Global News : International (103)

London attack: New details emerge on Khalid Masood, 2 remain in custody

The man who killed four people outside Britain's Parliament was in Saudi Arabia three times and taught English there.

Donald Trump fact check: A look at Trump's statements on wiretaps, healthcare and Sweden

A look at how sensational charges by Donald Trump— on the failed "Obamacare" replacement bill, Russia, immigration and more — met reality checks.

Police investigating Bellagio casino burglary in Las Vegas

The Bellagio Resort and Casino on the Las Vegas Strip was put on lockdown early on Saturday after an armed burglary of a high-end jewelry store sent panicked guests and gamblers running for the exits, local media reported and police said.

Louisiana cop convicted of manslaughter in fatal shooting of autistic boy

The gruesome encounter was captured on tape by another police officer's body camera.

California approves new car pollution regulations, defying Trump

California Governor Jerry Brown and other state officials have vowed to lead the defense of environmental and other traditionally liberal causes against President Donald Trump.

Trump's failure to pass healthcare bill spells trouble for young presidency

The president who campaigned by promising "so much winning," has so far been beset by a steady parade of the opposite.

Suicide bomber blows himself up near Bangladesh airport, ISIS claims responsibility

The blast was the third incident involving explosives in the capital city of Dhaka in a week.

3 injured in shooting outside metro station in Lille, France: reports

A 14-year-old was among three people injured in the shooting.

Israeli settlement expansions illegal and 'concerning': UN envoy

Nickolay Mladenov said Israel is demonstrating "a clear intent to continue expanding the settlement enterprise in the occupied Palestinian territory."

Sunken South Korean ferry to be lifted onto transport vessel 3 years after disaster

More than 300 people - most of whom were students on a high school trip - died when the Sewol sank on April 16, 2014.

North Carolina jewelry store billboard sparks controversy

A North Carolina jewelry store billboard that reads Sometimes, it's OK to throw rocks at girls…' is getting a lot of reaction shortly after it was put up on Monday.

Firefighters revive 'lifeless' dog after administering CPR for 20 minutes

The dog was "essentially dead," but firefighters did not stop until he was revived after being caught in a house fire.

Mike Pence sparks outrage with all-male heath-care bill photo

A lack of women in a photo of negotiations over the GOP health care bill that was tweeted out by Vice-President Mike Pence is drawing criticism from Democrats.

London attack: Khalid Masood may have been inspired by international terrorism

Little detail has been given by the British police about the man and what might have led him to carry out Wednesday's attack.

US house set for 'do-or-die' vote on healthcare bill

The U.S. President saying if lawmakers don't get behind his plans to scrap and replace Obamacare, he'll just keep it in place, and move on to another top priority like tax reform.

Trudeau to attend 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge in France

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will travel to France next month to attend commemorations for the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge.

Keystone XL pipeline gets green light from U.S. State Department

TransCanada says it has received a presidential permit from the U.S. State Department that allows it to build the long-delayed Keystone XL pipeline.

Turkey in talks with aviation authorities to ease conditions of electronics ban

Turkey is negotiating with international aviation authorities on easing the conditions of a new electronics ban on U.S. and U.K. bound flights.

London attack: 2 more 'significant arrests' made

Nine people are currently in custody, while one has been released on bail.

9/11 victims' families press on with lawsuits targeting Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia has repeatedly said it was not responsible.

Video shows Theresa May, British MPs fleeing Parliament after attack

The videos show the panic in and around the Parliament building after gunshots were heard.

14 countries call on Venezuela to hold elections and release 'political prisoners'

They're trying to get Venezuela to "re-establish democracy."

North Korea is ready to conduct a new nuclear test at any time: South Korean official

"We are keeping a close eye on its nuclear activities."

Royal Jordanian Airlines issues cheeky response to Trump's electronics ban

Royal Jordanian is offering lighthearted advice to passengers disgruntled by the Trump administration's electronics ban.

Trump ditches health care negotiations, demands now-or-never vote

Trump and Republicans had campaigned on a promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, passed in 2010.

Fact check: Where does Donald Trump get his information?

In an interview with Time magazine Donald Trump said, "I'm quoting highly respected people from highly respected television networks."

10-year-old ring bearer to make Kentucky couple's wedding extra special

Kentucky couple asks a 10-year-old boy battling a rare genetic condition to be their ring bearer for their wedding.

Canadian linked to ISIS arrested in Turkey: report

Turkish media reports claimed that "Wassim B." was planning to return to Canada.

Photojournalist recalls horrific scene during London attack on Westminster Bridge

It had been a quiet afternoon in central London and Melville was taking pictures around parliament for stories about Britain's exit from the European Union.

What we know about the London attack victims

As London reels from Wednesday's terror attack that left four people dead, including the British-born attacker, details are emerging about those who lost their lives.

London Attack: Tributes pour in for slain police officer Keith Palmer

Palmer, 48, was a husband and a father. He was unarmed when the attacker came running towards him.

London attacker was British-born, once investigated for extremist links

British Prime Minister Theresa May said police know the identity of the British-born man who mowed down pedestrians on a bridge and fatally stabbed a police officer outside the U.K. Parliament Wednesday.

London attack: 8 arrested in raids across the country

British police conducted major raids and arrested seven people in connection with the attack outside Parliament that left four dead

London attack: 7 arrested in raids across the country

British police conducted major raids and arrested seven people in connection with the attack outside Parliament that left four dead

Canada's threat level unchanged after assumed terror attack in London

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Wednesday's apparent terrorist incident outside the British Parliament is a "cowardly attack" on democracy around the world.

U.K. newspaper front pages take a hard line on London terror attack

Newspapers in London are taking a hard line when talking about the attack.

Sunken South Korean ferry that took 304 lives with it re-emerges from a gray sea

"We can't help but feel stunned seeing the ship being raised."

Rick Perry claims gay student 'stole' student body presidency at Texas A&M

The election "made a mockery of due process and transparency," he wrote.

Conservative Republicans prove a big hurdle to passing Trump's health care bill

For them, it's not conservative enough.

White sword killer took a bus to New York and killed a black bottle collector: police

"He's just one of those people that you wish you never met."

Trump Jr. called a 'disgrace' for slamming London mayor hours after terror attack

Donald Trump Jr. is in hot water after a he sent a tweet criticizing London's mayor mere hours after a terror attack near the British Parliament.

Boy, 4, uses unconscious mom's thumb to unlock cellphone, call police

London Metropolitan Police have released audio of a life-saving call from a four-year-old boy after his mother lost consciousness.

As it happened: Eyewitnesses describe London terror attack

The city of London was rattled Wednesday afternoon after a terror attack that left four people, including a police officer, dead and at least 20 more with injuries.

Edmonton-area schools assess European travel after U.K. Parliament attack

Several Edmonton-area school districts are assessing their spring break travel plans after at least five people were killed in what police have called a "terrorist incident" outside of the U.K. Parliament Wednesday.

Historic Illinois mansion free for the taking if you can afford to move it

Unless someone steps up to move the 120-year-old mansion, it will be demolished to make way for a new subdivision.

British parliament on lockdown after 'firearms incident' outside building

U.K.'s Metropolitan Police said on Twitter that officers are treating the incident on the bridge as firearms incident.'

Gang rape of Chicago teen watched by dozens on Facebook Live and no one reported it, police say

The video marks the second time in recent months that the Chicago Police Department has investigated an apparent attack that was streamed live on Facebook.

Trump's former campaign chair Paul Manafort had plan to benefit Putin

President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, secretly worked for a Russian billionaire to advance the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin a decade ago.

Brussels remains on high alert as residents mark one year since deadly attacks

A year after Islamic State suicide bombers killed 32 people in Brussels, Belgian authorities say much remains unclear about who ordered the attacks.

Germany approves bill that would repeal convictions for criminalized homosexuality

The decision clears the way for compensation for those still alive who were among the 50,000 men convicted between 1949 and 1969 under the so-called Paragraph 175 outlawing sexual relations between men.