Revolution World News
- News Home
- Other categories
Egypt attack: Why were Sufis targeted?
A bomb and gun attack in the north Sinai has brought new devastation to Egypt, with at least 235 killed in one of the country's most brutal assaults in memory.
EU: UK has 10 days to sort divorce settlement
The President of the European Council has given the UK 10 days to meet EU demands on the Brexit divorce settlement.
Tiger shot dead in Paris while roaming streets a mile from Eiffel Tower
A tiger escaped from a circus and onto the streets of Paris before being shot dead and its owner arrested.
Hopes fade for Argentina's missing submarine crew
Argentina's missing submarine is expected to be found in the coming days, the country's president has said, as hopes fade for the 44 crew on board.
Amazon's Bezos sees wealth top $100bn amid Black Friday boost
For most shoppers, Black Friday is a chance to save some pennies by landing a bargain.
'No confidence' vote could bring down Irish government
Ireland has been gripped by political turmoil with the country's deputy prime minister facing a no confidence vote, which could bring down the entire government.
New Zimbabwe leader Emmerson Mnangagwa praises Robert Mugabe in first address
Zimbabwe's new president has praised Robert Mugabe in his inauguration speech - as he pledged to return the country to prosperity.
Hope of happy ending after inauguration of new Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa
In excitement and expectation they came in their tens of thousands.
Theresa May: Europe must be 'open-eyed' about 'hostile' Russia
Theresa May has warned European leaders to remain "open-eyed" to the threat of "hostile" Russia as she accused Moscow of attempting to destabilise the continent.
Elon Musk wins $50m bet with giant battery for South Australia
Elon Musk has managed to win a $50m bet by building the world's largest ever lithium-ion battery.