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American death in Mexico investigated as femicide

Shanquella Robinsons family speak out after death

Mass egg shortage hits United Kingdom

Qatar World Cup controversy explained

Pope heads to fathers birthplace in Italy

Accused bishop asks to be removed from priesthood

Putin leaves bad news on Ukraine to others

Explosion kills at least 9 on Russias Sakhalin

Malaysias old party, Mahathir lose ground to poll rivals

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What does the 8 billion global population mean for food security and world hunger?

We are on the way to a raging food catastrophe, the UN Secretary-General said.

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak promised 125 anti-aircraft guns and other air-defense technology as he made an unannounced visit Saturday his first to Ukraines snow-blanketed capital

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

U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says the deadly missile explosion in Poland this week is a consequence of Russian President Vladimir Putins war of choice against Ukraine

Russia continues attack on Ukraines energy infrastructure

ABC News Live Rundown: Friday, November 18, 2022

2 dead in fiery crash landing in Peru

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

UK PM Sunak makes surprise trip to Kyiv, boosts defense aid

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak promised 125 anti-aircraft guns and other air-defense technology as he made an unannounced visit Saturday his first to Ukraines snow-blanketed capital

Malaysias old party, Mahathir lose ground to poll rivals

Malaysias graft-tainted coalition that had ruled the country for decades is losing ground to rival Malay blocs but could still return to power depending on post-election alliances

German bishops assure Vatican but vow to proceed with reform

Germanys Catholic bishops are vowing to continue their controversial reform process after a week of tense meetings with Vatican officials seeking to put the brakes on proposals to ordain women, bless gay unions and rethink church teaching on sexuality

US defense secretary blames Putins war for Poland explosion

U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin says the deadly missile explosion in Poland this week is a consequence of Russian President Vladimir Putins war of choice against Ukraine

Funeral held for first of 2 Poles killed in missile blast

A funeral has been held for one of two Polish men who died in a missile explosion near the border with Ukraine

Leaders of French-speaking countries hold summit in Tunisia

Leaders of French-speaking countries are gathering on the Tunisian island off the Mediterranean coast for a summit amid a soaring cost-of-living crisis across Africa, Europe and the Middle East due to the war in Ukraine

Palestinian leader quietly in Qatar for World Cup opening

Qatars news agency reports that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has arrived in Doha to attend the World Cup opening ceremony

Pope visits immigrant fathers hometown for birthday party

Pope Francis has returned to his fathers birthplace in northern Italy for the first time since ascending the papacy

North Korea unveils Kims daughter at missile launch site

North Korea has unveiled the little-known daughter of its leader Kim Jong Un at a missile launch site

Officials: IS militants kill 4 Iraqi soldiers in northwest

Security sources and a local government official say Islamic State group militants attacked an Iraqi army position in the northwestern governorate of Kirkuk killing four soldiers

What does the 8 billion global population mean for food security and world hunger?

We are on the way to a raging food catastrophe, the UN Secretary-General said.

Accused Albany bishop asks to be removed from priesthood

The retired bishop of Albany, New York, is asking Pope Francis to be removed from the priesthood

Maldives minister: UN climate negotiators reach deal on compensation fund for poor nations; Still must be ratified

Maldives minister: UN climate negotiators reach deal on compensation fund for poor nations; Still must be ratified

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

VP Harris meets with Chinas Xi in bid to keep lines open

U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris has spoken briefly with Chinese leader Xi Jinping in another step toward keeping lines of communication open between the two biggest economies

North Koreas Kim boasts new ICBM as US flies bombers

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says the test of a newly developed intercontinental ballistic missile confirmed that he has another reliable and maximum-capacity weapon to contain any outside threats

Bulgaria detains 5 suspects in deadly Istanbul bombing

Prosecutors in Bulgaria say five people have been detained there in connection with the bombing that killed six people in Turkeys largest city last weekend

Asia-Pacific leaders condemn war, renew calls for open trade

Leaders from around the Asia-Pacific have condemned and called for an end to Russias war on Ukraine

Egg shortage hits UK as shoppers across the country are met with empty shelves

Some supermarkets have even put rations on the number of eggs consumers can buy.

Explosion kills at least 9 on Russias island of Sakhalin

Four children were among the victims of the apartment gas explosion.

3 Indian soldiers killed in Kashmir avalanche

An avalanche in Kashmir has killed three Indian soldiers along the heavily militarized Himalayan frontier between India and Pakistan

Asia-Pacific leaders endorse statement condemning Ukraine war, vow to push pandemic recovery, prepare for future crises

Asia-Pacific leaders endorse statement condemning Ukraine war, vow to push pandemic recovery, prepare for future crises

Asia-Pacific leaders condemn war, renew calls for open trade

Leaders from around the Asia-Pacific are wrapping up a summit in Bangkok, Thailand, with talks on how to steer the regions economies through the turmoil of war, pandemics and other threats to peace and stability

Asia-Pacific leaders condemn war, renew calls for open trade

Leaders from around the Asia-Pacific are wrapping up a summit in Bangkok, Thailand, with talks on how to steer the regions economies through the turmoil of war, pandemics and other threats to peace and stability

Israeli airstrikes on Syria kill 4 soldiers, injure 1

The Syrian military says Israeli airstrikes have hit central and coastal regions of Syria, killing four soldiers and wounding one

Chinas Xi seeks fresh 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 fresh diplomatic inroads as Washington pushes back against Beijings influence in the region

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

Authorities: 10 inmates killed in Ecuador prison riot

Ten inmates are dead following a riot at a prison in Ecuadors capital

What to know about Malaysias general elections

Malaysias general elections are taking place Saturday, over a month after Prime Minister Ismail Sabri Yaakob dissolved Parliament and announced snap elections

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

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

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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