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Mohammed Reza Rezakhah, 39, and Mohammed Saeed Ajily, 35, are accused of stealing and reselling computer programs violating U.S. sanctions
"I left here in 2012 and we knew that the mission was going to end in 2014 so I didn't think I'd be back here," said Brig. Gen. Roger Turner
Sen. John McCain's surgeons removed a blood clot from behind his left eye, not far from the spot on his left temple where he had a cancerous lesion removed in 2000. While he was well enough to take phone calls, Senate leadership has postponed the vote on the Senate health care bill until he's back. Nancy Cordes reports.
For the first time in several years, U.S. Marines are on the ground in Helmand Province in southern Afghanistan. They've returned because the Taliban is back. Charlie D'Agata reports.
A young Saudi woman sparked a sensation online by posting a video of herself in a miniskirt and crop top walking around in public
"We still hope that our American colleagues will demonstrate a certain political wisdom and political will," Kremlin spokesperson says
Here's a look at who tops Forbes magazine's list of 2,043 billionaires around the world with a total net worth of almost $7.67 trillion
Charges relating to public health, money laundering and animal abuse are involved
According to intelligence officials cited by one report, the UAE had discussed plans on carrying out the cyber attack
Specialist in rare condition believes he may be able to help 11-month-old -- and help convince U.K. doctors to sign off on it
Local power utility spokesman says meddling baboon survived electric shock and was handed over to wildlife officials
United Nations report finds 12% increase in civilians killed by insurgent attacks compared to 1st half of 2016
Russian-made missile slammed into Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 as it passed over war-torn eastern Ukraine
Officials in Congo say 5 park rangers killed in attack in Okapi Wildlife reserve that sent rangers and journalists running
Nigerian police say at least 19 killed in attack targeting civilian defense force, and those gathered to mourn them
Defendant 1st Sgt. Marik al-Tuwayha pleaded not guilty, saying be opened fire fearing air base was under attack
One person was killed and 50 others injured during violent clashes in Egyptian capital of Cairo on Sunday
Xiyue Wang, a 37-year old Chinese American man who was in Iran conducting historical research of the country, has been arrested and imprisoned on spying charges. Iranian officials accuse him of gathering information under the direct guidance of the U.S. Debora Patta reports.
Xiyue Wang, 37, has been accused of "gathering information" and being "directly guided by America"
After a tense handshake at their first meeting in May, Macron said they gained "better, intimate knowledge of each other" during Mr. Trump's recent visit to Paris