General’s battlefield talk on Notre Dame…

A general named to oversee reconstruction of fire-devastated Notre Dame Cathedral has received a public reprimand for advising the chief architect for France’s historic monuments to “shut his mouth.”

German lawmakers approve compulsory measles vaccine plan

Germany's parliament has passed a law requiring that children who attend school or daycare are vaccinated for measles

Death Toll Rises As Bush Fires Continue In…

Thousands of firefighters have been deployed to combat more than 100 fires burning along Australia's east coast.

“Schindler’s List” producer Branko Lustig d…

Branko Lustig, an Oscar-winning Croatian film producer and Holocaust survivor, has died at 87

Officials seek faster trial for US teens in Rome cop slaying

The lawyer of one of the two young Americans jailed in Rome over the slaying of a Carabinieri police officer says prosecutors have requested a speedier trial for the two teenagers

Turkey To Repatriate American Suspected Of ISIS…

Turkey's interior ministry announced the U.S. has committed not to block the suspected militant from entering the country.

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The Latest: EU launches action against UK over…

The European Union has launched legal action against the United Kingdom following the country's decision not to name a candidate for the bloc's executive arm

North Korea Threatens Retaliation If U.S…

North Korea said if the U.S. goes ahead with joint aerial exercises with South Korea in December, it'll retaliate.

Protest flares after Georgian election reform measure fails

Hundreds of demonstrators have gathered outside the parliament building in the country of Georgia to protest the legislature’s failure to pass an elections-reform measure promised by the governing party

US presses European countries to take Islamic…

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says European and other members of the international coalition fighting the Islamic State group must take back and prosecute their nationals detained in Iraq and Syria

College Campuses In Hong Kong Have Become Main…

They've become the location of heavily fortified camps where some protesters are reportedly building and stockpiling weapons.

Erdogan Played Anti-Kurd Film in Oval Office. It…

President Trump had to umpire a tense exchange between Republican senators and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday, which reportedly began when Erdogan aired a propaganda film against Syria's Kurds. Axios first reported that five Republican senators critical of Turkey's incursion into Syria watched as Erdogan whipped out an...

Bulgaria panel elects top prosecutor despite veto, protests

Bulgaria’s supreme judicial panel has voted to override a presidential veto of the election of the new chief prosecutor, despite criticism from the public

Israel And Gaza Militants Agree To Cease-Fire…

The fighting started on Tuesday when an Israeli air raid in Gaza City killed an Islamic Jihad commander and his wife.

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The Latest: Germany detains 7 people deported by…

German federal police say they have detained seven people deported by Turkey for Islamic State links

Automaker Daimler to save $1.54B by cutting manager posts

German automaker Daimler says it plans to slash costs by 1.4 billion euros ($1.54 billion) by cutting every tenth managerial position and other austerity measures

Bolivian Senator Jeanine Áñez Declares Herself…

Senator Jeanine Áñez made the declaration Tuesday, despite the fact that she lacked the congressional votes to approve her appointment.

Italy declares state of emergency in Venice after…

Italy has declared a state of emergency in flood-ravaged Venice, seeking to release funds to repair the historic lagoon city after it was damaged by the highest tide in 50 years

American Woman Killed in Dominican Republic

A Michigan woman teaching in the Dominican Republic for the last 15 years was murdered during an apparent robbery of her home, police say. Patricia Anton, 63, was strangled in her residence in the resort town of Cabarete, Puerto Plata, reports the Daily News . A cellphone, laptop, 40-inch TV, sheets,...

At Least 1 Dead After Historic High Tide Floods…

Venice officials said the tide peaked at over six feet Tuesday night.

Cyprus president: Arsonists won’t stop national…

Cyprus’ president is vowing to go ahead with creating a national park in a largely untouched area of the tourism-reliant island, after a string of deliberately-set forest fires that were blamed on local landowners’ development plans

International court judges authorize Rohingya…

International Criminal Court judges have approved a request from prosecutors to open an investigation into crimes committed against Myanmar’s Rohingya Muslim minority

State Department Tells U.S. Citizens Not To…

The U.S. State Department issued a travel advisory for Bolivia because of political instability and ongoing protests in the country.

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Ferrari aims to entice new clients with Roma coupe

Ferrari has unveiled a new, easy-driving coupe dubbed Roma aimed at attracting buyers who have been intimidated by sports cars

Erdogan says Turkey won’t dispose of Russian…

Turkey’s president says his country would be willing to purchase U.S.-made Patriot defense systems but will not dispose of the Russian S-400 system

EU Court: Food Made In Palestinian Territories…

The EU's top court has ruled that products made in Israeli settlements must be labeled has having been made in the Palestinian territories.