Police dog finds missing mom and baby on first job
A rookie police dog helped rescue a missing mother and her 1-year-old child on the edge of a ravine during his first night on the job in the United Kingdom Saturday, police said. | 06-Aug-2020 04:30

Spain’s coronavirus cases have increased seen lockdown measures were eased in late June
New coronavirus cases in Spain have steadily increased since the country reopened the economy and eased lockdown measure on June 21, but the country is now seeing daily coronavirus figures similar to April, when the country starting entering the down curve. | 06-Aug-2020 04:17

China condemns US decision to send senior official to Taiwan
 The U.S. secretary of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, has scheduled an unprecedented visit to Taiwan next week, marking the first visit by a senior U.S. official since 1979. | 06-Aug-2020 04:14

Heartstopping video shows Lebanese bride posing for shoot moments before massive explosion rocked capital
A stunning video recorded Tuesday captures a Lebanese bride in Beirut moments before a massive explosion that killed 135 people and injured thousands of others. | 06-Aug-2020 02:35

Uighur model sends rare video from Chinese detention
A 31-year-old Uighur man appears in a newly published video that offers a rare view inside the Communist Party’s secretive “reeducation” camps. | 06-Aug-2020 02:18

Massive fire breaks out at market in Ajman near Dubai
A massive fire broke out Wednesday evening at a market in Ajman, an emirate in the United Arab Emirates located about 30 miles from Dubai. | 05-Aug-2020 23:45

Montreal cop's 'good deed' leads to his suspension
A veteran Montreal police constable who wanted to perform a good deed has ended up getting suspended without pay. | 05-Aug-2020 20:44

Qatar’s alleged finance of Hezbollah terrorist movement puts US troops at risk, dossier claims
Qatar's monarchy allegedly financed weapons deliveries to the global terrorist group Hezbollah, endangering the nearly 10,000 U.S. troops stations in the emirate, according to a damning new dossier viewed by Fox News. | 05-Aug-2020 19:46

Beirut explosion leaves 300,000 homeless, Lebanese port officials under house arrest
A massive explosion that tore through Beirut left some 300,000 people homeless, and Lebanese port officials have been placed on house arrest on Wednesday amid an ongoing investigation into what caused the blast that so far has killed at least 100 people and injured thousands more. | 05-Aug-2020 19:32

Beirut blast devastation seen in new satellite images
The scale of devastation from Tuesday's Beirut blast can be seen in new satellite images that provide a sobering perspective of the pair of explosions that killed more than 100 people, injured 4,000 others and leveled several warehouses and buildings nearby. | 05-Aug-2020 18:07

Beirut explosion: Pompeo says US is ready to help, Australia donates $1.4M as international community responds
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was one of a number of high-ranking international officials to offer help to Lebanon in the wake of a devastating explosion that tore through Beirut on Tuesday, leaving at least 100 people dead and injuring thousands more. | 05-Aug-2020 15:12

Deadly Beirut blast wiped out 85% of grain silos
The blast occurred at Beirut's port, which manages 60% of all imports for Lebanon. | 05-Aug-2020 15:08

Beirut explosion: Rescue workers frantically search for survivors as Lebanon capital confronts massive devastation
Rescuers on Wednesday are working frantically to search for survivors in Beirut a day after a massive explosion rocked the Lebanese capital, leaving at least 100 dead and some 4,000 injured. | 05-Aug-2020 14:37

Tourist snaps toes off 19th century statue while posing for photo: report
An Austrian tourist damaged a plaster model of a 200-year-old sculpture in Italy last week while trying to take a selfie with the artwork, according to multiple reports. | 05-Aug-2020 11:46

At least 100 dead, more than 4,000 injured in Beirut explosion: Lebanese Red Cross
At least 100 people are dead and more than 4,000 injured in an explosion that rocked Beirut Tuesday, a Lebanese Red Cross official said. | 05-Aug-2020 08:14

China rankled by HHS Secretary Azar's upcoming Taiwan visit
Health and Human Services Director Alex Azar will lead a delegation to Taiwan in the coming days in an effort to strengthen economic ties and mutual support during the coronavirus pandemic. | 05-Aug-2020 07:13

Trump description of Beirut blast as ‘attack’ is premature, some US officials say
Soon after President Trump called Tuesday’s massive explosion in Beirut an “attack” and “a bomb of some kind,” citing information from “some of our great generals,” multiple U.S. officials told Fox News that so far no evidence suggests that is true. | 05-Aug-2020 06:46

Pentagon calls for sea-launched nuclear missiles, but China condemns US 'military hegemony'
U.S. security officials have said that the development of sea-launched nuclear missiles is necessary to combat Russia, which has been developing their tactical nuclear weapons. | 05-Aug-2020 04:08

French man beaten up with bats for asking laundromat patron to wear coronavirus face mask: Report
A French man said he was attacked with baseball bats at a laundromat last week after he asked someone to wear a coronavirus protective face mask, according to a Tuesday report. | 05-Aug-2020 01:00

Australian woman bashed cop's head into 'concrete' for asking about mask: report
An Australian woman allegedly bashed a cop’s head into the ground after being stopped for not wearing a mask — and police believe she’s part of a growing trend of “sovereign citizens,” | 05-Aug-2020 00:04

China vows retaliation if US continues 'hostile actions' against journalists
China promised Tuesday that they would take necessary actions against American journalists in Hong Kong, if the U.S. did not stop all “hostile action[s]” and grant visa extensions to U.S.–based Chinese journalists. | 04-Aug-2020 23:17

Beirut blasts likely accidental – but Hezbollah activities at the port under scrutiny
A series of massive explosions rocked Beirut’s port on Tuesday – a mushroom cloud rising above the widespread destruction that claimed the lives of at least 50 people and wounded hundreds more in the Lebanon capital. | 04-Aug-2020 22:43

Factory exposion in China's Hubei province kills at least 6, report says
Six people were killed and four others injured in an explosion Tuesday at a chemical factory near the Chinese city of Wuhan, according to a report. | 04-Aug-2020 22:21

Munich Airport police search woman's wooden box, find husband's bones
Police at Munich Airport got a surprise during their search of a wooden box being transported by a 74-year-old passenger that turned out to contain the bones of the woman's dead husband, officials said Tuesday. | 04-Aug-2020 20:25

Mexico’s students to be homeschooled with television instead of in-person classes
Schools in Mexico will not reopen for the new academic year later this month, and children will instead be homeschooled using television during the coronavirus pandemic, the country’s education secretary said Monday. | 04-Aug-2020 20:10

Huge explosions rock Beirut with widespread damage, injuries
BEIRUT (AP) — Massive explosions rocked downtown Beirut on Tuesday, flattening much of the port, damaging buildings and blowing out windows and doors as a giant mushroom cloud rose above the capital. Witnesses saw many people injured by flying glass and debris. | 04-Aug-2020 19:10

Beirut blast: Massive explosion shakes Lebanon's capital; at least 70 dead, thousands injured
A massive explosion shook Lebanon's capital Beirut on Tuesday wounding a number of people and causing widespread damage. | 04-Aug-2020 18:06

California man abducted by Iran while traveling through Dubai, family claims
A California man is believed to have been abducted by Iranian authorities while traveling through Dubai, his family told the Associated Press this week. | 04-Aug-2020 17:18

North Korea has likely developed mini nukes to fit into warheads of ballistic missiles: report
North Korea has likely developed a mini nuclear device that could fit into the warheads of its ballistic missile, a new United Nations report suggests. | 04-Aug-2020 16:32

Melbourne police report 'dangerous' rise in coronavirus lockdown resistance
Police in Melbourne, Australia, are warning the public of a "dangerous" rise in people resisting COVID-19-related lockdown measures. | 04-Aug-2020 16:01

British-Australian academic jailed in Iran’s notorious desert prison 'is well,' Australia says
Australia’s ambassador to Iran visited a British-Australian academic being held in a notorious Iranian desert prison and found that she “is well,” Australia’s government said Tuesday. | 04-Aug-2020 15:40

Honeymoon couple stranded by coronavirus returns home by hitching 5,000-mile ride on Antarctic fishing boat
A New Zealand couple who became stranded in March on their honeymoon because of the coronavirus has finally returned home – after hitching a more than 5,000-mile ride on an Antarctic fishing boat. | 04-Aug-2020 15:06

Missing sailors rescued from Pacific island after SOS signal spotted in the sand
Three men were rescued from a small, uninhabited Pacific island after writing a giant SOS sign in the sand, the Australian Defense Department said on Monday. | 04-Aug-2020 14:13

Outcry after 12-year-old girl in Sweden killed in drive-by shooting in suburban gang feud
The Swedish government vowed Tuesday to find the perpetrators of a drive-by shooting that killed a 12-year-old girl in what authorities said appears to be the latest violence from suburban feuds between criminal gangs fighting over territory. | 04-Aug-2020 13:39

UN says 1 billion students affected by closures, largest amount in history
The United Nations chief says the coronavirus pandemic has led to the largest disruption of education in history, with schools closed in more than 160 countries in mid-July affecting more than 1 billion students. | 04-Aug-2020 11:51

ICE removes Honduran man wanted in home country for murder
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Friday removed a Honduran national who was illegally present in the U.S. and wanted in Honduras for murder. | 03-Aug-2020 23:50

Mexican national dies after apparent fall from Arizona border wall
The man was found injured in an open field near Yuma, Arizona by agents from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection on July 26. | 03-Aug-2020 22:43

Spain’s ex-king leaving country amid allegations of financial misconduct
Former Spanish King Juan Carlos I is leaving Spain for another, unspecified, country after an investigation accused him of hiding millions gifted to him by Saudi Arabia, the royal family said Monday. | 03-Aug-2020 21:38

Coronavirus deaths in Iran three times the official numbers, leaked report claims
While it is no secret that Iran has been the hardest-hit country in the Middle East when it comes to coronavirus – officially termed COVID-19 – infections and deaths, new data shows that the fatality rate is some three times what government officials have claimed. | 03-Aug-2020 21:16

Vulnerable eastern China areas evacuated ahead of Typhoon Hagupit
China’s National Meteorological Center said Typhoon Hagupit is expected to come ashore between Zhejiang and Fujian provinces. Shanghai is expected to feel the effects. | 03-Aug-2020 19:20

Lithuanian man presumed dead turns up alive 5 years later hiding in UK woods
Ricardas Puisys was 35 when he was last seen in September 2015, just weeks after police learned he could be in danger. | 03-Aug-2020 18:56

Egypt faces reckoning over sex crimes as 'Assault Police' page is shut down
Inaction by Egyptian law enforcement, coupled with a justice system that often benefited the wealthy and connected, has empowered women to take matters into their own hands. | 03-Aug-2020 18:44

Emeritus Pope Benedict falls ill after return from visiting late brother in Germany
Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI has fallen ill after his return from a trip to his native Bavaria to visit his brother, who died a month ago, a German newspaper reported Monday. | 03-Aug-2020 15:52

Humpback whale injures Australian swimmer at Ningaloo Reef, reports say
An Australian woman was seriously injured Saturday while swimming with humpback whales at a tourist hotspot in Western Australia. | 03-Aug-2020 15:10

John Hume, who worked to end N. Ireland violence, dies at 83
Politician John Hume, who won Nobel Peace Prize for work to end violence in his native Northern Ireland, has died, his family said. He was 83. | 03-Aug-2020 11:35

Afghan forces retake prison after ISIS attack that killed at least 29
Afghan forces retook a prison in the country’s east on Monday afternoon, following an hours-long gunbattle a day after the facility was targeted by Islamic State militants in an attack that killed 29 people. | 03-Aug-2020 10:35

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