(NEW YORK) -- Attorneys for Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman said the convicted drug kingpin will seek a new trial in light of an interview in which one of the jurors who convicted the notorious Mexican cartel leader admitted ignoring the judge's orders not...

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(CUCUTA, Colombia) - Thousands of people gathered on Colombia's border with Venezuela Friday for a blockbuster concert backed by British billionaire Richard Branson aimed to raise money to alleviate suffering in Venezuela. The Venezuelan regime plann...

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(BEIJING) -- Soon after Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman touched down in Beijing on Thursday, he made his way to the Great Wall of China, grinning and posing for the cameras.China is the last stop on MBS' economic goodwill tour of A...

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(MOSCOW) -- A Moscow court on Friday extended the detention of Paul Whelan, the former U.S. Marine held on espionage charges in Russia, for at least three additional months.Whelan spoke with reporters for the first time in court, telling...

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(WASHINGTON) -- As President Donald Trump seeks to wind down the fight against the Islamic State in Syria, his administration is increasingly leaving open the possibility that some of the group's foreign fighters be sent to the U.S. detention facilit...

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(WASHINGTON) -- The father of a so-called "ISIS bride," who was born and raised in the U.S. and now wants to return home with her son, has sued the Trump administration after it declared that she is not a citizen and has no right to enter the country...

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(PALORA, Ecuador) -- A magnitude 7.5 earthquake struck eastern Ecuador early Friday morning, the U.S. Geological Survey reported.The tremor originated near the Ecuadorian border with Peru, about 82 miles below the surface. The...

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(CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.) -- Israel's Beresheet robot took off on a historic moon mission, with the help of SpaceX, on Thursday night.SpaceIL and the state-owned Israel Aerospace Industries launched the unmanned spacecraft from Florida's Cap...

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(ROME) -- On the first day of a historic conference that’s likely to become a defining moment of his papacy, Pope Francis appeared prepared to tackle the excruciating, decades-long epidemic of child sex abuse at the hands of Catholic priests....

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(ROME) -- The meeting of Catholic leadership in the Vatican to address clerical sex abuse comes amid a busy and controversial time for the church within the United States.There are now at least 17 states or cities that have open investiga...

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(NEW YORK) -- A photographer on a quest to capture an image of the elusive world's largest bee found success while retracing the steps of famous anthropologist Alfred Russel Wallace, who jointly published some writings on evolution through natural se...

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(NEW YORK) -- Attorneys for Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman say they are "deeply concerned" by an interview in which one of the jurors who convicted the notorious Mexican drug kingpin admitted to ignoring the judge's orders not to read media reports about...

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(FAIRFAX, Va.) -- A species of tortoise thought by scientists to be extinct for more than 100 years were actually hiding in plain sight on a remote Galapagos island.The Galapagos Conservancy, a Fairfax, Virginia-based organization dedicat...

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(SEOUL, South Korea) -- After nearly five decades of living without knowing each other, two South Korean-born sisters embraced each other at a subway station in Daegu, a city 180 miles outside of Seoul, thanks to a DNA test."The chances o...

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