Investigation team to announce progress in MH17 probe

International investigators building criminal case against those responsible in the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 set to announce progress in the probe, nearly 5 years after the plane was blown out of the sky above conflict-torn eastern Ukraine

Iraqi official: Rocket hits oil site, wounds 3…

Iraqi official: Rocket hits oil-drilling site in Basra province, striking camp housing Exxon Mobil; 3 Iraqi workers hurt

Former UEFA President Taken In For Questioning…

The former head of the Union of European Football Associations, Michel Platini, had not been charged with a crime as of Tuesday.

Xi supports North Korea's direction on issues…

Chinese President Xi Jinping is praising North Korea for moving in the "right direction" ahead of his visit to Pyongyang beginning Thursday

Hong Kong lawmakers raise complaints over police…

Hong Kong lawmakers grill security secretary over allegations of police brutality during protests over an extradition bill that eventually was suspended

Ethiopia's Internet Is Back On After A Week

Ethiopia's internet provider told CNN the internet has been restored and will credit customers for services that were affected during the outage.

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UN: Nearly 71 million now displaced by war…

The UN refugee agency says a record 71 million people have now been displaced worldwide from war, persecution and other violence

Database says 91,600 killed in Yemen fighting since 2015

A database tracking violence says at least 91,600 people have been killed in fighting in Yemen since the start of the civil war in 2015

World Population Projected To Reach Nearly 11…

There are currently around 7.7 billion people in the world.

Russia, China block UN from saying NKorea violated sanctions

U.N. diplomats say Russia and China have blocked the U.N. Security Council committee monitoring sanctions against North Korea from declaring that Pyongyang breached the annual limit for importing refined petroleum products

Quake shakes NW Japan, causes 21 injuries and…

A powerful earthquake jolted northwestern Japan, causing minor injuries to 21 people and a brief evacuation of coastal homes until the risk of a tsunami passed

Central Command Releases 11 New Images Of Oil…

The U.S. has released new video showing recent ship bombings near Iran. European allies were asking for better proof of Iran's culpability.

Soccer great now mired in corruption scandals

Michel Platini was a winner for club and country on the soccer field, and became one of the sport's most high-profile administrators off it

US, Iran voice resolve in brinkmanship, say war…

The US and Iran say they're not seeking war with each other yet each is expressing resolve in their Persian Gulf brinkmanship

Chinese President Xi Jinping To Make First State…

​Multiple Chinese state media outlets are reporting Xi will meet with Kim on Thursday and Friday.

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Boris Johnson builds lead in race to be UK prime…

Boris Johnson has increased his lead in the race to become Britain's next prime minister as one of his rivals was eliminated in a party vote, leaving a five-strong field

China Forcefully Harvests Organs From Detainees…

China is harvesting organs from detainees in prison camps to feed a $1 billion transplant business, an international tribunal has found. More than 1.5 million people are being held in the camps, and some of them are being killed for their organs, NBC reports. In London, the independent China...

Hong Kong’s Protesters Say They Are Losing Trust…

The backlash over Hong Kong's now-suspended extradition bill has inflamed deeper tensions between the city's government and its people.

Facebook's currency Libra faces financial…

Facebook's plan to create a digital currency used across the world is already raising concern with financial regulators and privacy experts

Canada reapproves contentious Pacific coast…

Canada's federal government has reapproved the contentious Trans Mountain pipeline expansion that would nearly triple the flow of oil from the Alberta oil sands to the Pacific Coast

Nearly 50M People Affected By Massive Power…

The failure of two Argentine hydroelectric plants led to a system-wide meltdown that affected Uruguay and Paraguay.

Egypt's ousted President Morsi buried after…

Egypt's ousted President Morsi, quietly buried under heavy security in Cairo cemetery after dramatic courtroom death

German govt calls official's killing 'attack on…

Germany's top security official says the killing of a pro-migrant politician, allegedly at the hands of a violent neo-Nazi, illustrates the threat posed by far-right extremism

A Look Back At The Details Of The Iran Nuclear…

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action limits what type of nuclear facilities and products Iran was allowed to have, but it's starting to fall apart.

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After Visibly Shaking, Merkel Explains

Angela Merkel was seen shaking uncontrollably Tuesday during a welcoming ceremony for Ukraine's president—but she blames dehydration and says all is fine now. "I've drunk at least three glasses of water, which I apparently needed, and now I'm doing very well," the German chancellor said at a news conference...

EU ministers urge action over Turkey's drilling off Cyprus

European Union foreign ministers are urging the 28 member-bloc to immediately draw up a list of "appropriate measures" targeting Turkey over Ankara's efforts to drill for gas in waters where Cyprus has exclusive economic rights

Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi Dies…

The former leader collapsed and died after a court appearance Monday, according to state media.