Donald Cerrone made a statement with his win over Al Iaquinta in the main event of UFC Fight Night 151 on Saturday in Ottawa.
The bubonic plague outbreak that has killed two people in Mongolia has trapped tourists from the U.S. and Europe in the area indefinitely.
North Korea has conducted a “strike drill” for multiple launchers, firing tactical guided weapons into the East Sea in a military drill supervised by leader Kim Jong Un on Saturday, the North’s state media reported on Sunday.
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A rocket fired from Gaza killed an Israeli civilian on Sunday and two Palestinian gunmen were killed in an Israeli strike as cross-border hostilities ran into their third day.
Australian political parties are using voter email addresses to find matching social media profiles then combining them with the country’s compulsory electoral roll data, illustrating how privacy scandals have done little to slow the march of data-driven campaigning.
Australia’s opposition leader Bill Shorten said on Sunday that if his party wins the May 18 election, wages will rise, more children will go to pre-school, small businesses will get more tax cuts and hospitals will get their emergency rooms upgraded.
Canelo Alvarez earned the unanimous decision over Daniel Jacobs on Saturday night at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Crowds of Thai people lined roads under Bangkok’s blazing sun on Sunday for the royal procession of newly crowned King Maha Vajiralongkorn, hoping to get a glimpse of the constitutional monarch who is revered in Thai culture as a living deity.