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Turkey launches airstrikes on PKK targets in Iraq following deadly bombing in Ankara, the latest incident in their nearly four-decade-long insurgency.
Late on Saturday, a last-minute deal to avert a federal government shutdown as when President Joe Biden signed a temporary funding bill to keep agencies open.
In a heartbreaking turn of events, bodies of abducted youths found in Mexico, one survivor, as authorities continue to grapple with a disturbing case of abduction.
Donald Trump ruled to have committed fraud by a New York judge in a significant legal blow to former President. The ruling is part of a civil case brought against Trump and his family business, accusing them of defrauding banks and insurers for years.
In a recent development in the ongoing tensions in the South China Sea, Philippines removes Chinese barrier in South China Sea. The Philippines has executed a "special operation" to remove a floating barrier installed by China.
Kosovo Demands Extradition Of Escaped Serb Gunmen After Deadly Shootout, As Police Neutralize Armed Attackers In Standoff
Kosovo demands extradition of escaped Serb gunmen who managed to escape following a shootout with Kosovar police in the restive north of the country, an incident that left four people dead.
Google is facing a lawsuit for negligence from the family of Philip Paxson, a North Carolina man dies in car accident due to Google maps error in September 2022 when his car plunged off a collapsed bridge.
President Joe Biden found himself in yet another awkward public moment during a United Nations event due to President biden's Brazilian flag mishap and handshake snub with Lula at UN.
Palestinian health officials said on Wednesday that six Palestinians, including three militants, died in recent fighting with Israel. The incident was a result of Israeli military operations in the occupied West Bank and rioting in the Gaza Strip, the latest escalation in a wave of violence that has roiled the area for more than a year.
Italian Government passes stricter measures amid migrant surge. The Italian government, grappling with a substantial increase in arriving migrants, has implemented measures to extend the duration of their detention and enhance repatriation efforts.
As the meeting of world leaders at 78th UN General Assembly begins, the world faces a multitude of challenges, with no single crisis set to dominate the General Debate.
International rescue teams seek urgent assistance in retrieving flood victims' bodies in Libya. The catastrophic floods, which occurred over a week ago, have left thousands dead, with many of the victims' bodies still submerged in water or located in hard-to-reach areas.
In the immediate aftermath of the manhunt for the dramatic capture of Pennsylvania killer Panelo Cavalcante, a peculiar scene unfolded. Some two dozen law enforcement agents in tactical gear clustered around the fugitive.
Kim Jong Un and Putin solidify ties amid Ukraine conflict. The recent summit between North Korean leader and Russian President has sent shockwaves through the international community.
The quake has claimed over 2,500 lives, injured thousands, and displaced many more. However, Morocco's response to earthquake aid baffles foreign government.
Brazilian President Lula welcomes Putin to 2024 Rio G-20 summit. In a news conference in New Delhi following this year's G-20 summit, President Lula asserted that the decision on whether or not Vladimir Putin would be subject to arrest during his visit would be determined by Brazil's judiciary, not by him.
Convicted killer Danelo Cavalcante spotted over 20 miles from last sighting. He managed to escape from a Pennsylvania prison, was seen late Saturday night in the northern Chester County area near Phoenixville, according to Pennsylvania State Police.
Passengers endure 11-hour round-trip ordeal as flight circles and misses curfew due to a series of unfortunate incidents. It was a seemingly routine three-hour flight from Manila, Philippines, to Fukuoka, Japan.
As heat waves continue to bake parts of the world, scientists are reporting that summer 2023 sets a new global temperature record – and by a significant margin.
Burning Man, an annual event that draws thousands of free-spirited revelers to the remote Black Rock Desert in Nevada, is renowned for its elaborate art installations, intricate costumes, and a unique atmosphere of radical self-expression. However, rain causes chaos at Burning Man 2023 festival.
A joyful wedding celebration in Canada, took a tragic turn when a shooting at Ottawa wedding leaves two dead and six injured. The convention center on Gibford Drive was hosting a wedding attended by several guests, where the shooting unfolded outside the venue.
Typhoon Haikui leaves 44 injured and thousands without power in Taiwan as it struck Taiwan with ferocious force, causing widespread damage, and plunging tens of thousands of homes into darkness as power outages swept across the island.
A building fire in Johannesburg claims 73 lives and injures 52. A devastating fire erupted in downtown Johannesburg, South Africa, early Thursday morning, leaving a trail of destruction in its wake.
Federal investigators dismantle criminal ransomware network in historic operation for inflicting damage worth hundreds of millions of dollars. The announcement, made by the U.S. Department of Justice on Tuesday, marks a pivotal moment in the fight against cyber threats.