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Nine Americans killed in Mexican ambush, Trump urges joint war on drug cartels
Gunmen killed nine women and children in the bloodiest attack on Americans in Mexico for years, prompting U.S. President Donald Trump to offer to help the neighboring country wipe out drug cartels believed to be behind the ambush.
Iran starts injecting uranium gas into Fordo centrifuges, breaking nuke deal
Iran began inserting uranium gas into centrifuges at the Fordo nuclear facility, state television announced Wednesday, marking its latest step away from the nuclear deal.
Iran's Rouhani says Fordow enrichment site will soon be fully operational
Iran’s underground uranium enrichment Fordow facility 'will soon be back to full operation', Iranian President Hassan Rouhani tweeted, a few hours after Tehran announced that uranium gas had been injected into centrifuges at the site on Wednesday.
Erdogan: Turkey arrested slain ISIS leader Baghdadi’s wife, other relatives
Turkey's president on Wednesday announced the country's forces had captured multiple relatives of slain ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, including one of the terrorist's wives -- but he also used the occasion to needle the United States for making 'a fuss' about the mission that resulted in the most-wanted militant's death.
As Iran expands enrichment, Netanyahu vows it will never have nukes
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed Tuesday to 'never let Iran develop nuclear weapons' after Tehran announced it was expanding its uranium enrichment efforts in a further breach of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Russia reportedly in possession of advanced Israeli interceptor missile
Russia is in possession of an advanced Israeli interceptor missile that was launched last year in response to Syrian rocket fire, according to a Chinese news site.
Inside the United States
House Republicans may shuffle intelligence panel roster ahead of impeachment hearings
House Republicans are weighing a move to shuffle the roster of the House Intelligence Committee ahead of public impeachment hearings.
U.S. Congress, White House mull stop-gap funding bill to avoid government shutdowns
The U.S. Congress and the White House are discussing legislation to keep U.S. government agencies operating beyond Nov. 21 when existing funding expires, with an eye toward avoiding shutdowns as Democrats could be moving to impeach President Donald Trump, lawmakers and a White House official said on Tuesday.
Kentucky Governor Race Too Close to Call, Dems Flip Virginia
Democrats took full control of the Virginia legislature for the first time in more than two decades on Tuesday while the race for governor in deeply Republican Kentucky was too close to call despite a last-minute boost from President Donald Trump.
30+ Churches Attacked, Clergy and Members Killed in Rising Unrest in Ethiopia
During the past two years since a young prime minister has taken over as the new leader of Ethiopia, more than 30 churches have been attacked with more than half of the buildings burned to the ground.
Growing insecurity threatens fresh exodus of Christians from Iraq
Growing insecurity in Iraq and on its border could lead to a fresh exodus of Christians from the country, warns a partner of Release International, which is supporting refugees in the country.