People in the news

Today's news from around the world.

World   Europe   U.S.   Africa   Middle-East   Americas   Asia-Pacific   

powered by CNN



Kim Jong Nam died within 20 minutes



Official: Suspect thought she used baby oil on Kim Jong Nam
A suspect in the death of Kim Jong Nam, the estranged half brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, thought she was rubbing baby oil on his face, according to an Indonesian official



What is VX nerve agent?
VX, the nerve agent said by Malaysian police to have killled Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korea's leader Kim Jong Un, is a highly toxic substance that can lead to death within minutes



Being gay in Latin America: Legal but deadly
On a February night in 2008, Luis Alberto Rojas Marin says, his life changed forever



Anti-Duterte protests in Manila
Thousands of Filipinos took to the streets Saturday to mark the anniversary of the 1986 uprising against Philippine dictator Ferdinand Marcos amid concerns of an authoritarian relapse under current President Rodrigo Duterte



Trump's nuclear remarks baffle experts
President Donald Trump would like the US to be "at the top of the pack" when it comes to having nuclear weapons



Yes we can ... elect Obama president of France?
Could France elect Barack Obama president? Not really -- but that's not stopping the organizers of Obama17, a guerrilla campaign trying to entice the former U.S. president to head to Paris



Amazingly, North Korea is making itself even less popular
Malaysia has announced that Kim Jong Nam was killed by VX -- a powerful nerve agent, a small drop of which can kill in minutes



How Trump's privilege makes him blind to bigotry
By now we should all be accustomed to the way that Donald Trump twists almost everything to make it about him -- personally -- and not about whatever issue is at hand. This is especially true when he takes questions from reporters, who may be the only people in his life who consistently challenge him, and even more particularly when the issue is bigotry



Vera Rubin, dark matter pioneer, dies
Vera Rubin, a pioneering astrophysicist who proved the existence of dark matter, had a gift for overcoming daunting challenges



Home  |  Create your profile page  |  People in the news  |  Ranking  |  Voice Search  |  Countries  |  Directory  |  Company Directory  |  About WebMii  |  Contact

English  Français  Español