Tensions in the West Bank as Palestinians claim torture was a factor in the death of a Palestinian man in Israeli custody. Also, Cuban President Raul Castro announces he will be standing down in five years. Plus, horsemeat found in IKEA’s famous Swedish meatballs.
The death of a Palestinian man in an Israeli jail is raising tensions in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Palestinian officials claim the man was tortured. Israel said it’s still investigating. The funeral for the 30-year-old man was held Monday in a West Bank village.
Reporter Ben Anderson discovered evidence of some shocking behavior including corruption, kidnap, drug use, murder and child abuse.
Results are coming in from Italy’s general election, and there appears to be no clear winner. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with reporter Megan Williams in Rome.
Cuban leader Raul Castro announced that he will step down as President in five years, thereby ending the Castro rule since 1959. Miguel Diaz-Canel is presumed to become the next president.
IKEA announced Monday that horsemeat was found in its Swedish meatballs in the Czech Republic prompting the furniture superstore to pull the meatballs from shelves in Europe.
Bulgarian Church officials picked a new leader over the weekend. It should have been a solemn occasion. But the church is embroiled in scandal, even as the government is on the verge of collapse.
A Northern European country that’s known for technical innovation is actively promoting electric cars by launching a national network of quick chargers across the country, among the first of its kind.
Austrian actor Christoph Waltz picked up his second Academy Award for best supporting actor Sunday night, for Quentin Tarantino’s film “Django Unchained.”
Beatboxers make sounds most of us think we can’t make. Sounds that native English speakers usually have trouble making. Sounds sometimes borrowed from other languages. So say researchers at the University of Southern California.