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American death in Mexico investigated as femicide

North Korea launches missile with range to hit US

Shanquella Robinsons family speak out after death

Putin leaves bad news on Ukraine to others

Qatar World Cup controversy explained

3 dead from carbon monoxide poisoning at Airbnb

Brittney Griner moved to penal colony in Mordovia

Blaming Kurds for unrest, Iran threatens Iraq with offensive

N. Korea fires suspected long-range missile

North Korea fires missile after threatening fiercer step

North Korea has launched a short-range ballistic missile toward its eastern waters, hours after it threatened fiercer military responses to the U.S. bolstering its security commitment with allies South Korea and Japan

Top Vatican cardinals are trying to put the brakes on the German Catholic Churchs controversial reform process

The WNBA star is being moved to an unknown camp location in Russia.

Police in Northern Ireland say two officers escaped injury when their vehicle was damaged by a homemade bomb

ABC News Live: Buffalo buried by lake-effect snow

New Webb Telescope image, Istanbul explosion, COP27: Week in Photos

ABC News Live: Congress enters a new era as Republicans take the House

Millions of Ukrainians without power in wake of recent Russian attacks

ABC News Live: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi will not seek leadership reelection

ABC News Live: Severe winter storm slams Northeast with heavy snow and ice

Growing questions over death of American tourist in Mexico

Controversial 2022 FIFA World Cup set to begin in Qatar

Brittney Griner moved to Russian penal colony

North Korea test-fires intercontinental ballistic missile

ABC News Live Prime: Thursday, November 17, 2022

Plane hits vehicle on runway, catches fire at Limas airport

A LATAM Airlines plane taking off from Limas international airport has struck a firetruck on the runway and caught fire

North Korea test-fires ICBM with range to strike entire US

North Korea has fired an intercontinental ballistic missile that landed near Japanese waters in its second major weapons test this month that showed a potential ability to launch nuclear strikes on all of the U.S. mainland

Canadian defense minister says Ukraine winning the war

Canadas defense minister says Ukraines military is winning the war and Russian President Vladimir Putin has only united NATO and renewed its purpose

Vatican urges German Catholic Church to put brakes on reform

Top Vatican cardinals are trying to put the brakes on the German Catholic Churchs controversial reform process

3 men charged after deadly shootout off Puerto Rico coast

Federal authorities filed drug trafficking charges Friday against three men allegedly involved in a deadly shootout with U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents off the coast of Puerto Rico

Russian strikes force Ukraine to face hours-long power cuts

Ukraines electricity grid chief is warning of hours-long power outages as Russia zeroed in on Ukraines energy infrastructure with renewed artillery and missile attacks

New Webb Telescope image, Istanbul explosion, COP27: Week in Photos

A look at the top photos from around the globe.

The mens World Cup is just starting. Its already mired in controversy.

The tournament promises to be one of the most scrutinized ever.

Climate, politics double threat as Tigris-Euphrates shrivels

A combination of climate change and politics is threatening the Tigris-Euphrates river system, one of the worlds most vulnerable watersheds

Soccers governing body has been mired in controversy since its decision to host the worlds biggest and most lucrative tournament in Qatar.

Mom of Shanquella Robinson didnt believe she died from alcohol

The North Carolina native died while vacationing with friends in Mexico.

Mexico investigates American womans death as femicide, FBI opens probe

Shanquella Robinson died while vacationing in San Jose del Cabo.

Millions of Ukrainians without power in wake of recent Russian attacks

Meanwhile, the Kremlin has dismissed the idea of a summit between President Vladimir Putin and President Joe Biden, halting the potential for in-person peace talks for now.

Brazils Lula looks to revive neglected ties with Portugal

Brazilian president-elect Luiz Incio Lula da Silva has met with the president of Portugal in an effort to rekindle ties between the two Portuguese-speaking countries after four years of cool relations

Iranians protest at funeral for child killed in shooting

A large anti-government protest has erupted in Iran at the funeral for a child killed in a shooting that his mother blamed on security forces

Blaming Kurds for unrest, Iran threatens Iraq with offensive

Multiple Iraqi and Kurdish officials say a senior Iranian military official has threatened Iraq with an unprecedented ground military operation if Baghdad does not disarm Iranian Kurdish opposition groups and fortify its shared borders with Iran

More claims against Philippine prison chief linked to murder

The Philippine justice secretary says the top prison official, who is accused of plotting the killing of a radio journalist, also ordered a huge hole dug at the countrys main prison to search for rumored buried treasure

Finland to start building fence on Russian border next year

Finnish border guard officials say construction of a planned barbed-wired fence on the Nordic countrys long border with Russia will start early next year

Northern Ireland police vehicle hit in suspected bomb attack

Police in Northern Ireland say two officers escaped injury when their vehicle was damaged by a homemade bomb

Strong earthquake shakes western Indonesia; no tsunami alert

A strong undersea earthquake has shaken western Indonesia but no serious damage or casualties have been reported

Former German reserve officer convicted of spying for Russia

A former German military reserve officer has been convicted of spying for Russian intelligence for several years and given a suspended sentence of a year and nine months

Sweden: Traces of explosives found at Baltic Sea pipelines

A Swedish prosecutor says investigators have found traces of explosives at the Baltic Sea site where two gas natural pipelines were damaged in what he called an act of gross sabotage.

Ukraine experts join probe of fatal missile blast in Poland

Experts from Ukraine have joined Polish and American investigators who are looking into a missile blast that killed two men in eastern Poland

Man admits murdering woman as she walked home in London

A sexual predator with a string of convictions has pleaded guilty to killing a woman as she walked home in London

Nigerian soldier opens fire at northeast base, killing two

A Nigerian soldier opened fire at a military base in the northeast region, killing a humanitarian worker and a fellow soldier and injuring a pilot with United Nations Humanitarian Air Service

Italian oil workers seek deal for Russian-owned refinery

Thousands of workers at a Russian-owned oil refinery in Sicily have protested the facilitys possible closure as Europe imposes a full embargo on Russian oil starting next month

Italian oil workers seek deal for Russian-owned refinery

Thousands of workers at a Russian-owned oil refinery in Sicily have protested the facilitys possible closure as Europe imposes a full embargo on Russian oil starting next month

Gaza fire kills 17 from one family during birthday party

Relatives say that 21 victims of a fire that tore through a top-floor apartment in the Gaza Strip were from the same family

Hungary will not support EU aid plan to Ukraine, Orban says

Hungary will not support a European Union plan to provide Ukraine with billions in budget assistance next year, Prime Minister Viktor Orban said on Friday

Bullet holes found at building next to old German synagogue

Four bullet holes have been found in the door of a former rabbis residence that adjoins an old synagogue in the German city of Essen

Politics, climate conspire as Tigris and Euphrates dwindle

A combination of climate change and politics is threatening the Tigris-Euphrates river system, one of the worlds most vulnerable watersheds

Chinas Xi seeks new diplomatic inroads with Asian leaders

Chinese President Xi Jinping has used his first face-to-face meetings with Americas Asia-Pacific allies since 2020 to forge diplomatic inroads as Washington pushes back against Beijings influence in the region

War, North Korea missile test loom over Asia-Pacific summit

Asia-Pacific leaders meeting in Bangkok appear likely to issue a statement condemning Russias war on Ukraine

North Korea launches test missile with range to hit United States

Biden was briefed on the situation and will continue consultation with allies.

Relief meets fear as UK budget calms economy but brings pain

Britains Conservative government is defending its decision to hike taxes for millions of working people in the squeezed middle class as it tries to shore up an economy battered by double-digit inflation

Lagarde warns ECB may do more to rates than remove stimulus

The president of the European Central Bank is warning the bank may have to raise interest rates beyond merely withdrawing stimulus and into territory that could restrain growth

Greek, Israeli defense ministers stress importance of ties

The defense ministers of Israel and Greece have stressed the importance of maintaining strong alliances to tackle global and regional threats such as the war in Ukraine and ongoing tension in the eastern Mediterranean

Down to its last panda, Mexico ponders what could come next

Xin Xin, the last panda in Latin America, is not your average bear

Turkey: 17 charged over bombing in Istanbul that killed 6

Turkeys state-run news agency says a court has ordered 17 suspects jailed pending trial in connection with a deadly street bombing in Istanbul last weekend

Death toll from gas tank explosion in Iraq rises to 15

A civil defense official says the death toll from a heating gas tank that exploded in a residential complex in northern Iraq has risen to 15

Scientists try to bolster Great Barrier Reef in warmer world

Below the turquoise waters off the coast of Australia is one of the worlds natural wonders, an underwater rainbow jungle teeming with life that scientists say is showing some of the clearest signs yet of climate change

Imprisoned Russian activist honored with human rights award

An imprisoned Russian opposition activist who was honored by a human rights advocacy group dedicated his award to the thousands of people who have been arrested or detained in Russia for protesting President Vladimir Putins war in Ukraine

German industrial workers to get pay raises in 2-year deal

Germanys biggest industrial union has agreed with employers on a pay deal that will see millions of workers get raises totaling 8.5% over two years as well as one-time payments meant to cushion the effect of sky-high inflation

VP Harris assures Asian leaders US is here to stay

Harris is pitching Washington as a reliable economic partner.

Australia sticks to US nuclear subs despite French criticism

Australias prime minister says he remains committed to building a fleet of submarines powered by U_S_ nuclear technology despite the French president describing the plan as a confrontation with China.

I thought I was going to die: Abuses widespread in Ukraine

As violence escalates in Ukraine, human rights abuses have become widespread

Sydney murder conviction for gay Americans death overturned

An appeals court has overturned the conviction of a man who temporarily admitted murdering an American who fell from a Sydney cliff top that was known as a gay meeting place

AP Week in Pictures: Europe and Africa

Nov. 11-Nov. 17, 2022 From the death of the archbishop who led the Orthodox Church of Cyprus, a bomb exploding on an Istanbul street and the deployment of Keynan forces to Congo, to the retaking of Kherson and the appearance of several Banksy artworks in Ukraine, this gallery highlights some of the most compelling images made or published in the past week by The Associated Press from Europe and Africa. The selection was curated by Italian photographer Alessandra Tarantino. Follow AP visual journalism: Instagram: AP Images on Twitter: AP Images blog:

Wheres Putin? Leader leaves bad news on Ukraine to others

Putins silence comes as Russia faces mounting setbacks in Ukraine.

Wheres Putin? Leader leaves bad news on Ukraine to others

President Vladimir Putin wasnt present when his top military officials announced on television that Russia was withdrawing from the city of Kherson in southern Ukraine

The seesaw relationship between North Korea and the US

Americas complicated history with immigration

Dramatic images from the Hong Kong protests

US forces kill senior terrorist leader in Syria

US military captures top ISIS leader in Syria

US military ground raid in Syria captures top ISIS leader

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