Professor Tim Hunt resigned today after making sexist comments about women working in the sciences. But some say his remarks are indicative of a bigger problem in the UK, most recently manifesting as boorish 'lad culture.'
No new trade deals or policy changes came out of Putin's visit with the Italian premier. But Russia sees his state visit as another step towards outlasting European resolve on sanctions against Moscow.
Hundreds of refugees, mostly from Syria, are stranded in makeshift camps without electricity, toilets, or even running water. The recent surge of people has overwhelmed Greeks, whose economy is already in crisis.
According to US prosecutors, businessman Alejandro Burzaco, one of three Argentines wanted in the FIFA investigation, paid bribes to win and keep media contracts. He voluntarily surrendered in Burzaco, Italy.
The fire at a fuel depot outside Kiev burned overnight and by morning had spread to at least 16 tanks. There was no longer any threat of the blaze spreading and emergency services were putting out remaining fires in the depot, a top security official said.
Greece is effectively postponing a payment of $1.8 billion to the IMF, as it continues debt talks with its creditors. Even if a deal is struck, Greeks must contend with the scars left by five years of recession.