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A lottery winner in Jamaica who seemingly wanted to remain anonymous chose quite the mask to conceal his face.
Authorities in the western Mexico state of Michoacan say they have found the bodies of five men in an abandoned pickup.
Nearly three weeks after the Trump administration backed an all-out effort to overthrow Nicolas Maduro, there is little sign the Venezuelan president is losing his grip on power.
Brazilian authorities are promising prompt financial compensation for the families of all victims involved in a fire that killed 10 young soccer players.
Mexico's state-run electric company is looking to renegotiate generous natural gas contracts it has with private sector firms that stipulate payments even when gas isn't being delivered.
Canadian police say they have freed 43 "modern day slaves" from Mexico who were allegedly forced to work as cleaners at vacation properties in Ontario.
The head of the Mexican bishops' conference says that 152 Roman Catholic priests have been removed from the ministry over the last nine years for sex abuse offenses against "youths or vulnerable adults."
Syrian state media is reporting that Israel has bombarded the southern province of Quneitra, causing material damage but no casualties.
A British criminologist is claiming that a metalworker, Harold Jones, who was released from jail in 1941 and died of cancer in 1971, may have been behind the 'Jack the Stripper' murders of six prostitutes.
Heavy snow in Bosnia has disrupted road and air traffic in much of the country and forced an international winter sports competition to postpone some of its events.
Nicaraguans revolted last April when the government announced it was raising payroll taxes and cutting retirement benefits to bolster a social security program hemorrhaging money.
U.N. experts say that racial discrimination "is endemic" in Belgium's institutions and that the nation needs to apologize for crimes committed during its colonization of Congo.
The Latest on the crash of a Turkish military helicopter (all times local): 7:20 p.m.
The U.N. counter-terrorism chief is warning that recent losses by Islamic State extremists "should not lead to complacency at any level," saying the extremist group remains a global threat.
Russia's Emergencies Ministry says it has repatriated 27 children who are family members of the Islamic State Group jailed in Iraq.
Thailand's Election Commission has disqualified the sister of the country's king from becoming a candidate for prime minister in the March general election.
A Turkish official says a military helicopter has crashed in Istanbul while trying to make an emergency landing, injuring four soldiers.
An Italian aid group is reporting that a migrant smuggling ship with an estimated 150 people on board is in distress off Libya.
Authorities in Paris have launched an investigation after anti-Semitic graffiti was found Saturday sprayed across a bagel shop in the city's old Jewish quarter.
Holocaust victims killed in Nazi gas chambers "found some sense of relief in knowing what was happening," making them better off than refugees denied entry to Australia, a prominent Australian doctor was quoted as saying Monday.