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Car slams into pedestrians, barriers outside Parliament; Britain's counter-terror command investigates

Car slams into pedestrians, barriers outside Parliament; Britain's counter-terror command investigates

British authorities on Tuesday swarmed the scene outside the Houses of Parliament after a car slammed into pedestrains and protective barriers in what is being eyed as a possible terror attack.

Swedish leader voices anger after dozens of cars are burned

Masked youth torched dozens of cars overnight in Sweden and threw rocks at police, prompting an angry response from the prime minister, who on Tuesday spoke of an "extremely organized" night of
Pedestrians injured in crash outside parliament in London

Pedestrians injured in crash outside parliament in London

Police shut down the area around Parliament on Tuesday after witnesses said a motorist deliberately crashed into pedestrians and cyclists during the morning commute, heightening tensions in a city
Taliban overrun Afghan army base, kill 17 troops

Taliban overrun Afghan army base, kill 17 troops

The Taliban overran a base in northern Afghanistan, killing 17 soldiers, even as Afghan forces battled the insurgents for the fifth straight day in the eastern provincial capital of Ghazni on Tuesday,
Activist compares Beijing's rule in Hong Kong to colonialism

Activist compares Beijing's rule in Hong Kong to colonialism

A Hong Kong pro-independence activist decried Beijing's rule as modern-day colonialism in a speech Tuesday to a foreign journalists' association that defied the Chinese government's demand to cancel
Car collides into barriers outside Houses of Parliament, pedestrians injured, British police say

Car collides into barriers outside Houses of Parliament, pedestrians injured, British police say

British police on Tuesday responded to a car that collided into pedestrians and barriers outside the Houses of Parliament.
Abbot's murder in desert monastery shocks Egypt's Christians

Abbot's murder in desert monastery shocks Egypt's Christians

It reads like a murder mystery set in an exotic locale: an abbot found dead in a desert monastery; a monk defrocked and arrested; another held by police and hospitalized after trying to kill himself —

Beijing: Anti-China forces are criticizing Uighur crackdown

China blamed "anti-China forces" on Tuesday for the growing criticism of Beijing's policies in a far western region where large groups of ethnic Uighurs are being detained in internment camps.
Mexico: Lopez Obrador expands plan for Yucatan tourist train

Mexico: Lopez Obrador expands plan for Yucatan tourist train

Mexico's president-elect announced an even more ambitious proposal for a train on the Yucatan peninsula Monday that would link nearly all the region's main tourist draws and cost double or more than
Australia archbishop gets house detention for abuse cover-up

Australia archbishop gets house detention for abuse cover-up

The most senior Roman Catholic cleric convicted of covering up child sex abuse was ordered by an Australian court Tuesday to serve his 1-year sentence in home detention rather than jail.
Army Green Beret dies after IED explosion in southern Afghanistan

Army Green Beret dies after IED explosion in southern Afghanistan

A U.S. Army Special Forces soldier, who was supporting Operation Freedom’s Sentinel, has died from wounds he received in a bomb blast in Afghanistan’s southern Helmand Province, the Pentagon announced
Ex-Gitmo detainee now selling sweets in Uruguay capital

Ex-Gitmo detainee now selling sweets in Uruguay capital

A bit of sweetness has entered the life of at least one of the men formerly held at the U.S. Guantanamo Bay prison camp.
Argentina's Fernandez denies charges in corruption case

Argentina's Fernandez denies charges in corruption case

Former President Cristina Fernandez on Monday denied any wrongdoing following recent accusations that she was responsible for a corruption scheme involving public works contracts that has ensnared

UN report: Up to 30,000 Islamic State members in Iraq, Syria

The Islamic State extremist group has up to 30,000 members roughly equally distributed between Syria and Iraq and its global network poses a rising threat — as does al-Qaida, which is much stronger in
Yemen's war on body parts sparks cottage industry in prosthetic limbs

Yemen's war on body parts sparks cottage industry in prosthetic limbs

Outside a quiet, rundown building on the edges of Mar’ib city a few young boys hobble quietly in the hot afternoon sun.
Israel detains prominent Jewish-American critic at airport

Israel detains prominent Jewish-American critic at airport

A prominent Jewish-American commentator who has been critical of Israel's policies said Monday that he was detained by Israeli airport authorities and interrogated about his political views before he
Israeli's Netanyahu rips Jeremy Corbyn over images showing politician laying wreath at terrorist gravesite

Israeli's Netanyahu rips Jeremy Corbyn over images showing politician laying wreath at terrorist gravesite

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tore into British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn Monday, calling for “unequivocal condemnation from everyone – left, right and everything in between” –
The Latest: Scores killed in battle for key Afghan city

The Latest: Scores killed in battle for key Afghan city

The Latest on the fighting between the Taliban and Afghan security forces in the city of Ghazni (all times local): 8:45 p.m.
Kim Jong Un's bizarre North Korea propaganda photos

Kim Jong Un's bizarre North Korea propaganda photos

From a lubricant factory to an orphanage, potato factory or tire production center, Kim Jong Un has conducted many sporadic visits to odd and quirky North Korean sites throughout the years.
UAE responds to AP report on deals with al-Qaida in Yemen

UAE responds to AP report on deals with al-Qaida in Yemen

The United Arab Emirates on Monday said it was actively fighting al-Qaida's branch in Yemen after an Associated Press report outlined how Emirati forces cut secret deals with the militants to get them