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Several die in Italian bridge collapse during strong storm

Italian National Police(GENOA, Italy) --  A section of a towering highway bridge collapsed in Italy Tuesday, sending cars plunging 300 feet to the ground and killing several people, officials said.

The collapse in Genoa occurred during strong storms moving   ... Read More

Driver arrested for terrorism after crashing into barrier at British Parliament

ABC News(LONDON) -- Metropolitan Police have arrested the driver of a vehicle after he crashed into the barriers outside British Parliament in London and are holding him on suspicion of terrorist offenses.

The police confirmed only one person was   ... Read More

US soldier in Afghanistan dies from wounds in roadside blast

U.S. Army(WASHINGTON) -- A U.S. Army soldier has died from wounds sustained when a roadside bomb detonated near him while he was on patrol in southern Afghanistan, the Pentagon announced Monday. Staff Sgt. Reymund Rarogal Transfiguracion is the fifth   ... Read More

Inside the global manhunt for a father accused of dumping his infant in New York’s East River

WABC-TV(NEW YORK) -- The crime was extreme, even by New York City’s already extreme standards: a 7-month-old found by a tourist floating lifelessly in the murky water of the East River.

Though it didn’t take long to identify a   ... Read More

US general pushing Saudis to investigate deadly Yemen strike: Pentagon

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- The three-star American general dispatched by Defense Secretary James Mattis to look into last week's deadly Saudi airstrike in Yemen is pushing Riyadh to conduct a "timely and transparent investigation" into the incident, according to a Pentagon   ... Read More

Meghan Markle’s dad claims he lied to Prince Harry, hung up on him

Steve Parsons - WPA Pool/Getty Images(LONDON) -- After vowing to never speak to the press again, Meghan Markle’s father has done just that.

Thomas Markle penned a new op-ed in the U.K.’s The Mail on Sunday, attempting to debunk   ... Read More

At least 69 including 17 children dead in apartment building blast in Syria: Monitoring group

iStock/Thinkstock(LONDON) -- The death toll from an explosion in an apartment building in rebel-held northwestern Syria has risen to 69, including 17 children, a monitoring group said on Monday.

The explosion happened on Sunday morning in the town of   ... Read More

Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov has been on hunger strike for 90 days

Isa Foltin/Getty Images(MOSCOW) -- Oleg Sentsov has not eaten for 90 days.

For nearly three months, the Ukrainian film director has been on a hunger strike in a remote Russian prison, where advocates say he is being held as   ... Read More

Iran fired ballistic missile as part of naval exercise

iStock/Thinkstock(STRAIGHT OF HORMUZ, Iran) -- Iran fired a short range anti-ship missile last week as part of the short notice naval exercise it held near the Strait of Hormuz, according to two U.S. officials. Earlier this week the top   ... Read More

Germany loosens ban on Nazi symbols in video games

iStock/Thinkstock(BERLIN) -- Hitler-style mustaches and swastikas can now be used in video games in some instances, German regulators have ruled.

Germany's constitution forbids the use of symbols deemed "anti-constitutional," including Nazi party-affiliated symbols, and violation of those rules can   ... Read More

Rebels welcome call for investigation into airstrike in Yemen that killed dozens of children

ABC News(SAADA, Yemen) -- Houthi rebels welcomed a call for an international investigation into an airstrike that killed dozens of children traveling on a school bus in Yemen's Saada province Thursday.

"We welcome the call of the United Nations   ... Read More

Shooting in Canadian city leaves several dead, police say

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- At least four people were killed Friday morning in a shooting in Canada's eastern city of Fredericton, police said.

The Fredericton Police Force confirmed via Twitter that there were "multiple fatalities" from a shooting in the   ... Read More

Taliban storms strategic Afghan city, reportedly leaving several dead

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Taliban fighters stormed a provincial capital in Afghanistan before dawn on Friday, exchanging fire with security forces and reportedly leaving several dead.

The insurgents entered the southeastern city of Ghazni overnight, reportedly hiding inside homes, before   ... Read More

Australian teacher finds prehistoric shark teeth

Museums Victoria(NEW YORK) -- A teacher and fossil enthusiast found a giant set of prehistoric shark teeth estimated to be about 25 million years old at a beach in Australia.

Philip Mullaly found the set of shark teeth in   ... Read More

1,600 people evacuated due to flash floods in the south of France

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Heavy rains in the southeast of France caused flash flooding and led to the evacuation of 1,600 people in the Ardèche, Gard and Drôme regions for precautionary measures Thursday.

In the Gard region, where strong rains   ... Read More

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Several die in Italian bridge collapse during strong storm

Italian National Police(GENOA, Italy) --  A section of a towering highway bridge collapsed in Italy Tuesday, sending cars plunging 300 feet to the ground and killing several people, officials said.

The collapse in Genoa occurred during strong storms moving   ... Read More

Driver arrested for terrorism after crashing into barrier at British Parliament

ABC News(LONDON) -- Metropolitan Police have arrested the driver of a vehicle after he crashed into the barriers outside British Parliament in London and are holding him on suspicion of terrorist offenses.

The police confirmed only one person was   ... Read More

US soldier in Afghanistan dies from wounds in roadside blast

U.S. Army(WASHINGTON) -- A U.S. Army soldier has died from wounds sustained when a roadside bomb detonated near him while he was on patrol in southern Afghanistan, the Pentagon announced Monday. Staff Sgt. Reymund Rarogal Transfiguracion is the fifth   ... Read More

Inside the global manhunt for a father accused of dumping his infant in New York’s East River

WABC-TV(NEW YORK) -- The crime was extreme, even by New York City’s already extreme standards: a 7-month-old found by a tourist floating lifelessly in the murky water of the East River.

Though it didn’t take long to identify a   ... Read More

US general pushing Saudis to investigate deadly Yemen strike: Pentagon

iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- The three-star American general dispatched by Defense Secretary James Mattis to look into last week's deadly Saudi airstrike in Yemen is pushing Riyadh to conduct a "timely and transparent investigation" into the incident, according to a Pentagon   ... Read More

Meghan Markle’s dad claims he lied to Prince Harry, hung up on him

Steve Parsons - WPA Pool/Getty Images(LONDON) -- After vowing to never speak to the press again, Meghan Markle’s father has done just that.

Thomas Markle penned a new op-ed in the U.K.’s The Mail on Sunday, attempting to debunk   ... Read More

At least 69 including 17 children dead in apartment building blast in Syria: Monitoring group

iStock/Thinkstock(LONDON) -- The death toll from an explosion in an apartment building in rebel-held northwestern Syria has risen to 69, including 17 children, a monitoring group said on Monday.

The explosion happened on Sunday morning in the town of   ... Read More

Ukrainian film director Oleg Sentsov has been on hunger strike for 90 days

Isa Foltin/Getty Images(MOSCOW) -- Oleg Sentsov has not eaten for 90 days.

For nearly three months, the Ukrainian film director has been on a hunger strike in a remote Russian prison, where advocates say he is being held as   ... Read More

Iran fired ballistic missile as part of naval exercise

iStock/Thinkstock(STRAIGHT OF HORMUZ, Iran) -- Iran fired a short range anti-ship missile last week as part of the short notice naval exercise it held near the Strait of Hormuz, according to two U.S. officials. Earlier this week the top   ... Read More

Germany loosens ban on Nazi symbols in video games

iStock/Thinkstock(BERLIN) -- Hitler-style mustaches and swastikas can now be used in video games in some instances, German regulators have ruled.

Germany's constitution forbids the use of symbols deemed "anti-constitutional," including Nazi party-affiliated symbols, and violation of those rules can   ... Read More

Rebels welcome call for investigation into airstrike in Yemen that killed dozens of children

ABC News(SAADA, Yemen) -- Houthi rebels welcomed a call for an international investigation into an airstrike that killed dozens of children traveling on a school bus in Yemen's Saada province Thursday.

"We welcome the call of the United Nations   ... Read More

Shooting in Canadian city leaves several dead, police say

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- At least four people were killed Friday morning in a shooting in Canada's eastern city of Fredericton, police said.

The Fredericton Police Force confirmed via Twitter that there were "multiple fatalities" from a shooting in the   ... Read More

Taliban storms strategic Afghan city, reportedly leaving several dead

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Taliban fighters stormed a provincial capital in Afghanistan before dawn on Friday, exchanging fire with security forces and reportedly leaving several dead.

The insurgents entered the southeastern city of Ghazni overnight, reportedly hiding inside homes, before   ... Read More

Australian teacher finds prehistoric shark teeth

Museums Victoria(NEW YORK) -- A teacher and fossil enthusiast found a giant set of prehistoric shark teeth estimated to be about 25 million years old at a beach in Australia.

Philip Mullaly found the set of shark teeth in   ... Read More

1,600 people evacuated due to flash floods in the south of France

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Heavy rains in the southeast of France caused flash flooding and led to the evacuation of 1,600 people in the Ardèche, Gard and Drôme regions for precautionary measures Thursday.

In the Gard region, where strong rains   ... Read More

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