Gary Lineker was fuming, staggered at how FIFA’s executives were carving up the 2018 and 2022 World Cup hosts.
His retweeting of incendiary videos by the group has drawn condemnation in that country, even from Theresa May.
Lawyers for a British man who has been imprisoned for almost two decades for bludgeoning a mother and daughter to death say another convicted killer has confessed to the murders.
A Bulgarian government jet carrying Prime Minister Boiko Borisov to Saudi Arabia has been denied access to Iranian airspace, forcing him to fly over Iraq.
Negotiators say an agreement has been reached for the release by year’s end of hundreds of people held prisoner in the war between Ukrainian forces and Russia-backed separatists.
Spokesman for Prime Minister Theresa May: Trump was wrong to share anti-Muslim videos tweeted by far-right leader.
The head of Germany’s Central Council of Jews says that anti-Semitism is growing in the country, causing concern for a community that is otherwise blossoming more than seven decades after the Holocaust.
The worst malnutrition rate since the start of the Syria conflict nearly seven years ago has been recorded in a rebel-held suburb of Damascus besieged by the government for more than four years, the United Nations children’s agency said Thursday.
Among the inflammatory videos retweeted by President Donald Trump on Wednesday was one released by the al-Qaida affiliate in Syria and another showing a radical Islamist in Egypt throwing a 9-year-old boy off a roof. Both are from 2013.
Attorney General directs all U.S. attorneys to designate opioid prosecutions coordinators
Anti-corruption agents have visited the home of the former director of a major new World War II museum who is embroiled in a conflict with Poland’s populist government over the ideological message of the institution.
Treasury Department says Tito Aldemar Ruano Yandun smuggled tons of cocaine into the United States.
The Latest on developments from British Prime Minister Theresa May’s Middle East tour (all times local):
Outraged British opposition politicians demanded Wednesday that the government revoke an invitation to U.S. President Donald Trump after he retweeted videos posted by a leader of far-right group Britain First.
Just told that he would be in prison until his late 80s, Slobodan Praljak, shouted “I am not a war criminal!” and raised a vial to his lips.
Ethiopia says more than 1,300 citizens have been expelled from Saudi Arabia in “recent days” after a warning for undocumented migrants to voluntarily leave the Gulf nation expired.
Croatian prime minister confirms death of convicted war criminal, offers condolences to family.
A Supreme Court judge is to review jailing orders against eight former members of the ousted Catalan government and two pro-independence activists.
Pakistani police say gunmen have opened fire at the main gate of a Shiite mosque in the capital Islamabad killing a worshipper and wounding three others.
Greek authorities have brought terrorism charges against nine suspected left-wing militants from Turkey, who were arrested during a series of Athens flat raids ahead of a visit by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.