No small fry: German govt haggles over climate…

The leaders of Germany's governing parties are meeting Thursday to thrash out the final details of a plan to cut the country's greenhouse gas emissions, a day before protesters plan to descend on Berlin demanding climate action

Trudeau can look to US politicians amid brownface…

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau need only look to the United States for lessons on how to survive the furor over a photo of him in brownface at a costume party nearly two decades ago

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Pictured…

Trudeau is pictured in a yearbook with his face, neck and hands covered in "brownface" makeup at an Arabian Nights-themed gala.

Hurricane rips roofs, cuts power in Bermuda, but…

Hurricane Humberto has blown off rooftops, toppled trees and knocked out power in the British Atlantic island of Bermuda

The Latest: US, Saudis working to prevent future…

Pentagon says US military working with Saudi Arabia to find ways to provide more protection for the northern part of the country in the wake of drone and cruise missile attack on the kingdom's oil industry

No Clear Winner In Israel Election

Neither incumbent Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his Likud Party nor Benny Gantz and his Blue and White Party appear to have won a majority.

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Toppled Tunisian ruler Zine El Abidine Ben Ali…

Tunisia's autocratic ruler Zine El Abidine Ben Ali, toppled in 2011, dies at age 83

In Israel, calls for unity reveal deep divisions…

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his chief rival, Benny Gantz, have each called for the formation of a unity government following Israel's inconclusive national election

Fires Tied To Palm Oil Industry Ravage Indonesia…

Hundreds fires are burning in vast forests of Indonesia and its islands.

Cat burglar: Black panther caught prowling French…

Emergency workers caught an unusual prowler lurking around rooftops in northern France - a black panther

Iran envoy: 'All-out war' to result if hit for…

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is warning that any US or Saudi military strike on Iran will result in 'all-out war'

Hong Kong Protest Leaders Urge U.S. To Put…

The protest leaders urged U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday to pass the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act.

At 98, D-Day vet jumps again, with eyes on the…

Jump by jump, D-Day veteran Tom Rice is getting ever closer to his ambition of still leaping out of planes at age 100

Greece: Oxygen-starved fish dying in drought-hit…

Tens of thousands of dead fish have been found on the banks of a lake in northern Greece after high temperatures and drought conditions caused a severe drop in water levels

U.N. Data Shows Number Of Global Migrants Has…

Migrants now make up 3.5% of the world's population compared to 2.8% in 2000.

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Huawei debuts phone without Google apps as US…

Huawei is launching a new flagship smartphone that will run on the Chinese tech giant's own version of Google's Android operating system because of U.S. export sanctions

UK top court aims to rule next week on Parliament…

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been accused by a former British leader of obstructing Parliament by shutting down the legislature for five weeks, as a landmark legal challenge to the suspension wrapped up at the U.K. Supreme Court

Trump Announces He's Ordered New Sanctions On Iran

President Trump made the announcement on Twitter Wednesday. The president's tweet didn't elaborate on the details of the order.

Verdict Issued in the Only Fukushima Criminal Case

Just one criminal case arose from Japan's Fukushima nuclear disaster, and on Thursday, that case ended with a not-guilty verdict. Three former executives for Tokyo Electric Power (Tepco)—ex-chairman Tsunehisa Katsumata, 79, and former vice presidents Sakae Muto, 69 and Ichiro Takekuro, 73—were indicted for professional negligence resulting in...

AP Exclusive: US helping Venezuela's Guaido track…

U.S. officials are investigating the suspected looting of European and Latin American artwork they believe is being plundered by Venezuelan government insiders as Nicolas Maduro struggles to maintain his grip on power

These Are The Volunteers Rescuing Dorian's…

Dorian leveled communities, killed residents, and stranded animals. Ifaw is on the ground to give the animals the care they need.

Cops Say They've IDed a Serial Killer—but There…

For years, a serial killer terrorized Hwaseong, a city south of Seoul in South Korea, leaving police stymied. Decades later, authorities say they've finally identified the man who murdered at least three of the 10 victims who were killed between 1986 and 1991 in what is called "the worst serial...

From DNA, scientists create skull of Neanderthal cousin

Scientists say they've constructed the skull and other features of a mysterious, extinct cousin of Neanderthals

Israeli PM Netanyahu's Ties To Trump May Not Win…

Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu's campaign leaned in to his connection to President Trump, but it may not have been enough to win him reelection.

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Justin Trudeau's Racism Scandal Just Got Worse

Justin Trudeau's trouble is only getting worse. Canada's Global News is out with video showing the prime minister in blackface—the third example to emerge in the last day of Trudeau darkening his skin as part of a costume. Trudeau apologized Wednesday when the first two old images emerged, but...

Japan court: TEPCO execs not guilty in Fukushima…

A Japanese court found three former Tokyo Electric Power executives were not criminally responsible for the 2011 Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster following a massive earthquake and tsunami

With Tensions High, Hong Kong Unveils Public…

Hong Kong's chief executive announced a series of public dialogue sessions designed to get to the root of public frustrations.