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The US government is demanding Iran release an 81-year-old American it returned to prison this week-- after giving him a 4-day leave for health reasons.
The British government is reviewing its relationship with Oxfam after a newspaper reported that staff members of the anti-poverty charity used prostitutes while in Haiti after the devastating 2010 earthquake.
An Afghan official says at least six local police have been killed in a Taliban attack on their checkpoints in southern Helmand province.
Thanks to President Donald Trump’s recent call for a military parade in Washington, comedian Bill Maher had some material for Friday's edition of his HBO show.
San Simone, a tiny village in the Italian Alps, once had a thriving ski trade.
While South Africa awaits news on whether President Jacob Zuma soon will resign, a senior leader of the ruling African National Congress says the party must reverse a decline in popularity that has gone on for more than a decade.
The White House on Friday told Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee to redraft their rebuttal to a controversial GOP memo alleging government surveillance abuse during the 2016 campaign, saying sensitive details need to be stripped out before it can be made public.
The Philippine president says he has no intention of going into war over territorial feuds but will order the navy to fire if other countries extract resources from waters within his country's exclusive economic zone.
Internet difficulties during the opening ceremony of the 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea has prompted officials to investigate the possibility of a cyberattack.
Let the games begin! A week of Olympic-sized bias on stocks and dictators, and assorted media failures
The Winter Olympics have begun in PyeongChang in South Korea, but unfortunately for American journalists, media bias is not an Olympic sport. If it was, they’d be breaking records for most medals won.
An adviser to Poland's president has said that Israel's reaction to a law criminalizing some statements about Poland's actions during World War stems from a "feeling of shame at the passivity of the Jews during the Holocaust."
A senior official says Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas will ask India's visiting prime minister to support a multi-country sponsorship that would replace the United States as the sole mediator in future Israeli-Palestinian negotiations.
A speedskater for Team USA skipped Friday’s opening ceremony for the Winter Olympics a day after venting his frustration over not being picked to be the U.S. flag bearer.
Romanian authorities say the pilots of a Ryanair flight asked to return to the Bucharest airport amid reports that their plane's tail may have clipped the runway on takeoff.
Israel’s top military leaders were weighing the country’s next move Saturday after Israeli forces shot down an Iranian drone that infiltrated the country -- and conducted raids in Syria, where they believe the drone was launched.
A Minnesota man has been arrested after allegedly stealing a car from a Walmart parking lot, then calling the owner less than two hours later for help starting the vehicle.
Leading state Republicans in Pennsylvania on Friday night submitted a proposal to Democratic Gov. Tom Wolf for redrawing the state’s congressional map -- just hours before a court-ordered deadline.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on Saturday invited South Korean President Moon Jae-in to the North as dialogue between the rival countries countinues during the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Search and rescue workers have found the bodies of two people believed to be members of a family trapped in a partially collapsed hotel in Taiwan, bringing the death toll from this week's earthquake to 14. Taiwan's official China News Agency reported that rescue workers found the bodies at the Beauty Inn around noon on Saturday.
A possible thaw in diplomatic relations between North and South Korea continued over lunch Saturday at the Blue House in Seoul, residence of South Korean President Moon Jae-in.