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Dutch police uncover Netherland’s largest-ever cocaine lab in former riding school, arrest 17 suspects
Dutch police have uncovered what they described as the biggest cocaine laboratory ever discovered in the Netherlands, leading to the arrest of 17 suspects from Colombia, Turkey and the Netherlands.
Health authorities in New Zealand were scrambling Wednesday to trace the source of a new outbreak of the coronavirus as the nation's largest city went back into lockdown.
Just before 10 a.m., police, several ambulances, an air ambulance and fire engines rushed to the railway line near Stonehaven, about 100 miles northeast of Edinburgh, where the train had derailed.
An area of disturbed weather is expected to become the next tropical storm on Wednesday, potentially setting another record for a busy 2020 Atlantic hurricane season.
French authorities have opened a homicide investigation after a corpse that had been decomposing for 30 years was found in the basement of a Parisian mansion during renovations.
As the United States draws down its troops from the conflict-beleaguered Afghanistan, cracks are emerging that neighboring Iran is entrenching itself into all sides – shoring up ties with formal government officials and ethnic minorities, as well as the Taliban and disgruntled new Taliban offshoots.
Russian President Vladimir Putin praises the vaccine's effectiveness while scientists remain skeptical.
Cock-a-doodle-doos are not welcome in Italy. Or at least that’s how it seems to be in small towns like Castiraga Vidardo, where an 83-year-old man received a fine over a rooster’s incessant early-morning crowing.
The head of the Russian fund which has declared full confidence in a coronavirus vaccine that President Vladimir Putin is so confident about he has injected one of his daughters with it.
Violent protests erupt in Beirut as anger over deadly explosion grows; Trey Yingst reports on the latest.
U.S. counterintelligence chief warns that Russia, China and Iran are trying to interfere in the 2020 elections; Retired four-star Army general Jack Keane weighs in on ‘America’s Newsroom.’
A select group of countries is making efforts to fight the scourge -- among them is Bahrain, which has implemented an oper-door policy for its citizens to report suspected human trafficking crimes.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo calls for United Nations to extend expiring conventional weapons embargo against Iran; Rich Edson reports from the State Department.
Belarus’ top opposition leader has fled her country after disputing the results of the presidential election and amid a police crackdown on those protesting authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko.