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McDonald's in Russia at odds with government

McDonald's in Russia at odds with government

The Russian government has accused McDonald's of alleged impurities in food sold at its Russian restaurants, part of an undeclared war against U.S. interests.
Ed Adamczyk
England remembers fallen Allied soldiers with WWI poppy memorial

England remembers fallen Allied soldiers with WWI poppy memorial

Volunteers will place 888,246 ceramic poppies around the Tower of London as part of Paul Cummins' installation "Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red."
Aileen Graef
Mexican firm apologizes for false earthquake warning

Mexican firm apologizes for false earthquake warning

SkyAlert, a Mexican firm providing earthquake warnings, apologized Tuesday for a false alarm that panicked Mexico City residents.
Ed Adamczyk
Terror attack in northwest China leave dozens dead

Terror attack in northwest China leave dozens dead

An "organized and premeditated" terror attack was launched Monday in northwestern China, with dozens of assailants reportedly killed by police.
JC Finley
State Dept. calls for release of journalists from Iran

State Dept. calls for release of journalists from Iran

The U.S. State Dept. joined human rights groups in calling for the release of four journalists from detention in Iran.
Ed Adamczyk
U.N. blacklists North Korean shipping firm for evading arms embargo

U.N. blacklists North Korean shipping firm for evading arms embargo

The U.N. Security Council has blacklisted North Korea's Ocean Maritime Management for attempting to evade a U.N. arms embargo against the North Korean regime.
JC Finley
Hamas rejects cease-fire proposal in Gaza

Hamas rejects cease-fire proposal in Gaza

A call by Palestinian leadership for a 24-hour truce in the conflict between Israel and Gaza was rejected Tuesday by Hamas, the governing body in Gaza.
Ed Adamczyk
Suspect in Belgium's Jewish museum shooting extradited

Suspect in Belgium's Jewish museum shooting extradited

France has confirmed that the suspect in a deadly shooting at Belgium's Jewish Museum on May 24 was extradited Tuesday morning from France to Belgium.
JC Finley
EU agrees on new sanctions against Russia

EU agrees on new sanctions against Russia

The European Union has agreed on new economic sanctions against Russia that will be officially revealed Wednesday, E.U. sources confirmed.
Ed Adamczyk
Secretary Kerry meets with Ukrainian foreign minister

Secretary Kerry meets with Ukrainian foreign minister

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met Tuesday with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin at the State Department in Washington, D.C.
JC Finley
Canada claims China hacked into government computers

Canada claims China hacked into government computers

Computers at Canada's National Research Council were broken into by hackers helped by the Chinese government, the Canadian government reported Tuesday.
Ed Adamczyk
U.S. 'gravely concerned' about arrest of American teenager in Israel

U.S. 'gravely concerned' about arrest of American teenager in Israel

On Monday, the U.S. Department of State confirmed that a 15-year-old U.S. citizen is being detained by Israeli authorities.
JC Finley
Three banks accused of rigging silver prices

Three banks accused of rigging silver prices

Three international banks were accused in a U.S. lawsuit of manipulating the daily benchmark price for silver.
Ed Adamczyk
Cousin of Karzai killed in suicide bombing

Cousin of Karzai killed in suicide bombing

Hashmat Karzai, a cousin of Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai, was killed by a suicide bomber, officials reported.
Ed Adamczyk
Prince Harry pulls off 'Royal Photobomb' at Commonwealth Games

Prince Harry pulls off 'Royal Photobomb' at Commonwealth Games

Prince Harry dropped a "Royal Photobomb" of his own at the Commonwealth Games just days after Queen Elizabeth bombed members of the Hockeyroos.
Evan Bleier
U.S.: Russia violated 1987 missile treaty by testing nuclear cruise missile

U.S.: Russia violated 1987 missile treaty by testing nuclear cruise missile

U.S. President Barack Obama told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday that Russia was in violation of the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty.
JC Finley
China's former security chief investigated in corruption probe

China's former security chief investigated in corruption probe

An investigation of retired domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang is underway, part of a broad corruption inquiry, the Chinese Communist Party announced.
Ed Adamczyk
International Tiger Day celebrated July 29

International Tiger Day celebrated July 29

Although International Tiger Day is today, July 29, the rapidly declining tiger population probably isn't a reason to roar but more of a cause to growl.
Evan Bleier
Israel bombs Gaza's only power plant as Netanyahu promises 'prolonged campaign'

Israel bombs Gaza's only power plant as Netanyahu promises 'prolonged campaign'

Gaza's only power station was destroyed by Israeli missiles Tuesday, the latest in the increasingly volatile conflict between the Israeli government and Hamas.
Matt Bradwell
Nigeria bans cars during Eid to curb Boko Haram attacks

Nigeria bans cars during Eid to curb Boko Haram attacks

In an attempt to prevent car bombings by Boko Haram during Eid, authorities in Nigeria's Borno State have banned vehicles during the three-day celebration.
JC Finley
Spanish city of Seville bans outdoor noise

Spanish city of Seville bans outdoor noise

A city in Spain is trying to get some peace and quiet after passing several restrictions in an attempt to rid the town of all outdoor noise.
Aileen Graef
Kidnapped U.K. teacher freed after 5 months of captivity in Yemen

Kidnapped U.K. teacher freed after 5 months of captivity in Yemen

British school teacher Mike Harvey has been released after five months of captivity.
JC Finley
Abu Sayyaf militants suspected in deadly Eid attack in Philippines

Abu Sayyaf militants suspected in deadly Eid attack in Philippines

Abu Sayyaf is suspected in a deadly attack Monday against a group en route to an Eid al-Fitr celebration on the autonomous island of Sulu in the Philippines.
JC Finley
Pakistani woman, grandchildren killed over blasphemy

Pakistani woman, grandchildren killed over blasphemy

A woman and two of her grandchildren were killed by a mob in Pakistan in a conflict over allegedly blasphemous material posted in Facebook.
Ed Adamczyk
Playground, hospital hit as Gaza war escalates

Playground, hospital hit as Gaza war escalates

Explosions at a Palestinian playground and near a Gaza City hospital ended an informal pause in hostilities in Gaza Monday.
Ed Adamczyk
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