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The United States and Russia begin talks this week on the fighting in Aleppo, Syria. Russia's foreign minister says he expects a deal to withdraw rebel forces from the city. Russian-backed air strikes in southwestern Syria over the weekend killed more than 70 people. Debora Patta reports from Aleppo.
Italy's Prime Minister Matteo Renzi says he's resigning after the crushing defeat of a referendum. The vote against political reforms may be another sign of rising anti-establishment sentiment in Europe. Seth Doane reports from Rome...
“We are sure the army is capturing us now. We will see each other another day dear world. Bye.-Fatemah #Aleppo” final tweet says
"This is a reflection of a state of humanitarian need in the world not witnessed since the Second World War,” OCHA chief says
"We tied the bed sheets together to make a rope, and used that to climb down from the fourth floor," survivor says
The social media messages follow Mr. Trump's controversial phone call with Taiwanese leader Tsai Ying-wen
The Army veteran who made national headlines in Britain with a newspaper ad seeking work has started his new job at a restaurant in southwestern England
New Zealand’s popular Prime Minister John Key had been widely expected to contest his fourth general election next year
Syria’s largest city, Aleppo, which was taken over in 2012 by anti-government rebels, is slowly falling back into the control of the Assad regime
Matteo Renzi had pledged to quit if voters rejected the reforms he said would have modernized Italy
Syria's largest city, Aleppo, which was taken over in 2012 by anti-government rebels backed by the U.S., is slowly falling back under control of the Assad regime. For those who manage to escape to the government side, a hot meal and medical care await. Debora Patta reports.
Former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro was laid to rest Sunday on the ninth and final day of mourning in the country. His ashes were buried in a small, private ceremony at the Santa Ifigenia cemetery, the resting place of many revolutionary fighters. Manuel Bojorquez has more.
Left-leaning candidate Alexander Van der Bellen won Austria's presidential election. Meanwhile in Italy, voters considered a package of constitutional changes that could lead to their Prime Minister's resignation. Seth Doane reports from Rome.
The sham embassy operated by organized crime issued both legitimate and counterfeit U.S. visas for $6,000, U.S. State Department says
Brazilian Football Confederation has not clarified if matches will take place next weekend, after the Chapecoense plane crash killed players
Well-known tycoon Babak Zanjani linked to shady oil sales during the controversial rule of former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
Austria was the first European nation to test the grip of post-Trump populism, giving hope to the continent's progressives
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani promised “prompt response” if U.S. sanctions are extended by 10 years
Cuban officials made a last-minute cancellation of plans to broadcast the events live on national and international television
A 23-year-old was arrested for shooting three women outside a restaurant in southeastern Finland with a rifle