John Lukacs, the Hungarian-born historian and iconoclast who brooded over the future of Western civilization, wrote a best-selling tribute to Winston Churchill, and produced a substantial and often despairing body of writings on the politics and culture of Europe and the United States, has died.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) protested on Friday over a Hungarian university’s initial refusal to allow Taiwanese students to take part in a campus activity under the name Taiwan or Republic of China (ROC), the nation’s official name.
Two people died and another four were wounded, three critically, after a shooting at the University of North Carolina’s Charlotte campus on Tuesday.
Up to 21 students have killed themselves in the last week in India after an IT glitch led to them failing their exams.
The actor reflects on the questions about box office success movie Us, directed by Jordan Peele.
Donald Trump has announced that the US will withdraw its support for a United Nations treaty regulating the multibillion-dollar global arms trade.
As of Thursday morning, the US’s Central Intelligence Agency has launched its very own Instagram account, verification badge and all.
Scientists on Tuesday unveiled a battery-free pacemaker that generates its energy from the heartbeats of pigs in what could pave the way for an “implant for life” in humans suffering from heart defects.
Workers renovating Notre-Dame flouted a ban on smoking at the monument, a contractor admitted on Wednesday (Apr 24), while denying any link with last week’s devastating blaze that ripped through the cathedral.
The Hungarian government will offer 9 million forints (EUR 28,100) in emergency aid to people gravely injured and children orphaned in Sunday’s bomb attacks in Sri Lanka, the state secretary in charge of helping persecuted Christians said on Monday.