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    m Carlo Pace, a sergeant with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Police, said a group of cyclists "were able to pin down a good size lion with its …

  • U.N. call for cease-fire draws third U.S. veto

    UNITED NATIONS -- The United States on Tuesday vetoed an Arab-backed and widely supported U.N. resolution demanding an immediate humanitarian cease-fire in the…

  • S. Korean hospitals hit by medical strike

    SEOUL, South Korea -- South Korean trainee doctors collectively walked off their jobs Tuesday to protest a government push to recruit more medical students, tr…

  • Ukraine: Russia exploiting aid’s delay

    KYIV, Ukraine -- Delays in weapons deliveries from Western allies to Ukraine are opening a door for Russian battlefield advances, Ukrainian President Volodymyr…

  • Assange extradition fought 1 last time

    LONDON -- Julian Assange's lawyers opened a final U.K. legal challenge Tuesday to stop the WikiLeaks founder from being sent to the United States to face spyin…

  • Law agencies shut down ransomware syndicate

    LONDON -- Law enforcement agencies have infiltrated and disrupted the prolific ransomware syndicate LockBit that has extracted $120 million from thousands of v…

  • Widow promises to continue Navalny’s Russian mission

    RIGA, Latvia -- Yulia Navalnaya, the widow of Alexei Navalny, Russian President Vladimir Putin's most formidable opponent, vowed Monday to carry on her husband…

  • Palestinian deaths in war top 29,000 as sides defiant

    RAFAH, Gaza Strip -- Israel's assault in Gaza has killed more than 29,000 Palestinians since Oct. 7, the territory's Health Ministry said Monday, marking anoth…

  • Diplomat accuses Israel of apartheid

    THE HAGUE, Netherlands -- The Palestinian foreign minister on Monday accused Israel of apartheid and urged the United Nations' top court to declare that Israel…

  • Gunbattle of warring tribes kills at least 26

    MELBOURNE, Australia -- At least 26 combatants and an unconfirmed number of bystanders were killed in a gunbattle between warring tribes in Papua New Guinea, p…

  • Japan pledges support, investment in Ukraine

    TOKYO -- Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida on Monday pledged his country's long-term commitment to Ukraine's reconstruction, calling it a future investment…

  • EU leader seeks second term

    BRUSSELS -- Germany's Ursula von der Leyen will seek a second term as head of the European Union's powerful Commission in a move that could make her the most s…