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United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Gueterres says all fighting forces will be withdrawn from the Yemeni port city of Hodeidah, a vital vein for humanitarian aid to the ravaged country.
The European Central Bank officially ended on Thursday its lavish post-crisis asset purchase scheme but promised to keep feeding stimulus into an economy struggling with an unexpected slowdown and political turmoil.
Mohamed Nasheed, the head of the Maldives delegation at the U.N. climate talks, made an impassionate appeal on Thursday for nations to overcome their divisions in tackling global warming.
Delta says fuel costs will drop and strong travel demand will boost profit in 2019. As Fred Katayama reports, United is bucking the trend by expanding its flight network as rivals scale back plans.
Customs officials at JFK airport in New York caught a traveler from Guyana over the weekend who they say was trying to smuggle in 70 live finches stuffed into hair rollers.
Short-dated Italian bond yields hit their lowest level in six months on Thursday after the country's government confirmed it would cut its deficit goal for 2019, potentially ending months of wrangling between Rome and Brussels.
Britain's weakened Prime Minister Theresa May arrived in Brussels on Thursday to lobby European leaders for help after she survived a parliamentary mutiny that highlighted the deadlock over Brexit.
China has made its first major purchases of U.S. soybeans since President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping struck a trade war truce earlier this month, providing some relief to U.S. farmers who have struggled to find buyers for the
Sterling rose on Thursday after Prime Minister Theresa May survived a no confidence vote from her party but investors said gains could quickly evaporate if Britain's parliament remains deadlocked over Brexit. As David Pollard reports, UK domesticall
Thousands of voting machines and ballot boxes have been destroyed in a fire at a warehouse in Kinshasa ahead of the Dec. 23 presidential election.
Turkish high speed train collided with another locomotive and crashed into an overpass at a train station in Ankara on Thursday, killing at least four people and injuring nearly 50.
At least nine people have been and dozens more injured after a high speed train collided with another locomotive and crashed into an overpass at a train station in Ankara on Thursday.
Canada's Foreign Ministry says another Canadian has gone missing in China, signaling the latest in growing tensions between the two nations since the arrest of a Chinese executive in Vancouver.
The US Senate on Wednesday considered whether to withdraw support for Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen. The measure isn't likely to become law, but it lays bare the widespread anger in Washington over the killing of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi.
U.S. stocks closed up but well below their session highs on Wednesday as investors pulled back in the last few minutes of trading despite optimism about U.S.-China trade relations.
Pope Francis has removed two cardinals from his inner circle of advisers. One, George Pell, faces trial for sex abuse; the other is accused of covering up abuse in Chile.
Nearly 90 drug factories are currently operating in Syria with further expansions expected, after the government provided support for the domestic production of pharmaceuticals in the war-torn country.
A manhunt is underway in France for Cherif Chekatt, who authorities say killed several people and wounded a dozen more at a Christmas market. He's a known religious extremist with 27 prior convictions across three countries, radicalized in prison.