Reports arose of 150 drownings and news that far more migrant corpses had been found crammed in an abandoned truck than first thought.
“Uncoupling” the United States from China, as tycoon Donald Trump proposes, would mean undoing the largest trade relationship in the world.
Ebola did not take Victoria Yillia’s life. And it could not prevent the birth of her son. And yet it loomed, even on this, her happiest day.
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The incident came as top officials were huddling in Vienna, partly to discuss the biggest wave of refugees pouring into Europe since WWII.
Two U.S. think tanks say it could have the third-largest global arsenal in a decade.
The migrants likely suffocated in the truck in Austria, said Hans Peter Doskozil, chief of police in eastern Burgenland province.
The hacker was a leading member of a unit that broke into the Twitter and YouTube accounts of the U.S. military’s Central Command this year.
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Saudi Arabia has arrested the man thought to be the ringleader behind the 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers.
The Vatican is expected soon to announce findings of its inquiry about reported apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Medjugorje.
President Salva Kiir has finally signed a peace accord with rebels led by his former deputy, following 20 months of civil war.
Tehran has provided the United Nations’ agency with the data to ease worry about its nuclear program’s military components.
The suspect whose attack on passengers aboard an Amsterdam-to-Paris train was foiled had watched an Islamist video urging violence.
The migrants will be seeking to transit the Balkans in coming months en route to Western Europe.
Plus: 2 NATO soldiers killed; Free Syrian Army leader dies; Saudis intercept missile; India, Australia hold naval exercises.
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Cooler heads prevailed on Wall Street on Monday as a panic-stricken start turns into just another 500-point drop in the Dow.
South Korea agreed to halt its cross-border propaganda broadcasts after the North expressed regret over a land mine attack.
France honored three Americans and a Briton with its highest award for their disarming and subduing a suspected militant on a train Friday.
The hacking of the Ashley Madison cheating-spouses website has led to extortion attempts and possibly suicides.
There’s no hint of religious motive or affiliation to a radical organization in the gunman’s statements, according to a French official.
An overwhelmed Macedonia had given up its attempts to stem the flow of mainly Syrian refugees by force.
It was another sign that the group is drawing strength from five months of civil war.
With the Senate minority leader’s backing, President Barack Obama now only has to secure seven more votes from lawmakers to sustain a veto.
The market opened and tumbled in a wave of selling that circled the globe after a plunge in Chinese stocks.
The North had deployed twice as much artillery as usual along its southern border, and most of its submarines had departed from their bases.
The four helped disarm a machine gun-toting suspected Islamist militant on a train last week.
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A young Pittsburgh girl saw the 36-year-old man as a safe haven. But he was a trafficker who assaulted her and pimped her out.
“The streets sometimes were kinder to these kids than what they had at home,” said Lynsie Clott of the Project to End Human Trafficking.
Experts say those who see suspected trafficking should not try to intervene; they should report what they see to authorities.
The actions by three Americans were widely credited Saturday with preventing a terror attack that could have left many passengers dead.
Dialog raises hopes for end to standoff; envoys were expected to meet later on Sunday.
A no-man's land empties near the Macedonian border crossing quickly emptied as migrants take trains and buses north to their next
The Taliban denied it was behind in the attack in Kabul’s Macrorayan neighborhood, though the militants increasingly have been targeting
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Fadhil Ahmad al-Hayali is the second senior leader of the Islamist extremist group killed by the United States since May.
This week’s confrontation is one of most serious since North Korean leader Kim Jong Un rose to power in 2011.
President Prokopis Pavlopoulos on Friday invited Evangelos Meimarakis to try to form a new administration within three days.
One of them was hospitalized with serious wounds in the incident. The suspect, a Moroccan, was detained.
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Macedonia, Britain and France all announced fresh security measures Thursday to cope with Europe’s flood of migrants.
Greece’s prime minister resigned Thursday and called an election next month; his decision aims to combat dissent within his party.
Mexico is now demanding that foreign pedestrians entering at Tijuana show a passport and fill out a form.
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Hackers who hit the Ashley Madison adulters’ website have made good on their vow to publish personal data on the site’s 37 million users.
Eight Turkish soldier were killed battling Kurdish militants by a roadside bomb in a southeastern province Wednesday.