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Jolie-Pitt split: Private lessons from a public divorce

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt weren't speaking as celebrities when they issued statements regarding their divorce last week — they were speaking as parents first.

Shooting in Sweden leaves 4 wounded

Swedish police say four people have been wounded in a shooting in Malmo, the country's third-largest city.

Officers surround Charlotte, N.C., protesters reacting to fatal police shooting

A group of around 100 demonstrators have gathered across the street from Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C., to protest the shooting death last week of a black man by a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer.

Russian actions in Aleppo 'barbarism,' not counter-terrorism, says U.S. ambassador at UN

Russia's actions in Syria amount to "barbarism," not counter-terrorism as Moscow insists, Samantha Powers, the U.S.

Oldest man in the world prepares to celebrate bar mitzvah he missed as a boy

It's a celebration that usually happens when a Jewish boy turns 13, but Yisrael Kristal never had a chance to have a bar mitzvah when he turned that age in Poland during the First World War, so he's having one 100 years later.

Canadian taken hostage in Libya

Ottawa has confirmed that a Canadian is among three people taken hostage in Libya earlier this week.

Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez dies in boating crash

The Miami Marlins have confirmed that star pitcher Jose Fernandez has died following a boating crash of Miami beach early Sunday.

India to ratify Paris climate deal

India's prime minister said Sunday that his country will ratify the Paris Agreement on climate change early next month.

Jordanian writer Nahed Hattar killed outside court before trial over cartoon

Jordanian writer Nahed Hattar was fatally shot Sunday outside the court in Amman where he was due to stand trial, accused to contempt of religion after sharing on social media a cartoon caricature that was seen as insulting Islam.

Police arrest suspect in deadly Seattle-area mall shooting

A suspect in the fatal shooting of five people at a Washington state mall was taken into custody on Saturday, Washington State Patrol spokesman Keith Leary said in a telephone interview.

2 injured in Budapest blast

Hungary's disaster management agency says that two people have been injured in an explosion at a ground-floor shop in downtown Budapest and have been taken to a hospital.

Syria believes it's on the way to military victory

Syria's top diplomat told the world's nations Saturday that his country's belief in military victory is greater now, because the army "is making great strides in its war against terrorism" with support from Russia, Iran and Lebanon's Hezbollah fighters.

Charlotte police to release videos of black man's fatal shooting

Charlotte's police chief announced Saturday that he would release body and dashboard camera footage of the shooting of a black man after several days of demonstrations that have coalesced around demands that the public see the video.

Charlotte police to release videos of black man's fatal shooting

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney confirmed at a press conference Saturday that body cam and dash cam footage will be made public.

Thousands of photos stolen from Pippa Middleton after iCloud account hacked

London police say they are investigating the reported hacking of the iCloud account of Pippa Middleton, younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge, and the alleged theft of 3,000 photographs.

5 unforgettable moments in U.S. presidential debate history

From Lloyd Bentson's "You're no Jack Kennedy" to Gerald Ford's misreading of Cold War geopolitics, quips and missteps from U.S.

Jeremy Corbyn re-elected leader of divided U.K. Labour Party

Veteran socialist Jeremy Corbyn, who faced a no-confidence vote from his MPs earlier this year, was re-elected head of Britain's Labour Party on Saturday.

Nearly 2M people without running water as fighting escalates in Aleppo

Syrian government forces captured a rebel-held area on the edge of Aleppo on Saturday, and nearly two million people were without running water following an escalation in fighting over the past few days.

Syrian government seizes area in Aleppo attack, death toll climbs

Syrian government forces seized ground from rebels north of Aleppo on Saturday, tightening their siege on the city's opposition-held east as it came under fierce air strikes in a major offensive by the Russian-backed army.

Squalid migrant camp in Calais to be shut down, French president says

French President François Hollande on Saturday confirmed plans to close the squalid Calais migrant camp known as "the Jungle," saying he hopes authorities can relocate as many as 9,000 migrants to reception centres across France in the coming weeks.