The Latest: Israel’s Leader Praises Trump for US Strike
The latest on U.S.-Iran tensions (all times local):
Man Killed in Shark Attack Off Western Australia State
A man was killed by a shark Sunday while diving near Esperance off the coast of Western Australia state.
From Gervais to J.Lo, What to Expect at the Golden Globes
The Golden Globes are famously unpredictable, but a few sure things seem to be in store for Sunday?s awards: Streaming services will play a starring role; five-time host Ricky Gervais will snicker at his own jokes; and Brad Pitt is all but assured of taking home an award.
Wildfires Threaten Unique Critters on Australian ‘Galapagos’
It has been described as Australia’s Galapagos Islands and has long been a refuge for some of the country’s most endangered creatures. But devastating wildfires over recent days have undone decades of careful conservation work on Kangaroo Island and have threatened to wipe out some of the island’s unique fauna altogether.
7 More Hong Kong Patients Treated for Mystery Disease
Hong Kong’s health and food secretary said Sunday that seven more people are being treated for a possible viral pneumonia.
1 of 2 Escapees From Troubled Mississippi Prison in Custody
One of two prisoners believed to have escaped from one of several Mississippi prisons recently rocked by violence is back in custody, authorities said early Sunday.
Spanish Leader Seeks OK for Left-Wing Coalition Government
Spain?s interim Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez has two opportunities to win the endorsement of the Spanish Parliament to form a left-wing coalition government.
Car Plows Into German Tourists in Northern Italy, 6 Dead
A car plowed into a group of young German tourists in northern Italy early Sunday, killing 6 people and injuring 11, Italian fire officials said.
Hong Kong Protesters March to Oppose Traders From Mainland
Thousands of people marched through a Hong Kong border town on Sunday to oppose traders from mainland China.
Death Toll From Airstrike in Libya?s Tripoli Climbs to 30
The death toll from an airstrike that slammed into a military academy in Libya?s capital climbed to at least 30 people, most of them students, health authorities said Sunday.