‘Darknet’ Market Spokesman to Be Sentenced on Federal Charge
An Illinois man who worked as a spokesman for a 'darknet' marketplace used for illegal online sales is scheduled to be sentenced in federal court in Atlanta.
Yemen Officials: Bombing in Aden Wounds Politician, 3 Others
Yemeni officials say a roadside bombing in the southern city of Aden has wounded a prominent politician, his son and two other people.
Train Strikes Car Outside Atlanta, Killing 3 Women
Three women in a car struck by a train outside Atlanta have died, and a fourth remains hospitalized.
Spanish Taxi Driver Protest Retains Momentum, Snarls Traffic
Traffic is still snarled in some of Spain’s biggest cities as striking taxi drivers are extending their protest against ride-hailing services.
In Paris, British Foreign Minister Tries to Sell Brexit Plan
French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves le Drian and his newly-appointed British counterpart, Jeremy Hunt, are holding their first working meeting in Paris.
US Military in Africa Says Changes Made to Protect Troops
The U.S. military in Africa has taken steps to increase the security of troops on the ground, adding armed drones and armored vehicles and taking a harder look at when American forces go out with local troops, the head of the U.S. Africa Command says.
IS Claims Responsibility for Tajikistan Attack That Killed 4
The Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a weekend attack on Western tourists in Tajikistan that left four people killed.
The Latest: 1st Zimbabwe Results Expected Tuesday Afternoon
The Latest on Zimbabwe’s election (all times local):
European Economy Slows Amid Trade Fears
Europe’s economy slowed further in the second quarter amid concerns over global trade disputes, official figures showed Tuesday.
Credit Suisse Warns of Impact of Trade War, Higher Rates
Swiss bank Credit Suisse is warning that trade tensions and rising interest rates 'are likely to trigger periods of heightened uncertainty through the remainder of 2018.'