Newsweek's Top Editor And Staffers Suddenly This photo illustration shows a man reading a copy of the new print edition of Newsweek magazine in Washington on March 10, 2014. Newsweek, online only since the end of 2012, returned to print on March 7 in the United States and Europe. Parent company IBT Media is taking a gamble in re-launching the once-iconic news weekly, which has nearly disappeared in the face of serious financial difficulties. In crafting its print resurrection, the New York-based online media group, led by French businessman Etienne Uzac, has adopted a strategy that goes against current practices. The new magazine will seek to position itself as a high-end product, in particular with higher quality paper and printing than its competitors. AFP PHOTO/Nicholas KAMM (Photo credit should read NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images)

Newsweek's Top Editor And Staffers Suddenly Fired

Newsweek Media Group on Monday fired multiple staffers from the publications it oversees. Those fired include Newsweek Editor-in-Chief Bob Roe, executive editor Ken Li and reporter Celeste Katz, multi...
06/02/2018 9:26 AM IST
It Even Snowed In The Sahara Mandatory Credit: Photo by Geoff Robinson Photography/REX/Shutterstock (9309883g)Snow in the Sahara Desert near the town of Ain Sefra, AlgeriaSnow in the Sahara Desert - 07 Jan 2018*Full story: much of the northern hemisphere sees record cold temperatures, the SAHARA Desert has been hit by SNOW for the second time in four decades. Photographers have taken incredible pictures of 40cm deep snow covering the sand in the small Saharan desert town of Ain Sefra after a freak winter storm yesterday (Sun). The town in the world's HOTTEST desert had not seen snow for 37 years when it arrived this time last year and locals were stunned when it began falling on the red sand dunes yesterday morning. Snow started falling in the early hours of Sunday morning and it quickly began settling on the sand. Photographer Karim Bouchetata said: "We were really surprised when we woke up to see snow again. It stayed all day on Sunday and began melting at around 5pm."

It Even Snowed In The Sahara Desert

Nope, that's not just really white sand. Residents of Ain Sefra, an Algerian town on the northwest edge of the Sahara desert, witnessed a stunning sight on Sunday: snow blanketing the sandy hills of o...
10/01/2018 9:17 AM IST
Half The People Killed In The Texas Shooting Were Police block a road in Sutherland Springs, Texas, on November 5, 2017, after a mass shooting at the the First Baptist Church (rear).A gunman went into the church during Sunday morning services and shot dead some two dozen worshippers, the sheriff said, in the latest mass shooting to shock the US. 'Approximately 25 people' were dead, including the shooter, Wilson County Sheriff Joe Tackitt told NBC News. At least 10 people were wounded. The motive was not immediately known, he added. / AFP PHOTO / SUZANNE CORDEIRO (Photo credit should read SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP/Getty Images)

Half The People Killed In The Texas Shooting Were Children

SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas ― Around half the people killed in Sunday's mass shooting were minors, including at least one child under age two. Of the 26 people who lost their lives at the First Baptist...
07/11/2017 8:11 AM IST
'Unite The Right' Organizer Flees His Press Conference In CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - AUGUST 13: Counter protesters confront Jason Kessler, an organizer of 'Unite the Right' rally, after Kessler tried to speak outside the Charlottesville City Hall on August 13, 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia. The city of Charlottesville remains on edge following violence at a 'Unite the Right' rally held by white nationalists, neo-Nazis and members of the 'alt-right' (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

'Unite The Right' Organizer Flees His Press Conference In Charlottesville

A press conference in Charlottesville, Virginia, led by "Unite The Right" organizer Jason Kessler was cut short just minutes after he took the mic Sunday afternoon. Social media videos and images show...
14/08/2017 8:23 AM IST