- 5 people rescued after private plane crashes into waters near Bahamas: Authorities
pawel.gaul/Getty Images(NASSAU, Bahamas) -- Five people were rescued after a private plane crashed into waters near the Bahamas on Thursday, the Bahamas' Aircraft Accident Investigation Authority told ABC News. The plane was en route to Florida […]
- Are US arms sent to Ukraine being tracked so they can't be used to attack Russia?
Serhii Mykhalchuk/Global Images Ukraine via Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- Paramilitary organizations making the largest cross-border attack inside Russia since the war began have maintained they're fighting for Ukraine and reportedly claimed to have […]
- France passes law to regulate paid influencers, combat fraud
Telmo Pinto/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images(PARIS) -- France is now the first country in Europe to regulate influencer marketing on social media, cracking down on what people can monetize and promote online with a new law passed on […]
- Prince William, Kate attend royal wedding in Jordan
Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- William and Kate traveled from their home in Windsor, England, to Jordan to attend the wedding of Crown Prince Al Hussein bin Abdullah II, 28, and Rajwa Alseif, 29, on Thursday. The Waleses are reportedly […]
- 'A number of items seized' in Portugal in renewed search for Madeleine McCann, German authorities say
Sheila Paras/Getty Images(LONDON and BERLIN) -- German authorities said Thursday that "a number of items were seized" in Portugal during a renewed search for missing British child Madeleine McCann. "These will be evaluated in the coming days and […]
- Canada becomes first country to put health warnings on individual cigarettes
krisanapong detraphiphat/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Canada has announced that it will begin putting individual warning labels on cigarettes and other tobacco products in an effort to further reduce their appeal, becoming the world’s first country […]
- What is happening in Sudan?
Ahmed Satti/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images(KHARTOUM, Sudan) -- Sudan is on the brink of collapse as forces loyal to two rival generals are battling for control of the resource-rich North African nation. The ongoing conflict has left hundreds of […]
- Talks between Sudan's warring sides fall apart
pawel.gaul/Getty Images(LONDON) -- Negotiations between Sudan's warring parties fell apart Wednesday as both sides accused each other of cease-fire violations. The Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF) announced its decision to suspend its participation in […]
- North Korea satellite launch fails, with another promised as 'soon as possible'
omersukrugoksu/Getty Images(SEOUL, South Korea) -- North Korea acknowledged on Wednesday its failure to launch a military spy satellite, an attempt that U.S. officials called a "brazen violation" of U.N. resolutions. After admitting the failure in […]
- Cellists in Seoul pledge to play until end of war in Ukraine
ABC News(SEOUL, South Korea) -- On a recent Thursday afternoon, the soft melody of Bach's "Amazing Grace" filled the bustling streets of Seoul. The solemn tunes coming from the violin and cello were part of a "Concert for Peace." Twice a week, a […]