Tiger Woods arrest: Police release radio clip and pictures of Mercedes

Police have released dash cam video of Tiger Woods' DUI arrest and the video is very uncomfortable to watch. Although the video doesn't show Woods taking a breath test, police said he registered.000 twice. He had difficulty tying his shoes, stumbled asked to when walk a straight line and recited the alphabet with difficulty. Police cited Woods for DUI and illegal parking.

Morocco Offers Helping Hand in Mediating Qatar Crisis

Meanwhile, Iran has announced that it has sent tonnes of vegetables to Qatar, which has seen food imports threatened after its neighbours cut air, sea and land links with the country. "We will continue deliveries as long as there is demand", Noushabadi added, without saying if these were commercial exports or aid. Iran earlier sent five aircraft carrying food products to Qatar, as well as three ships carrying 350 tonnes of food.

U.S. carries out historic ballistic missile intercept

U.S. carries out historic ballistic missile intercept

The target was an intercontinental-range missile fired from a test range on Kwajalein Atoll in the Pacific, and the US used radars in the Pacific and overhead to track it. "I was confident before the test that we had the capability to defeat any threat that [North Korea or Iran] would throw at us", Navy Vice Admiral James D.

UK prime minister makes Cabinet appointments

UK prime minister makes Cabinet appointments

The DUP's 10 lawmakers would give May a working majority after her own party failed to win enough seats to govern by itself. Sir Michael did not rule out the possibility of co-operating with the Labour Party over the negotiations. The job is effectively second-in-command to the prime minister. The U.K.'s influential Sunday newspapers led with turmoil at the top of the party just days ahead of high-stakes and vitally important Brexit talks with the European Union.

North Korea launches multiple missiles: Seoul

SEOUL , June 9 South Korea has found what appears to be a North Korean drone equipped with a camera on a mountain near its border with the isolated nation, the South's military said on Friday, suggesting the device was on a spying mission.

United Nations condemns Hamas for tunnel under schools in Gaza

Abu Hasna, speaking in Hebrew on Israel Radio, also warned that if "UNRWA is gone" in the Gaza Strip, where food, educational and health services are provided, "two million people will turn into IS (Islamic State) supporters". In 2016, it extended UNRWA's mandate to 2019. It condemned the tunnel as a violation of neutrality. "This is not the first time the Israeli government tries to spread such lies in order to destroy the work of UNRWA in helping Palestinian refugees get their education".