Authorities in Paris said a man who tried to attack soldiers near the famous Louvre Museum Friday was carrying two machetes and shouted "God is Great" in Arabic. A French soldier shot the attacker and seriously wounded him.
Republican Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham say sanctions against Russia announced by the Obama administration on Thursday are "a small price" for Russia to pay for interfering with U.S. elections. They say they'll lead efforts in Congress to impose stronger sanctions.
The Islamic State extremist group is claiming responsibility for the truck attack on a Berlin Christmas market that killed 12 people and left nearly 50 injured. German officials have identified a new suspect in the attack.
A powerful magnitude 7.7 earthquake has struck near the Pacific's Solomon Islands, prompting the Pacific Tsunami Warning Center to warn that tsunami waves were possible in several South Pacific islands.
The British have spoken, choosing late Thursday night to leave the European Union. The decision is causing a ripple effect throughout the international community, and lawmakers on Capitol Hill are considering the repercussions.
The deputy mayor of the Brussels neighborhood of Molenbeek says he's received confirmation from the Belgian federal prosecutor's office that Paris attacks fugitive Salah Abdeslam has been shot in the leg and detained.
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