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Polish President Duda defends government's judicial moves

During a visit to New Zealand, Polish President Andrzej Duda has defended the moves his nation's government have made to take control of the judicial system

Zimbabwe court to hear opposition party's election challenge

Zimbabwe court to hear opposition party's challenge to historic presidential election

This Cute Baby Was Born on Board a Coast Guard…

If you think riding in a helicopter is a rare occasion, what about being born in one?

Greece Leaves Bailout Programs, But No End In…

Greece is finally done with its international bailouts, but the harsh austerity measures those bailouts brought with them won't leave any time soon.

Rohingya refugees celebrate holiday amid memories…

Hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees living in sprawling camps in Bangladesh are celebrating the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Adha, praying for better lives as they wonder if they'll ever again celebrate at their homes in Myanmar

French president pushes for new changes as…

French President Emmanuel Macron is back from vacation and plans to launch a new push for economic changes as he faces growing criticism at home

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Scientists Say Don't Worry About the Supervolcano…

Scientists say there's no reason to worry about the supervolcano erupting and causing the beginning of the end according to a new USA Today report. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the story.

Nazi Living In New York Deported To Germany

A suspected Nazi war criminal was deported after living in the U.S. for decades.

US commander says pressure key to nuclear…

The commander of U.S. forces in South Korea says he's cautiously optimistic that nuclear diplomacy will work out with North Korea, but that Seoul and Washington must continue to apply pressure

Korean relatives bid emotional farewell after…

Hundreds of elderly Koreans are tearfully saying their final goodbyes at the end of rare reunions between relatives separated by the 1950-53 Korean War

Animal Crackers are Being 'Freed' From Their Cages

Barnum's Animal Crackers have been around for 116 years and associated with the circus. Now that Ringling Bros. Barnum and Bailey Circus is no more, the animals are being set free. Keri Lumm reports.

US Slaps Even More Sanctions On Russia

The Associated Press reports the U.S. Treasury Department is also going after two Russian companies and two Russians.

Dutton planning 2nd challenge to Australian prime…

A government lawmaker is planning a second challenge against Australia's prime minister after losing a leadership ballot

Little damage reported from strong quake in…

A powerful earthquake has shaken eastern Venezuela, causing buildings to be evacuated in the capital

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Paris Jackson Apologizes for Harper’s Bazaar…

They say with fame comes with big responsibility, and thats whats happening with Paris Jackson. Buzz60's Susana Victoria Perez has more.

Russia To Host War Games Of 'Unprecedented Scale'

The exercises will be held in Siberia next month.

Image-conscious China appoints new global…

China's increasingly image-conscious government has appointed a trusted member of the ruling Communist Party to head up its international propaganda operation

'Crazy Rich Asians' hoopla elicits mixed feelings…

Hoopla over 'Crazy Rich Asians' to premiere in Singapore as critics debate its take on city's uber rich

This May be the Secret to Decreasing Stress at…

According to a new study from researchers at the University of Arizona, the secret to less stress at work is all about how the office is set up. If you have an open office you're one step closer to being stress-free.

El Salvador Severs Ties With Taiwan To Become…

This is the third country to break relations with Taiwan in the past few months.

42 weeks pregnant, New Zealand minister cycles to…

New Zealand government minister rides electric bike to hospital while 42-weeks pregnant, later gives birth to healthy baby boy

Czechs boo prime minister 50 years after…

Czechs have booed Prime Minister Andrej Babis at a ceremony to honor the victims of the Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968

Facebook is Now Rating Your 'Trustworthiness'

Are you trustworthy? Facebook will be the judge of that! The social media giant is now rating users’ trustworthiness on a scale from zero to one.

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Venezuela Issues New Currency — The Sovereign…

It's part of Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's "formula" to help his country's economy.

US deports 95-year-old ex-Nazi guard to Germany

A 95-year-old ex-Nazi concentration camp guard who lived quietly in New York City for decades was carried out of his home by federal agents and flown to Germany in what could prove to be the last U.S. deportation of a World War II-era war-crimes suspect

Computer system glitch halts trains to and from Amsterdam

Trains in and around Amsterdam and its busy airport have been halted by a problem with one of the rail operator's traffic management systems, stranding thousands of passengers