Israel targets Islamic Jihad leader, sending…

Israeli strike in Gaza kills Islamic Jihad commander; Syria says Israeli strike in Damascus targets another commander

Bosnian border police sound alarm over migration…

The chief of Bosnia's border police warms that his guards cannot contain the migratory pressure along the country's eastern border with Serbia

Gaza Launches Rockets After Israel Kills Islamic…

Israel's Foreign Ministry described Baha Abu Al-Ata as "a ticking bomb" who'd prepared to launch terror attacks against Israeli citizens.

Polish parliament meets for 1st time since…

Poland's president laid out his vision of a tolerant Poland rooted in its Christian traditions and appealed Tuesday for an end to political conflict as he inaugurated a new four-year term in the country's parliament

German intelligence agencies open new spy school…

Germany's intelligence agencies are inaugurating a joint spy school in the heart of Berlin, a city that was dubbed the 'capital of spies' during the Cold War and remains a hotspot of espionage today

'Non-Lethal' Crackdown On Protests Turns Deadly…

Photos and video evidence show an unexpected source of protester casualties: tear gas canisters fired directly into crowds.

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Evo Morales reaches Mexico as Bolivia seeks new…

The man who transformed Bolivia as its first indigenous president has flown to exile in Mexico after weeks of violent protests

Clinton: UK voters must see Russian influence…

Hillary Clinton says she's "dumbfounded" the U.K. government has failed to release a report on Russian influence in British politics as the country holds a Dec. 12 national election

Chilean Government To Write New Constitution…

Chilean President Sebastián Piñera told a local news outlet the government has been working on a new draft of the constitution.

Greek government drops plan to criminalize blasphemy

Greek officials have scrapped plans to criminalize blasphemy as a law-and-order debate intensified between the country's new conservative government and left-wing opposition

Pete Doherty fined in Paris over double set of arrests

The Paris prosecutor's office says British singer Pete Doherty has been handed a three-month suspended sentence and a fine of 10,000 euros ($11,000) after being arrested in Paris twice in one week

Boeing Says The 737 Max Could Be Flying Again In…

Boeing's 737 Max could get approval to fly again at the start of 2020.

Tear gas and fires: Hong Kong protests from…

Protesters in Hong Kong are battling police on multiple fronts as the 5-month-old anti-government movement takes an increasingly violent turn

Report Paints Grim Picture of US Treatment of…

The US used the Marshall Islands as a regular testing site for nuclear weapons decades ago. Now a new investigative report in the Los Angeles Times finds that the repercussions remain all too real. The most tangible sign of this is the Runit Dome—a massive concrete dome built by...

Turkey Starts Repatriating Captured ISIS Fighters

A Turkish government spokesperson said at least three suspected ISIS fighters have been deported, with more expected to follow this week.

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Hungary: Former swim boss denies role in rival's…

The former head of Hungary's swimming federation has denied any role in the 1998 killing of a rival media mogul

Irate Patrons: Harrods Is 'the Grinch Who Stole…

Starting on Friday, Harrod's department store in London will open the doors to its Christmas Grotto, a "snow-covered woodland filled with sparkling surprises that will leave little ones mesmerized" through Christmas Eve, including a visit with Father Christmas himself. But those little ones will need caretakers with fat wallets: Per...

Bolivian President Evo Morales Resigns Over Calls…

One of Latin America's longest-serving leaders is stepping down after three weeks of deadly protests against him.

Moldova's government falls after losing…

Moldova's government coalition between a pro-European group and a Russian-backed party has fallen after losing a no-confidence vote in parliament

Court says EU states must label Israeli…

The European Union's top court says that EU countries must identify produce made in Israeli settlements on its labels, a ruling that was welcomed by rights groups but sparked anger in Israel

Hong Kong Protest Descends Into Chaos As Man Is…

Protesters were caught on camera pouring flammable liquid on a man and setting him on fire. The man is reportedly a pro-Beijing supporter.

Denmark starts border checks at crossings to…

Danish police have begun to carry out border checks at its crossings with Sweden after a series of shootings crimes and explosions around Copenhagen that Danes say were carried out by perpetrators from the next-door neighbor

Danish court jails repatriated Islamic State fighter

A foreign fighter from Denmark has been jailed in pre-trial custody for 27 days, a day after the man was deported from Turkey, which has begun to send home people who fought for the Islamic State group

Iran Has Discovered An Oil Field Containing Over…

During the announcement, Rouhani directed some of his comments at the U.S.

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LA's Gómez elected 1st Hispanic to lead US…

Archbishop José Gómez of Los Angeles elected as the first Hispanic to head the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Socialists, left-wing party reach coalition deal…

The leaders of Spain's Socialist party and the left-wing United We Can party say they have reached a preliminary agreement toward forming a coalition government

Iran Says It's Now Enriching Uranium To 5%, Has…

Iran began rolling back its commitments to the 2015 nuclear deal in May.