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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

Chemical weapons inspectors arrive in UK for tests on nerve agent

(LONDON) -- Inspectors from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) are arriving in the U.K. to assess samples of the nerve agent used in the attack against former Russian double-agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter earlier t... Read More

College student goes missing on school trip to Bermuda: Police

(PHILADELPHIA) -- Bermuda police are searching for a 19-year-old American college student who went missing on a trip to the country over the weekend.

Mark Dombroski, who is a freshman student at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia, was... Read More

Putin, facing little opposition, wins Russian presidency again

(MOSCOW) -- Vladimir Putin was re-elected president of Russia on Sunday in a vote that was heavily managed and facing virtually no opposition.

Putin -- who won a fourth term, which will keep him in power until 2024 -- declared victory afte... Read More

Russian ex-spy's poisoning in UK believed from nerve agent in car vents; at least 38 others sickened: Sources

(MOSCOW) -- The Russian ex-spy who along with his daughter was poisoned by a nerve agent in the U.K. may have been exposed to the nerve agent through his car's ventilation system, sources told ABC News.

Former Russian spy Sergey Skripal an... Read More

Son of US detainee in North Korea stays hopeful amid anticipation of Trump-Kim talk

(NEW YORK) -- Amid anticipation of an unprecedented meeting between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, the son of a U.S. citizen detained in North Korea is trying to stay positive.

“I feel hopeful. I feel goo... Read More

Russia prepares for election and another Putin victory

(MOSCOW) -- Alexey Navalny thought he'd be in jail by now.

Russia’s presidential election is Sunday and the opposition leader, along with many other observers, expected he'd spend it behind bars.

But the Kremlin’s mo... Read More

Russia expels 23 UK diplomats in tit-for-tat response over spy's poisoning

(MOSCOW) -- Russia expelled 23 British diplomats on Saturday in a tit-for-tat response to the U.K.’s expulsion of 23 Russian embassy staff over the nerve-agent attack in England last week.

Russia’s foreign ministry said in a st... Read More

Several people hurt after ski lift malfunction at Georgia ski resort

(GUDAURI, Georgia) -- A malfunctioning ski lift in the country of Georgia has left at least 11 people injured.

The terrifying video of the incident at the Gudauri resort showed the lift rapidly moving backward while people seated in the li... Read More

War photographer opens up about captivity in Syria

(NEW YORK) -- Jonathan Alpeyrie was on his third trip to war-torn Syria in April 2013, when he became one of the first Western journalists to be abducted while covering the crisis.

The French-born war photographer was on his way to cover clash... Read More

Iraqi teen convicted of attempted murder for London Underground bombing

(LONDON) -- An Iraqi teenager whose homemade bomb exploded on a London Underground train in 2017 has been convicted of attempted murder. He faces life in jail.

Ahmed Hassan, 18, carried out the attack on Sept. 15, 2017. Thirty people were inju... Read More