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Afghan president: 3 Taliban released for held US, Australian

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani says his government has released three Taliban figures in effort to have the insurgents free an American and an Australian professor they abducted in 2017.
Connecticut man charged in Anguilla hotel worker's death skips hearing

Connecticut man charged in Anguilla hotel worker's death skips hearing

A Connecticut man accused of killing a hotel worker while on vacation in Anguilla did not return to the British Carribean territory for a court hearing Monday, citing threats against him and that
White Helmets rescue group founder found dead in Istanbul, reports say

White Helmets rescue group founder found dead in Istanbul, reports say

A former British army officer who founded the White Helmets humanitarian volunteer group that performed emergency response in Syria was found dead early Monday in Turkey, officials said.

French President Emmanuel Macron honors troops during Armistice Day

French President Emmanuel Macron marked Armistice Day on Monday in a visit to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier under Paris' Arc de Triomphe and by inaugurating a new memorial to those who fell during
Australia facing 'most dangerous bushfire week,' prompting state of emergency over 'catastrophic' threat

Australia facing 'most dangerous bushfire week,' prompting state of emergency over 'catastrophic' threat

The most populated area of Australia is facing the threat of "catastrophic" wildfire danger on Tuesday, prompting officials to issue the maximum level of warning of the fire danger ratings introduced
Bolivia ex-president Evo Morales says he's headed to Mexico as supporters clash with police, barricade roads

Bolivia ex-president Evo Morales says he's headed to Mexico as supporters clash with police, barricade roads

Hours after he was forced from power by a popular uprising and military desertions, Bolivia’s socialist ex-president, Evo Morales, revealed Monday night he was headed to Mexico while saying officials
Iran enriching uranium at 'not declared' site, UN nuclear watchdog says

Iran enriching uranium at 'not declared' site, UN nuclear watchdog says

Uranium of a man-made origin has been discovered in Iran at a site that has "not been declared" to inspectors, the United Nation's nuclear watchdog disclosed for the first time in a report Monday.
FBI to join Mexico cartel ambush investigation into killings of mothers, children

FBI to join Mexico cartel ambush investigation into killings of mothers, children

The FBI will assist the Mexican government in its investigation into a suspected cartel massacre of nine American women and children near the U.S. border last week as authorities appeared to be
Hong Kong protester shot at close range, counterprotester set on fire in latest escalation of violence

Hong Kong protester shot at close range, counterprotester set on fire in latest escalation of violence

A pro-democracy protester was shot at close range and a counter-protester was set on fire as violence continued to engulf Hong Kong on Monday morning, with the disturbing images of street fights and

Iran underground lab helps produce more low-enriched uranium

The head of Iran's nuclear program told The Associated Press on Monday that the country is now producing more low-enriched uranium daily, after restarting an underground lab.

Turkey says US national sent home as Ankara begins repatriating captured IS fighters

Turkey says a U.S. national who is a member of the Islamic State group has been deported home as Ankara begins repatriating captured foreign IS fighters.

New Zealand could ban some criminals from being near guns, even if they don't own them

New Zealand's government on Monday proposed legislation to ban certain criminals from being anywhere near guns even if they don't own them, a measure that politicians acknowledge has significant human
Hong Kong police apparently shoot protester in video posted to Facebook

Hong Kong police apparently shoot protester in video posted to Facebook

Video posted online shows police in Hong Kong shooting a protester in the stomach at close range as demonstrators disrupted the Monday morning rush hour commute.
Spain's Socialists win national election; right-wing Vox Party surges

Spain's Socialists win national election; right-wing Vox Party surges

Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez's Socialists won Spain's national election on Sunday but large gains by the upstart far-right Vox party appear certain to widen the political deadlock in the European
Mexico cartel ambush: American father whose relatives were killed says he's leaving the country

Mexico cartel ambush: American father whose relatives were killed says he's leaving the country

An American father whose family members were killed in a brutal ambush attack in northern Mexico last week says he is leaving the country because “you don’t get justice too much in Mexico.”
D-Day hero surprised by friends, family with party on 95th birthday

D-Day hero surprised by friends, family with party on 95th birthday

A World War II veteran who was honored for his bravery as a teenager celebrated his 95th birthday Sunday with a surprise party.
Bolivia's socialist President Evo Morales resigns amid election fraud allegations

Bolivia's socialist President Evo Morales resigns amid election fraud allegations

Bolivia's socialist President Evo Morales, who claimed victory in a disputed election Oct. 20, sparking outcry across the Latin American country, announced Sunday he's resigning.
Indonesian businessman arrested in murders of 2 journalists, reports say

Indonesian businessman arrested in murders of 2 journalists, reports say

An Indonesian businessman was arrested Saturday on charges that he orchestrated the killing of two journalists who were reporting on a land dispute between his palm oil company and people living in
Napoleon expert in Russia admits he murdered young lover, chopped up her remains, reports say

Napoleon expert in Russia admits he murdered young lover, chopped up her remains, reports say

A prominent Napoleon expert in Russia -- who was spotted Saturday with a backpack that contained the remains of his young lover -- has confessed to murdering her, according to reports.
Mexican officials uncover more bodies buried in mass grave south of Arizona border; total at 58

Mexican officials uncover more bodies buried in mass grave south of Arizona border; total at 58

Ten more bodies were discovered buried in a mass grave near the Mexican resort town of Puerto Peñasco, south of the Arizona border, bringing the total number of remains to at least 58, officials said
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