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Catfish murder investigation

Former Chinese President Jiang Zemin dies at 96

EU warns Musk to beef up Twitter controls

Paul Whelans family worried about his whereabouts

IS says leader Abu al-Hassan al-Qurayshi killed

NATO allies vow to back Moldova, Georgia, Bosnia

Russian, Chinese bombers fly patrols over Pacific

Black rhinos thriving for the 1st time in decades

Japan births at new low as population shrinks

Russias Duma passes LGBTQ propaganda bill

US dismisses China objections to South China Sea mission

The U.S. Navy has dismissed Beijings protests over a freedom of navigation operation conducted near a Chinese-held island in the South China Sea

Europol says law enforcement authorities in six different countries have joined forces to take down a super cartel of drugs traffickers controlling about one third of the e trade in Europe

The baguette is being inscribed on the U.N.s list of intangible heritage.

Maria Kalesnikava was sentenced to 11 years in prison in September 2021.

Police crackdown in China fails to curb protests

Prince and Princess of Wales touch down in Boston

Prince William speaks at Boston City Hall

ABC News Live: Fleetwood Mac singer Christine McVie dies at 79

Man runs onto World Cup field, does flips

Team USA beats Iran in World Cup competition

Alabama storm, migrants, and squatters protest: World in Photos, Nov. 30

ABC News Live: South slammed by tornadoes and heavy rains

Prince William and Princess Kate visiting US for 1st time in 8 years

Chinese police crack down on protests over the zero-COVID policy

Vice president welcomes French president at NASA headquarters

El Salvador journalists sue spyware maker in US court

Journalists from an investigative news outlet in El Salvador have sued NSO Group in U.S. federal court after the Israeli firms powerful Pegasus spyware was detected on their iPhones

EU warns Musk to beef up Twitter controls ahead of new rules

A top European Union official has warned Elon Musk that Twitter needs to beef up to protect users from hate speech, misinformation and other harmful content to avoid violating new rules

US Virgin Islands reach $105M settlement with Epstein estate

The U.S. Virgin Islands has reached a settlement of more than $105 million in a sex trafficking case against the estate of financier Jeffrey Epstein

Deja vu in Vatican as Vatileaks defendant cited at trial

There was something of a deja vu at the Vatican tribunal hearing a financial crimes case

German parliament labels 1930s Ukraine famine as genocide

Germanys parliament has approved a resolution recognizing as genocide Ukraines 1930s Holodomor a famine believed to have killed more than 3 million Ukrainians under the repressive rule of Soviet leader Josef Stalin

EU seeks specialized court to investigate Russia war crimes

The European Union wants to set up a U.N.-backed specialized court to investigate possible war crimes committed by Russia in Ukraine

IS says leader Abu al-Hassan al-Qurayshi killed in battle

The spokesman for the Islamic State group says its leader Abu al-Hassan al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi was killed in battle recently

Cuba calls migrant boat crash an accident, denies ramming

Cuba says it was not aggressive actions by officials that caused a boat of migrants and the Cuban Coast Guard to crash, but rather that the migrants boat made an abrupt turn, leading to the deaths of seven people including a two-year-old girl

Firefighters: At least 30 engulfed by Brazil landslide

Firefighters in the Brazilian state of Parana are looking for about 30 people thought to have been engulfed in a landslide that hit a coastal highway in the city of Guaratuba

4 appear in court over terror attack at Ivory Coast beach

Four men charged in connection with a 2016 terror attack on a beach in Ivory Coast have appeared in court

Puerto Rico extends power contract amid outages, objections

A heavily criticized private company that operates the transmission and distribution of power in Puerto Rico has secured a last-minute extension on its contract despite widespread objections

Alabama storm, migrants, and squatters protest: World in Photos, Nov. 30

A look at the top photos from around the globe.

Guatemalas El Periodico newspaper stops print edition

The prominent Guatemalan investigative newspaper El Periodico has announced it is stopping its print edition, after the government arrested the papers president

NATO allies vow to back Moldova, Georgia, and Bosnia

Moldovas Foreign Minister says that apart from Ukraine, his country has been hit hardest by Russias invasion of its neighbor, as NATO offered fresh support to three countries shaken by the effects of Russias 10-month-old war

Former President Jiang Zemin, who guided Chinas rise, dies

State media report former Chinese President Jiang Zemin has died at age 96

Airbus to pay $16 million fine, end French corruption probe

French financial prosecutors say a Paris court has approved an agreement with Airbus that will see the planemaker pay a 15.8- million-euro ($16.3 million) fine

4 dead as bomber hits Pakistan police protecting polio teams

A suicide bomber has killed a police officer and three civilians from the same family near Quetta, Pakistan, in an attack on workers involved in a polio inoculation drive

Buckingham Palace household member resigns amid race comment

An honorary member of the Buckingham Palace household has resigned after repeatedly asking a Black woman who runs a charity for survivors of domestic abuse what country she really came from

Explosion in northwest Pakistan coal mine kills 9, injures 4

Officials say a methane gas explosion has ripped through a coal mine in northwest Pakistan, killing nine miners and injuring four others

Imprisoned Belarusian activist undergoes surgery

Maria Kolesnikova, a prominent member of the Belarusian opposition serving an 11-year prison sentence for helping stage anti-government protests has undergone an undisclosed surgical procedure

Israeli army unit linked to Americans death exits West Bank

The Israeli military says it has temporarily removed a unit of ultra-Orthodox soldiers out of the occupied West Bank following the death of a 78-year-old Palestinian-American man who had been detained by its soldiers

Chinese police crack down on protests over the zero-COVID policy

Plus, a senior Russian diplomat says Moscow has postponed a round of nuclear talks with the U.S. and a top jailed opposition leader in Belarus is reportedly in intensive care after being hospitalized.

Russian upper house Duma passes LGBTQ propaganda bill

The upper house of Russias parliament has unanimously approved a bill that significantly expands restrictions on activities seen as promoting LGBTQ rights in the country

EU climate chief defends plans for carbon farming

The European Unions top climate official has dismissed criticism from environmental groups over its proposal to incorporate carbon removal methods into its climate plans, saying they wont undermine the blocs efforts to tackle climate change

Crunch time: UN puts baguette on cultural heritage list

The baguette is being inscribed on the U.N.s list of intangible heritage.

Protests have spread across the country in response to Chinas prevention and containment policy for COVID-19.

Palestinian man killed during Israeli raid in West Bank

Palestinian officials say Israeli troops have shot and killed a Palestinian man during an arrest raid in the occupied West Bank as a recent spike in deadly violence shows no signs of slowing

Taliban: 10 killed in bombing of Afghan religious school

A Taliban official says that at least 10 students were killed when a bomb blast hit a religious school in northern Afghanistan

EU Commission proposes blocking billions in funds to Hungary

The European Unions executive branch has recommended that billions of euros in EU funds be withheld from Hungary over its failure to implement solid rule-of-law reforms, a move highlighting lingering divergences between the European partners

19 injured in ethane explosion in southern Mexico

Authorities in the Mexican Gulf coast state of Veracruz say 19 people were injured when a pipeline carrying ethane gas exploded

Islamic State group spokesman says IS leader Abu al-Hassan al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi was recently killed in battle

Islamic State group spokesman says IS leader Abu al-Hassan al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi was recently killed in battle

Spain starts new code to avoid sexism in ads for kids toys

Spain is enacting a new ethics code to discourage toy manufacturers from using sexist stereotypes such as dolls for girls and action figures for boys in advertisements as the Christmas season kicks off

1 injured by small blast at Ukrainian embassy in Madrid

Spains Interior Ministry says police are investigating reports of a small blast at the Ukrainian embassy in Madrid

EU sees 6-year high in numbers of people seeking asylum

The European Unions asylum agency says the number of people seeking asylum in Europe has hit a six-year high, with Syrian nationals once again seeking international protection more than people from any other country

Zambian killed in Ukraine was employed as Russian mercenary

Russias Wagner Group head Yevgeny Prigozhin says a Zambian student who was serving a prison sentence in Russia and was killed fighting alongside Russian troops in Ukraine had been employed by his mercenary group

German gas importer Uniper seeks damages from Gazprom

German energy company Uniper is suing Gazprom for damages over natural gas that hasnt been delivered since June when the Russian supplier started reducing amounts to Germany

South Africans protest pending release of Hanis killer

More than a thousand people have protested outside a prison in South Africa against the pending release of Janusz Walus, the convicted killer of anti-apartheid leader Chris Hani

Hong Kong rags-to-riches publisher facing Security Law trial

Hong Kong publisher Jimmy Lai broke into the media industry about 30 years ago armed with the belief that delivering information equates with delivering freedom

Family of former Marine held in Russia worried after communication cut off

Whelan has been speaking most weeks to his parents via video call from prison.

German government mulls stake in Dutch grid operator TenneT

The German government says it is considering taking a stake in Dutch grid operator TenneT, which has a large footprint in Germany

Dutch court shoots down plan using paintball guns on wolves

A Dutch court has rejected a plan to control the countrys growing wolf population by shooting at the animals with paintball guns to scare them away from people

Necessary evil: France refires coal plant amid energy woes

France has restarted a shuttered coal plant as part of emergency efforts to keep heat and electricity on this winter

Ukraine welcomes arms offers, no word on Patriot missiles

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is condemning Russias weekslong assault on Ukraines power grid and other infrastructure as an attempt to freeze and starve its people

Russian, Chinese bombers fly joint patrols over Pacific

Russian and Chinese strategic bombers have flown a joint patrol over the western Pacific in a show of increasingly close defense ties between the two countries

Turkey: more steps needed for nod to Nordic states NATO bid

Turkeys foreign minister says Sweden and Finland have made some progress in meeting Turkeys security concerns but still need to undertake concrete steps to win Ankaras approval for their NATO membership bids

Spain insists no deaths on its soil during Melilla tragedy

Spains interior minister has flatly rejected new media reports of possible deaths on Spanish soil during a June storming of the border fence separating its north African enclave of Melilla from Morocco when at least 23 people died

Germany quits energy treaty, says it hampers climate goals

Germanys energy minister says the government has formally decided to abandon an international energy accord that fossil fuel companies had used to oppose measures against climate change

Inflation eases in Europe, but still in double digits

Inflation in Europe has eased for the first time in more than a year as energy prices drifted down from painful highs

German police raid, question online hate speech suspects

Authorities in Germany say police have searched homes and questioned suspects as part of an annual nationwide crackdown against online hate speech

Life sentence for poacher who killed German police officers

A court in western Germany convicted a 39-year-old man of murder Wednesday in the shooting deaths of two police officers who had stopped him and an accomplice on suspicion of poaching

The seesaw relationship between North Korea and the US

Americas complicated history with immigration

Dramatic images from the Hong Kong protests

US forces kill senior terrorist leader in Syria

US military captures top ISIS leader in Syria

US military ground raid in Syria captures top ISIS leader

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