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Swiss town may sell nine houses for one franc each

Buyers who purchase the fixer-uppers in Monti Scìaga, a hamlet of the village Indemini, would be treated scenic views of local valleys and lakes.

'Escape genius' bear scales three electric fences, 13-foot high barrier in daring breakout

Forest rangers in Italy are on the hunt for a "genius" brown bear that reportedly escaped captivity by scaling three electric fences and a 13 foot high barrier. 

Former Malaysia king divorces Russian beauty queen wife, months after abdicating throne

The former Malaysian king has divorced his Russian beauty queen wife just weeks after the birth of their son, according to reports.

Trump says US won't sell F-35 jets to Turkey, blames Obama for country's Russian missile system purchase

President Trump has announced that the U.S. is going to halt sales of its F-35 stealth fighter jet to Turkey because the country received a new missile defense system from Russia - an exchange he claims was spurred by actions from the Obama administration.

MH370 had 'mysterious' 200-pound load added to flight list after takeoff: report

Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 had a "mysterious" addition to the flight list after takeoff, according to an engineer whose wife and two children were aboard the ill-fated aircraft when it disappeared in 2014.

Iran says it helped oil tanker in Strait of Hormuz amid concerns surrounding missing UAE vessel

Iran's Foreign Ministry has said the Islamic Republic helped an unnamed vessel that suffered a technical malfunction in the Strait of Hormuz amid U.S. concerns that Tehran seized an oil tanker from the United Arab Emirates in the area.

Bookshelf in suburban home hides secret door to gang's high-tech drugs lab

This innocent-looking bookshelf hides a secret door to a Colombian gang's high-tech drugs lab that lies in a suburban home.

Leader of Angela Merkel's party to take over German defense ministry


US-wanted terror suspect blamed for 2008 Mumbai attacks that killed 166 arrested in Pakistan

Pakistani authorities took Hafiz Saeed into custody in Punjab province on Wednesday while he was traveling from the eastern city of Lahore to the city of Gujranwala, according to counterterrorism official Mohammad Shafiq.

US officials suspect Iran may have seized missing UAE-based oil tanker

A small oil tanker that stopped transmitting its location more than two days ago while traveling through a vital waterway near the Persian Gulf didn't emit a distress call, causing U.S. officials to suspect Iran may have seized the vessel, American defense officials said Tuesday. 

Millions of Bulgarians' personal data hacked; Russian link suspected

Bulgarian officials said Tuesday that unknown hackers have stolen the personal data of millions of people from the country's tax agency and noted a possible Russian link in the case.

US nuke locations accidentally exposed in NATO-affiliated report

A document accidentally published by a NATO-affiliated body has hit headlines across Europe this week, seeming to affirm a longstanding open secret that is technically still classified: precisely where in Europe the United States stores its nuclear weapons.

Wales claims title of steepest street in the world from New Zealand

A seaside town in Wales boasts panoramic views of the ocean, a 13th-century castle, and now the steepest street in the world.

Pirates take 10 Turkish sailors hostage off coast of Nigeria

Ten Turkish sailors have been kidnapped by gunmen off the coast of Nigeria in what is presumed to be a hostage crisis for ransom.

Constrained by Iran sanctions, India seeks to boost the US oil economy

As the United States continues to come down hard with sanctions on Iran - coupled with harsh penalties for those countries that continue to do business with the hardline regime - the world's second-most populous country has found itself in the middle of an energy crossfire. But what started as a point-of-contention between Washington and New Delhi, seems now to be bringing the two nations closer with the added benefit of bolstering the U. S's oil economy.

Chinese girl, 9, whose disappearance gripped country, found dead after week-long search

A 9-year-old girl whose disappearance gripped China was found dead in the East China Sea after wide-sweeping and extended search efforts.

Priest's son charged in murder of American biologist in Greece as grisly new details emerge

An American scientist found dead in a bunker on Crete used by the Nazis during World War II was choked to death by a man-the son of a priest-- who raped her after mowing her down with his car, Greek police said Tuesday.

Poland authorities conducting 'biggest search' ever for boy whose father was killed by train

A search for a missing five-year-old boy in Poland has stretched into a sixth day in what authorities have described as the largest to ever take place.

Malaysian ex-PM accused of buying $800,000 in high-end jewelry in a single day

Malaysia's disgraced former Prime Minister, Najib Razak, is alleged to have racked up more than $800,000 at an Italian jeweler in just one day - in what prosecutors' claim is only part of a much larger corruption scandal.

North Korea hints it will lift nuclear missile test suspension

North Korea on Tuesday suggested it might call off its 20-month suspension of nuclear and missile tests because of summertime U.S.-South Korean military drills that the North calls preparation for an eventual invasion.

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