MERKEL, ABU DHABI CROWN PRINCE DISCUSS LIBYA AHEAD OF SUMMIT

German Chancellor Angela Merkel's office says she has discussed the need to end foreign interference in Libya with Abu Dhabi's powerful...

YEMENI OFFICIALS: 25 TROOPS KILLED IN HOUTHI MISSILE STRIKE

Yemeni officials say a missile attack launched by Shiite rebels in Yemen hit an army camp on Saturday, killing at least 25 troops

 
 
 

PRINCE HARRY, MEGHAN TO GIVE UP 'ROYAL HIGHNESS' TITLES

Buckingham Palace says Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, will no longer use the titles "royal highness" or receive public funds after...

SWEDEN SUMMONS CHINESE ENVOY OVER 'LIGHTWEIGHT BOXER' REMARK

Sweden's government summoned the Chinese ambassador to discuss his remarks.

 
 
 

OFFICIALS: PALESTINIAN WOUNDS ISRAELI MAN IN STABBING

Israeli authorities say a man has been moderately wounded after a Palestinian attacker stabbed him in the West Bank

RARE COIN OF BRITAIN'S KING EDWARD VIII FETCHES RECORD PRICE

A rare gold coin bearing the image of Britain's King Edward VIII before his love-inspired abdication has sold for 1 million pounds...

 
 
 

POLAND: FAR-RIGHT PARTY CHOOSES PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE

Poland's far-right Confederation party has chosen a lawmaker who previously led an ultra-nationalist youth organization as its candidate...

RUSSIA'S PUTIN SAYS HE OPPOSES UNLIMITED PRESIDENTIAL TERM

Russian President Vladimir Putin says he opposes the idea of the country's leader being able to serve an unlimited time in office like...

 
 
 

LEBANON POLICE FIRE TEAR GAS AT PROTESTERS AMID BEIRUT RIOTS

Riot police have fired tears gas and sprayed water cannon near parliament in Lebanon's capital to disperse thousands of protesters

IRAN TO SEND FLIGHT RECORDERS FROM DOWNED JET TO UKRAINE

An Iranian official says Iran will send the black box flight recorders from the Ukrainian jetliner it accidentally shot down last week...

 
 
 

SPLITS IN FRANCE'S STRIKE MOVEMENT TRIGGER FEARS OF VIOLENCE

As some French workers return to their jobs after six weeks of strikes, more radical groups are trying to keep a protest movement against...

PROTESTERS IN BERLIN SUPPORT ENVIRONMENT-FRIENDLY FARMING

Demonstrators in Berlin have called for more environment-friendly agricultural practices at a protest in Berlin, among them farmers...

 
 
 

VENEZUELAN THEATER BECOMES PLAN B IN LAWMAKERS' TURF BATTLE

The Venezuelan opposition led by Juan Guaidó in the coming days will likely make its third attempt to get inside its legislative building...

CHINA'S XI ENDS MYANMAR VISIT WITH FLURRY OF AGREEMENTS

Chinese President Xi Jinping has ended a two-day state visit to Myanmar after attending the signing a raft of agreements buttressing...

 
 
 

AT LEAST 2 KILLED, 20 WOUNDED IN BOMBING NEAR SOMALI CAPITAL

Police in Somalia say at least two people were killed and more than 20 others wounded when a suicide car bomber targeted a construction...

TURKEY'S ERDOGAN: EUROPE MUST BACK LIBYAN GOVT IN TRIPOLI

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says European Union must support the internationally recognized Libyan government in Tripoli

 
 
 

THAI MILITARY HOLDS CEREMONY TO SWEAR ALLEGIANCE TO KING

Thailand's king has presided over an oath-taking ceremony at an army base where almost 7,000 soldiers and police paraded to mark Armed...

MINISTER: GERMANY NEEDS CHINA'S HUAWEI TO BUILD 5G NETWORK

Germany's interior minister is suggesting that his country can't build a 5G mobile network without Chinese tech giant Huawei, at least...

 
 
 

PHILIPPINE VOLCANO SIMMERS, OFFICIALS BRACE FOR LONG CRISIS

Philippine officials say they're bracing for a long crisis whether the Taal volcano erupts more disastrously or simmers precariously...

UK PLANS BREXIT CELEBRATIONS BUT WARNS BUSINESSES MAY SUFFER

The British government is planning celebrations to mark its official departure from the European Union on Jan. 31 but is still warning...

 
 
 



National Archives: 'We made a mistake' altering Trump photos

National Archives: 'We made a mistake' altering Trump photos

The National Archives is apologizing for its decision to blur images of anti-Trump signs used as part of an exhibit on women's suffrage. Read more ...

Harry and Meghan abdicate royal titles, public funds

Harry and Meghan abdicate royal titles, public funds

Prince Harry and Meghan are cut off. In a statement from the Queen and Buckingham Palace on Saturday, it was announced the couple will “not use” their royal titles or get... Read more ...

Harry, Meghan to quit royal jobs, give up 'highness' titles

Harry, Meghan to quit royal jobs, give up 'highness' titles

Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, are quitting as working royals and will no longer use the titles “royal highness” or receive public funds for their work. Read more ...

Iran will send downed plane's black boxes to Ukraine for analysis

Iran will send downed plane's black boxes to Ukraine for analysis

Iran is also prepared to ask for expert analysis from France, Canada and the United States in trying to read the data. Read more ...

A 14-year-old girl kidnapped by three men used Snapchat to alert her...

A 14-year-old girl kidnapped by three men used Snapchat to alert her friends, police say

Her friends determined her location through the app and called 911. Read more ...

White House Responds To Senate Impeachment Trial Summons

White House Responds To Senate Impeachment Trial Summons

The response is a formal part of the process in the impeachment trial, which begins Tuesday. It marks the first time the president has outlined a legal case for his acquittal. Read more ...

Victim burned after trying to help coworkers during massive Westmoreland...

Victim burned after trying to help coworkers during massive Westmoreland County fire, says mom

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Washington Capitals' Alex Ovechkin ties Steve Yzerman for ninth place on...

Washington Capitals' Alex Ovechkin ties Steve Yzerman for ninth place on all-time goal scoring list

The man never stops scoring. Read more ...

National Archives: 'We made a mistake' altering Trump photos

National Archives: 'We made a mistake' altering Trump photos

The National Archives is apologizing for its decision to blur images of anti-Trump signs used as part of an exhibit on women's suffrage. Read more ...

Trump legal team planning aggressive response to impeachment summons

Trump legal team planning aggressive response to impeachment summons

President Trump's legal team will categorically reject the articles of impeachment and charges levied against the president in their official response to a Senate summons... Read more ...