Shamima Begum said losing UK citizenship is "hard to swallow" as ITV News told her of the Home Office decision.
Samsung first teased its foldable phone back in November, and at the company’s Galaxy Unpacked event today, it’s further detailing its foldable plans.
Samsung’s foldable now has a name, the Samsung Galaxy Fold, and the company is revealing more about what this unique smartphone can do. S
amsung is planning to launch the Galaxy Fold on April 26th, starting at $1,980.
Cook County State's Attorney approves felony charges against 'Empire' star Jussie Smollett; Mike Tobin reports.
A 16-year-old schoolboy has been shot in front of horrified commuters at a rail station in east London.
Police and paramedics rushed to the scene at Barking station just before 11.30pm on Wednesday after officers received calls that a man had been stabbed. It later emerged that the man had been shot, after a small bullet was found in his abdomen.
Violent scenes unfolded on a tube train at the station which operates the Hammersmith and City line, the District line and other mainline services.
Witnesses at the scene said the passenger alarm was pulled when a suspect fled a train after the doors opened at the station.
Woman is made fun of by CEO after leaving a bad review
China's state-run press agency has welcomed its first female AI anchor who will join its growing team of virtual presenters.
The female AI newsreader will make her professional debut during the upcoming meetings of the country's national legislature and top political advisory body in March, according to Xinhua at a press conference on Tuesday.
Modelled after the agency's flesh-and-blood journalist Qu Meng, the AI newsreader was jointly developed by Xinhua and search engine company Sogou.com and can 'read texts as naturally as a professional anchor'.
Police say someone attacked a statue of Sean “Diddy” Combs at Madame Tussauds wax museum in New York, shoving the rap impresario’s likeness so forcefully it lost its head. Investigators were continuing Monday to look for a suspect in the strange episode Saturday night. Madame Tussauds New York says artists will fix the damage as quickly as possible to get the figure back to the museum’s A-List Party Room.
This is the eye-watering moment a grandmother had to be rescued after falling off a balcony why she was cleaning - and being impaled on iron railings. Benja Khamkha, 66, was standing on the ledge on the second floor while reaching up to wipe the side of the building in Bangkok, Thailand, last Friday. But the housewife lost her footing and tumbled onto the red metal railings below. Miraculously, the spiked railings missed her vital organs - with two of them piercing the area below her armpits and the one in the middle going into her chest. Neighbours heard the pensioner's cries for help and called the emergency services who arrived at the home on the busy Sukhumvit Road where they spent an hour freeing Benja.
This lady collapsed suddenly due to heart attack while delivering her speech as incoming president of a social club. She was immediately sent to hospital but unfortunately was pronounced dead on arrival.
So sad. Pay attention at the 1:13 mark when she was rubbing her hands (due to lack of blood circulation). Doctor said that when you experienced coldness in extremities such as hands and shortness of breath, you have only 4 to 5 seconds before onset of heart attack. You have to quickly sit down and start taking very deep breaths to try saving yourself while getting medical help.
“A wall between the US and Mexico won’t stop the drug trafficking,” investigative journalist Anabel Hernández told Euronews.
The Mexican reporter said that tonnes of drugs and a significant amount of money were transported by commercial airlines and private planes, which landed at airports in both cities in Mexico and the United States.
Hernandez has worked as an investigative journalist looking into government corruption in Mexico for the last 20 years. Her book "Narcoland" claims to show connections between the Sinaloa Cartel, headed by "El Chapo" Guzmán and high-ranking Mexican officials.
Hernández claimed during her investigations, the Sinaloa cartel operated with impunity at Mexico City airport under the protection of the Mexican government.
"If the corruption is at the airports, both in Mexico and at the airports of the receiving country, then there will be no wall that can reach the height at which an aeroplane flies," she said.
US President Donald Trump has said he wants to build between his country and Mexico to stop criminals from entering the United States.
America is divided over the construction, with the US federal government recently shut down for a month over the quarrel.
Now President Trump has declared a national emergency which has been met with threats from Democratic critics for another heated court debate.
'El Chapo is no longer dangerous'
Hernández had been looking into Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera’s case when he was found guilty by US prosecutors at a federal court in Brooklyn, New York.
"El Chapo is no longer dangerous, what is dangerous is the system that he's created," she said.
Guzmán’s smuggling exploits made him the world’s most notorious drug baron since Colombia’s Pablo Escobar, who was shot dead in 1993 by police.
The Sinaloa Cartel leader was found guilty on Tuesday of all 10 counts in a US trial, including charges of drug trafficking, money laundering, weapons charges and murder conspiracy, and now faces life in prison at his sentencing hearing, scheduled for June 25.
Prosecutors said he had pocketed nearly €12 billion ($14 billion) through these activities.
The 61-year-old was accused of operating a drug-smuggling empire over the course of two decades and used violence against the Sinaloa cartel’s enemies.
Russia unveils latest Kalashnikov weapon, a deadly kamikaze drone that flies for just 30 minutes.
WEST MEMPHIS, Ark. — A 21-year-old mother is charged with second-degree battery after police say she was caught on camera slapping her 1-year-old son with such force that he fell to the floor.
Alazai Gardner was arrested Saturday night, hours after the video began circulating on social media. Police say it was recorded earlier that day.
In the video, Gardner can be heard telling the person who's recording it, “I don’t give a damn about you recording," as she slaps her son to the ground and he cries. "You can record that, too. I don’t give a (expletive) about you recording," she said.
The video has sparked outrage online, and the people we showed it to said it disgusted them.
“God she slapped that baby to the floor. My god," said Georgia Love.
Love, who lives in the apartment complex where the video was apparently shot, tells WREG she had heard about it, but hadn’t watched it.
When we played it for her, she struggled to fight back tears.
“When I seen that, it just make a different reaction to it. And I pray for the baby," she said. “She need to be where she’s at. That’s the worst thing you could do a child, an elder or anyone.”
Police are crediting the public with bringing the video to their attention and helping them track Gardner down.
We’re told the video was recorded at the Imperial Homes Apartments on East Jackson Avenue, but it's unclear if that's where Gardner lives.
One woman we spoke to didn’t want to be identified, but said she went to high school with Gardner and has a daughter the same age.
“She need to be in jail. She need that. She need to be punished," she said. “You don’t do no child like that.”
When Shamima Begum was interviewed by the BBC she said she did not know children had been harmed in the attack, but 'women and children are being killed back in Islamic state right now, it’s kind of retaliation'.
Animal rights activists and vegans clashed with riot police in Santiago on Sunday, resulting in several arrests.
Prior to the clashes, the protesters marched through the city with placards denouncing the maltreatment of animals.
Russia has claimed success in tests of its new nuclear-powered cruise missile Burevestnik. It's supposedly capable of flying for days as it probes weaknesses in Western defence systems
In a moment of rare team work, a group of work-release inmates jumped into action to assist law enforcement officers rescue a child trapped inside a locked SUV.
The guest claimed that no media outlet reported the “This is MAGA country claim.”
In fact, several outlets reported that hoax, including ABC.
A search is underway after Florida Highway Patrol troopers say a motorcycle crash sent a driver off an overpass and 100 feet to the ground.
Two motorcycles were traveling east on I-4, west of 50th Street in Tampa around 3:33 p.m., when they collided and struck the south shoulder barrier wall, according to a crash report. In the impact, one of the motorcyclists, a 35-year-old man, was “ejected over the side of the overpass and fell approximately 100 feet,” officials say.
He died from his injuries after being taken to Tampa General Hospital.
The other motorcycle driver fled the scene and left his passenger, a 30-year-old woman, behind, troopers say.
A New York woman has been charged with the Friday murder of a 70-year-old Army Veteran she labelled 'racist' before allegedly stabbing him to death in a Bronx grocery store.
CCTV footage from inside the shop shows a woman who appears to be Madelyn Tamerez, 31, (No picture available at this time) launching herself at victim who was buying coffee around 12.20pm and shoppers pulling her off the man who lived nearby at the New Era Veterans Home.
The suspect – who witnesses said was known to carry a kitchen knife and appeared intoxicated at the time - left the supermarket but then returned 15 minutes later with a weapon and stabbed him in the torso three of four times before fleeing
The Colorado man who survived a mountain lion attack while out for a run in the woods recalled thinking “this would be a crappy way to die” during his fight for survival with the animal. Travis Kauffman, 31, told a local radio station Thursday that he first noticed the beast during his run down a trail on Feb. 4 when he heard pine needles ruffle behind him.
A female passenger sparked outrage when she refused to move her chinese knock-off purse from the seat next to her on a crowded train bound for New Jersey.
The unidentified woman, who some passengers heard her saying she's a Trumpturd supporter, can be seen in the video refusing to move her "designer" bag after other passengers and a conductor ask her to. She was apparently taking up two disabled seats on the train.
The incident happened on a Trenton-bound Northeast Corridor line train Wednesday evening, which was delayed 25 minutes 'due to police activity', according to an alert.
A train conductor then intervenes as other passengers increasingly irate at the woman, who appears busy looking at her cellphone.
She ignores his request to put her purse on an overhead rack to free up seating space.
Libya - a civilian passanger plane that penetrated the countires no-fly zone got intercepted by a Libyan MIG-23 jet and was forced to land at at Tamanhint airport on 10/02/2019.
The video footage was released by a official channel of the Libyan armed forces.
Former Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke, who last month received a 6-year, 9-month prison sentence for the murder of teenager Laquan McDonald, has been assaulted by prison inmates in his cell in Connecticut, his wife said Wednesday.
Van Dyke was transferred earlier this month to a federal prison in Connecticut. Hours after his arrival, he was placed in the general population before being assaulted in his cell. His wife, Tiffany, is planning to hold a news conference, tentatively scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Thursday, to protest the attack on her husband.
“We are all petrified and in fear for Jason’s life,” Tiffany Van Dyke told the Sun-Times. “Jason just wants to serve his sentence. He does not want any trouble. I hope prison officials will take steps to rectify this right away. He never should have been in the general population.”
A determined 13-year-old boy named Lalit Patidar in central India earned the nickname ''wolf boy'' due to having the rare condition hypertrichosis, which caused his whole face to grow thick hair.
Lalit, who hails from Nandleta village of Ratlam district in Madhya Pradesh state, is a younger son of his family with five sisters and attends the local school at an eighth-grade equivalent level.
According to Lalit, students at first called him "wolf" and other nicknames, but slowly they all became friends and now he can be seen playing sports and chatting with friends. Lalit proudly says that he wants to become a police officer.
Lalit's father Bankat Patidar said he was like this from birth and four months later hey consulted doctors but were told at the time that the disease is incurable.
The new home of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman will likely be the "Supermax” Administrative Maximum Facility in Colorado, from which no one has ever escaped.
The former leader of Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel was convicted Tuesday of a slew of drug and weapons charges and faces life imprisonment.
The narcotics kingpin famously escaped from two maximum-security prisons in Mexico, by bribing guards to hide him in a laundry basket and walking down a tunnel that had been dug under his cell.
A 33-year-old school nurse was arrested after she allegedly had sexual encounters with four male students at Crisfield High School & Academy.
Five people were injured when a Delta flight from California to Washington hit extreme turbulence causing it to make an emergency landing in Nevada.
A member of the West Virginia House of Delegates is facing bipartisan criticism for a string of anti-LGBT statements, but the Republican lawmaker doesn't appear to be backing down. Porterfield called his critics "brutal monsters" and called the LGBT community a "terrorist group." He also compared them to the KKK.
Police officers in California fatally shot a 20-year-old man in a Taco Bell drive-thru on Saturday after they said he reached for a gun.
Willie McCoy, a rapper known as "Willie Bo," was shot by officers from the Vallejo Police Department after responding to a 911 call from a Taco Bell employee regarding a man "slumped over in the driver's seat" in the drive-thru, police said in a statement on Tuesday.
The officers said they approached the "unresponsive" McCoy in his locked silver Mercedes and saw a handgun in his lap.
McCoy began to stir, the report said, and the officers said they told him to keep his hands where they could see them.
Police said the six officers fired "multiple rounds" at McCoy after he "quickly reached" for a .40-caliber semiautomatic gun with an extended magazine.
The statement went on: "Fearing for their safety, six officers fired their duty weapons at the driver. All shots were fired in approximately four seconds."
Police called medical support but he died at the scene.
A woman broke into her ex-boyfriend’s home holding him at gunpoint and stole two gold necklaces, deputies said.
Collier County deputies arrested Mayira Okheda-Garsia, 18, and two other men, for breaking into the East Naples home Monday morning.
The victim told deputies he heard the sliding glass door in his bedroom shatter. He watched his ex-girlfriend, Okheda-Garsia, enter the room with at least three other men. They were wearing bandanas over their faces and carrying guns. The men held the victim at gunpoint and took the two necklaces while Okheda-Garsia went into the bathroom.
Hearing a commotion, the victim’s roommate came into the bedroom and confronted the men. But all of them took off in a Toyota Camry before deputies arrived.
Law enforcement found the car and tried to approach it but four passengers got out and ran away. The car took off too, and after a chase deputies eventually got it to stop. They arrested the driver, Kameron Williams, 18.
K-9 and Aviation Units helped find Okheda-Garsia hiding under a trailer.
Deputies found a third suspect, 19-year-old Devante Sparks, when he texted Okheda-Garsia to say he had made it home safely. Deputies went to his house to arrest him.
Both Okheda-Garsia and Sparks are members of street gangs, according to their arrest reports.
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera, the Mexican drug lord who pocketed nearly $14 billion as the decadeslong head of the murderous Sinaloa cartel, was found guilty Tuesday of all 10 federal criminal counts against him.