Girl found living with monkeys in Indian forest

Girl found living with monkeys in Indian forest

She couldn't even walk on her two legs initially and still eats food like animals. She was found nearby the Katarniya Ghat forest range in northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, reportedly naked, crawling on all fours and screeching at passersby in distress.

Pence in Japan as Country Presses Forward for TPP Deal Without US

Pence in Japan as Country Presses Forward for TPP Deal Without US

Addressing some 25-hundred sailors on board the carrier at the U.S. Yokosuka naval base in Tokyo bay, Pence noted the Trump administration will work with allies like Japan and China, . Pence acknowledged that if North Korea doesn't abandon its programs on its own, and the United States is unwilling to negotiate with the regime, military action against the regime may be necessary.

Palestinian Prisoners Stage Massive Hunger Strike In Israel

The United Nations on Tuesday said it was following closely a hunger strike by more than 1,000 Palestinians in Israeli prisons and urged restraint following clashes with the strikers' supporters in the West Bank. Unprecedented in scale, the protest action involves a reported number of 1,500 prisoners. Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said the strike is politically motivated and prisoners are treated well.

Two shot dead in Venezuela protests

The teenage victim has been named by the Guardian as Carlos Moreno, who was reportedly not taking part in the demonstration but was shot when government supporters approached an opposition gathering and opened fire. "We need to face a critical situation, we are in a country that is collapsing", farmer Omar Leal told Al Jazeera. Mr Maduro's opponents are pushing for his removal through early elections and the release of scores of political prisoners.

May and Corbyn hit campaign trail as MPs back election

U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May has called a snap election for June 8. In his first keynote speech of the campaign, Mr Corbyn will insist Labour can "change the direction of this election" by "putting the interests of the majority first".

Russia, Iran, Syria discuss redeployment of U.S. weapons to Jordan's border

The agreement was suspended after the U.S. launched its first attack on Syria during the country's six-year conflict last week. While that hope appears a distant memory now, with USA and Russian officials seemingly agreeing that ties are worse than ever, it apparently never got better in the first place.