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Eiffel Tower paid tribute to London terror attack victims

The Paris mayor ordered the iconic landmark to go dark as a move of solidarity.         

Trump briefed on London attack, calls it 'big news'

President Trump's national security adviser has briefed the president about Wednesday's shooting at the U.K. parliament building, White House officials said.         

Terror on the Thames: London attacker kills 4, injures 40

Police shot and killed the attacker.         

Little girl steals more than just the Pope's heart

As Pope Francis leaned forward to give Estella Westrick a kiss on the cheek as he greeted the faithful on St. Peter’s Square, the 3-year-old caused a sensation by reaching up and yanking his white skullcap off his head.         

Member of Parliament hailed as hero for trying to save U.K. terror victim

Tobias Ellwood tried to help police officer injured in attack near Britain's Parliament.         

London terror attack near the UK Parliament: What we know now

An assailant used a car to mow people down on Westminster Bridge.         

World's top destinations for 2017

TripAdvisor released the winners of its 2017 Travelers' Choice awards for destinations. Here's a look at the top 5 internationally and within the U.S.         

Joshua Wong, 20-year-old 'Umbrella' rebellion leader, decries rigged Hong Kong election

Joshua Wong, leader of the 2014 pro-democracy movement, said China squelches political freedom.         

London terrorist kills 4, injures at least 40 near British Parliament

Police shot and killed the attacker.         

Historic restoration of Jesus’ burial shrine completed

Just in time for Easter, a Greek restoration team has completed a historic renovation of the Edicule, the shrine that tradition says houses the cave where Jesus was entombed and resurrected.         

London attack latest in disturbing terror vehicle trend

A disturbing trend of terrorism requires little organization, manpower or technological know-how.         

London terror attack: What we know

An attacker mowed down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge with a car and stabbed a police officer near Parliament before being shot dead. A previous version of the video misidentified the attacker's gender, which has not yet been confirmed.         

Horror after London attack: 'Can’t believe what I just saw'

Eyewitnesses recount how two incidents unfolded Wednesday afternoon.         

Belgium marks one year after Brussel attacks

        

These are the faces of deportations under President Trump

Non-violent undocumented immigrants who were left alone by Obama are being rounded up now.         

Girl steals Pope Francis' hat at Vatican greeting

It took a split second for him to realize what happened.         

U.S. supports daring raid in Syria against ISIS

U.S.-led coalition flies Syrian behind enemy lines to cut off ISIS supply route.         

White House derides new report on Russian ties to Trump campaign chairman

The White House dismissed a report that President Trump's former campaign chairman had received a $10 million contract a decade ago to advance the interests of Russian President Vladimir Putin.         

London terror attacker kills 3, injures at least 20, police say

The attacker was fatally shot following assault on Westminster Bridge and near Parliament.         

We shouldn't be included in ban, argue some airlines and airports

Airline and aviation officials reacted to new U.S. and U.K. laptop and electronics bans.         

U.K. attack latest in disturbing terror vehicle trend

A disturbing trend of terrorism requires little organization, manpower or technological know-how.         

Watch: U.K. Parliament on lockdown after 'terror incident' nearby

USA TODAY provided live coverage.         

Shock after London attack: 'Can’t believe what I just saw'

Eyewitnesses recount how two incidents unfolded Wednesday afternoon.         

London terror attack near the UK Parliament: What we know now

An assailant stabbed a police officer near UK's Parliament, while a car mowed down people on a nearby bridge.         

Pro-democracy activist decries fixed Hong Kong election

Joshua Wong, leader of 2014 'umbrella' movement, said China squelches political freedom.         

U.K. Parliament terror attack

        

U.S. victims seek justice one year after Brussels terror attack

King Philippe and Queen Mathilde joined Prime Minister Charles Michel in ceremonies at the airport, where two suicide bombers blew themselves up a year ago.         

AP top stories for March 22

Here's the latest for Wednesday, March 22nd: South Korea says North Korea launched failed missile; Trump plans trip to NATO conference; Oklahoma wildfire mostly contained; Gong Show host Chuck Barris dead.         

Belgian royals, families mark first anniversary of Brussels attacks

King Philippe and Queen Mathilde joined Prime Minister Charles Michel at the airport, where two suicide bombers blew themselves up a year ago.         

New French interior minister takes over after predecessor quits

Bruno Le Roux resigned following a report that he hired his daughters as parliamentary assistants.         

North Korea conducts another failed missile test: officials

The reported launch comes after North Korea reacted angrily to ongoing annual U.S.-South Korean military drills.         

Belgian royals mark first anniversary of Brussels attacks

King Philippe and Queen Mathilde joined Prime Minister Charles Michel at the airport, where two suicide bombers blew themselves up a year ago.         

1 dead, 20 injured in stampede at Chinese school

Overcrowding and poor building design and construction have been blamed for past crushing deaths.         

Trump to attend NATO summit in Brussels amid complaint allies owe 'vast sums'

Trump administration says U.S. has "strong commitment" to NATO despite payment demands.         

Airbnb to triple China presence, focus on Chinese traveler

The company is tripling its investment in one of the world's fastest-growing travel markets         

Why this is the butter you should be buying

Even those who live in America's Dairyland have a thing for Kerrygold butter.         

Tillerson to visit Russia, skip NATO meeting

FBI is investigating whether there was any collusion between Russia and President Trump's election campaign.         

Laptop ban begins Tuesday in cabins of nine airlines flying non-stop to U.S. from Mideast and Africa

U.S. bans personal electronics larger than cellphones in cabins of flights to the U.S. aboard nine airlines in the Mideast and Africa.         

Jesus' renovated tomb unveiled in Jerusalem

Renovations have been made to one of Christianity's holiest sites.         

Uganda's Bidi Bidi refugee camp

        

The world's healthiest people eat lots of pasta

Italians are the world’s healthiest people, according to a new ranking by Bloomberg of the healthiest countries. Sean Dowling has more.         

A 25-year-old sea turtle in Thailand died from eating coins

        

India gives Ganges, Yamuna rivers same rights as a human

If anyone harms or pollutes the rivers, the law would view it as no different from harming a person.         

Macron, Le Pen clash in first French election TV debate

All five candidates landed punches during vigorous discussion on the big issues for France: jobs, terrorism, immigration, Europe.         

Thailand’s coin-eating turtle dies of blood poisoning

The turtle — nicknamed Bank — appeared to be doing well after an operation to remove 11 pounds of coins from its stomach.         

19 killed by trees that came down at Ghana waterfall during storm

Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia described the accident as a “tragic shock to the nation.”         

Martin McGuinness, Irish Republican Army commander turned peacemaker, dies at 66

McGuinness became Northern Ireland’s deputy first minister in 2007 and stepped down in January.         

Court gives 2 Indian rivers same rights as a human

If anyone harms or pollutes the rivers, the law would view it as no different from harming a person.         

French election: Top 5 candidates trade barbs in first debate

The leading candidates for France's presidential election traded barbs in their first televised debate Monday.         

Trump pressures 'sanctuary cities' that won't hold undocumented immigrants

The Department of Homeland Security is starting to identify publicly cities that won't detain undocumented immigrants.