US Expected to Send Ukraine $150M in Munitions

US Expected to Send Ukraine $150M in Munitions

United States is expected to announce Tuesday it is sending an additional $150 million in munitions to Ukraine.

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Expected to Plead Guilty and Return to Australia

WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Expected to Plead Guilty and Return to Australia

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will plead guilty to a felony charge in a deal with the U.S. Justice Department that will free him from prison, according to court papers filed late Monday.

Russia's Dagestan Region Holds Day of Mourning After Attacks Kill 20 People

Russia's Dagestan Region Holds Day of Mourning After Attacks Kill 20 People

Russia’s southern region of Dagestan held the first of three days of mourning Monday following an attack by Islamic militants who authorities say killed 20 people.

Trash Balloon Launches Appear to Have Restarted at Korean Border

Trash Balloon Launches Appear to Have Restarted at Korean Border

North Korea resumed launches of balloons Monday night that are likely intended to dump trash into South Korea, the Seoul military said, in the latest round of a border spat on the Korean Peninsula.

UK’s Princess Anne in Medical Care for Concussion, Palace Says

UK’s Princess Anne in Medical Care for Concussion, Palace Says

Princess Anne of the British royal family sustained minor injuries and a concussion in the aftermath of an incident at Gatcombe Park estate, Buckingham Palace said Monday.

Netanyahu Rejects Plan That Calls for Complete End to War in Gaza

Netanyahu Rejects Plan That Calls for Complete End to War in Gaza

The viability of a U.S.-backed proposal to wind down the war in Gaza was cast into doubt Monday after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he would only agree to a “partial” cease-fire deal.

Probe of Russian Ransomware Attack on London Hospitals Could Take Weeks

Probe of Russian Ransomware Attack on London Hospitals Could Take Weeks

Investigation into a ransomware attack on London hospitals by Russian group Qilin could take weeks to complete, National Health Service said Friday.

US to Resume Avocado Inspection in Mexico's Michoacan, Ambassador Says

US to Resume Avocado Inspection in Mexico's Michoacan, Ambassador Says

U.S. government inspection of avocados and mangoes in the Mexican state of Michoacan will resume gradually, U.S. Ambassador Ken Salazar announced Friday.

US Aircraft Carrier Arrives in South Korea For Training Exercises

US Aircraft Carrier Arrives in South Korea For Training Exercises

A nuclear-powered United States aircraft carrier arrived Saturday in South Korea for an exercise to increase military training to cope with North Korea’s threats.

Israeli National Fatally Shot in West Bank Palestinian Town

Israeli National Fatally Shot in West Bank Palestinian Town

An Israeli national was found shot to death Saturday in a Palestinian town in West Bank.

EU to Begin Membership Negotiation With Ukraine, Moldova

EU to Begin Membership Negotiation With Ukraine, Moldova

European Union agreed to start membership negotiations with Ukraine and Moldova.

Historic Flooding in Southern China Kills 47

Historic Flooding in Southern China Kills 47

At least 47 people have died as downpours in southern China’s Guangdong province caused historic flooding and slides, state media reported Friday.

At Least 11 Killed in Southeast Turkey Wildfires

At Least 11 Killed in Southeast Turkey Wildfires

The fire started from burning crops that soon spread through settlements, emergency officials said Friday.

Israel Forces Strike Tent Camps Near Rafah

Israel Forces Strike Tent Camps Near Rafah

Israel forces on Friday shelled tent camps set up for displaced Palestinians north of Gaza’s city of Rafah.

Cybersecurity Firm Kaspersky Denies It is a Hazard

Cybersecurity Firm Kaspersky Denies It is a Hazard

Cybersecurity firm Kaspersky denied Friday it is a security threat, after U.S. Department of Commerce banned use of its software in the United States.