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Activists ruining "mood" at dog-meat eating festival

Yulin, China infamous for gathering where thousands of dogs killed -- often by beating -- for food, but attitudes are changing

Iraqi forces battle ISIS militants in pockets of Fallujah

Iraqi special forces say they are closing in on remaining ISIS strongholds, but progress slowed by snipers hiding in residential buildings

Police: U.K. teen arrested for saying he wanted to kill Donald Trump

Investigators are looking into a possible assassination plot against Donald Trump

Personal items found on beach possibly from MH370

Family support group posts images of items found in Madagascar in quest for answers on missing Malaysia Airlines jet

Will U.K. lawmaker's murder impact EU membership vote?

EU referendum polling shifts in wake of parliamentarian Jo Cox's brutal murder by suspect with apparent far-right views

British MP Jo Cox's murder looms over "Brexit" vote

Jo Cox was given emotional tributes by her family and community in England days after she was murdered in a brutal assault

Iran says 1 of "biggest terrorist" plots against capital thwarted

Regime doesn't give away much detail, but says weapons were seized and hints at a possible ISIS link

Japanese protest U.S. bases in Okinawa after woman's death

Okinawans insist they're not anti-American, but many are against American bases, and their grievances date back to the end of World War II

With renewed fury, Japanese protest U.S. military presence in Okinawa

Nearly three-quarters of all American military facilities in Japan are located on Okinawa, a strategically important island

Gunmen storm Rio hospital recommended for Olympic tourists

Heavily armed group wages "carefully orchestrated attack" to free drug trafficking suspect from police custody near stadium

Taliban suicide bomber targets embassy guards in Kabul

More than a dozen Nepalese security guards killed in 1 of 3 likely Taliban attacks -- 2 of them right in the capital

More than a dozen children die when boat overturns on Russian lake

Spokesman says several boats with children overturned in a storm in Syamozero, 75 miles east of the border with Finland

Rome elects first female mayor

An anti-establishment newcomer, capitalizing on anger over political corruption and deteriorating city services, is first woman to head City Hall in the Italian capital

Is the war with ISIS headed in a new direction?

On Tuesday, the Senate's Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee will hold a hearing on the ideology of ISIS

Will Britain leave the European Union?

On Thursday, voters in Britain will decide whether or not to stay in the European Union, an issue deeply dividing the country

Reports: Boeing negotiating deal to sell 100 airplanes to Iran

Sale potentially worth billions would mark first major entry of U.S. company into the Islamic Republic after last year's nuclear deal

Turkish cops meet LGBT demonstrators with tear gas

Governor banned pride parades, citing security concerns following bombings, but protesters say that was giving in to terror

Richard Gere, a star advocate

Richard Gere has been a matinee idol since stepping in front of the camera. But for decades his passion for helping communities in need has helped shine a spotlight on social issues all over the world

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