Prince Harry challenges the decision to strip him of security in Britain after he moved to the US
Prince Harry is challenging the British government's decision to strip him of his security detail after he gave up his status as a working member of the royal family and moved to the United States.
More bodies found after sudden eruption of Indonesia's Mount Marapi, raising confirmed toll to 22
Rescuers searching the hazardous slopes of Indonesia’s Mount Marapi volcano have found 11 more bodies of climbers who were caught by a surprise weekend eruption, raising the number of confirmed dead to 22.
Gore blasts COP28 climate chief and oil companies' emissions pledges at UN summit
Former Vice President Al Gore says don’t trust the oil and gas industry to report their actual carbon pollution and he adds that the man running United Nations climate talks runs one of the dirtiest oil companies out there.
Rescuer raises hope of survivors at a Zambian mine where more than 30 have been buried for days
A member of a rescue team has raised hope that there may be survivors at a Zambian mine where more than 30 informal miners have been trapped under debris for days after heavy rain caused landslides.
Global warming could cost poor countries trillions. They've urged the COP28 climate summit to help
A prominent developing-world leader on the issue of climate change said Monday that global taxes on the financial services, oil and gas, and shipping industries could drum up hundreds of billions to poorer countries adapt to and cope with global warming.
China says a US Navy ship 'illegally intruded' into waters in the South China Sea
The Chinese military said that an American naval ship had “illegally intruded” on Monday into waters near the Second Thomas Shoal, the site of a hot territorial dispute between China and the Philippines in the South China Sea.
3 commercial ships hit by missiles in Houthi attack in Red Sea, US warship downs 3 drones
The U.S. military says three commercial ships in the Red Sea were struck by ballistic missiles fired from Houthi-controlled Yemen, and a U.S. warship shot down three drones in self-defense during the hourslong assault.
France's anti-terrorism prosecutor opened an investigation into the killing of a tourist in Paris
France’s anti-terrorism prosecutor says he has opened an investigation into the fatal stabbing of a German-Filipino tourist near the Eiffel Tower in Paris, allegedly by a man who had been under surveillance for suspected Islamic radicalization.
Kyiv investigates allegations Russian forces shot surrendering Ukrainian soldiers
Ukrainian officials have launched an investigation into allegations that Russian forces killed surrendering Ukrainian soldiers, after grainy footage on social media appeared to show two uniformed men being shot at close range.
Israel expands Gaza ground offensive, vows to hit the south with 'no less strength' than the north
Israel’s ground offensive expanded to every part of the Gaza Strip, its military said Sunday, as it ordered more evacuations and vowed to hit south Gaza with “no less strength” than the fight that has reduced large parts of north Gaza to a moonscape.
Strong earthquake that sparked a tsunami warning leaves 1 dead amid widespread panic in Philippines
A powerful earthquake that shook the southern Philippines has killed at least one villager and injured several others as thousands scrambled out of their homes in panic and jammed roads to higher grounds after a tsunami warning was issued.
Romanian guru suspected of running international sex sect handed preliminary charges with 14 others
A 71-year-old Romanian yoga guru and 14 others have been handed preliminary charges by a Paris magistrate on a raft of counts linked to an international ring that for years allegedly subjected followers seeking enlightenment to sexual exploitation.
In Mexico, a Japanese traditional dancer shows how body movement speaks beyond culture and religion
Unlike the fast-moving interpreters of samba, salsa and other Latin American dancing styles, Japanese traditional dancers move slowly, performing just a few moves that their bodies keep fully controlled.
Zambia landslides bury miners digging tunnels illegally, killing 7 and leaving more than 20 missing
Police and local authorities in Zambia say seven miners have been confirmed dead and more than 20 others are missing, presumed dead, after heavy rains caused landslides that buried them inside tunnels they had been digging illegally at a copper mine.