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The Mexican army says it has freed 34 Central American migrants who had been kidnapped in the northern state of Tamaulipas, across from Texas.
The Israeli military said early Friday the country has launched airstrikes on “terror sites in Gaza,” hours after rockets were fired on Tel Aviv.
Bolivia's left-wing president on Thursday compared Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido to an erstwhile colonial viceroy and spoke out against any military intervention in the troubled country.
Graciela Garcia Romero says she was in her 20s when a former navy captain turned her into a sex slave in Buenos Aires.
The Mexican government is launching a plan to give Mexicans living in the United States a voice on national policy.
Israel's prime minister has convened an urgent meeting with senior military officials following a rocket attack on Tel Aviv from the Gaza Strip.
A Moroccan official says at least 21 migrants have been rescued at sea by the Royal Marines after their rubber dinghy floundered.
Two rockets were fired at the Israeli city of Tel Aviv Thursday night, triggering air raid warning sirens, the country's military said.
The Israeli military said air raid warning sirens were triggered in Tel Aviv on Thursday.
A Russian-American crew of three has blasted off to the International Space Station, making a second attempt to reach the outpost after October's aborted launch.
Rasmea Odeh is slated to deliver a speech in Berlin on Friday about “Palestinian women in the liberation struggle.” Richard Grenell has called on authorities to prevent her from entering the country
A Canadian man known as “The Butcher of Gatineau” for killing and dismembering his then-girlfriend in 1999 has been granted parole and hopes to start a new life as a transgender woman in a halfway house.
Yemeni military officials say the Saudi-led coalition launched a series of airstrikes along the Yemen-Saudi border that mistakenly killed and wounded forces allied with the government.
The head of Saudi Arabia's Human Rights Commission says judicial authorities in the kingdom have held three court sessions over the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, calling it an "unfortunate accident" and a "heinous crime."
German authorities are probing hundreds of threatening emails sent by supposed neo-Nazis targeting politicians, lawyers, a pop singer and others.
An Australian man was able to block an arrow from hitting him by using his phone, police said.
Greek carnivals at this time of year can be modest but they showcase ancient rites and traditions as well as providing reminders to some bloody moments in the country's modern history.
Danish authorities say a deadly accident which saw a high-speed passenger train strike a semi-trailer that fell off a freight train coming from the opposite direction, "very likely" happened because the unit "wasn't properly secured."
More than 6 million people have been affected by a water shortage in large areas of the Philippine capital and a nearby province, with long lines forming for rationed water.