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Europe|Boris Johnson Won't Seek to Succeed David Cameron as Prime Minister
New York Times
Boris Johnson, a member of Parliament and the former Mayor of London, announced on Thursday that he would not seek to be the next prime minister. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS on Publish Date June 30, 2016. Photo by Andrew Testa for The New York ...
Former London mayor Boris Johnson says he will not run for British prime minister
Leading Brexiter Boris Johnson says he won't run for prime minister
Michael Gove and Theresa May enter Conservative race
Istanbul airport attackers identified as Russian, Uzbek and Kyrgyz nationals
ISTANBUL — The three suicide bombers who attacked Istanbul's Ataturk Airport this week have been identified as nationals from Russia, Uzbekistan, and Kyrgyzstan, a senior Turkish official said Thursday. Turkish authorities did not release the names of ...
Erdogan in His Labyrinth
Official: Turkey bombers from Russia, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan
Istanbul airport attack: Turkish police in anti-IS raids
Iraq: Airstrikes hit convoy carrying ISIS militants out of Falluja
(CNN) Airstrikes hit a convoy of more than 500 vehicles leaving Falluja, killing dozens of ISIS militants trying to flee the city, Iraqi officials said. The operation started Monday night and is still ongoing Thursday, according to the nation's defense ...
Iraq Destroys 200 Vehicles in Airstrike on Alleged ISIS Convoy
US airstrikes kill at least 250 ISIS fighters in convoy outside Fallujah, official says
After Fallujah, Iraq Gears Up to Rid Mosul of Islamic State
Taliban attack on Afghanistan police cadets near Kabul kills dozens
Taliban bombers have attacked an Afghan police convoy outside the capital Kabul, killing at least 30 people and wounding 50 others, officials say. Two bombs hit a convoy of buses carrying graduates from a ceremony on the city's western outskirts ...
Suicide Bomb Attack Kills Afghan Police Trainees
Taliban suicide bombers kill 27 in attack on Afghan police cadets
Deadly Twin Suicide Bombing Hits Police Convoy in Kabul
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Asia Pacific|Philippines' New President, Rodrigo Duterte, Vows Tough Stance on Crime
New York Times
President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines took his oath of office in a ceremony in Manila, the capital, on Thursday. By RTVM, VIA ASSOCIATED PRESS on Publish Date June 30, 2016. Photo by Joseph Vidal/Malacanang Photo Bureau, via Getty Images.
The 'enforcer': Filipinos hope new President Duterte lives up to his name
Hope, fear as president takes over Philippines
Philippines' Duterte sworn in as president; promises to follow rule of law
Palestinian fatally stabs sleeping Israeli girl in West Bank settlement
JERUSALEM – A 13-year-old Israeli girl was fatally stabbed as she slept Thursday in what Israeli authorities are calling a terrorist attack in a Jewish settlement in the West Bank. The suspected Palestinian assailant was shot and killed by police ...
Israeli Military: Palestinian Suspected Terrorist Fatally Stabbed Teen in Bedroom
Palestinian kills teen in Israeli settlement, then shot dead: army
Teenage Israeli Girl Dies After Palestinian Stabbing
Bear kills biker in Montana, in seventh fatal grizzly attack since 2010 in the Northern Rockies
Twenty years ago, Brad Treat was one of Montana's best high school distance runners, but his coach, Paul Jorgensen, remembers him for his humility and kindness. Once, Jorgensen recounted to the Flathead Beacon, after finishing first during a cross ...
Grizzly Bear Kills Mountain Biker Near West Glacier
US Forest Service Officer Fatally Attacked by Grizzly Bear in Montana
Victim of bear attack near West Glacier has been identified
Weekend Plans July 4 Edition: Fireworks, parades, Eno festival
It's July 4 weekend! If you're looking for fireworks celebrations, WRAL.com's Out & About section has a full list of them. Of course, we have lots of fireworks, but many local towns and communities also have daytime Independence Day celebrations. Here ...
Americans were more worried about Ebola than they are about Zika
The global spread of the Zika virus and its links to severe birth defects have yet to worry most Americans, and few are taking measures to limit their exposure to the mosquito-borne disease, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll. Two-thirds ...
Broad Support for Zika Funding, But Less Urgency or Concern (POLL)
The D.C. Monument Full of Zika Mosquitoes
Miss Teen USA Drops the Swimsuit Competition: It's a Start
Let's not get ahead of ourselves. This isn't a blanket ban across all franchises, but still, it's a promising start. The Miss Universe Organization announced Wednesday that it was doing away with the swimsuit competition, a staple of beauty pageants ...
Exclusive: Miss Teen USA to eliminate swimsuit competition
Swimsuit Out, Athletic Wear In: Miss Teen USA Drops Swimsuit Competition
Why Miss Teen USA pageant is losing the bikinis; Phelps, Franklin going to Rio (10 Things to Know for Thursday)