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New photo released to mark 70th wedding anniversary of Queen Elizabeth, Prince Philip

Arthur Edwards - WPA Pool/Getty Images (LONDON) -- Buckingham Palace has released a new photograph to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's 70th wedding anniversary to Prince Philip on November 20. Queen Elizabeth ...

US deploying assets to help rescue missing Argentine submarine

iStock/Thinkstock (SAN DIEGO) -- The U.S. Navy and Air Force are answering the calls by the Argentine government by deploying more resources into the massive rescue mission already underway ...

Thousands march in Zimbabwe against President Robert Mugabe

Jack Taylor/Stringer/Getty (HARARE, Zimbabwe) -- Thousands of Zimbabweans marched through the capital on Saturday demanding that President Robert Mugabe step down, days after the military placed the longtime ruler ...

US warship collides with Japanese tug boat, latest mishap for the Navy's 7th Fleet

iStock/Thinkstock (TOKYO) -- A U.S. warship collided with a Japanese commercial tug boat in Japan's Sagami Bay on Saturday, marking the fifth time this year that a ship in ...

Argentine Navy loses communication with submarine carrying crew of 44

MR1805/iStock/Thinkstock (BUENOS AIRES) -- The Argentine Navy confirmed Friday that it has lost communication with one of its submarines.According to the Navy, the submarine's last-known position in the area ...

Yemen 'one of the most dangerous places on earth' for children: UN

Getty Images (NEW YORK) -- The Saudi-led coalition’s blockade of Yemen has “choked off” urgently needed humanitarian aid, threatening the lives of millions of vulnerable families and children, U.N. ...

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe appears in public 1st time since apparent military coup

iStock/Thinkstock (HARARE, Zimbabwe) -- Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe showed no signs of loosening his iron grip on power Friday as he appeared in public for the first time since ...

Does hunting elephants help conserve the species?

Ingram/Thinkstock (HARARE, Zimbabwe) -- The Trump administration had planned to start accepting permits Friday for hunters to bring trophies from elephants hunted in Zimbabwe and Zambia into the United ...

Secretary of Defense Mattis: 'Opportunity for talks' if North Korea stops testing, developing and exporting nuclear weapons

US Department of Defense (WASHINGTON) -- There could be an "opportunity for talks" between the United States and North Korea, Secretary of Defense James Mattis said Thursday, if North ...

Australian police seize $186 million worth of cocaine on yacht

Ben185/iStock/Thinkstock (NEW SOUTH WALES, Australia) -- More than 1,500 pounds of cocaine, worth an estimated $186 million, were seized from a yacht in the state of New South Wales, ...

More French women are reporting incidents of sexual misconduct

claudiodivizia/iStock/Thinkstock (PARIS) -- The fallout from the Harvey Weinstein scandal has been reverberating far beyond the United States’ borders, and in France, where male chauvinism is ingrained in the ...

Prince William releases first-ever online code of conduct to combat cyberbullying

Tolga Akmen/WPA Pool/Getty Images (LONDON) -- Prince William announced recommendations Thursday for combating cyberbullying after convening a task force of leading tech companies to look at the issue.The online ...

Police: Grenfell Tower fire killed 71 people, including a stillborn baby

Carl Court/Getty Images (LONDON) -- The Grenfell Tower fire killed a total of 71 people, including a stillborn baby, London’s police said on Thursday after recovering and identifying all ...

Tillerson 'deeply concerned' about violence against Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar

iStock/Thinkstock ( NEW YORK ) -- Secretary of state Rex Tillerson stated that he is “deeply concerned” about the continuing atrocities involving the Rohingya Muslim minority in Myanmar’s Rakhine ...

Trump administration to reverse ban on elephant trophies from Africa

Ingram Publishing/Thinkstock (NEW YORK) -- The Trump administration plans to allow hunters to import trophies of elephants they killed in Zimbabwe and Zambia back to the United States, reversing ...

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