South Korea warns citizens they will be punished if they smoke marijuana in Canada

Jubilant customers were spotted standing in long lines for hours in Canada last week after the country legalized recreational marijuana use, but South Korean citizens were warned they will be penalized if they take part.

Teen attempting to break world record for cycling around globe has bike stolen after 18K miles in Australia

A British teenager, who'd already ridden 18,000 miles in his bid to become the youngest person to cycle the globe, had his dream dashed down under when a thief stole his bike in Australia.

Student carried out deadly attack at Crimea college before killing himself, official says

The deadly attack that rocked a Crimea vocational college Wednesday morning was carried out by a fourth-year student, who killed at least 17 of his schoolmates and wounded more than 40 others before killing himself, a top Russian official said.

Ecuador tells Julian Assange to clean bathroom, look after cat, curb speech if he wants Internet, report says

Ecuador reportedly ordered Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to steer clear of contentious political issues, clean his bathroom and watch his cat if he wanted his Internet back, a report stated.

Jamal Khashoggi mystery deepens in Turkey, as conflicting reports of possible Saudi involvement emerge

Turkish media published images and video Wednesday purportedly showing a 15-member Saudi “assassination squad" sent to target Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the time of his disappearance.

Britain’s Supreme Court rules bakery didn’t discriminate in ‘gay cake’ case

Britain’s Supreme Court reversed a lower court ruling Wednesday and ruled that a bakery owned by a Christian family didn’t discriminate against a gay customer when it refused to make a cake in 2014 of “Sesame Street” characters Bert and Ernie and the phrase “Support Gay Marriage.”