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Trump says he believes Cuba is responsible for health attacks on U.S. diplomats

In an impromptu news conference, the president blamed Cuba for acoustic attacks affecting at least 22 Americans over the past year

Spain gives Catalans new ultimatum on independence

After deadline passes without president of Catalonia clarifying his post-referendum intentions, Madrid gives him until Thursday, or else

Hurricane Ophelia causes rare red sun phenomenon

Viewers were quick to share photos and videos of the bizarre sight on social media

Freed hostage reveals why couple had kids in captivity

Caitlan Coleman, Joshua Boyle, their 3 kids were rescued five years after couple was abducted in Afghanistan

Dozens killed as wildfires ravage Portugal

Officials say arsonists to blame for at least some of the misery in central, northern part of country and into neighboring Spain

2 reportedly killed as Ophelia's remnants batter Ireland

Irish warned to stay indoors as dangerous storm reportedly claims 2nd life, prompts closure of schools and government buildings

Pro-ISIS militant on FBI wanted list killed in battle

Philippine forces say Isnilon Hapilon, subject of $5M U.S. reward, among extremists killed in final stage of battle for Marawi

Passengers say "panicked" AirAsia crew spooked Bali flight

Those aboard flight from Australia to Bali say panic escalated by "screaming… tearful" flight crew when oxygen masks dropped down

Remnants of Hurricane Ophelia hit Ireland

Dangerous storm prompts warning for Irish to stay indoors, sees schools and government buildings closed

Death toll in Somalia truck bombing now over 300

Deadliest ever single terror attack in east African nation being blamed on al Qaeda-linked extremists al-Shabab

Kurds say "lots of casualties" as Iraqi forces move on Kirkuk

Iraqi state forces dispute claims of an offensive to retake disputed city, but Kurdish officials say they’ve "killed many people" just south of it

South Korea, U.S. begin naval drills amid North Korean threat

Pyongyang, claiming the joint exercises are invasion rehearsals, warns again it could fire missiles near U.S. territory of Guam

Ophelia weakens, but could bring damage to Ireland and Britain

Ophelia weakened late Sunday night as it moved across the Atlantic, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center

British Isles brace for Hurricane Ophelia

Hurricane Ophelia is expected to weaken before it hits the west coast of Ireland on Monday, but forecasters fear it will still bring powerful gusts and rain.

Final phase underway to retake Raqqa from ISIS

The extremist group is on its last legs in the city that was once the so-called capital of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). U.S.-backed forces are making a final push to retake Raqqa. Holly Williams reports.

Iranians outraged by Trump

President Trump's decision not to recertify the Iran nuclear deal managed to bring Iranians together, in indignation. Elizabeth Palmer reports.

"Barbaric" attack in Somalia's capital leaves at least 276 dead

At least 276 died, but officials fear the toll will climb after Saturday's truck bomb that targeted a busy street near key ministries

Hurricane Ophelia could bring damage to Ireland and Britain

Ophelia weakened from a Category 2 to a Category 1 hurricane Sunday as it moved across the Atlantic

Young minister's party leads Austrian election, bodes right turn

While the projections were based on incomplete results, they could herald a coalition between the People's and Freedom parties that would mean a rightward turn for Austria

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