Neighbors fret as Putin, Russia kick off war games on border with Europe

(MOSCOW) -- Russia put on a display of heavy firepower for president Vladimir Putin and foreign media gathered Monday to watch military exercises that are believed to be some of the largest held since the end of the Cold War.

Putin watched... Read More

Boston College students attacked with acid in France offer forgiveness to suspect

(MARSEILLE, France) -- One day after four Boston College students were attacked with acid in Marseille, France, the college students are doing well and have offered forgiveness to their alleged attacker, according to police and the university.

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Thousands of air passengers stranded in New Zealand after fuel pipeline bursts

(AUCKLAND, New Zealand) -- Thousands of air passengers are stranded in New Zealand after a burst oil pipeline caused a jet fuel shortage, leading to dozens of flight cancellations.

The pipeline, which is Auckland Airport's only supplier of... Read More

Evidence leads investigators unraveling London subway plot to foster home

(LONDON) -- Police in London are focused on a very unlikely location for a suspected bomb factory in the London suburb of Sunbury-on-Thames in connection with the subway attack that sent at least 30 people to the hospital on Friday morning.

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Mediator who brokered Boko Haram deal to release Chibok girls is UNHCR's 2017 Nansen Refugee Award winner

(NEW YORK) -- Zannah Mustapha, the Nigerian mediator who brokered a deal for the release of dozens of Chibok schoolgirls captured by Boko Haram, has been named this year's winner of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Nansen Ref... Read More

UK terror threat lowered after second man arrested in London Underground attack

(LONDON) -- Britain's terrorist threat level has been lowered from "critical" to "severe" after police arrested a second man in connection with Friday's terror attack on a London Underground subway car and authorities there cited progress in the inve... Read More

'Narcos' location scout found shot dead in Mexico

(NEW YORK) -- A filming location scout for the Netflix series Narcos was found shot dead in farmlands near Mexico City last week, according to Mexico's attorney general.

Carlos Muñoz Portal, who in addition to his work on <... Read More

Four Boston College students attacked with acid in France; police say incident not terror-related

(MARSEILLE, France) -- The four American women attacked in Marseille, France with hydrochloric acid by a woman early Sunday are students at Boston College, a university spokesman said in a statement.

The students, all juniors, were studyin... Read More

After Irma, Caribbean braces for Hurricane Maria

(NEW YORK) -- Hurricane Maria is swirling towards the Caribbean just as the storm-battered islands had begun to recover from Irma.

Maria was a Category 1 hurricane as of Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, moving northwest at 15 miles per hour, with sustaine... Read More

British Prime Minister Theresa May opens up about her relationship with Trump

(LONDON) -- British Prime Minister Theresa May opened up about her relationship with U.S. President Donald Trump, saying they "work very well together."

"Like many Americans, he has family connections with the United Kingdom, and we work v... Read More

Russian airstrike in Syria hits partner force in US-led coalition

(WASHINGTON) -- A Russian airstrike in Syria wounded several fighters in a U.S.-backed coalition's partner force fighting ISIS, the Pentagon said.

The strike Saturday east of the Euphrates River near Dayr Az Zawr hit "a location known to t... Read More

North Korea releases photos it claims are of latest missile test

(WASHINGTON) -- The North Korean government released on Saturday photos of what it said is the rogue regime's l... Read More

North Korea releases photos it claims are of latest missile test

(NEW YORK) -- The North Korean government released on Saturday photos of what it said is the rogue regime's latest ballistic missile test.

The government said the photos, released to North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA), depict ... Read More

Theresa May wonders if police have 'powers' they need to deal with terror

(LONDON) -- U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May condemned a bombing that took place on a London Underground train this morning as "cowardly," telling ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos it's time to examine whether Britain’s police have the... Read More