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Search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 Suspended

(KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia) — Officials have called off the search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 after an intensive $160-million effort that lasted nearly three years and scoured some ... Read More

Russia Sanctions Explained: A Look at What Trump Could Roll Back

(MOSCOW) -- President-elect Donald Trump floated the idea over the weekend of a new negotiation with Russia that would involve rolling back President Obama's crippling economic sanctions against Russia in exchange for its enhanced reduction of nuclea... Read More

Cargo Plane Crashes in Kyrgyzstan, Killing 37

(BISHKEK, Kyrgyzstan) -- At least 37 people are dead and others wounded after a cargo plane crashed near Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, authorities announced on Monday.

Just before 4:30 a.m. local time, the plane, operated by ACT Airl... Read More

Humanitarian Officials Warn of Repeating Syria ‘Tragedies’ in 2017

(NEW YORK) — Some of the world's top humanitarian aid and refugees officials said in a statement Monday that "up to 700,000 people, including an estimated 300,000 children, still remain trapped" in 15 besieged areas in Syria.

The off... Read More

Reince Priebus: 'Yet To Be Seen' If Iran Deal Will Stand

(NEW YORK) --  President-elect Donald Trump’s incoming chief of staff offered some hope that the new administration will abide by the Iran nuclear deal instead of tearing it up.

Asked by ABC News' George Stephanopoulos on Th... Read More

British Prime Minister Theresa May to Appear on US Vogue Cover

(LONDON) -- British Prime Minister Theresa May is set to be featured on the cover of the U.S. version of Vogue, Downing Street confirmed to BBC, becoming the first pr... Read More

For Many, the European Dream Stops in Serbia

(BELGRADE, Serbia) -- Once applauded for its treatment of migrants and refugees, Serbia has recently become a frozen, forlorn purgatory. For those trapped on the Balkans route from the Mediterranean Sea to Germany, there's nowhere left to go.
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Donald Trump Suggests He's Open to Lifting Russian Sanctions, 'One China' Policy

(NEW YORK) -- President-elect Donald Trump has suggested that he is open to lifting the recently-imposed sanctions on Russia if Vladimir Putin assists the U.S. in its anti-terror initiatives and in other matters.

But the sanctions, imposed... Read More

Poland Officially Welcomes US Forces Deployed for NATO Allies

(ZAGAN, Poland) -- More than 3,000 U.S. troops were welcomed by Polish Prime Minister Beata Szydlo and the country's defense minister, Antoni Macierewicz, on Saturday in a NATO show of force.

In the snowy, western Polish town of Zagan, Szydlo ... Read More

Senate Intel Committee May Use Subpoenas in Russian Hacking Investigation

(WASHINGTON) -- The Senate Intelligence Committee is launching an investigation into the Russian hacking scandal which has cast a pall over the 2016 election, lawmakers said Friday.

"As part of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence&r... Read More

Russian Ambassador Invited Trump Administration to Syria Peace Talks as US Issued Sanctions

(NEW YORK) -- Russia's ambassador to the U.S. invited the Trump administration to Syrian peace talks during a phone call in December -- on the same day the Obama administration announced sanctions against Russia in retaliation for its hacking during ... Read More