Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi said the case brought against her country at the World Court was “incomplete and misleading” as she began her defense to accusations of genocide against the Rohingya Muslim minority on Wednesday.

A major polling forecaster slashed its prediction for Boris Johnson’s majority in Thursday’s British general election, saying the race has tightened and the prime minister can no longer be sure of victory.

Police in the New York metropolitan area were put on high alert to protect Jewish neighborhoods after an hours-long gunbattle with two men around a Jersey City kosher market that killed six people, authorities said.

Non-border immigration arrests in the United States fell by 10 percent in the year to September from a year earlier, the latest U.S. data shows, a drop the head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said was partly due to the diversion of the agency’s resources to the border.

Saudi Aramco shares surged the maximum permitted 10% above their IPO price on their Riyadh stock market debut on Wednesday, closing in on the $2 trillion valuation long sought by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

The U.S. Federal Reserve holds its last policy meeting of 2019 on Wednesday, having completed a year-long U-turn that saw it abandon a tightening cycle and lower borrowing costs three times in response to the global trade war.

Singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran has been named the “UK’s Official Number 1 Artist of the Decade” after a record-breaking run of hits, the Official Charts Company said on Wednesday.

Kristen Stewart portrays fellow actress Jean Seberg in a new political thriller depicting how the FBI targeted the French New Wave star in the late 1960s because of her romantic and political links to an African American civil rights activist.

The Presidents Cup has showcased high-quality pairings throughout its 25-year history but none have endured quite like the dynamic duo of Tiger Woods and Fred Couples.

Major League Baseball (MLB) announced plans on Tuesday to hold regular season games in Mexico City for the first time in 2020, with the Arizona Diamondbacks and San Diego Padres expected to play a two-game series there on April 18-19.

The trade war is creating something Bill Gagnon once thought was impossible–a 100% American hand dryer. Gagnon’s company, Excel Dryer, assembles its machines in a small Massachusetts factory and has tried for years to find a domestic supplier for motors and the electronic controllers that operate this key component.

Sky’s the limit optimism about self-driving cars is giving way to tougher questions about how expensive automotive artificial intelligence will ever make a profit.

A court in Nigeria is set to hear a case involving 47 men who pleaded not guilty to charges of public displays of affection by same-sex couples, an offense punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

Egypt is hoping that the world’s largest solar power plant, recently completed in the southern desert, can help boost lagging foreign investment and anchor the country’s renewable energy goals.

Alexandre de Juniac, IATA’s Director General and CEO, will deliver a report on the state of the industry, while Brian Pearce, IATA’s Chief Economist, will present the updated 2019 economic and traffic outlook and a first look at 2019. Details to follow.

A painting by the Austrian artist Gustav Klimt that was stolen in 1997 might have been discovered, hidden in a wall of the Italian gallery where it was taken from, officials said on Wednesday.

Time’s annual distinction recognizes the person, group, thing or idea that it has determined had the greatest influence on events for the year.

Hungary’s “Budapest Bike Maffia” members distribute thousands of meals by bike to those in need

Members of the charity organization the Budapest Bike Maffia distribute thousands of meals to the homeless by bike in the Hungarian capital, even as the winter cold bites.

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres speaks to Reuters in an interview after returning to U.N. climate summit in Madrid to rally world leaders to make faster progress in the final days of the two-week gathering.

Croatia’s Foreign and European Affairs Minister Gordan Grlić Radman visits Turkey and holds a news conference with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu (1015 GMT).

Chile, president of the U.N. climate talks in Madrid, unveils “Ambition Alliance” of smaller countries committed to net zero carbon emissions by 2050.

U.N. Chief Antonio Guterres addresses astronaut Luca Parmitano at a high level segment at the 2019 UN Climate Change conference (COP25) in Madrid. COP25 President Carolina Schmidt will also headline the event.

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz testifies to the Senate Judiciary Committee on his report regarding the actions of the FBI during its investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Spain’s King Felipe VI meets acting Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and is expected to decide whether to designate him as candidate to face a confirmation vote in parliament following Spain’s second inconclusive election this year.

The U.N. Security Council will meet on Wednesday, at the request of the United States, over missile launches by North Korea and the possibility of an “escalatory” provocation after Pyongyang conducted what it said was a key test at satellite launch site.

House Judiciary Committee members open debate on impeachment charges against President Donald Trump during a prime time Wednesday evening hearing at 7:00 pm. Debate will be followed by vote that is expected to send so-called articles of impeachment for vote by full House.

Libya’s Parliament speaker Aguila Saleh visits Athens. Greece said on Friday it was expelling the Libyan ambassador, angered by an accord between Libya and Turkey signed on Nov. 27 that maps out a sea boundary between the two countries close to the Greek island of Crete.

British polling firm Ipsos-MORI expected to publish its final opinion poll for UK election in the Evening Standard.

BBC election night program begins as UK general election polling stations close around the country at 2200GMT

At the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is UNRWA, a United Nations agency, employing tens of thousands of people looking after five million Palestinian refugees.

A group of far-flung volunteers called Old Weather is painstakingly extracting data from the handwritten logbooks of 19th-century ships to help us understand how the Earth’s climate is changing.

World leaders meet in Madrid for the 2019 UN climate change conference (COP25). The event, which was due to be held in Santiago, Chile in December, was relocated due to civil unrest in the country.

A bail hearing is scheduled in the trial of film producer Harvey Weinstein, who is accused of sexually assaulting two women.

The Philippine government holds a news conference to give updates on key events and statistics relating to President Rodrigo Duterte’s signature anti-narcotics program.

Russia’s suspended athletics federation holds year-end conference after World Athletics, the global body governing the sport, halted its reinstatement process over a doping scandal.

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NBA Hall of Famer Steve Nash and former USMNT midfielder Stuart Holden, who are both part owners of La Liga’s RCD Mallorca, speak to Reuters about the league’s efforts to make inroads in North American market.

The final event of the World Surfing League’s World Championship Tour (WCT) takes place at Pipeline, on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii.

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