A California border patrol agent was sentenced to 6 years in prison in San Diego court after an FBI sting caught him trying to smuggle Mexican drugs into the United States.
Afghan official says Taliban insurgents have ambushed a government convoy in eastern Logar province, killing the deputy provincial governor and his two bodyguards.
Police say two people are dead following a shooting at an apartment complex in central Illinois.
A Pakistani court has disqualified the country's foreign minister from holding office after a petition from a rival politician sought his removal for concealing assets abroad.
A member of the popular Japanese male pop group Tokio has apologized for forcibly kissing a teenage girl at his home.
China says its advanced DF-26 intermediate-range missile has been officially incorporated into its rocket force, boosting its ability to counter opponents on land and at sea.
Police say they have arrested a Gambian asylum seeker who arrived on a migrant boat last year from Libya and pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group.
Hundreds of Palestinians have participated in the funeral of a Gaza journalist who died after being shot by Israeli troops while covering a border protest.
German authorities say a third person has died from injuries sustained when a man plowed his van into a crowd in the northwestern city of Muenster.
The Armenian parliament has called for an extraordinary session next week to vote for a new prime minister, paving the way to exit an acute political crisis.
State authorities are investigating after a homeless North Carolina man says he was brutally beaten by law officers while he was unarmed and crossing a street.
News agency reports Iran has ordered network providers to stop hosting popular Telegram app.
10 aid workers go missing in civil war-torn South Sudan, United Nations says.
Bahrain's king has commuted four death sentences handed down by a military tribunal in the island kingdom, which included three civilians and one soldier.
Cambodia says it intends to seek the extradition from Thailand of the head of a shadowy anti-government organization who was convicted in absentia on terrorism charges.
A Swedish prosecutor has demanded life in jail for an Uzbek man who has confessed ramming a stolen truck into a crowd in Stockholm last year, killing five people and injuring 14 others.
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Iran's hard-line Revolutionary Guard detains British-Iranian professor, latest dual national held.
Tens of thousands of teachers in Arizona and Colorado will shut down schools to protest low pay and funding.
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