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Search and rescue teams reportedly located human remains in the flooded sealed compartments of the Navy destroyer.
Political activists who send thousands of leaflets, DVDs and flash drives by hot-air balloon into North Korea are hoping to bring change to the isolated country
El Salvador's supreme court has cancelled arrest orders for soldiers accused of participating in the killing of six Jesuit priests and two others in 1989
Police officials in El Salvador say suspected gang members have shot and killed a police officer and his daughter
Defense Secretary James Mattis has not yet signed any orders to deploy troops.
Italian firefighters say they have extracted the third and final brother from the rubble of their home that collapsed in a 4.0-magnitude quake on the resort island of Ischia
The wife of the only American killed in last week's Barcelona terror attack says she's trying to find a man who may have been the last person to see her husband alive
He notes that it could be the "beginning" of a pathway to peace talks.
Court documents say receipts show Spain terror suspects bought knives, ax minutes before second attack
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has branded the nation's ousted chief prosecutor a fugitive from justice as she flew to Brazil promising to "show the world" proof that he is involved in serious acts of corruption
A judge has ordered two Spain attack suspects held without bail, one detained for another 72 hours and a fourth freed.
Syrian state media and opposition activists say airstrikes on the northern city of Raqqa have killed dozens of civilians
German authorities arrested a father and son for allegedly carrying bags full of the psychedelic party drug ecstasy that featured Trump's likeness.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's main challenger in next month's election says he would push for the removal of U.S. nuclear weapons from German soil
Another defendant in a Jamaican lottery scam accused of bilking mostly elderly Americans out of millions of dollars has been scheduled for trial early next year with several of his co-defendants
Venezuela's ousted chief prosecutor is on her way to Brazil
Authorities say as many as 200 migrants have clashed near the northern French port city of Calais, using sticks and iron bars in five battles pitting mainly Afghans against Eritreans
Donald Trump's new plan for a more open-ended war against the Taliban, al-Qaeda and ISIS in South Asia was met with cautious optimism by Retired U.S. Army Maj. Jim Gant.
Finland court remands 18-year-old Moroccan asylum-seeker on suspicion of knife attack that killed 2 and 8 people in the southwestern city of Turku
Court official: Attack suspect reveals terror cell wanted to strike Barcelona monuments, imam planned to self-immolate