European leaders face questions over funding Greek banks and whether to restart bailout talks.

Long lines persist at ATMs as the European Central Bank debates emergency funding for the country's fragile banking system.

Yanis Varoufakis’s resignation may appease European officials, but his blog post announcing the move sounded like a war cry.

The bomb was dropped because of a “technical fault” during a sortie that targeted Islamic State militants.

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Egypt to foreign journalists: Don’t call them ‘ISIS’ fighters, call them ‘eradicators’

Other suggestions: "Slaughterers," "destroyers."

The terrible, sexist tweet that shows how far women’s soccer still has to go

The official Twitter account of the English national team scored an own goal.

The amazing story of a tsunami survivor who turned into a soccer star

How one Indonesian boy went from near-death amid a horrific natural disaster to the threshold of fulfilling a childhood dream.

There were no signs of panic as markets remained relatively confident the Greek crisis can be contained.

An American cultural export gives voice to the angry and frustrated, and that’s its appeal in Brazil.

A father and daughter dueled it out on social media as the crisis sharpened anger throughout the country.

Militant teachers in the state of Oaxaca have burned buildings and seized plazas to protest merit tests.

Cheating in school is commonplace, but mysterious deaths make this probe into test-rigging different.

With a Tuesday deadline near, the top U.S. diplomat said ‘hard choices’ are needed to reach a final agreement.

Beji Caid Essebsi said the country is “not safe” and risks collapse from further extremist attacks.

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As few as 2 percent of Chinese 6-month-olds are breast-fed, one of the world’s lowest rates.

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Referendum’s outcome will influence how E.U. leaders handle challenges of war in Ukraine, migrant crisis and Islamist militancy.

Head of the atomic inspectors said investigation of Iran's past nuclear could be done by year's end.

After capturing peaks, soldiers are ready to push into the “treacherous“ Shawal Valley, army chief says.

The Taliban, increased presence of the Islamic State require U.S. troop involvement beyond 2016, he said.

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Latin America’s first pope arrived in this port city on Monday for the first big event of a three-nation tour where he’s set compassion for the weak and respect for the environment as central themes.

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Here are the latest developments from Pope Francis’ trip to South America:

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The European Union’s top prosecutor said Monday she has been told that smugglers’ boats bringing migrants across the Mediterranean to Europe are also carrying Islamic State group fighters.

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Hungary’s parliament on Monday approved amendments tightening the country’s asylum system, a response to the record number of migrants and refugees reaching the country over the past year.

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A day before the new deadline for a nuclear accord, Iran pushed Monday to lift the U.N. arms embargo on the country as a parallel deal — a demand that the United States opposes as it seeks to limit Tehran’s Mideast clout.

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A massive airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition targeting rebels hit a local marketplace in Yemen, killing over 45 civilians on Monday, security officials and eyewitnesses said.

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