing state corruption, who was killed by a car bomb last week.

Ax-wielding teenager goes on GTA-style rampage in Switzerland

A 17-year-old teenager charged passers-by with an ax and attempted to escape in a car before pulling up at a gas station to attack several more people in the eastern Swiss municipality of Flums.

Einstein’s other theory (about happiness) to be sold at auction

A note written by Albert Einstein describing his theory on happy living has surfaced after 95 years and is up for auction in Jerusalem.

15 extreme Jewish nationalists detained for campaign to stop Israeli-Arab dating

Fifteen members of the radical Jewish group Lehava suspected of attacking and threatening Arab men dating Jewish women have been arrested in Israel, including the group's controversial leader, Ben-Tzion Gopstein.

‘Other side of the galaxy’: Interstellar survey paves way for detailed map of the Milky Way

A string of radio telescopes have been used to measure a span of 66,000 light-years from Earth to a star-forming area of space at the other side of the Milky Way.

Prosecution of terrorism cases in Germany jumped fourfold this year – report

German federal prosecutors are overstretched with more than 900 terrorism cases – a fourfold increase from 2016, according the federal prosecutor’s office.

Catalan crisis escalated by repressive actions of Spanish government – analysts

The crisis over Catalonia’s independence, which could have been avoided through negotiations, was escalated by the repressive actions of a Spanish government that doesn’t seem eager to change its ways, analysts say.

8 people, including minors, charged in France with plotting attack against mosques, politicians

At least 8 people, including three minors, have been charged in France for a “criminal terrorist conspiracy,” prosecutors said.

Police arrest 140 as Malawi cracks down on ‘vampire’ hysteria

Some 140 people have been arrested in connection with a series of fatal attacks on people suspected of being ‘vampires’ in Malawi.

Two dead as typhoon Lan’s heavy rains & wind hit Japan (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

At least two people died as typhoon Lan struck the southern regions of Honshu, the largest and most populous island of Japan.

Four arrested as anti-Trudeau protesters clash with Antifa in Canada (VIDEO)

Four people were arrested after a group of protesters opposed to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau clashed with counter-demonstrators in Toronto, Ontario.

‘The Poacher, poached!’: Rhino injures illegal hunter in Namibia

A rhino has charged at and injured a suspected poacher in Namibia. It is a rare case of the animal, hunted for its valuable horn, being able to fight back against the perpetrators.

Java island's 11yr mudflow fired by underground lava ducts - study (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

A new study mapping the underground networks that connect volcanoes has revealed the cause of the vents which relentlessly spew mud that engulfs villages on the Indonesian island of Java.

‘This is about a shy cat’: Fake plane bomber defies Sweden ban to ‘save’ feline friend

Deportation from Sweden for making a plane bomb threat did not stop a Russian man from attempting to re-enter across the border.

Teens arrested after gang invades Brisbane streets on scooters (VIDEOS)

Scores of teenagers disrupted traffic in parts of Brisbane on Sunday after they decided to race through Fortitude Valley on push scooters.

Russia floats brand new hydrofoil passenger ship after two-decade pause

A new hydrofoil ship meant to transport up to 120 passengers along sea coast routes has been floated by a Russian producer.

‘Leveled like Dresden’: Raqqa aid haste hints at cover up of ‘barbaric destruction’ – Moscow

What the US-led coalition did to Syria’s Raqqa is comparable to the infamous Allied bombing of Dresden in 1945, the Russian Defense Ministry said, adding that the allies may be rushing to pour money into Raqqa to cover up the aftermath.

NASA exploring whether a ‘magnetic tail’ is destroying Mars

Plasma explosions from the sun over billions of years have all but stripped Mars of its atmosphere. But a new discovery by NASA shows that remnants of the Red Planet’s magnetic field can be found in the form of a rotating ‘tail’.

N. Italy referenda: Richest regions of Veneto & Lombardy go to polls over autonomy

Veneto and Lombardy, the two wealthiest regions of Italy, are voting today in a bid for greater autonomy from the center.