(WASHINGTON) -- The parents of Otto Warmbier, the American student who died shortly after being released from North Korean detention, say they are on a "mission." Speaking in South Korea's capital on Friday, Cindy and Fred Warmbier said they...

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(SEOUL, South Korea) -- South Korea has decided to maintain its current system of giving no exemptions to K-pop artists in mandatory military service, which means members of the all-Korean boy band sensation BTS won't be spared after all. &ld...

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(NEW YORK) -- Two brothers who unknowingly helped Joran van der Sloot flee the murder of a Peruvian woman by driving him into Chile recalled the hours-long ride with van der Sloot, who has long been suspected by Natalee Holloway’s mother of bei...

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(HONG KONG) -- An unknown number of protesters remain holed up inside Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University as riot police encircle the campus, which has been the site of violent clashes in recent days.Thousands of black-clad demonstrators...

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(JERUSALEM) -- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted Thursday on charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust, the nation's attorney general said.Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit announced the decision following lengthy i...

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(LONDON) — Sixteen people were discovered sealed in a truck on a ferry traveling from France to Ireland, officials said Thursday.The 16 individuals were found on a Stena Line ferry, which was traveling from Cherbourg, France, to Rosslar...

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(SAN NICOLAS, Aruba) -- Roughly 24 hours after her teenage daughter Natalee Holloway vanished in 2005, Beth Holloway stood face to face on a foreign island with the man she believes holds all the answers to what happened to her daughter – Joran...

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(NEW YORK) -- Documents obtained years ago by the family of retired FBI agent Robert Levinson, who has been missing in Iran for more than a decade, may provide the most convincing evidence yet that he was arrested and held by Iranian intelligence age...

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(LONDON) -- Prince Andrew will step back from public duties "for the foreseeable future" over heavy criticism he has faced for his relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, he said in a statement on Wednesday."It has become cl...

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(TEHRAN, Iran) — With internet connections cut off across the country by authorities in Iran after days of bloody protests, Iranians are scrambling to understand what is happening beyond what little has come out in official channels.On...

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(BERLIN) — Austrian officials announced Tuesday that the home Adolf Hitler was born in will be turned into a police station. The decision follows a lengthy legal battle between the Austrian government and the owner of the house in Braunau am In...

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(WASHINGTON) -- Two U.S. service members were killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan on Wednesday. U.S. military officials said it did not appear that the helicopter went down as a result of enemy fire. "Two U.S. service members were kil...

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(KABUL, Afghanistan) -- An American and Australian professor who were kidnapped in Afghanistan and held hostage for more than three years have been released by the Taliban in a prisoner swap aimed at restarting peace negotiations between the United S...

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(STOCKHOLM) -- Sweden has dropped a rape investigation involving WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, prosecutors announced Tuesday. Officials said the evidence against Assange has weakened due to the long period of time that has elapsed since t...

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