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Police in Bangladesh's capital raided a five-story building Tuesday and killed nine suspected Islamic militants, the country's police chief said.
An Indianapolis police officer was shot and another was injured Monday after an expressway chase.
A Colombian described as one of history's biggest cocaine dealers has been sentenced to 35 years in prison by a New York judge who calls the scope of his crimes "staggering." Daniel Barrera Barrera is known as El Loco.
Parents who entered the U.S. illegally from Mexico and Central America will have an easier time getting birth certificates for their children born in Texas following a lawsuit settlement with the state, lawyers for immigration advocates said on Monday.
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A Maryland restaurant accused of serving alcohol to a man who later drove drunk and killed a police officer will surrender its liquor license.
Police have charged a Canadian woman they allege shot a pellet gun at a group of people playing Pokemon Go north of Toronto.
The Kyodo news agency is reporting that 19 people are dead and 20 injured following a knife attack in Sagamihara, outside Tokyo.
At least 15 people were killed, and up to 45 injured when a knife-wielding man went on a rampage early Tuesday at a facility for the disabled in the Japanese city of Sagmihara, broadcaster NHK reported.
U.S. authorities say Latin America's largest airline has agreed to some $22 million in civil and criminal fines in connection with a scheme to pay bribes to end a labor strike in Argentina a decade ago.
Even before Turkey was thrown into crisis by a coup attempt, its deal with the European Union to stop migration westward was under strain: Turks did not get the visa-free travel they were promised, and Greece was overwhelmed with asylum claims that have halted deportations for weeks.
An execution drug obtained by the Arkansas prison system earlier this month appears to have been made by a subsidiary of Pfizer, even though Pfizer has said it doesn't want its drugs to be used in executions.
Greek prime minister Alexis Tsipras has unveiled constitutional reform proposals that would make consultations by referendum easier, strengthen the largely ceremonial presidency somewhat and limit lawmakers' consecutive terms to 8 years.
Authorities say a Florida man is accused of driving his van into a couple trying to save a parking spot for a relative.
Veterans' organizations have reached out to help a Korean War-era veteran who authorities say was held hostage in a motel room for four years by a man who stole his benefit checks.
A man was charged with second-degree murder Monday in the death of a young woman who was dressed as the villain Poison Ivy when she disappeared from a Halloween party in southeastern Michigan in 2014.
Authorities say the gunmen who have held a police station in the Armenian capital for nine days have set a police vehicle on fire as a crowd of about 2,000 people gathered at the standoff site.
A Buddhist monk has been sentenced to 30 months in prison after pleading guilty to embezzling more than $260,000 from the Louisiana temple he led and gambling most of the money at a casino.
Canada's transport minister says the rail car model involved in a fiery crash that killed 47 people in Quebec three years ago will no longer be allowed to transport oil in Canada as of Nov. 1.
Police say four Fort Carson soldiers have been arrested in connection with a home invasion involving a family they knew.
It was just over two years ago and days after ISIS overran Mosul and Issa Saeed Saido stood anxiously at his post on the Iraqi-Syrian border.
The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights has applauded the decision by El Salvador's Supreme Court to scrap a blanket amnesty for those who participated in the country's 12-year civil war.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says Istanbul's Bosporus Bridge will be renamed "July 15th Martyrs' Bridge" in honor of civilians who died resisting Turkey's coup attempt.
A small group in Arizona is protesting a decision not to charge a police officer in the shooting death of a woman accused of shoplifting and threatening the lawman with scissors.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter is casting doubt on prospects for a military partnership with Russia to combat the Islamic State inside Syria.
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