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Donald Trump Jr., the older son of the U.S. president-elect, in October participated in a private meeting in Paris at which the possibility of supporting Russian efforts to halt the war in Syria was discussed, The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
A strong earthquake has shaken the same area in Japan hit by a magnitude-7.4 earthquake two days ago.
Seven bodies were found in three clandestine graves in Zitlala, a city in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero, officials said Wednesday.
President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday tapped Betsy DeVos to be his education secretary, the first woman to be appointed to his cabinet and a defender of allowing parents to use public funds to send their children to private or religious schools.
Former French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, who presided over key climate talks in Paris last year, says he doesn't know what to make of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's contradictory statements on global warming.
A civilian self-defense commander says a suicide bomber has exploded outside a bus station in Nigeria's northeastern city of Maiduguri, killing himself and one other person.
At least eight suspected drug traffickers were arrested Wednesday in Rio de Janeiro's Cidade de Deus favela, or shantytown, as part of an operation that deployed about 400 Brazilian police officers in the slum following six days of shootouts.
Colombian actress Amparo Grisales on Wednesday here presented her new book entitled "Mi sabia naturaleza," a guide for leading a healthy life in which she talks about the uses and properties of plants and herbs she has learned about and used.
The USS Zumwalt – at a cost of $4.4 billion, the most expensive destroyer in the American fleet – experienced a loss of propulsion Monday as it transited the canal and had to be towed to a repair facility.
Officials in the Mexican resort of Cancun and nearby cities have rounded up scores of Uber cars and taken them to impound lots until drivers pay fines of about $2,800 apiece.
16-year-old Damien Ramirez died, police said, after being shot multiple times in Miami. Another man in his late 50s was shot in the arm, but he is expected to be OK.
A U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer suffered a mechanical problem while crossing the Panama Canal and is undergoing repairs at a Panamanian facility, the U.S. Embassy in the Central American nation said Wednesday
They came by the hundreds — men, women and children fleeing the battle for Mosul, some bloodied and crying out for help. So large was the crowd on the road that Iraqi troops initially ordered them back, worried that an Islamic State suicide bomber could be hiding among them.
Jamaica fosters a "culture of fear" and impunity linked to a high rate of killings by police officers that stretches back for years on the Caribbean island with chronically eye-popping rates of violent crime, Amnesty International alleges in a report issued Wednesday.
The teachers are gone.
Sales of new homes in the United States fell 1.9 percent in October to an annualized rate of 563,000 units, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday.
It’s the sort of grisly finding that seems to happen nearly every week in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero: A drug gang’s camp where a kidnapping victim was rescued, body parts were found in a cooler and the remains of seven bodies were extracted from clandestine burial pits.
Finland's defense minister says he does not see the recent deployment of Russian missiles in the Baltic region as a direct threat but warns that a negative spiral of actions and counter-actions could cause "something to happen, even if only accidentally." In an interview Wednesday with Finnish MTV3 News, Jussi Niinisto said that similar movements of missiles had occurred before and that countries watched such actions closely.
Egypt has referred 22 policemen to trial over a prison break near the Suez Canal city of Ismailia.