Police in Germany are investigating two suspected British neo-Nazis photographed giving a Hitler salute in Buchenwald concentration camp, where more than 56,000 people were murdered.
The investigation centres on a photograph published on Twitter by National Action, a known British neo-Nazi group.
The United Nations’ humanitarian chief on Friday demanded that the Syrian government and militant groups stop interfering with the delivery of food and medicine for civilians trapped in besieged and difficult-to-reach areas in war-ravaged Syria.
“The continued use of siege and starvation as a weapon of war is reprehensible,” U.N. under secretary-general Stephen O’Brien told the 15-nation Security Council.
The waters between Singapore and Malaysia used to heave with wooden ships carrying exotic spices. Now the Straits of Malacca are filled with vessels carrying a very different sort of commodity.
Oil traders awaiting a recovery in crude are turning to floating storage after benchmark Brent prices more than halved over a span of two years, according to Morgan Stanley analysts led by Adam Longson.
A former companion of Donald Trump is claiming that The New York Times misrepresented her story about the time she spent dating the real-estate mogul turned Republican presidential frontrunner.
The Times said it interviewed more than 50 people for its story, which was published over the weekend and presented a picture of how Trump has been known to treat women; some of the sources depicted “unwelcome romantic advances” and “unending commentary on the female form,” while others praised him for promoting women within his businesses.
Could this futuristic-looking contraption be the future of public transport?
Unveiled at the 19th China Beijing International High-Tech Expo on Sunday, this is the Transit Elevated Bus, designed to help combat gridlock by letting passengers soar over the tops of cars on the increasingly-congested roads of Shanghai and Beijing.