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Scores wounded in attack near U.S. base in Afghanistan
12/11/2019 1:08 PM
Taliban says it carried out the bombing, but the U.S. military denies the group's claim that fighters made it into the sprawling Bagram Air Base.
Marie Fredriksson, singer of pop duo Roxette, has died
12/10/2019 3:14 PM
Fredriksson's management company said the singer of hits including "The Look" and "It Must Have Been Love" died after a 17-year battle with brain cancer.
Samoan father loses 3 of his 5 children to measles outbreak
12/10/2019 1:45 PM
Doctors on the South Pacific islands of Samoa are trying to contain a massive, deadly outbreak of the measles. The virus has infected more than 4,800 people, and at least 70 people have died ? many of them young children. Carter Evans traveled to Apia to get a firsthand look at the crisis.
Death toll climbs after New Zealand volcano eruption
12/10/2019 12:25 PM
Officials say 9 Americans were on White Island at the time of the eruption, but it remains unclear whether any failed to make it off.
Gunman kills 6 people in Czech hospital waiting room
12/10/2019 11:50 AM
The prime minister said the gunman opened fire at people's heads and necks from close range in the eastern city of Ostrava, and the motive remains unclear.
Putin sits down for talks with Ukraine leader for first time
12/09/2019 5:08 PM
Both of the leaders are sitting down in Paris on Monday along with the leaders of France and Germany.
Russia hit with 4-year Olympics ban for falsified doping data
12/09/2019 12:56 PM
World Anti-Doping Agency's ruling means Russia will miss next year's Tokyo Olympics and the 2022 Beijing Winter Games.
French government vowing to press ahead with proposed reform
12/09/2019 12:49 AM
The French government and President Emmanuel Macron is vowing to press ahead with its sweeping reform of the country's pension system. This has sparked outrage and new protests across the country. Elaine Cobbe reports from Paris.
North Korea warns it's looking for new ways to get concessions from the U.S.
12/09/2019 12:15 AM
North Korea says it carried out another important test and warned it's looking for new ways to get concessions from the United States. President Trump tweeted that leader Kim Jong Un has far too much to lose if he acts in a hostile way. Roxana Saberi reports.
Frozen 18,000-year-old puppy discovered in Russian permafrost
12/03/2019 3:37 AM
Discovered last year in a lump of frozen mud near the city of Yakutsk, the puppy is unusually well-preserved.
Suspect in London Bridge attack linked to 2012 terrorism offense
12/01/2019 12:27 AM
New information is emerging about the suspect in the deadly terror attack in the U.K. London police said Usman Khan stabbed five people on London Bridge Friday afternoon. Two of those people, a man and a woman, died. Khan was convicted in 2012 for terrorism offenses. The 28-year-old was initially sentenced to 16 years but authorities released him early. Holly Williams reports.
Ocean reef that inspired a movement is now at risk
11/26/2019 9:54 PM
Gray's Reef off the coast of Georgia has provided a blueprint for ocean conservation around the world ? but climate change still threatens these protected areas.
Fisherman are joining a "fishing for plastic" project to help clean the oceans
11/25/2019 12:23 AM
Plastics are the most common form of garbage found in the world's oceans. According to the World Economic Forum, the amount of plastic dumped into oceans is equal to a full garbage truck of plastic dumped every minute. Now some fisherman are casting their nets to make a difference. Seth Doane reports.
Hong Kong's biggest election in history turns out record number of voters
11/25/2019 12:08 AM
More than 3 million people lined the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday for the biggest election in the city's history. Voters turned out in record numbers. Ramy Inocencio reports.
Waters in Venice rise again after damaging floods
11/24/2019 11:55 PM
Just two weeks after the worst flooding in Venice's history, the waters are rising again. Tourists in heavy boots waded through St. Mark's Square today. The water at high tide peaked at more than 50 inches. The monthlong floods have damaged half of the city's 120 churches.

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