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What you need to know about rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula

iStock/Thinkstock(SEOUL) -- All 100 U.S. senators will gather Wednesday for a White House briefing on the volatility in North Korea.

The meeting -- announced last week and requested by Senate leadership – comes amid the U.S. Navy’s bilateral military   ... Read More

Trump picks fight with Canada over dairy products and trade

ABCNews.com(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday morning that the United States 'will not stand for' Canadian dairy trade policies that hurt American dairy farm exports, adding that the rules have "made business for our dairy farmers in Wisconsin   ... Read More

Ivanka Trump denies she was behind father’s decision to strike Syria

Sean Gallup/Getty Images(BERLIN) -- Ivanka Trump dismissed the idea that her father was influenced in his decision to authorize a strike against Syria because of her reaction to the chemical attack there days prior that killed dozens.

"That’s a   ... Read More

Spain arrests 9 suspected members of jihadi group in probe of Brussels attacks

zabelin/iStock/Thinkstock(BARCELONA) -- Nine suspected members of a jihadi group were arrested in raids today in Spain, most of whom are alleged to have a direct connection to people suspected of carrying out attacks in Brussels in 2016 that killed   ... Read More

Ivanka Trump brushes off hissing in Germany: ‘Politics is politics’

ABC News(BERLIN) -- Ivanka Trump brushed off the hissing that some audience members directed at her during the Women 20 Summit in Germany Tuesday when she expressed pride in her father’s advocacy of women, and specifically his campaign proposal   ... Read More

Yemen aid summit looking to pull nation from famine threatening millions with starvation

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A pledging conference to raise funds for war-torn Yemen is taking place in Geneva on Tuesday to help combat what the United Nations has called "largest humanitarian crisis in the world."

Ongoing violence has created   ... Read More

Leading French candidate targeted by group behind DNC hacks, research firm says

iStock/Thinkstock(PARIS) -- Leading French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron's campaign has been the target of cyberattacks at the hands of the same group linked to attacks against the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's campaign team, according to a reputable   ... Read More

Russia may be aiding Taliban, US general in Afghanistan says

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- Russia is believed to be the source of an influx of weapons to the Taliban in Afghanistan, General John Nicholson, the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, said in a press conference on Monday.

Secretary of Defense   ... Read More

‘Why we are here’: Syrian refugees lead tours of Berlin to share their stories

ABCNews.com(BERLIN) -- An estimated 1 million refugees came to Germany in 2015 alone, nearly half of them hailing from war-torn Syria. Thousands of Syrian newcomers seeking asylum in Germany have since settled in the nation's capital of Berlin, a   ... Read More

Le Pen stepping down from her party’s leadership as she fights for presidency

Chesnot/Getty Images(PARIS) -- French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen announced Monday that she is temporarily stepping down from her party's leadership as she battles for the presidency. She will face off against Emmanuel Macron during the second round of   ... Read More

Canadian bride and groom hit the slopes after wedding ceremony for ‘quiet moment together’

www.gadboisphotography.ca(TORONTO) -- This Canadian bride and groom hit the slopes after their wedding ceremony, using the few hours before their reception for a “quiet moment together to reflect.”

“It was super sentimental,” Andrew Leonard of Vancouver told ABC News.   ... Read More

US sanctions 271 Syrian government workers after chemical attack

ABCNews.com(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Treasury has announced sanctions against 271 employees of the Syrian government agency believed to be responsible for developing chemical weapons like those used in an attack on dozens of civilians in the country earlier this   ... Read More

UN Ambassador Nikki Haley: Chinese pressure on North Korea ‘working’

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- North Korea is trying to show strength at home by detaining another U.S. citizen while overall Chinese pressure on the East Asian nation is “working,” U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Monday   ... Read More

Emissary to the president: Ivanka Trump makes debut foreign trip

Win McNamee/Getty Images(BERLIN) -- Ivanka Trump is set to make her debut on the world stage Tuesday with her first official foreign trip to attend the W20 Summit in Germany, where she will be received not only as first   ... Read More

Centrist Macron, populist Le Pen claim victory in French election that has consequences for Europe

iStock/Thinkstock(PARIS) -- Far-right populist Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron claimed victory in Sunday's first-round vote in the French presidential election.

Besting nine other candidates, the two will now face off in a second and final round on   ... Read More

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What you need to know about rising tensions on the Korean Peninsula

iStock/Thinkstock(SEOUL) -- All 100 U.S. senators will gather Wednesday for a White House briefing on the volatility in North Korea.

The meeting -- announced last week and requested by Senate leadership – comes amid the U.S. Navy’s bilateral military   ... Read More

Trump picks fight with Canada over dairy products and trade

ABCNews.com(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday morning that the United States 'will not stand for' Canadian dairy trade policies that hurt American dairy farm exports, adding that the rules have "made business for our dairy farmers in Wisconsin   ... Read More

Ivanka Trump denies she was behind father’s decision to strike Syria

Sean Gallup/Getty Images(BERLIN) -- Ivanka Trump dismissed the idea that her father was influenced in his decision to authorize a strike against Syria because of her reaction to the chemical attack there days prior that killed dozens.

"That’s a   ... Read More

Spain arrests 9 suspected members of jihadi group in probe of Brussels attacks

zabelin/iStock/Thinkstock(BARCELONA) -- Nine suspected members of a jihadi group were arrested in raids today in Spain, most of whom are alleged to have a direct connection to people suspected of carrying out attacks in Brussels in 2016 that killed   ... Read More

Ivanka Trump brushes off hissing in Germany: ‘Politics is politics’

ABC News(BERLIN) -- Ivanka Trump brushed off the hissing that some audience members directed at her during the Women 20 Summit in Germany Tuesday when she expressed pride in her father’s advocacy of women, and specifically his campaign proposal   ... Read More

Yemen aid summit looking to pull nation from famine threatening millions with starvation

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A pledging conference to raise funds for war-torn Yemen is taking place in Geneva on Tuesday to help combat what the United Nations has called "largest humanitarian crisis in the world."

Ongoing violence has created   ... Read More

Leading French candidate targeted by group behind DNC hacks, research firm says

iStock/Thinkstock(PARIS) -- Leading French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron's campaign has been the target of cyberattacks at the hands of the same group linked to attacks against the Democratic National Committee and Hillary Clinton's campaign team, according to a reputable   ... Read More

Russia may be aiding Taliban, US general in Afghanistan says

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- Russia is believed to be the source of an influx of weapons to the Taliban in Afghanistan, General John Nicholson, the commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, said in a press conference on Monday.

Secretary of Defense   ... Read More

‘Why we are here’: Syrian refugees lead tours of Berlin to share their stories

ABCNews.com(BERLIN) -- An estimated 1 million refugees came to Germany in 2015 alone, nearly half of them hailing from war-torn Syria. Thousands of Syrian newcomers seeking asylum in Germany have since settled in the nation's capital of Berlin, a   ... Read More

Le Pen stepping down from her party’s leadership as she fights for presidency

Chesnot/Getty Images(PARIS) -- French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen announced Monday that she is temporarily stepping down from her party's leadership as she battles for the presidency. She will face off against Emmanuel Macron during the second round of   ... Read More

Canadian bride and groom hit the slopes after wedding ceremony for ‘quiet moment together’

www.gadboisphotography.ca(TORONTO) -- This Canadian bride and groom hit the slopes after their wedding ceremony, using the few hours before their reception for a “quiet moment together to reflect.”

“It was super sentimental,” Andrew Leonard of Vancouver told ABC News.   ... Read More

US sanctions 271 Syrian government workers after chemical attack

ABCNews.com(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Treasury has announced sanctions against 271 employees of the Syrian government agency believed to be responsible for developing chemical weapons like those used in an attack on dozens of civilians in the country earlier this   ... Read More

UN Ambassador Nikki Haley: Chinese pressure on North Korea ‘working’

ABC News(NEW YORK) -- North Korea is trying to show strength at home by detaining another U.S. citizen while overall Chinese pressure on the East Asian nation is “working,” U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Monday   ... Read More

Emissary to the president: Ivanka Trump makes debut foreign trip

Win McNamee/Getty Images(BERLIN) -- Ivanka Trump is set to make her debut on the world stage Tuesday with her first official foreign trip to attend the W20 Summit in Germany, where she will be received not only as first   ... Read More

Centrist Macron, populist Le Pen claim victory in French election that has consequences for Europe

iStock/Thinkstock(PARIS) -- Far-right populist Marine Le Pen and centrist Emmanuel Macron claimed victory in Sunday's first-round vote in the French presidential election.

Besting nine other candidates, the two will now face off in a second and final round on   ... Read More

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