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The world's spying capital tilts toward Putin's Russia A pro-Moscow party is responsible for Austria's intelligence services, raising fears that Western secrets might be leaked to Vladimir Putin's government. Facebook CEO faces tough questions from European lawmakers A relatively staid hearing became interesting toward the end when some of the lawmakers said Zuckerberg did not answer their questions. Trump: North Korea summit might not happen in June "If it doesn't happen, maybe it will happen later," Trump said in Oval Office remarks alongside South Korean President Moon Jae-in. 65 dead in Pakistani city as temperature tops 111 degrees The heat wave has coincided with power outages and the start of Ramadan, when most Muslims do not eat or drink during the day. Pakistani dad urges Trump to keep schools safe Abdul Aziz Sheikh, father of exchange student Sabika Sheikh, says he thought his daughter would be safer in America than in Pakistan.
What is Nipah virus? “It’s the worst disease no one has ever heard of.” China agrees to slash car tariffs — but it's still six times more than the U.S. pays At 15 percent, Chinese automotive tariffs will still be six times higher than what the U.S. charges on almost all vehicles. Rev. Michael Curry: I could see the 'quiet British amens' The American bishop who presided over the royal wedding reveals his initial nerves and his first thoughts after delivering the groundbreaking sermon. Congo vaccinates health workers against Ebola Vaccine use starts new era of fighting deadly virus Pompeo deserves a 'punch to the mouth' over his sanctions vow, Iran commander says The U.S. is demanding that Tehran essentially overhaul its regional and military policies by meeting a list of 12 demands.
N. Korea welcomes journalists — but no experts — to witness nuclear shutdown Despite this week's ceremony, Kim Jong Un could build a new site if more testing is required or dismantle the tunnels in a reversible manner. Australian archbishop convicted of sex abuse cover-up Wilson denied under oath that two former altar boys told him that they had been sexually abused by a priest. AP investigation: A Trump fundraiser's secret lobbying effort to win $1B in business Hundreds of pages of leaked emails show how Elliott Broidy and his business partner, Lebanese-American George Nader, pitched themselves to Middle Eastern crown princes as a backchannel to the White House. Trump accused of caving on China trade by pulling back tariffs 'China is winning the negotiations,' said one Republican senator. Pompeo vows to slap 'strongest sanctions in history' on Iran The secretary of state outlined 12 steep demands aimed at the heart of Iran's foreign policy agenda.
LGBTQ community cheers pope's 'God made you like this' remark Pope Francis’ reported comments have been embraced as another sign of his desire to make gay people feel welcomed and loved in the Catholic Church. Weeping survivors recall London tower fire horror Inquiry hears victim's devastating account: 'I held my son in my arms, hoping it was all a bad dream, wishing, praying for a miracle.' Russian billionaire tycoon with ties to Putin left waiting for UK visa British lawmakers want to see tighter controls on Russian 'dirty money' in London. What is Ebola? Outbreak in Congo explained Virus is highly deadly and spreads by direct personal contact Markle begins royal life with message on empowerment The new Duchess of Sussex supports a charity that tackles the stigma of menstruation in Indian slums.
Venezuela's Maduro declared winner of second term amid severe crisis The election comes during a deepening crisis that's made food scarce and inflation soar as oil production in the once wealthy nation plummets. Asia Argento delivers searing speech at Cannes against Weinstein “And even tonight, sitting among you, there are those who still have to be held accountable for their conduct against women," she added. British royal family thanks those who celebrated wedding The family tweeted its thanks while Harry and his bride were attending a private soiree hosted by Harry's father, Prince Charles. Company in Cuba plane crash had received serious safety complaints The plane was barred from Guyanese airspace after authorities discovered that its crew had been allowing dangerous overloading of luggage on flights. Congo begins Ebola vaccinations with 4,000 doses shipped The World Health Organization said on Friday that the disease had killed 25 people since early April.