Benny Gantz has spent the past year trying to topple Netanyahu in three inconclusive elections.
By Associated Press
The shock indictment of a functioning head of state is highly unusual and is bound to ratchet up tensions between Washington and Caracas.
The attacks targeting people praying at the mosques a year ago shocked the nation and prompted new laws banning the deadliest types of semi-automatic weapons.
By Rob Gillies, Associated Press
Health Minister Patty Hajdu said on Twitter that the government is making it mandatory to better protect Canada's most vulnerable.
There are now over 60,000 confirmed cases of novel coronavirus in the United States, with more than 600 deaths. Much of the country is under orders to stay home. Meanwhile, both Democrats and Republicans in Congress are hailing a legislative…
By Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press
The U.N. chief points to communist guerrillas in the Philippines announcing a cease-fire from Thursday to April 15 in response to his appeal.
Russian cases of COVID-19 have been low until now, according to the country’s government. But there are serious doubts about the veracity of those numbers, especially in Moscow -- Europe’s largest city. For a population accustomed to packing tightly into…
In our news wrap Wednesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo warned that a political feud in Afghanistan is jeopardizing peace efforts. He met with President Ashraf Ghani and rival Abdullah Abdullah earlier this week but failed to break their impasse…
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
The family said in a statement posted on Twitter that it did not have information about how or when Levinson had died, but that it occurred before the recent coronavirus outbreak.
In a media briefing Wednesday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said China was “the first country to know about the risk to the world from this virus. And they repeatedly delayed sharing that information with the globe."…
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