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China vows 'countermeasures' against US journalists as diplomatic dispute escalates

China is threatening to further retaliate against American journalists overseas following claims that the U.S. has expelled dozens of Chinese media personnel and denied visas to others.

US military out of Kandahar Airfield in southern Afghanistan, official says

The U.S. military this week has pulled out of Kandahar Airfield, a sprawling base located outside Afghanistan's second-largest city, a U.S. official based in Kabul confirms to Fox News.

LIVE UPDATES: Israel's Netanyahu says Hamas, terrorist groups taking a 'very bad beating'

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Friday that his military is giving a "very bad beating to Hamas and other terrorist organizations" -- and aren't about to let up just yet. 

Israeli cities face rioting, violence as Jewish-Arab conflicts intensify

The violent conflict between Israelis and Palestinian militants this week sent rockets flying and buildings crumbling under targeted airstrikes, but for some residents of cities like Lod with mixed Arab and Jewish populations, the riots and mobs are more worrying.

Rockets fired from Lebanon land off Israel coast: IDF

As Hamas militants in the Gaza Strip continue to launch rocket after rocket into Israel, the Israeli Defense Forces Thursday said at least three had been fired from Lebanon, the country to the north.

Migrants attempting Rio Grande crossing into US nabbed by Mexican Marines, video shows

A video posted to social media on Thursday showed a group of Mexican Marines swarming in to apprehend a group of migrants as they waited to cross the Rio Grande into the United States. 

Gaza conflict intensifies with rocket barrages and airstrikes

Hamas terrorists in Gaza launched rockets at Israel, which responded with airstrikes.

Israel placing troops along border with Gaza: report

Israel began to position troops along the border with Gaza Thursday as violence with Hamas continues to escalate, according to a report.

Police in England charge 29 men with alleged years-long sexual exploitation of girl

Police in the United Kingdom have charged 29 men with the alleged years-long sexual exploitation of a girl in Northern England, the West Yorkshire Police said on Wednesday.

Erdogan tells Putin that Israel needs 'deterrent lesson,' report says

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has told Russian President Vladimir Putin that the international community should give Israel a "strong and deterrent lesson" for its actions against the Palestinians, according to reports this week.

LIVE UPDATES: Israeli troops enter Gaza Strip as Hamas rockets continue to light up the sky

The Israeli military said Thursday that it had deployed air and ground troops within the Gaza Strip to battle the Hamas terrorist group, which has been launching rocket barrages since Monday.

UK mask wearing, social distancing to be relaxed on June 21

The ensuing round of lockdown easing is expected as wearing masks in shops and offices as well as social distancing will be relaxed on June 21 following a sharp fall in new coronavirus infections.

World leaders urge peace amid ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Violence between Israelis and Palestinians erupted this week with mobs fighting in the streets and rockets flying overhead, prompting serious concern from the international community.

Israel crisis: Why it's different this time around

Hamas made good on its threat to hit the heart of Israel, sending rockets raining on Tel Aviv, yet another serious escalation in this hot conflict.

Red-faced mom opens up about embarrassing blunder after racing baby to ER

A young British mom has opened up about an embarrassing sticky situation - one that left her racing her baby to the ER, thinking he had a huge hole in his mouth.

LIVE UPDATES: Israeli strike takes out top Hamas terrorist, Biden calls Netanyahu

Israeli Defense Forces and Hamas militants from the Gaza Strip are engaged in the largest conflict between the two groups since a 2014 war.

Israeli airstrike kills top Hamas commander as Netanyahu vows 'iron fist if needed'

An airstrike launched by Israel Wednesday has taken out Hamas' Gaza City commander, dealing a substantial blow to the Palestinian militant group's leadership. 

Number of injured in Russia school shooting rises to 23

Twenty-three people remained hospitalized on Wednesday following a school shooting in the Russian city of Kazan which killed nine people, including seven youngsters.

Panel suggests WHO should have more power to stop pandemics

A panel of independent experts who reviewed the World Health Organization's response to the coronavirus pandemic says the U.N. health agency should be granted "guaranteed rights of access" in countries to investigate emerging outbreak

Gaza officials: Death toll from Israeli strikes rises to 43

The Gaza Health Ministry says the death toll from Israeli airstrikes on Gaza has climbed to 43, including 13 children and three women.

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