Undercover author finds Amazon warehouse workers in UK 'peed in bottles' over fears of being punished for taking a break
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos may be the world's richest person, with a net worth of about $112 billion (£78 billion), but at least some of those working on his warehouse floors are apparently so desperate to keep their jobs that they don't even take time to use a restroom.
Japan Scandals Drag Abe's Support Down Toward Danger Zone
Shinzo Abe’s approval rating fell again amid allegations of cronyism and government cover-ups, placing new pressure on the Japanese prime minister to stage yet another comeback or risk losing his grip over the ruling party.
Emmanuel Macron said he was the brains behind Trump's airstrike on Syria — and convinced him to commit for the long term
French President Emmanuel Macron said that he was the mastermind behind Donald Trump's airstrike on Syria, and has persuaded him to station troops in the country for the long term.
Canada's Trudeau Defends Controversial Pipeline Project
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended Sunday his government's backing of a controversial pipeline project, the Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd oil pipeline, claiming the world could not afford to choose between the environment and the economy.
RPT-Canada's Trudeau faces election risk after firm's pipeline surprise
Canada’s government got just 24 hours notice that it would be thrust into a political and economic crisis by an ultimatum from a pipeline operator, government sources said, leaving Prime Minister Justin Trudeau scrambling for options in a dispute that could damage his re-election chances.
Theresa May prepares for 'emergency' debate on Syria as Labour suggests strikes were illegal
Theresa May has put her MPs on alert for a crunch debate on the UK's involvement in Syrian air strikes after the Labour party questioned the legality of the strikes against President Assad's regime.
Pro-Western Leader Wins Race for Presidency in Montenegro
Milo Djukanovic, who defied Russia to take his Balkan state into NATO, won Sunday’s presidential election on a pledge to stay on course for European Union membership.
Even From Prison, Lula Leads in Polls
Despite being in prison, Lula keeps leading in Brazil’s presidential polls with 31 percent.
Trump to Ask Court for First Look at Documents Seized From Cohen
A federal judge will consider Donald Trump’s extraordinary request that she block his own Justice Department from viewing evidence about his private lawyer seized last week in an FBI raid.
#JusticeforAsifa: Thousands Protest Demanding Justice for Raped, Killed Muslim Girl in India
The news of the rape of Asifa Bano has sparked nationwide protests, as thousands of people took to streets to denounce the heinous act.
Starbucks apologises amid backlash over arrest of black men
Coffee chain Starbucks has apologised after two black men were arrested while waiting for a friend at one of their shops in the US city of Philadelphia.
Facebook expels alt-right figurehead
Richard Spencer's page on the social network was removed on Friday along with two other pages he controlled: that of his National Policy Institute think tank, and one promoting his AltRight.com news analysis website.
Colorado Teachers Next to Strike
Colorado teachers will strike tomorrow against unfair wages and to protect their retirement benefits, reforms being debated in a state House committee today.