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A driver rammed a van into a crowd of Muslim worshipers leaving prayers at a north London mosque early Monday, in what police called a terrorist attack.
Greece has blocked a European Union statement slamming Beijing’s human-rights record at a U.N. body, sparking criticism from rights groups.
The resounding victory of President Emmanuel Macron’s fledgling political force in parliamentary elections crushed the traditional parties that have governed France since the end of World War II.
The vehicle caused a number of casualties in what police called a major incident. Witnesses said three people exited a van after it hit the crowd.
President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior White House adviser, Jared Kushner, plans to travel to the Middle East this week to try to advance U.S. efforts to reach an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal, a White House official said Sunday.
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Suspected jihadists attacked a hotel resort in Mali’s capital and took hostages. At least two people were killed in the attack.
The U.S.-led coalition said it had, for the first time, downed a Syrian plane after the plane attacked U.S.-backed forces fighting Islamic State in northern Syria.
French President Emmanuel Macron was set to win a commanding majority in parliamentary elections, empowering him to carry out economic overhauls.
Portfolio managers are questioning whether they should hold or buy new Venezuelan debt as the government has been squeezing imports of daily necessities, including food and medicine, to make debt payments.
The Brazilian government said it has suspended tear gas sales to Venezuela in response to its neighbor’s deadly repression of protests.
A day before negotiations between the U.K. and the European Union begin, Prime Minister Theresa May faced a ballooning crisis at home, with critics accusing her of fumbling the government’s response to a London apartment tower fire.
A North Korean official said that Otto Warmbier, the U.S. student released by North Korea last week in a coma after a 17-month detention, was “not an ordinary citizen of America,” adding that he was punished because he had sought to overthrow North Korea’s government.
Iraqi forces pushed into Mosul’s historic Old City, in what is expected to be the final and most intense phase of the fight to retake the country’s second-largest city from Islamic State control.
Forest fires in central Portugal have killed at least 57 people, many of whom died trapped in their cars as flames engulfed a road.
Taliban militants attacked a police headquarters in eastern Afghanistan on Sunday, killing at least eight policemen and injuring several others, Afghan officials said.
For more than a year, American diplomats held talks with Madame Choi Sun Hee, hoping to free U.S. hostages and even establish a diplomatic channel to constrain North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs.
China is staking a claim to supplanting the U.S. as a Pakistan’s most influential ally with tens of billions of dollars of investment, an embrace that promises Pakistan economic benefits and saddles it with debt—ensuring the relationship will last.
The European Union is set to extend economic sanctions on Russia in the coming days, but the bloc’s efforts to isolate Moscow over the Ukraine crisis are fading, even as Washington looks to toughen its stance.
The bodies of the seven sailors were recovered from inside the USS Fitzgerald as the investigation into what caused the collision off the coast of Japan continues.