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Kate, the Princess of Wales, wished the Irish Guards good luck on their final rehearsal before the Trooping of the Color parade in honor of the king’s birthday. Kate, who has been recovering from … more
World War II veteran Harold Terens and his sweetheart Jeanne Swerlin proved that love is eternal as they tied the knot near the D-Day beaches in Normandy, France. He’s 100, she’s a youngster of … more
Israel says it has rescued four hostages who were kidnapped in a Hamas-led attack on Oct. 7.  It is the largest such hostage recovery operation since the war with Hamas began in Gaza.  The army … more
It’s easy to get overwhelmed by the EU elections. Voters are casting ballots in two dozen languages in 27 countries with scores of different campaign issues. There are some key races to watch in … more
Authorities say a man who reportedly assaulted the Danish Prime Minister in central Copenhagen will appear in a pre-trial custody hearing. Police confirmed “there has been an incident” with Prime … more
The decision by British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to leave D-Day commemorations in northern France early has caused a political storm that threatens to derail his Conservative Party’s general … more
Voters in Slovakia are casting the ballots in European Parliamentary elections just weeks after an attempt to assassinate populist Prime Minister Robert Fico. Analysts say the attack that sent the … more
While the cause of the May 19 helicopter crash that killed Iran's president and others remains unknown, the sudden death of the hard-line protégé of Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei … more
President Joe Biden is being feted by French President Emmanuel Macron with a state visit this weekend in Paris. The two allies aim to show off their partnership on global security issues and move … more
British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has apologized for leaving D-Day commemorations in France early to fly home for an election campaign television interview. Sunak was not alongside leaders including … more
The U.N. secretary-general will list Israel and Hamas as violating the rights and protection of children in armed conflict in an annual report to the Security Council. The preface of last year’s … more
President Vladimir Putin says that the Russian economy is growing despite heavy international sanctions and the country has expanded economic ties with countries in Africa, the Middle East and Asia. … more
The military trial of 51 suspects, including three Americans, accused of being involved in a foiled coup attempt in Congo last month has opened in Kinshasa. The suspects appeared in court on Friday … more
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday was formally elected as the leader of the National Democratic Alliance coalition, which won the most number of seats in the country’s national election … more
An American veteran and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy shared an emotional moment at a ceremony to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the D-Day invasion to liberate France in World War II. … more
Voters in Ireland and the Czech Republic are going to the polls on the second day of the elections for the European Paraliament. A surge of the far-right across the 27-nation bloc is most likely to … more
South Koreans are alert for possible new launches by North Korea of balloons carrying rubbish into the South, a day after Seoul activists flew their own balloons to scatter political leaflets in the … more
U.S. President Joe Biden is due to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Paris as Kyiv’s army endures its hardest days of fighting since the early weeks of the war with Russia and … more
Sweden’s defense chief has expressed alarm over Beijing’s repeated dangerous maneuvers against Philippine vessels in the disputed South China Sea, saying such actions threaten local and global … more
Belgian voters return to the polls on Sunday while both the far-right and the far-left are rising in the country. The vote could mean complex negotiations ahead in a country of 11.5 million people … more
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