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EU threatens Lebanese politicians with sanctions over crisis
The European Union’s foreign policy chief has berated Lebanese politicians for delays in forming a new Cabinet, warning the union could impose sanctions on those behind the political stalemate in the crisis-hit country
Polarized by war, Armenia votes Sunday in an early election
Armenians head to polls Sunday for an early parliamentary election stemming from a political crisis that has engulfed the country in the aftermath of the last year’s fighting with Azerbaijan over the separatist region of Nagorno-Karabakh
Partygoers, police injured at curfew-busting rave in France
A 22-year-old man lost his hand and several others were also injured amid violence as police tried to break up an unauthorized rave party in western France
Warsaw pride parade back after pandemic break and backlash
Warsaw is set to hold the largest gay pride parade in the region after a pandemic-induced break — and amid a backlash in Poland and Hungary against LGBT rights
Hard-line judiciary head wins Iran presidency as turnout low
Iran’s hard-line judiciary chief has won the country’s presidential election in a landslide victory
AP PHOTOS: On patrol with police in Paris' tough suburbs
Both fuming and bragging, the man told the police officers that he used his car as a weapon during the street battle in a northern suburb of Paris, ramming the vehicle into a fighter from a rival group. “I destroyed him,” the man said. “For certain, he’s at the hospital. He’s got a cut on his skull, he’s got a cut on his mouth.” For the veteran police major called out to deal with the aftermath of another bloody brawl, the eye-opener this time was the sheer brutality, the clear intent on both sides to gravely wound and perhaps permanently maim. On a national level, such disorder is translating into polarized and politicized debate about violence ahead of France's presidential elections next year and local elections this month. President Emmanuel Macron’s opponents are using the perennial hot-button issues of crime and policing to attract votes. Violent rivalries have long been part of the policing geography in the rotting high-rises of tough Paris-region neighborhoods where...
Editor, CEO denied bail in Apple Daily case in Hong Kong
A Hong Kong court has ordered the top editor of pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily and the head of its parent company held without bail in the first hearing since their arrest under the city’s national security law
Moderate candidate in Iran's presidential election concedes loss to hard-line judiciary chief in Instagram post
Moderate candidate in Iran's presidential election concedes loss to hard-line judiciary chief in Instagram post
Mexican elderly lose work as grocery baggers, protest
The coronavirus pandemic and changing consumer habits threaten to put an end to a decades-old practice of allowing elderly people in Mexico to earn extra income as grocery store baggers
Leaders of Germany, France urge vigilance over virus variant
The leaders of Germany and France have called for vigilance to prevent the spread of a coronavirus variant that this week prompted Britain to delay the planned relaxation of pandemic restrictions in England
Apathy greets Iran presidential vote dominated by hard-liner
Iranians have voted in a presidential election dominated by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s hard-line protege after the disqualification of his strongest competition
U.S. general: 'wildfire of terrorism' on march in Africa
A senior U.S. general has warned that the “wildfire of terrorism” is sweeping across a band of Africa and needs the attention of the world
Uganda tightens lockdown measures as virus cases surge
Uganda is tightening lockdown measures in a bid to stem a surge in coronavirus cases
In Iran's subdued election, many voters appear to stay home
Iranian state TV showed voters streaming to cast their ballots, but very different scenes were playing out on Tehran’s streets, where traffic was light and polling places appeared relatively empty
Tens of thousands in dark after blackout hits USVI
The U.S. Virgin Islands' power company is reporting a complete blackout in St. John and St. Thomas, which is the U.S. territory’s most populated island
US-Canada border restrictions extended until July 21
Canada’s public safety minister says border restrictions on nonessential travel with the United States will be extended until July 21
Palestinian Authority calls off million-dose vaccine exchange with Israel, says doses sent by Israel expire too soon
Palestinian Authority calls off million-dose vaccine exchange with Israel, says doses sent by Israel expire too soon
Portugal mayor: Protesters' details were given to embassies
Lisbon's mayor says the city council in Portugal's capital has for years provided foreign embassies with personal information about protesters who organize demonstrations outside their premises
Scores abducted in latest school kidnapping in north Nigeria
Gunmen abducted scores of children from a school in northwest Nigeria, the second kidnapping from a school in the country’s north within a week
Union leader killed in Italy when truck forces picket line
A labor union leader has died in northern Italy after a truck apparently broke through a picket line outside a supermarket warehouse facility and struck him
UK's Conservatives suffer defeat in 'blue wall' seat
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party has lost a special election for a Parliament seat it held for decades

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Shillue: The Olympics isn't about good sportsmanship
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Why Paul Manafort no longer fit with the Trump campaign
Washington Post political reporter James Hohmann explains resignation on 'America's Newsroom'
Why it pays to be a male athlete?
Sports Court: Tamara Holder and Leigh Steinberg discuss sponsorship disparity between male and female athletes
Surveillance video shows US swimmers at Rio gas station
Lochte, Bentz and Feige seen leaving bathroom, trying to get into wrong taxi
World's largest aircraft takes maiden voyage
Raw video: Airlander 10 hybrid airship takes first flight in U.K.
Krauthammer: The Iran nuclear deal is the real scandal
Syndicated columnist discusses $400 million dollar payment to Iran on 'The Kelly File'
Watters' World: World Trade Center Mall edition
Jesse Watters asks shoppers and commuters what they thought about the new shopping center on 'The O'Reilly Factor'
Gutfeld: The unforeseen consequence of driverless cars
How will we spend our newfound free time?
This Man's Obituary Might Be The Funniest Thing You Read All Day
Scientists spot adorable squid with googly eyes
Scientists on board the Exploration Vessel (E/V) Nautilus spot adorable purple squid with googly eyes in the Pacific
Analyzing the coverage of the George Soros hack
Bernie Goldberg weighs in on the media's reporting of the Democratic donor on 'The O'Reilly Factor'
US Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte issues apology. Case closed?
Former federal prosecutor Fred Teece and criminal defense attorney Yodit Tewolde join the debate
VS PINK Model Chase Carter Says Dad Went Nuts After WHAT?!
Victoria's Secret PINK model Chase Carter shares hilarious story about how her father went nuts after she was scouted at an airport.
Obama, Kaine warn Democrats not to get cocky about election
Top Dems try to temper expectations
How About This For Presidential 'Temperament'? Trump Doing What Golfing Obama and Resting Hillary Won't: Visiting Flood-Ravaged Louisiana
NFL overreaching with threat of player suspension?
Sports Court: Tamara Holder and Leigh Steinberg on whether the NFL is taking their HGH investigation too far by threatening players with suspension for not cooperating
WATCH: This Video Should Cost Hillary Clinton the Black Vote
Watch killer whale launch sea turtle sky high
Raw video: Orca surprises tourists off the Galapagos Islands
Paul Manafort resigns from Trump campaign
John Roberts reports from outside Trump Tower in New York City

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