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S. Korea: Bones found near ferry wreckage were from animals

49 min 43 sec ago

Investigators from the National Forensic Service concluded that they were from unidentified animals, not humans.

        

Thieves nab 221-pound gold coin from German museum

50 min 41 sec ago

Berlin police say thieves broke into the German capital's Bode Museum and made off with a massive 221-pound gold coin, called 'Big Maple Leaf,' worth millions.

        

Cyclone Debbie hits Australia

1 hour 1 min ago

        

Wife and mother of London attacker speak of shock

2 hours 57 min ago

Rohey Hydara, the widow of Khalid Masood and Janet Ajao, his mother, condemned his actions.

        

Anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Kathrada dies at 87

2 hours 59 min ago

Kathrada passed away peacefully in a hospital in Johannesburg.

        

Red Bull heir jet-sets despite hit-and-run

3 hours 28 min ago

An heir to the Red Bull energy-drink empire is accused of killing a Thai police officer in a hit-and-run nearly five years ago, yet he still has not appeared to face charges. (March 28)

        

Mattis: No one more sensitive to civilian deaths

4 hours 26 min ago

During a meeting with his Qatari counterpart, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said no military in the world is more sensitive to civilian casualties. He made the comment following a US-led airstrike in Mosul that may have killed at least 100. (March 27)

        

Angelina Jolie calls world issues 'deeply troubling' in UN speech

4 hours 44 min ago

Angelina Jolie calls issues confronting the world including war, nationalism, refugee crisis 'deeply troubling' during UN speech.

        

Trump calls for investigation of the Clintons' Russian ties

4 hours 52 min ago

In his latest tweet storm, the president said it isn't his ties to Russia the House should be investigating.

        

Clashes in Paris over police killing of Chinese man

5 hours 9 min ago

Protesters say the man was killed while he was cutting up fish but police say the officer fired in self-defense.

        

Malaysia says Kim Jong Nam’s body still in the country

5 hours 53 min ago

Malaysian authorities say Kim Jong Nam was killed Feb. 13 after two women smeared his face with the banned VX nerve agent.

        

Uganda's open-door policy sags amid crush of refugees from South Sudan

Mon, 03/27/2017 - 20:08

Uganda is celebrated for welcoming refugees but is swamped by an influx from South Sudan.

        

Facebook, Google, Twitter pressured to do more to fight terrorism on platforms

Mon, 03/27/2017 - 19:51

After London attacks, U.K. Home Secretary Amber Rudd says tech companies must do more.

        

Death toll continues to rise in flood-hit Peru

Mon, 03/27/2017 - 19:48

Hundreds of families were stranded in Peru after a bridge collapsed due to the rising Chancay river, as torrential downpours in the country have killed at least 90 people and left more than 120,000 without a home. Video provided by AFP

        

U.S. reviews bomb videos as part of probe into civilian deaths in Mosul

Mon, 03/27/2017 - 17:03

U.S.-led coalition says reports of airstrtikes on civilians are up sharply this year.

        

Soccer club draws ire over signing of convicted murderer

Mon, 03/27/2017 - 15:44

Bruno Fernandes de Souza is free pending appeal after being found guilty of killing girlfriend

        

A rare close up of the Southern Lights

Mon, 03/27/2017 - 15:24

A unique flight gave passengers a bird's eye view of the Aurora Australis (or Southern Lights) over the Antarctic Circle.

        

‘Carlos the Jackal’ could get life sentence -- again

Mon, 03/27/2017 - 14:25

The man known as “Carlos the Jackal” was once the world’s most-wanted fugitive.

        

Category 4 Cyclone Debbie slams into Queensland, Australia

Mon, 03/27/2017 - 13:42

A powerful cyclone slammed into the northeastern coast of Australia in the state of Queensland early Tuesday local time with winds estimated at up to 140 mph.

        

Raw: Students feared dead in Japan avalanche

Mon, 03/27/2017 - 11:48

Eight Japanese high school students are feared dead after being caught in an avalanche on Monday during an outing at a ski resort, authorities and media said. Officials found eight people with no vital signs. Local media says they're students. (March 27)

        

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