Russia invaded Crimea in 2014 and has insisted that its annexation was legitimate.
Scientists think they’ve detected a sub-glacial lake around one of Mars’ polar caps, but nobody’s actually seen it yet.
The U.K. could be close to a deal on evicting WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange from London’s Ecuadorean Embassy.
Ortega said he wouldn’t step down because he was democratically elected.
The attacks were reportedly the most deadly in the government-held territory in months.
Israel’s recently passed “nation-state” declaration was criticized by Jews at home and abroad.
From Cold War espionage to recent investigations into alleged election interference, Russian intelligence agents have played a part.
England’s HPV vaccination program will now be expanded to include boys ages 12-13.
Monitoring group 38 North says satellite images seem to show the country is tearing down facilities key to its missile program.
Authorities in China are investigating a company for producing faulty children’s vaccines.
As of late Sunday, investigators didn’t know the suspect’s motive. But officials are reportedly looking into all possibilities, including terrorism.
The funds are for “additional training, equipment and advisory efforts to build the defensive capacity of Ukraine’s forces.”
Four Palestinians were killed, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.
Eight years ago, Greece’s financial crisis threatened the value of the euro and led to the world’s largest bailout in history. As the country approaches the end of the bailout program next month, unemployment rates remain high and foreclosures loom as residents who are heavily taxed help the government repay loans. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Christopher Livesay reports.
In Helsinki, Putin proposed a referendum in separatist-controlled parts of Ukraine.