UN Anti-Death Penalty Initiative Could Hurt U.S. Execution Drug Supply

US | Kerry Picket
San Quentin, UNITED STATES. An undated handout photo of the revamped lethal injection room at San Quentin State Prison supplied by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation October 25, 2012. The state hosts nearly a quarter of the nation's condemned prisoners but has executed none in the last six years. A federal judge halted all California executions in 2006, saying a three-drug lethal injection protocol risked causing inmates too much pain and suffering before death. California revised its protocol, but executions have not resumed. Reuters

‘…an initiative in favor of those countries who want to work to prohibit those products’

European Union Calls For Massive Internet Censorship

Tech | Ian Miles Cheong
A section of an artwork attributed to street artist Banksy, depicting a workman chipping away at one of the 12 stars on the flag of the European Union, is seen on a wall in the ferry port of Dover, Britain May 7, 2017. REUTERS/Hannah McKay

A leaked document calls on EU to increase its Internet censorship, following in China’s footsteps.

EU Anti-Terror Chief Says Islamist Terrorists May Turn To Cyberattacks Within 5 Years

World | Jacob Bojesson
An undated photograph of a man described as Abdelhamid Abaaoud that was published in the Islamic State's online magazine Dabiq and posted on a social media website. REUTERS/Social Media Website via Reuters

‘They should be monitored 24 hours a day’

Hungary Responds To Legal Action From The EU By Sending $476 Million Bill For Border Fence

World | Jacob Bojesson
Hungary's double fence stretches 96 miles along its southern border to Serbia. (Jacob Bojesson/The Daily Caller News Foundation)

‘Protecting all the citizens of Europe’

EU Has To Stop Relying On US Military, EU Commission President Says

World | Jacob Bojesson
U.S. President Donald Trump, right, talks with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, left, prior to a working session at the G-20 summit in Hamburg, Germany, July 8, 2017. REUTERS/Michael Kappeler, Pool

‘It becomes clear’

EU Makes It Illegal For The UK To Promote Vaping Over Smoking

Daily Vaper | Steve Birr
Ufa, Russia, South Vape Shop, 5 April, 2016: E-liquid (e-juice) "High vape" for electronic cigarette (vaping device), on the counter in smoke (vapor) in vape bar in bottles. (Aleksandr Pogudin/Shutterstock)

‘Absurd state of affairs’

Defense Minister Calls For NATO Deployment Against Migrants

World | Jacob Bojesson
Italian instructors in western Afghanistan have been using the relatively quiet winter to bolster Afghan troops against the Taliban. Under the banner of NATO's Resolute Support mission, Italian forces at Camp Arena in Herat province are racing the coming spring to give their Afghan counterparts a fighting chance. (PHOTO: Getty Images/AFP/AREF KARIMI)

‘We cannot allow illegal immigrants to come’

Germany Signals Support For Banning All Fossil Fuel Vehicles By 2040

Business | Chris White
Angela Merkel, German Chancellor and leader of the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party waves following the start of the CDU's election rally for Germany's general election in Dortmund, Germany August 12, 2017. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

‘The right approach’

A Small Fraction Of Migrants In Germany Arrive From 'Unsafe' Countries

World | Jacob Bojesson
A group of asylum seekers walk down the street as they are escorted from their tent encampment to be processed at Canada Border Services in Lacolle, Quebec, Canada August 11, 2017. REUTERS/Christinne Muschi

‘Deportation is a great illusion’

Czech Republic Takes Legal Action Against EU's Attempt To Restrict Gun Rights

World | Jacob Bojesson
Seized handguns are pictured at the police headquarters in New York, New York August 19, 2013. REUTERS/Eric Thayer/File Photo

‘Such a massive punishment’

UK May Punish Companies For Getting Hacked

World | Eric Lieberman
Cybersecurity: Woman holding a smartphone with virus alert on the screen. [Shutterstock - Georgejmclittle - 319423463]

‘Power failures and environmental hazards’

Another Country Could Be On Its Way Out Of The EU

World | Jacob Bojesson
U.S. President Donald Trump is greeted by Polish President Andrzej Duda as he visits Poland during the Three Seas Initiative Summit in Warsaw, Poland July 6, 2017. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

‘Smells like an introduction to an announcement’

Slim Chance Of Meeting Brexit Deal Deadline, Archbishop Says

World | Joshua Gill
LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 15: The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby speaks during the General Synod on February 15, 2016 in London, England. The General Synod considers and approves legislation affecting the whole of the Church of England, formulates new forms of worship, debates matters of national and international importance, and approves the annual budget for the work of the Church at national level. (Photo by Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images)

‘Infinitesimally small’

Hungarian PM: Soros, EU Are Trying To Establish A 'Muslimized' Europe

World | Jacob Bojesson
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban speaks during a news conference following the talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Budapest, Hungary, February 2, 2017. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh

Opposes people ‘who could change the country’s cultural identity’

UK Will Keep Borders Open For Two Years After Brexit

World | Jacob Bojesson
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May addresses the country after Britain's election at Downing Street in London, Britain June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

The ‘softest of soft Brexits’