Chile's president rolls back subway fare hike amid protests

Soldiers are patrolling the streets in Chile's capital for the first time since the military dictatorship of Gen. Augusto Pinochet ended in 1990

In many parts of Mexico, government ceded battle…

A massive gunbattle in the Mexican city of Culiacan was shocking for the openness of government capitulation as it forced the release of a drug kingpin's son, and the brazenness of gunmen in machine-gun mounted armored trucks

British Lawmakers Vote To Delay Decision On…

Lawmakers voted in favor of an amendment that is basically an "insurance policy" to protect against a no-deal Brexit.

Diplomat Says He Warned Biden's Office About…

A career diplomat says he voiced concerns about Joe Biden's son, but little did it do. In closed-door testimony this week, George Kent told congressional investigators he'd warned the office of then-Vice President Biden about his son's position at a Ukrainian energy company, sources tell the Washington Post . The deputy...

UK's Johnson asks for Brexit delay, but argues…

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has grudgingly asked the European Union to delay Brexit

Stakes Are High For Johnson's Brexit Deal In…

Some Conservatives are coming around to Johnson's deal, but Labour, the Scottish National Party and others have already said they'll vote no.

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Barcelona mayor pleads for violence in Catalonia…

Barcelona mayor calls for violent protests in Catalonia to stop; more than 500 injured

Turkey wants Syrian forces to leave border areas…

A war monitor says Turkish-backed Syrian fighters crossed the border from Turkey and attacked a Kurdish-held town amid continued fighting nearly two days after a cease-fire was declared in northeast Syria

Kurds Claim Turkey Attack Persists, Say They…

Kurdish officials say population centers in Syria remain under attack despite President Trump's claim of ceasefire and "great day for civilization."

Lebanon's Nasrallah says he's against government…

Lebanon's influential Hezbollah leader says he doesn't support the government's resignation amid nationwide protests over a deepening economic crisis

FBI Throws Cold Water on 'Poisoned Alcohol' Theory

Looks like three of the Americans found dead in the Dominican Republic in recent months died of natural causes, CNN reports. That's based on FBI toxicology tests of Nathaniel Holmes, Cynthia Day, and Miranda Schaup-Werner, whose May deaths helped trigger a scare over allegedly counterfeit or poisoned alcohol in the...

Experts Fear ISIS Could Capitalize On Chaos In…

The opportunity for ISIS to regain strength is a consequence of Turkey's military offensive along the Syrian border.

1.3B People Denied Chance to See Tarantino Movie

Chinese audiences hoping to see Quentin Tarantino's latest movie are going to have to wait—maybe for an illegal copy. China's National Film Administration has abruptly canceled Once Upon a Time in Hollywood 's Oct. 25 release without giving an official explanation, Los Angeles Magazine reports. But sources tell the...

Thousands in Germany, France protest Turkish push…

Thousands in Germany, France protest Turkish offensive in northern Syria

'El Chapo's' Son At The Center Of Shootout…

Mexico's security forces were attacked by the cartel after attempting to detain the son of Mexican drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera.

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Shadowy Oligarch Has a Thing for Giuliani: Report

The media spotlight fell Rudy Giuliani again this week amid fresh accusations and an intriguing foreign-bribery case. Testifying to congressional investigators, diplomat George Kent said Giuliani had pressed the White House and the State Dept. to get a visa for former Ukrainian prosecutor Victor Shokin, CNN reports. Shokin had lost...

Dead Man's Final Prank Leaves Everyone Laughing

An Irish man with a sense of humor left behind a final prank for his friends and family: He made a recording before his death, and after his coffin was lowered into the ground, it started playing. "Hello?" he can be heard saying. "Let me out. It's f---ing dark in...

Turkey's 120-Hour Pause In Syria Catches Backlash…

The deal brokered with Turkey by Vice President Mike Pence is getting backlash from lawmakers, who condemn the military offensive as a whole.

Boris After Brexit Vote: 'Opportunity' Has Been…

British parliament faced a dramatic Brexit vote Saturday and chose, by a slim margin, to seek further delay. Prime Minister Boris Johnson's new deal with the EU appeared "tantalizingly close" to passing when a delay amendment brought by an ousted member of his Conservative Party passed by 322 to 306—...

South Sudan opposition leader returns to meet…

South Sudan opposition leader returns to meet with president; unity government deadline looms

Carles Puigdemont Turns Himself In To Belgian…

He's complying with a new arrest warrant recently issued by Spain.

Ethiopia's Nobel-winning leader launches…

Ethiopia's Nobel Peace Prize-winning leader launches million-copy book of his ideology

15 dead after Russian dam collapse floods…

15 dead after Russian dam collapse floods workers' dormitories

New Brexit Deal Could Mean Big Changes For…

The U.K.'s new Brexit deal hinges on a new customs arrangement for Northern Ireland.

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At Least 15 Die After Dam Collapse at Gold Mine

At least 15 gold miners in a remote part of Siberia were killed Saturday when a dam collapsed on their encampment, per Russia's Ministry of Emergency Situations. Bloomberg and Reuters report that 13 people are still said to be missing after the early-morning calamity in the Krasnoyarsk region, which took...

Markle Says She's Not OK, Internet Rallies to Her Side

Meghan Markle has had an eventful year, most notably with the birth of her son, Archie, and People reports she's now "getting real" about all of the pressures that go along with that. Harry & Meghan: An African Journey , an ITV documentary on Markle and Prince Harry, is set to...

Deadly Shootouts Kill 28 People In Unceasing…

In back-to-pack explosions of violence, 13 Mexican police officers are killed in cartel ambush and 15 die in shootout between soldiers and gang.