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Heroes of the France Train Attack
U.S. Airman First Class Spencer Stone applauded by world leaders.
Jet Crashes at British Air Show, Killing Seven
At least 14 injured as plane hits a busy main road in southern England.
Why Greece’s Premier Decided To Call Snap Elections
Alexis Tsipras “still the man to beat” in Greece, say analysts.
North, South Korea Aim to Ease Tensions
Talks at the Panmunjom truce village raise hopes for an end to a standoff.
Thousands of Migrants Push Across Macedonia's Border
Security forces struggle to enforce a decree to stem migrants' flow.
Gunman in France Was Suspected Islamist Militant
Two people were wounded in struggle to subdue the Kalashnikov-toting attacker.
American Soldier Wounded as He Stopped Gunman on French Train
Three were wounded in a shooting by a machine gun-toting attacker on a high-speed train between Amsterdam and Paris.
Lavish Funeral for Alleged Mafia Boss Angers Rome
Music from “The Godfather” played outside the church.
Why North Korea and South Korea Are Feuding Over Loudspeakers
North Korea's military is in a "semi-state of war" due to South Korean propaganda booming from loudspeakers.
Israel Ketchup War Forces Heinz to Relabel Sauce as 'Tomato Seasoning'
Heinz will no longer be able to call its red sauce "ketchup" in Hebrew.
Macedonia Uses Tear Gas, Stun Grenades on Refugees
Macedonia declared a state of emergency in two border regions.
Islamic State's No. 2 Reported Killed by Drone Strike in Iraq: CNN
CNN identified the Islamic State official as Haji Mutazz.
The Sumatran Rhino Is Now Extinct in Malaysia
The survival of the species is in doubt as zoos and conservationists monitor the population.
Three Wounded in Attack on Amsterdam-Paris Train: Reports
Three were injured after a gunman attacked passengers on a train in northern France.
Why Israel's Battle With Iranian Proxy in Syria Is Intensifying
Israel killed at least four Iranian-backed militiamen after rockets were fired across the Syrian border.
Europe's Mixed Reaction to the Migrant Crisis
While some countries construct barriers, others try to accommodate the influx of refugees into Europe.
London’s Dramatic ‘Sky Pool’ Gets Admiration, Derision
Some see the plans for a glass-bottom pool as poor taste in the midst of London’s housing crisis.
Matisyahu to Perform at Spanish Festival After All
The Jewish-American artist was asked back days after being dropped for not endorsing a Palestinian state.
Putin’s War: Front-line Residents Discover Churchill’s Defiant Spirit
Russian-backed artillery bombardment of Sartana, Ukraine, spurs the mayor to visit the library for inspiration.
North Korea's Kim Jong-Un Orders Military to Ready for War
Pyongyang is threatening action against Seoul if anti-North Korea propaganda on the border does not stop.
British Opposition Frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn Fights Off Accusations of Anti-Semitic Links
Labour leadership candidate responds to Jewish newspaper's questions on his alleged links to anti-Semites.
Israel Strikes Back in Syria After Rocket Attack
Israel said the salvo was launched by an Iranian-backed Palestinian militant group.
Report: ISIS Destroys Syrian Monastery
The group has also transferred several dozen Christians, captured during its offensive.
North and South Korea Exchange Fire
Both sides said there were no casualties or damage in their territory.
Nuclear Watchdog Slams AP’s Iran Inspections Story
Opponents of the Iran nuclear deal have pointed to the report as another reason to block the agreement.
Greek Prime Minister Resigns
The country will now hold snap elections, as Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras hopes to strengthen his hold on power.
Rare Sand Kittens Born in Israeli Zoo
Sand cats were previously believed to be extinct in Israel.
Iran Will Provide Inspection for One Suspected Site: AP Report
An early draft of a document related to the Iran nuclear agreement reveals protocol for the inspection of Parchin
Greek PM Tsipras to Call Snap Elections
Alexis Tsipras will resign tonight, triggering elections expected to be held on September 20.
Slovakia Will Only Accept Christian Asylum Seekers, Not Muslims
The country's lack of mosques means Muslims will not feel integrated, a government spokesman says.