Iran Says US Presence in Syria Damaged Peace, Security
Iran’s Foreign Ministry says the U.S. military presence in Syria has damaged the region in the government’s first comments on President Donald Trump’s plan to pull U.S. troops from the war-torn country.
Shiffrin Edges Vlhova to Lead 1st Run of World Cup Slalom
Mikaela Shiffrin overcame a rare error in World Cup slalom on Saturday to lead the first run by just 0.04 seconds.
4 Stowaways Arrested as Ship Incident Resolved in England
British police say four men have been detained under the Immigration Act after a 'complex incident' involving a ship in the Thames Estuary in southeast England was resolved without any injuries.
Respite in Paris as Yellow Vest Movement Abates
The yellow vest protests, which have brought particular chaos to Paris over the past few weeks, clearly abated Saturday, as the Christmas holiday season begins in earnest.
Africa in 2018: An Extraordinary Peace Blooms Amid Crises
As the roar of 'strongman' politics rose in 2018, extraordinary developments in Africa offered an alternative to the noise. Millions watched, astounded, as one of the world’s most reclusive leaders accepted a reformist’s peace offer, bringing a two-decade conflict to a close.
Spain Awaits the Results of ‘The Fat One’ Christmas Lottery
Spaniards are looking to strike it rich when the bumper Christmas lottery takes place Saturday.
Macron in Chad to Meet Soldiers Amid Extremist Threats
French President Emmanuel Macron is traveling to Chad for a two-day visit to meet with French soldiers deployed in the Sahel region with Operation Barkhane amid persistent extremist threats.
Gatwick Flights Operating After 2 Arrested for Using Drone
London’s Gatwick Airport is seeking to run a full schedule Saturday after police arrested a man and a woman in connection with the 'criminal use of drones.'
Playoff: Notre Dame Defense Preparing for Prolific Tigers
Notre Dame All-American cornerback Julian Love already knows all about Clemson. Blame his roommate.
Somalia Blast Kills at Least 6 Near Presidential Palace
An explosives-packed vehicle detonated at a military checkpoint near Somalia’s presidential palace, killing at least six people and wounding several others, police said. The al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab extremist group, which often targets Mogadishu, claimed responsibility for the attack.