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Controversial UN conference on reparations, racism slammed by Pompeo as being 'laced with anti-Semitism'

As world leaders gather for the U.N. General Assembly the U.S., Australia, Canada and Germany are among at least 19 countries boycotting one of the banner events over accusations of anti-Semitism and anti-Israel bias.

French Toast: France torches Australia, US over submarine deal as ambassador recalled

France's ambassador to Australia described Saturday as a "huge mistake" Australia's surprise cancellation of a major submarine contract in favor of a U.S. deal, delivering a final protest as the envoy was recalled from the country in an unprecedented show of anger among the allies.

Pregnant California woman beaten by Taliban has left Afghanistan, Rep. Issa says

A pregnant California woman who was left behind in Afghanistan has safely escaped from the country, a Republican congressman said Friday.

Third plane out of Afghanistan with Americans on board lands in Doha

A third chartered flight carrying an unspecified number of American citizens as well as other civilians from Afghanistan landed in Qatar on Friday, U.S. special envoy Zalmai Khalilzad confirmed.

Iranian artist defies regime by releasing new album, risking imprisonment

Iranian artist Mehdi Rajabian released another album on Friday, once again defying a prohibition that reportedly landed him in prison for two years.

North Korea may be ramping up nuclear weapons program again, satellite images show

North Korea has been relatively quiet since President Trump last met with Kim Jong Un at the DMZ in June 2019. It has carried out no major weapons tests, and focused largely on dealing with COVID, droughts and keeping its ailing economy afloat. 

Hezbollah supplies Iranian fuel to Lebanon - despite US sanctions

Dozens of trucks carrying Iranian diesel arrived in Lebanon on Thursday, the first in a series of deliveries organized by the militant Hezbollah. The powerful group operates independently from Lebanese authorities, which are struggling to deal with a crippling energy crisis.

Firefighters stand in rain to honor US service member from Tennessee killed in Kabul

Firefighters stood atop their truck in heavy rain, dozens of people lined up on overpasses from Knoxville to Fairfax County, and many others joined in an escorting motorcade-all to honor fallen U.S. Army Staff Sgt. Ryan Knauss, one of 13 service members that were killed in Afghanistan during an attack on the Kabul airport last month.

Macron hails death of ISIS terrorist who killed US troops as major win

French President Emmanuel Macron praised the efforts of French service members after they claimed to have shot and killed Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi overnight. 

German police detain 4 on Yom Kippur after synagogue threat

A 16-year-old boy and three other people were detained Thursday in connection with a suspected plan for an Islamic extremist attack on a synagogue in the German city of Hagen, authorities said.

ISIS 'bride' should be treated 'as a terrorist' not 'lost gap-year student': Security official

A former British counterterrorism official has warned that the British woman who joined ISIS as a teenager should be treated as a terrorist should she return home. 

Pope Francis on communion for 'controversial' Catholic politicians: Eucharist isn't 'prize for the perfect'

Pope Francis has cautioned bishops about wading into politics as U.S. bishops question whether or not to deny communion to pro-choice politicians such as President Biden. 

French foreign minister calls US-Australia submarine deal a 'stab in the back'

France on Thursday fervently condemned the abrupt end to a submarine contract previously agreed to by Australia, calling the Aussie government's new U.S.-U.K. deal a "stab in the back."

ISIS leader whose group was blamed for deaths of 4 American troops killed by French forces

French President Emmanuel Macron took to Twitter on Thursday to announce that his forces "neutralized" Adnan Abu Walid al-Sahrawi, the head of ISIS in the Greater Sahara.

Americans fall to their deaths while climbing Mallorca cliffs off Spain

Two Americans reportedly fell to their deaths while climbing in Mallorca, an island off the east coast of Spain.

Afghanistan women's rights protester says Taliban violence won't stop future demonstrations

An Afghan women's rights activist shares details of a recent protest against the Taliban in Kabul.

2015 Paris attacks suspect: Deaths of 130 'nothing personal'

The key defendant in the 2015 Paris attacks trial said Wednesday that the Islamic State network which struck the city was attacking France, and that the deaths of 130 people was "nothing personal."

Canadian man crushed to death by his own car at drive-thru was 'doting father' of 2

A Canadian father of two was killed last week in a "freak" accident at a Vancouver McDonald's drive-thru when he was crushed by his own car, according to reports.

Taliban fighters reportedly brawl inside presidential palace over power divide

A major brawl broke out last week inside Kabul's presidential palace days after the country's interim government was announced over internal clashes on who deserves credit for the U.S. withdrawal and how the power positions were doled out, a report said.

North Korea fires 2 ballistic missiles; Japan's Suga rips test as 'absolutely outrageous'

North Korea reportedly fired two ballistic missiles into waters off its east coast Wednesday, in the direction of Japan, prompting Japan's prime minister to denounce the action as "absolutely outrageous," according to reports.

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