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Trump-Kim summit planning back on track

There are now 2 delegations of Americans meeting North Korean counterparts in 2 different places

Bomb kills U.S., British soldiers in area thought to be cleared of ISIS

The deaths of the two soldiers in Syria came one day after President Trump said, "We'll be coming out of Syria, like, very soon"

Queen Elizabeth recounts that “horrible” carriage ride in documentary

In Smithsonian Channel's "The Coronation," she shares for the first time her memories of that day, including the bumpy carriage ride

Trump authorizes arming Kurds, despite Turkish objections

President Trump authorized Department of Defense to equip Kurdish elements of the Syrian Democratic Forces, as is necessary, to clear a path for victory against ISIS in Raqqa, Syria

Crash near London museum not terror-related, police say

One man was detained and 11 people have been treated for mostly minor injuries

Iraqi beauty queen’s visit to Israel enrages people back home

Sarah Idan reunited with Israel's 2017 Miss Universe beauty pageant contestant this week -- months after she posted a controversial selfie that prompted death threats

Kabul Intercontinental Hotel siege ends; attackers dead: government

At least four gunmen launched an attack, according to Afghan officials

American who worked for Russian media outlet opens up about FBI questioning

In the eyes of U.S. investigators, American journalist Andrew Feinberg was on the inside of the Russia propaganda machine

Sole candidate named to succeed Castro as Cuban leader

With Raul Castro stepping down as Cuba's president, 57-year-old Miguel Diaz-Canel is poised to replace him

All service members ID’d from deadly Iraq helicopter crash

Four members of the New York National Guard among those killed

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Burger King pulls ad urging sex with World Cup stars

Fast food chain admits ad urging Russian women to procreate with soccer stars, "turned out to be too offensive"

Japan suspends missile strike drills after Trump-Kim summit

Started last year as N. Korea test-fired missiles near Japanese islands, drills now on hold as gov't says threat has eased

Mass murderer’s appeal to human rights court rejected

Anders Behring Breivik, serving 21 years for killing 77 people in bomb, shooting rampage, said prison isolation violated his rights