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Star of France's political right serves red meat to US conservative conference

(NATIONAL HARBOR, Md.) --  After laying low for a year following her aunt’s humiliating election defeat, French hard-right firebrand Marion Marechal-Le Pen came roaring back at the Conserva... Read More

Nigerian officials apologize as dozens of schoolgirls remain missing after suspected Boko Haram attack

(NEW YORK) --  Three days after suspected Boko Haram fighters attacked a school in northeast Nigeria and kidnapped dozens of schoolgirls, local officials have apologized to parents for mistakenly announcing that some of the students had been res... Read More

Package containing a 'substance' reportedly addressed to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle prompts anthrax scare

(LONDON)  -- British authorities today said they are investigating a package containing a “substance” that was delivered last week to St. James's Palace in London, reportedly addressed to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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Video shows police officer catching boy who fell from third-story building

(ASYUT, Egypt) -- Dramatic footage has emerged of three police officers in Egypt who helped catch a boy who fell from the third floor of a building last week.

In the town of Asyut, south of Cairo, on Feb. 17, a 5-year-old child was danglin... Read More

Kim Yo Jong, North Korean leader's sister, pregnant with 2nd child: Report

(NEW YORK) -- Kim Yo Jong, the sister of North Korea’s supreme leader, is pregnant with a second child, according to South Korean media reports.

During her visit to South Korea as part of a high-level delegation at the beginning of t... Read More

'Small explosion' near US embassy in Montenegro, investigation 'evolving'

(NEW YORK) -- There was a "small explosion" near the U.S. embassy compound in Podgorica, the capital of the Balkan nation of Montenegro, at approximately midnight local time Thursday, the State Department has confirmed to ABC News.

"At 00:... Read More

Russian troll farm financier also backs Russian mercenaries in Syria: Officials

(NEW YORK) -- The Kremlin ally indicted last week as a key figure in Russia's online election influence operation is also tied to a shadowy military contractor whose Russian mercenaries recently launched an attack on American forces in Syria, U.S. of... Read More

25 injured after ferry explosion

(NEW YORK) --  An explosion on a ferry in Mexico has left a number of people injured, according to local officials in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo.

The explosion took place when passengers were disembarking from the ferry, according ... Read More

One family's struggle to conserve water in dire Cape Town drought

(CAPE TOWN, South Africa) --  Living sustainably borders almost on an obsession for the James family.

They grow much of their own food, only use organic products, keep chickens and have long used the many natural springs around Cape Town ... Read More

Airstrikes pound Damascus suburb for fourth day, leaving more than 300 civilians dead

(NEW YORK) -- Pro-government forces pounded rebel-held Eastern Ghouta for the fourth day in a row Wednesday, killing at least 38 civilians, including four children, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a U.K.-based monitoring group said.

S... Read More

Secret meeting between Pence, North Koreans scrapped at last minute, official says

(PYEONGCHANG, South Korea) -- A secret meeting planned between Vice President Mike Pence and North Korean officials at the Olympics was scrapped at the last minute, an official in Pence's office has confirmed to ABC News.

An account of the... Read More