USA TODAY: International (117)

UK Parliament hit by cyberattack on email system

National Cyber Security Centre investigates 'unauthorized attempt' to breach computer mail system.         

More than 100 villagers feared buried in massive Chinese landslide

Huge boulders crashed down on more than 60 homes in Sichuan Province.         

Attacked: UK Parliament's email system

According to a House of Commons spokesperson, hackers have hit the British Parliament's email system. The apparent intent was to break into the accounts of hundreds of MPs, Lords and their staffs.         

Devastating landslide buries Chinese villagers

        

Live Stream: Two giant pandas arrive at the Berlin Zoo

USA TODAY network will provide live coverage of this event         

French entrepreneur changes children's lives — one cheap book at a time

Through his organization Lire c’est partir, ‘low-cost’ publisher Vincent Safrat is selling children’s books to disadvantaged families for 80 cents each, and revolutionizing the French publishing market.         

Swiss startup crafts green toilets to turn human waste into fertilizer

If the banana trees at Zoo Zurich are particularly lush, it’s thanks to a fertilizer with an unusual ingredient: human waste. In the spring of 2016, zoo employees cleared a bamboo grove in Zurich’s Masaola Rainforest to plant the trees.         

Russian tattoo artist helps domestic abuse victims hide scars with ink

Somewhere between psychologist and tattoo artist, Evguenia Zakhar, 33, transforms the scars of victims of domestic violence into veritable works of art at her tattoo studio in Ufa, Russia. A job which has become a true mission for the tattoo artist, who helps these women to reclaim their damaged ...

Attacks heighten complexity of air war in Syria

The recent attacks from forces aligned with Assad have raised concerns that the United States could get drawn into a broader conflict in Syria.         

Twin blasts in NW Pakistan leave 13 dead, scores wounded

Twin blasts in NW Pakistan leave 13 dead, scores wounded. Video provided by AFP         

London council evacuates hundreds of homes amid fire safety concerns

The move comes amid escalating concerns among residents of thousands of tower blocks around Britain.         

Hundreds of women march in North Korea declaring revenge on the U.S.

Women in heels and colorful clothes marched in central Pyongyang. Angeli Kakade has the story.         

4 bomb and gun attacks in Pakistani cities kill 40

Four separate bomb and knife attacks in three major cities killed 40 people Friday.         

Police announce cause of Grenfell Tower fire, and it wasn't arson

U.K. police are also conducting safety tests on materials used in the apartment tower's construction. Video provided by Newsy         

Police say the cause of the Grenfell London fire was a refrigerator

Police are blaming a refrigerator for one of the deadliest fires in recent history in London. Veuer's Josh King has details.         

Banksy’s identity might have been revealed after 20 years

The identity of the world’s most famous street artist might have been revealed after more than 20 years of remaining anonymous. And the big reveal might have been made by accident. Veuer's Susana Victoria Perez has more.         

North Korea denies torturing Otto Warmbier

Just days after American student Otto Warmbier died, North Korea is denying it tortured him.         

British authorities charge man over mosque incident

Darren Osborne, 47, was charged with terrorism-related murder and attempted murder.         

Banned cladding contributed to London fire

The new exterior cladding used in a renovation on London's Grenfell Tower may have been banned under UK building regulations. Seven other buildings in London are believed to also contain the combustible material.         

These 13 demands could end the crisis in the Middle East

Four states in the Middle East that are currently boycotting Qatar over the country's alleged support for terrorism have offered the nation a lifeline to end the crisis in the Middle East.         

Grenfell Tower fire that killed 79 started in refrigerator

The disaster that killed at least 79 is the deadliest fire in mainland Britain since the start of the 20th century.         

Grenfell Tower fire that killed at least 79 started in refrigerator

The disaster that killed at least 79 is the deadliest fire in mainland Britain since the start of the 20th century.         

'Green Helmets' give aid to Venezuela protesters

Anti-government protests in Venezuela have been growing more violent, making the work of medical students, the so-called 'Green Helments' and their movement of volunteer paramedics more dangerous, with one member recently killed.         

North Korea denies torturing Otto Warmbier

The reaction was North Korea's first since Otto Warmbier's death on June 19.         

Why the U.S. cares about Saudi Arabia's newly named crown prince

King Salman named his son Mohammed bin Salman, 31, as next-in-line to the thrown.         

ISIS spreads fake news about destroyed al-Nuri mosque

ISIS propaganda arm goes into overdrive to blame U.S-led coalition for destroying mosque.         

German parliament votes to annul convictions of thousands of gay men

Parliament’s lower house voted unanimously for the bill to cancel convictions         

Breaking down ISIS propaganda by its source

ISIS propaganda comes in many forms — magazine, radio, "news agency." Here's a look at a few of them. Video provided by Newsy         

Trump vetting review could lead to 'backdoor' travel ban

The administration has started a review of vetting procedures for foreign travelers that could lead to more restrictions against more countries.         

Canadian sniper shattered world record, killing ISIS fighter from 2 miles away, report says

A Canadian soldier in Iraq has killed an ISIS militant from more than two miles away, shattering the world record for a confirmed sniper kill in military history.         

London fire: 7 UK buildings have combustible cladding

Britain is testing the cladding on tower blocks after the Grenfell fire that killed 79 people.         

North Korean prisoner Otto Warmbier is laid to rest

        

Amid Venezuela political crisis, shortages of medicine soar

As political unrest in Venezuela erupts, thousands are in desperate need of medical aid.         

Why men who are banned from wearing shorts are wearing skirts instead

Men protest shorts ban in Europe by wearing skirts to their work. Buzz60's Djenane Beaulieu has more.         

Magnitude 6.8 quake hits off Guatemalan coast

A magnitude 6.8 earthquake hit off Guatemala's Pacific coast on Thursday, shaking much of the country and neighboring El Salvador. Local officials said there were initial reports of only minor damage.         

Hero biker saves tiny runaway dog from crazy Mexico City traffic

This guy chases down a runaway dog through CRAZY Mexico City traffic!         

The world's population is forecast to reach 9.8 Billion by 2050

India's population is expected to surpass China's in about seven years and Nigeria is projected to overtake the United States and become the third most populous country in the world shortly before 2050         

Desperate Venezuelans set sights on Colombia

As Venezuela plunges further into political and economic ruin, the flight of its citizens is reaching levels unseen in its history. Experts believe nearly one-tenth of its population of now lives outside the country, including in Colombia.         

UK terror: 4 attacks, but 5 plots thwarted since March

In the past three months in Britain, 36 people have died because of terrorism.         

Despite ban rumors, the Yulin Dog Meat Festival is still happening

Rumors surfaced in May claiming the festival would be canceled and that selling dog meat would be banned. Video provided by Newsy         

Report says Canadian sniper has shattered world record for the longest confirmed kill in history

A Canadian soldier in Iraq has killed an ISIS militant from more than two miles away, shattering the world record for a confirmed sniper kill in military history.         

Suicide car bomb in southern Afghanistan kills at least 29

Most of the casualties in the explosion near the Kabul Bank in the provincial capital of Lashkar Gah were civilians.         

Cladding used in many U.K. high-rises 'combustible'

Britain is testing the cladding on its tower blocks after the Grenfell blaze that killed at least 79 people.         

Death toll rises to 29 in Afghanistan bombing

The Latest on developments in Afghanistan following the suicide car bombing in Helmand province.         

Cladding used in many British tower blocks 'combustible'

Britain is testing the cladding on its tower blocks after the Grenfell blaze that killed at least 79 people.         

EU leaders to weigh terrorism, defense ties, migration

European leaders are gathering for a two-day meeting in Brussels starting Thursday.         

U.S. interrogates detainees in Yemen prisons rife with torture

The AP documented at least 18 clandestine lockups across southern Yemen run by the United Arab Emirates or by Yemeni forces.         

Reasons the U.S. cares about Saudi Arabia's newly named crown prince

King Salman named his son Mohammed bin Salman, 31, as next-in-line to the thrown.         

ISIS blows up historic Mosul mosque

Iraq's famed al-Nuri mosque has an iconic leaning minaret.         

ISIS just destroyed one of Iraq's most iconic mosques

Iraq's Ministry of Defense says the Islamic State group destroyed the al-Nuri mosque in Mosul and the iconic leaning minaret when fighters detonated explosives inside the structures late Wednesday night.