Strong Quake Hits Off Tonga; No Injuries Reported
A strong earthquake has hit off the Pacific island nation of Tonga, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
Civilian Death Toll in Yemen Mounting Despite US Assurances
Airstrikes by Saudi Arabia and its allies in Yemen are on a pace to kill more civilians than last year, according to a database tracking violence in the country, despite the United States’ repeated claims that the coalition is taking precautions to prevent such bloodshed.
The Latest: Trump Says US Still Wants to Help Defend Europe
The Latest on President Donald Trump in France (all times local):
Turkey Ammunition Depot Blast Killed 4 Soldiers, Wounded 20
Turkey’s president says four soldiers have been killed and around 20 others injured in an explosion at an ammunition depot at a base in southeast Turkey.
Van Carrying Migrants Crashes; Boy Killed, 27 Others Injured
Greek police say that a 4-year-old Iraqi boy has been killed and 27 others injured when a van carrying migrants struck a truck while fleeing police in northern Greece.
Unsung Heroes, Animals Were Vital Part of WWI War Machine
They were messengers, spies and sentinels. They led cavalry charges, carried supplies to the front, and died by the millions during World War I.
The Latest: Femen Protest at WWI Commemoration Site
The Latest on World War I armistice commemorations (all times local):
Leaders Laud Fallen Soldiers on Eve of Armistice Centennial
With words of gratitude, simple, solemn silence or a tweet, leaders lauded the courage of millions of soldiers who were killed during World War I’s four years of unprecedented slaughter before converging on Paris for ceremonies to mark the centennial of the Armistice.
Trump Asks if There’s Anything Better Than the End of a War
In Paris to mark the centennial of World War I, President Donald Trump asked Saturday if there is anything better than celebrating the end of a war.
2 Koreas Complete the Disarming of 22 Guard Posts
The North and South Korean militaries completed withdrawing troops and firearms from 22 front-line guard posts on Saturday as they continue to implement a wide-ranging agreement reached in September to reduce tensions across the world’s most fortified border, a South Korean Defense Ministry official said.