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Anti-Semitic incidents were up 37 percent in 2017, according to new figures showing an increase in such crimes for the third consecutive year.
Trump criticized France's performance in two world wars and pointed to President Emmanuel Macron's low approval ratings on a day when the nation was remembering the deaths of 130 people in the 2015 attacks.
Bishops aren't allowed to vote on anything binding but are forging ahead with discussions.
National security adviser John Bolton cited “those who have listened” to the Turkish recording.
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“We have to have a Europe that can defend itself alone — and without only relying on the United States — in a more sovereign manner,” is what the French president said.
An estimated 2.6 million Americans living abroad are eligible to vote. Only 4 percent voted in 2014.
Mexico tried and failed to bring El Chapo to justice. Now he'll face trial in the United States.
A Brooklyn courthouse is under heavy security as opening arguments commence for the accused cartel leader.
Washington is souring on the war, but it's not clear if concrete policy action is coming.
She is trying to complete a full year in the job, but the president wants her out sooner, officials say.
Palestinian militants launched hundreds of rockets toward Israel, while Israeli fighter jets carried out raids.
Britain’s future has divided the siblings and their father.
Claudia Patatas and Adam Thomas had long denied being leading members of the banned Nazi-admiring group National Action.
North Korea has stopped its test launches, but it's still adding to its stockpiles of missiles and nuclear materials.
The tweets came just hours after a supposed show of international unity in France.
President Trump is skipping the regional summits in Asia at a time of heightened rivalry with Beijing.
The U.S. government says it is working to “harden” the border crossing from Tijuana, Mexico, to prepare for the arrival of a migrant caravan leapfrogging its way across western Mexico
UK government confirms Cabinet will meet Wednesday to discuss draft Brexit deal
Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says that he’s been barred from leaving Russia
Lebanon’s prime minister-designate has accused Hezbollah of hindering the formation of a new government six months after parliamentary elections
Spain’s government is eyeing ambitious steps to tackle climate change, including a ban on the sale of gas and diesel cars from 2040
Officials say informal truce around and in Yemen’s Red Sea port city of Hodeida has taken hold
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