Iranian forces board Marshal Islands-flagged ship in Persian Gulf over legal issues

Iranian forces board Marshal Islands-flagged ship in Persian Gulf over legal issues

Press TV has learned that a Marshal Islands-flagged ship has been seized by Iranian forces in the Persian Gulf due to legal issues.

Iranian forces have reportedly boarded and taken the vessel to a port south of Iran. A US military vessel was also in the area as the ship sent a distres



Ryther murder accused was 'drinking all day'

Ryther murder accused was 'drinking all day'

THE teenager accused of raping and murdering pregnant Logan woman Joan Ryther had been drinking all day with friends before they set out to steal a car, a court has heard.

Hands-on review: LG G4

Hands-on review: LG G4

Introduction, design and displayThe LG G4 proves that there's room for one more among Android flagships phone launching in the first half of this year, and it just may be worth the wait.Its standout feature is a premium design with a durable leather back for its lead model, one that's comfortable to

Farage responds to 'virus of racism' comments

Farage responds to 'virus of racism' comments

Ukip leader Nigel Farage says there is a constant attempt to paint the party as a racist party which is "wholely unjustified." Report by Fudgea. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

Tonys: Watch Performances by This Year's Nominees

Tonys: Watch Performances by This Year's Nominees

On Tuesday, the nominees for the 2015 Tony Awards were announced, with “An American in Paris” and “Fun Home" tying with 12 nominations each. Watch some of this year's best Tony-nominated performances.


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Donald Trump's Tweet On Baltimore Riots Triggers Firestorm

Donald Trump's Tweet On Baltimore Riots Triggers Firestorm

Donald Trump, who never seems to shy away from controversy, shared his thoughts on the Baltimore riots in a twitter post.

Donald Trump, never one to shy away from controversy, shared his thoughts on Monday’s riots in Baltimore. He tweeted, "Our great African American President hasn't

St Andrews tops Victoria's rich list

St Andrews tops Victoria's rich list

ST ANDREWS in Melbourne’s outer northeast has topped Victoria’s list of high-wage earners, booting the blue-riband suburb of Toorak from top spot.

Motorists are happier than ever with their cars

Motorists are happier than ever with their cars

News 28 Apr, 2015 Latest Driver Power results show that drivers are more impressed than ever with their cars

The murderous cars of Mad Max: Fury Road

The murderous cars of Mad Max: Fury Road

News 28 Apr, 2015 Here are some of the crackpot vehicles from the latest Mad Max film, scheduled for release in May 2015

Prince William & Kate Middleton's Royal Delivery

Prince William & Kate Middleton's Royal Delivery

Countdown to royal baby number two is in full swing! While the world awaits, Kate Middleton and Prince William did something special for those camping outside of St. Mary's Hospital this morning in London. The Duke and Duchess sent out 10 cups of hot tea and two boxes of pastries to their fans, brin

Two musicals top Tony Award nominees with 12 each

Two musicals top Tony Award nominees with 12 each

The musicals 'An American in Paris' and 'Fun Home' each received a leading 12 Tony Award nominations on Tuesday, showing two very different sides of this Broadway season.

Saudi Arabia: 93 suspected Islamic State militants arrested

Saudi Arabia: 93 suspected Islamic State militants arrested

Saudi Arabia said Tuesday it has arrested a total of 93 people with ties to the Islamic State group in recent months, foiling their plans to carry out multiple terrorist attacks, including a strike on the U.S. Embassy in the kingdom's capital.

Iran fires warning shots across bow of cargo ship in Strait of Hormuz

Iran fires warning shots across bow of cargo ship in Strait of Hormuz

Iranian patrol vessels have fired warning shots across the bridge of a Marshall Islands-flagged cargo vessel that was traversing the Strait of Hormuz in Iranian territorial waters, a Pentagon official said Tuesday.

Mixed reviews on job attrition plan for public service

Mixed reviews on job attrition plan for public service

The head of the province's largest union says government's plan to cut 1,420 public service positions in the next five years through attrition will have a big impact on union members. Meanwhile, the head of the Newfoundland and Labrador Employers' Council says government could have r

Vatican, U.N. Team Up to Take on Climate Change Skeptics

Vatican, U.N. Team Up to Take on Climate Change Skeptics

The Vatican and the United Nations teamed up to warn the world of the effects of climate change on Tuesday, coming down firmly against skeptics.

Iranian Forces Seize Cargo Ship: U.S. Officials

Iranian Forces Seize Cargo Ship: U.S. Officials

Forces from the Iranian Revolutionary Guard boarded the ship in international waters and may be taking it to an Iranian port, the officials said.

Greece Looking for Bulgarian Girl that Disappeared in Athens

Greece Looking for Bulgarian Girl that Disappeared in Athens

A European alert has been issued to locate Ani Borisova, a 4-year-old girl who went missing in Athens on April 21, Bulgarian and Greek media outlets say.Bulgarian public broadcaster reported that the girl's life might be in danger, according to Greek authorities cited by local news websites.Ani is d

Up to 250 Missing after New Avalanche Hits Nepal

Up to 250 Missing after New Avalanche Hits Nepal

A new avalanche in Rasuwa in Eastern Nepal has left up to 250 people missing, according to media sources.An official is quoted by iTV News as saying the trekking area of Rasuwa in Nepal, north of the capital city Kathmandu, was hit by an avalanche on Tuesday afternoon (evening in Nepal).The new aval

Wealthy hotspots revealed

Wealthy hotspots revealed

Sydney dominates the nation’s highest-earning postcodes, but one city’s wealthiest suburbs show a decline.

In Baltimore, National Guard troops maintain order, week-long curfew starts

In Baltimore, National Guard troops maintain order, week-long curfew starts

U.S. National Guard troops fanned out through Baltimore today, shield-bearing police officers blocked the streets, and firefighters doused still-simmering blazes, as a growing area of the city shuddered from riots.

James Corden Praises Bruce Jenner's Coming Out: 'The Most Incredible Thing I'd Seen' — WATCH VIDEO...

James Corden Praises Bruce Jenner's Coming Out: "The Most Incredible Thing I'd Seen" — WATCH VIDEO...

James Corden praised Bruce Jenner for coming out as transgender on Monday's "Late Late Show." Watch here!

Alice Eve: Bruce Jenner Is 'Playing At Being A Woman'

Alice Eve: Bruce Jenner Is "Playing At Being A Woman"

Alice Eve slammed Bruce Jenner in a now-deleted Instagram post, saying the former Olympian is "playing at being a woman." See what else Eve said about Jenner.

Sam Smith Has Vocal Hemorrhage, Cancels Tour Dates: 'This Kills Me!'

Sam Smith Has Vocal Hemorrhage, Cancels Tour Dates: "This Kills Me!"

Sam Smith is suffering from a vocal hemorrhage, causing him to cancel his upcoming tour dates. Find out more here.

Nepal earthquake UN says 8 million hit PM Koirala puts death toll at 10000

Nepal earthquake UN says 8 million hit PM Koirala puts death toll at 10000

Rescuers and international aid workers on Tuesday struggled to reach relief in remote areas of Nepal which is still battling the aftermath of the earthquake whose death toll has been put at around 10000 by prime minister Sushil Koirala

Finnish military fires on suspected submarine in Baltic

Finnish military fires on suspected submarine in Baltic

Finland said Tuesday its navy had fired warning shots at a possible submarine off the coast of Helsinki in the early hours of the morning.

Houthi rebels advance on Aden as Saudi-led air strikes continue in Yemen

Houthi rebels and their allies have advanced into the heart of Yemen's second city Aden in heavy fighting that has killed at least 20 people, medical and security sources say.

Dialysis: In-Hospital CPR Rates High, Survival Short After Discharge

In-hospital CPR rates are high and survival after discharge is short for hospitalized patients receiving dialysis; findings suggest better end-of-life care planning is needed. Medscape Medical News

Greek, Turkish Cypriot leaders to kick start peace talks

Greek Cypriots unveiled measures on Tuesday to boost trust across the ethnically divided island, and announced that rival leaders would hold their first meeting in months on May 2.

Victoria's Secret names 10 new Angels

Victoria Secret has announced that ten of fashion's most coveted models will be getting their own set of wings and joining the ranks of its famed Angels.

How to get the most out of Gmail

Gmail has a lot of organisational features to help keep your inbox clean and your mail sorted. Even if you have multiple email accounts, you can use these tips to consolidate your accounts into one inbox, sort it into categories and cut down on spam. [see_also] Consolidating your mail Though it̵

Spike in Air Conditioning Spews More Heat-Trapping Gases

Poorer countries drive the increase, which an international treaty aims to restrain -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

Prisoners await execution in Indonesia

Nine prisoners, including two Australians, are expected to be executed by firing squad in Indonesia in just a few hours. CNN's Saima Mohsin reports.

Bottleneck: Struggle to distribute huge influx of aid

Countries around the world have launched massive aid operations to help victims of the Nepal earthquake, but distribution of aid faces challenges as Nepal is still trying to come to terms with the scale of the disaster.

Furious Baltimore Mom Filmed Smacking Sense into Her Rioting Son

Several riots broke out in Baltimore, US, this past Monday following the funeral of Freddie Gray, a 25-year-old man who died of a severe spinal cord injury while in police custody.  Local media says the riots turned the city into what can only be described as a war zone, forcing authorities

Apple's CEO Defends Slumping iPad Sales

Tablets, unlike smartphones, aren't bought by users on an annual basis as tablets tend to last longer, meaning that it might be a couple of years before customers see the need for a new one, which is why it isn't surprising to learn that tablet sales like that of the iPad have seen a decline. In fac

Professor at Texas A&M Galveston fails entire class

GALVESTON, Texas -A professor at Texas A&M Galveston failed an entire class, and he outlined his reasons in a fiery email sent to those students. In the email professor Irwin Horwitz sent to his students, he called them a disgrace to the school.Read more on NewsOK.com

NY Daily News: NBC News chief wants Brian Williams back on the air

This ship's captain doesn't want to throw the anchor overboard, says the New York Daily News in an exclusive story. NBC News chief Andrew Lack is looking for a way to put Brian Williams back behind the "Nightly News" desk, sources tell the Daily News — and Williams has told confidants

Latest on police-custody death: Governor heads to Baltimore

8:25 a.m. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is temporarily moving his office from the state capital, Annapolis, to Baltimore on Tuesday after rioting and fires broke out in the city. Hogan spokeswoman Erin Montgomery says the governor will visit sites around the city Tuesday morning and plans to work out

National Guard called in to keep the peace in Baltimore

BALTIMORE (AP) — National Guardsmen fanned out across the city, police with riot shields blocked streets, and firefighters doused smoldering blazes Tuesday after looting and arson erupted in Baltimore following the funeral of a black man who died in police custody. It was the first time the Natio

New Tidal CEO: Tidal's disastrous launch was 'absolutely fantastic'

If there’s one thing that just about everyone agrees on, it’s that Tidal’s launch event last month was a complete public relations debacle. It goes without saying that trotting a bunch of incredibly wealthy musicians on stage to pitch a music streaming service that’s pricier

Refining helps BP and Total weather oil price storm

OIL PRODUCTION RISES Despite the collapse in upstream earnings, analysts pointed out that both BP and Total had hefty increases in production after years of unimpressive growth, meaning earnings should recover quickly as soon as oil prices rise

Ed Miliband: David Cameron's the real joke

Labour leader Ed Miliband responds to Conservative leader David Cameron's criticism of his meeting with social commentator Russell Brand. Report by Fudgea. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

Thanet Tory candidate owns business helping foreign workers to claim "unbelievably generous" benefit...

Craig Mackinlay - who's up against Nigel Farage in the Kent seat - has a stake in a website called ClaimTaxCredits.com

Keith Harris dead: Tributes to Orville entertainer who lost cancer battle aged 67

The ventriloquist passed away today at Blackpool Victoria Hospital after secretly battling liver cancer

Scots family reveal they were five minutes from being crushed to death in Nepal earthquake

DAVID Knox, his wife Aileen and four-year-old daughter Jess had just left a temple complex when the disaster struck and killed those in the area they had just left behind.

Tortoise On Wheels Makes The Best Of A Bad Situation

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. When rats take your legs... get a pair of wheels? Mrs. T the tortoise had some bad luck recently when rats broke into her hutch and gnawed off her two front legs and one of her hind legs to the elbow joint. Her owner, Jude Ryder of Pembroke, West Wales,

Australians plea for mercy for condemned nationals in Indonesia

Several hundred people held a vigil in Sydney for the two convicted Australians awaiting execution in Indonesia.

In other towns and cities too people appealed for clemency for Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan, both in their early thirties.

There was also a small protest outsi

Small Banks Want a Piece of Data Breach Settlements

Small banks and institutions, angered at being squeezed by larger banks, are banding together to recoup hundreds of millions in losses from recent high-profile data breaches. Photo: Getty


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Baltimore riots: Journalists brutalized amid night of chaos

At least five journalists were brutalized by Baltimore protesters while covering the violent riots that erupted in the city.

Mother Disciplining Rioting Son In Baltimore Caught On Camera

Amidst the chaos during Baltimore riots, one mother was determined to let her son know that she disapproved of his actions.

On Monday, violent protests erupted in the city of Baltimore following Freddie Gray's funeral.
Amidst the chaos, one mother was determined to let her rioting s

UK GDP Growth Slows To 0.3% In First Quarter

The UK's economic recovery slowed sharply in the first quarter of the year with GDP growth of 0.3%, according to a preliminary estimate.

From Trayvon To Garner: Deaths Spark Anger

In the wake of the Baltimore riots, sparked by the death of Freddie Gray, here is a look at recent cases of police brutality and racially-charged deaths.

Baltimore Riots: US Politicians Call For Peace

Hillary Clinton has joined calls for calm on the streets of Baltimore after riots that saw police targeted by rock-throwing mobs as shops were ransacked and cars torched.