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Prince William flying for the last time as an air ambulance pilot

(LONDON) -- Prince William is giving up his wings and flying for the final time with the East Anglia Air Ambulance Wednesday evening. On his last day of work, William will cover a night shift.
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Princess Diana’s brother says he was 'lied to' over William, Harry following Diana's coffin

(LONDON) -- Lord Charles Spencer, a brother of Princess Diana, told the BBC on Wednesday it was a "bizarre and cruel thing" for Diana's sons, William and Harry, to be forced to walk behind their mother's funeral cortège.

"I was lied... Read More

Charlie Gard's family asks court to let the boy come home to die

(LONDON) -- The family of 11-month-old Charlie Gard, whose illness has damaged his brain and rendered him unable to breathe on his own, asked a U.K. court today for permission to let the child die at home.

Charlie's mother, Connie Yates, a... Read More

US Navy ship fires multiple warning shots at Iranian boat in Persian Gulf

(WASHINGTON) -- A U.S. Navy ship fired multiple warning shots at an Iranian vessel in the Persian Gulf that came within 150 yards of the American ship, the Navy confirmed.

The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps naval vessel was approaching ... Read More

Cabinet votes to remove metal detectors from holy site in Jerusalem

(JERUSALEM) -- Israel will remove metal detectors at the entrance of a holy site in Jerusalem.

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's security cabinet made the decision, saying they would instead use less obtrusive surveillance at the Temp... Read More

Charlie Gard's family ends legal fight to take the sick boy to the US

(NEW YORK) -- The British parents of 11-month-old Charlie Gard, whose illness has damaged his brain and rendered him unable to breathe on his own, have decided against pursuing their controversial efforts to take him to the United States for treatmen... Read More

Dozens of American faculty members at North Korea university face diplomatic limbo

(SEOUL) -- As the last foreign faculty members remaining at North Korea’s only private university leave the country this week, it remained unclear whether they will be able to return this fall -- thanks to the Trump administration’s plans... Read More

Chinese fighter jets intercept US Navy reconnaissance plane over East China Sea

(WASHINGTON) -- A U.S. Navy reconnaissance plane operating in international airspace during a routine mission over the East China Sea was intercepted by two Chinese J-10 fighter jets on Sunday, the Pentagon confirmed.

One of the J-10s flew... Read More

Taliban claims responsibility for Kabul suicide bombing that killed 24, injured 42

(KABUL, Afghanistan) -- At least 24 people were killed and 42 others injured in a suicide bombing on Monday in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, officials said.

The bombing was carried out by a suicide attacker who rammed a Toyota Corolla... Read More

American student detained in China has been released, according to US senator

(BEIJING) -- An American college student who was arrested in China one week ago after allegedly injuring a taxi driver who was roughing up his mother in a dispute over a fare has been released, according to a U.S. senator.

Steve Daines, th... Read More

William and Harry open up about their last phone call with Princess Diana

(LONDON) -- Prince William and Prince Harry spoke out about the regret they felt at the last phone call they had with their mother, and how they are still haunted by it today.

In the most candid and intimate interview Prince William and Pr... Read More