Tourists injured in train crash near Machu Picchu

Two foreign tourist trains collided on Tuesday near the famed Inca fortress Machu Picchu in southern Peru, injuring 35 people, including Americans, South Koreans, a Chilean and a French, the government said.... Read more »

Editorial: A small community in Michigan crusade against the giant Nestle

Residents of a small community in Michigan want to prevent the Swiss giant Nestle from extracting more water from its rivers, which they say are greatly affected. The company, which began marketing... Read more »

North Korea is building new ballistic missiles: reports

North Korea appears to have begun construction of one or two intercontinental ballistic missiles in a factory that has assembled the first missiles capable of reaching US territory, reports the Washington Post.... Read more »

At least 10 dead in an earthquake in Indonesia

A 6.4-magnitude earthquake struck Lombok Island in southeastern Indonesia Sunday, killing at least 10 people, according to local authorities. “The earthquake killed at least 10 people, injured 40 people and damaged dozens... Read more »

Two tons of cocaine seized by English police

Two Dutch nationals were charged by the British courts on Saturday for importing drugs, after an exceptional seizure of 2 tons of cocaine in a boat sailing in the English Channel. “This... Read more »