‘Terror’ shooting wounds three on international train in Belgium

A gunman yesterday wounded three people on an international train in Belgium, near the French border. Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel called the shooting a “terrorist attack” and French counterterrorism police are investigating. Two United States Marines on the train … Continue reading

Wikinews interviews Mark Everson, U.S. Republican Party presidential candidate

Former U.S. Commissioner of Internal Revenue Mark Everson took some time to talk with Wikinews about his campaign for the U.S. Republican Party’s 2016 presidential nomination. Everson served as Commissioner of Internal Revenue, the administrative head of the Internal Revenue … Continue reading

Planes carrying parachutists collide, crash in Slovakia

Two planes carrying parachutists collided this morning in western Slovakia, near the Czech Republic. Of around 40 on board, seven are confirmed dead. The crash site near ‘ervený Kame’ is hard to access; rescuers are using helicopters. Investigators believe some … Continue reading

Two pieces of suspected plane debris from Maldives taken to Malaysia for analysis

Two pieces of suspected plane debris found washed ashore islands in the Maldives have been taken back to Malaysia for further analysis, Malaysia announced on Sunday. The pieces were found last Friday. Investigators are trying to determine if they’re connected … Continue reading