(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. is declining to take sides between Saudi Arabia and Canada after the Middle Eastern nation's extraordinary reaction to Canada's condemnation of the arrest of a Saudi Arabian human rights activist.Saudi officials r...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. government has apparently resorted to packing powerful painkillers in diplomatic pouches usually reserved for sensitive documents in order to circumvent import laws in Iraq and ensure paramilitary medics are well-stocked in c...

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(LONDON) -- Europe is still experiencing a major heat wave, but forecasters promise some respite over the next 24 hours as rain in Scandinavia and thunderstorms across the United Kingdom help bring temperatures down.In Portugal, an oppres...

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(MUMBAI, India) -- When Ashrrita Chinchankar’s mother, Pooja, first started working as a flight attendant for Air India, she would look at the few female pilots she saw around her and feel awe at their air of command and the respect they were a...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The Department of Defense is prohibiting personnel from using geolocation features on their devices while serving in certain locations after concerns that the information transmitted from such devices was jeopardizing the security of...

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(MOSCOW) -- It's one of the oddest, if not the toughest, roles he has ever played. Steven Seagal, the 1990s action movie star, has been enlisted as a special envoy by Russia’s foreign ministry to help promote “cultural and humanita...

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(ZURICH) -- The airline whose vintage World War II plane crashed into a mountain in southeastern Switzerland, killing all 20 people on board, said it was “deeply saddened” and has suspended all flight operations until further notice....

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(LOMOK, Indonesia) -- At least 91 people are dead and hundreds more injured as a magnitude 7.0 earthquake rocked Indonesia's popular island of Lombok on Sunday, according to Indonesian authorities and the U.S. Geological Survey. The island is...

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(SEOUL) -- With scorching temperatures peaking at 97 degrees, a sea of red descended upon Gwanghwamun Square in Seoul on Saturday.Thousands of women wearing red shirts endured the suffocating heat for the same purpose -- to protest agains...

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(NEW YORK) -- Video taken at a safari park in Mexico shows a rhinoceros ramming an SUV several times with a family inside.The incident, which occurred Monday at the Africam Safari in Puebla, Mexico, begins as the rhinoceros slams its head...

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(NEW YORK) -- Leading non-governmental organizations SOS Mediterranee and Doctors Without Borders (MSF) have announced that their migrant rescue ship Aquarius would resume patrolling the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of Libya.The humani...

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(NEW YORK) -- With Europe facing a wide-ranging heatwave, some areas of Spain and Portugal are bracing for potentially record-breaking temperatures.The current European record of about 118 degrees Fahrenheit (48 degrees Celsius), which wa...

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(HO CHI MINH, Vietnam) -- A 54-year-old American missing in Vietnam for nearly a month is being held by Vietnamese authorities, his family and a congresswoman announced Thursday.Detained without charges, he is the second U.S. citizen rece...

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(NEW YORK) -- An American man is believed to have gone missing in Slovenia while vacationing in June. The Department of State is working with police in Europe on the continuing search.Jonathan Reid Luskin from Wisconsin, also known as "Jo...

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