A woman named Ivy Eldridge and her lawyer filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles Superior Court against the parks on Tuesday, claiming that when she stayed in the Disneyland Hotel in April, she was bitten multiple times by bedbugs.
Disneyland Hotel sued by woman who alleges she was 'butchered' by bedbugs
Saudi Arabia’s public prosecutor is seeking the death penalty for five out of 11 suspects charged in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, in a case that has strained the kingdom’s ties with key Western allies, his office said on Thursday.
Saudi public prosecutor seeks death penalty in Khashoggi murder case
British Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab resigned on Thursday thrusting Prime Minister Theresa May’s government into turmoil just two days after she clinched an EU divorce deal that was mauled by opponents, allies and mutinous members of her party.
Brexit Secretary Raab resigns thrusting May's government into turmoil
A US Congress-mandated panel of bipartisan experts has warned that the United States runs the risk of losing a military confrontation with China or Russia.
US at risk of losing war with Russia or China: Experts
China has delivered a written response to US demands for wide-ranging trade reforms, three US government sources said on Wednesday, a move that could trigger negotiations to bring an end to a withering trade war between the world’s top economies.
Exclusive: China sends written response to US trade reform demands
The recent flare-up of violence in the besieged Gaza Strip was likely Israel’s contribution to a plot hatched by Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to divert the world’s attention away from the Saudi assassination of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a report says.
Gaza flare-up part of bin Salman’s scenario to distract world from Khashoggi case: Report
President Donald Trump lashed out at France — the whole country, as well as its president, Emmanuel Macron — Tuesday, two days after returning from a trip to Paris to commemorate the end of World War I.
Trump rips Macron for denouncing nationalism
Sri Lanka's Parliament on Wednesday voted out the bitterly disputed government of former ruler Mahinda Rajapakse, removing one controversial figure but leaving the country in a power vacuum.
Sri Lanka Parliament sacks PM, leaving power vacuum
The military's presence at vast Rohingya camps in Bangladesh has been bolstered, stoking fears among refugees as authorities prepare to return them to Myanmar despite strong UN objections, leaders of the Muslim minority said Wednesday.
Tensions high as Rohingya fear looming return to Myanmar
Italian borrowing costs have risen after the government resubmitted draft budget proposals without the significant changes sought by the European Commission.
Italy faces higher borrowing costs, sanctions on budget

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