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Inventor again denies killing journalist aboard his submarine as murder trial resumes

(NEW YORK) -- A Danish inventor accused of killing a Swedish journalist aboard his submarine took the stand in Copenhagen today on the second day of his trial.

Peter Madsen, the inventor, is accused of tying up journalist Kim Wall and abusing ... Read More

What US students should know about traveling abroad in light of rugby player’s mysterious death in Bermuda

(NEW YORK) -- Police are still investigating the mysterious death of Mark Dombroski, a U.S. student who disappeared in Bermuda this weekend during his college rugby team’s visit before his body turned up in a ditch.

Whatever the part... Read More

South Korean president floats idea of 3-way summit with Trump, Kim Jong Un

(SEOUL) -- South Korean President Moon Jae-in raised the idea of a three-way summit among the two Koreas and the United States, depending on the outcome of a planned North-South summit next month and President Donald Trump's meeting with North Korean... Read More

Puerto Rico officials reflect on challenges 6 months after Maria

(SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico) -- Tuesday marks six months since Hurricane Maria slammed into Puerto Rico as a category 4 hurricane. As the storm ripped through the island on Sept. 20, an emergency management official told ABC News that island was “de... Read More

Russian denial of secret nerve agent program seemingly contradicted by own state media

(MOSCOW) -- Among Russia's denials that it cannot have been involved in the poisoning of the former spy in Britain two weeks ago is a claim by its foreign ministry that Russia and the Soviet Union never had a program to develop the type of nerve agen... Read More

Police officer charged with murder in killing of Australian woman in Minnesota

(MINNEAPOLIS) -- A Minnesota police officer was indicted Tuesday on murder charges stemming from the fatal shooting last July of a 40-year-old Australian woman in Minnesota, according to prosecutors.

Officer Mohamed Noor, of the Minneapoli... Read More

Missing Philadelphia student's body found 'at the base of a significant drop,' Bermuda officials say

(PHILADELPHIA) -- The body of Philadelphia student found dead in Bermuda was found “near the base of a significant drop” local officials said in a press conference Tuesday.

Superintendent Sean Field-Lament said that the body of... Read More

Cambridge Analytica CEO suspended by board

(NEW YORK) -- The board of data mining firm Cambridge Analytica said Tuesday it had suspended its CEO, Alexander Nix, following accusations the firm misused information from up to 50 million Facebook accounts.

The board said that secretly ... Read More

'I feel like my life is empty:' Refugees suffer from mental illness on Greek islands

(NEW YORK) -- Even now that he is safe in Europe, Mohammad Harb often finds himself back in his Syrian prison cell. The screams of prisoners echo in his memory. The lifeless bodies of tortured detainees appear in his dreams. Scars, from when the guar... Read More

Sarkozy questioned by police over ties to Gadhafi

(PARIS) -- Nicolas Sarkozy is being questioned Tuesday by French investigators looking into allegations that Libya helped finance the former French president's victorious 2007 campaign, a judicial source who spoke on condition of anonymity told ABC N... Read More

Last male northern white rhino dies after health complications, leaving only 2 animals alive

(NANYUKI, Kenya) -- The last male northern white rhino has died, the conservation organization in Kenya caring for the animal announced Tuesday, leaving only two remaining white rhinos in existence.

The rhino, named Sudan, who... Read More

US, South Korea announce annual military exercises to begin on April 1

(WASHINGTON) -- The United States and South Korea have announced that their annual large-scale military exercises will begin on April 1.

U.S. officials had said previously that the anticipated meeting between President Donald Trump and Nor... Read More

Saudi crown prince kicks off 3-week charm offensive across US

(WASHINGTON) -- It's a three-week tour that any presidential candidate or celebrity would be jealous of -- one worthy of a newly minted crown prince, you might say, as he introduces himself to his most important ally.

But between the halls... Read More

A look into life in the quaint British city at the center of a Russian spy scandal

(SALISBURY, England) -- Salisbury is a quiet, historic English provincial city. In fact, the Salisbury Cathedral is about 800 years old and boasts the tallest spire in England. Additionally, the wonderous prehistoric ring of massive stones at nearby ... Read More