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Greek parliament to probe 10 politicians over…

Greece's parliament voted early Thursday following a marathon 20-hour session to investigate 10 senior politicians, including two former prime ministers, over allegations they were involved in a pharmaceutical bribery scandal

US Embassy in Montenegro warns of active security situation

US Embassy in Montenegro warns Americans of security situation, reports say someone hurled a grenade then killed himself

Deadly airstrikes drive residents underground

Airstrikes and continuous shelling are driving the residents of Eastern Ghouta underground. CNN's Sam Kiley has the latest.

Red Wine Toothpaste May Eventually Help You Fight…

A scientific study says a chemical found in red wine may help with oral health. Before you reach for the cabernet, TC Newman has more information!

UN Head Urges Ceasefire In Syria's Eastern Ghouta…

A draft cease-fire resolution is being written in the U.N., but there's growing doubt it will get the Security Council's support.

Mystery cloaks Japanese dad of 13 born from Thai…

A wealthy Japanese man who has won sole legal custody of his 13 children born from surrogates in Thailand is virtually anonymous in his home country

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AP Exclusive: Migrant recounts his deportation…

'They force you to deport yourself:' Migrant deported by Israel recounts ordeal of being removed from place he'd grown to love to be sent to a country he didn't know

Watch citizens fleeing underground in Syria

Airstrikes and continuous shelling are driving the residents of Eastern Ghouta, Syria underground. Health clinics have run out of medical supplies and are now using expired medicines as newborns must take their first breaths underground.

Atlanta Is Offering Flights to Black Panther's…

If you watched Black Panther and thought to yourself, “Gee, I wish this place actually existed,” the busiest airport in the world has got your back. Buzz60's Nathan Rousseau Smith explains.

After Changing Presidents, South Africa Is…

South Africa's government said Wednesday it will raise the sales tax for the first time in about 25 years.

50 girls missing from Nigerian town after Boko…

About 50 girls missing since Boko Haram attacked a village in Nigeria that has a girls' boarding school, provoking fears they may have kidnapped like those from Chibok four years ago

Trump Jr: 'Nonsense' that family's profiting from…

Donald Trump Jr. said any talk of his family profiting from his father's presidency is "nonsense" during a trip to India that has raised ethical concerns about using the name of the American president to promote international business ventures

Saying no to the NRA

Amy McGrath, a former Marine fighter pilot who is running for Congress in Kentucky, told CNNi she won't take money from the NRA.

Is McDonald's Szechuan Sauce Coming Back? Again?!

McDonald’s is working tirelessly to bring back the beloved szechuan sauce, and is even launching a podcast about it. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.

Cape Town Again Pushes Back The Day It Thinks…

The new "Day Zero" for Cape Town, South Africa, is July 9, according to the city government's official tracker.

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UN vote expected on 30-day cease-fire in Syria to help needy

Sweden and Kuwait called for a vote Thursday on a UN resolution ordering a 30-day cease-fire throughout Syria to enable to delivery of humanitarian aid to millions of people in acute need, and the evacuation of the critically sick and wounded

Police Have New Tool to Find Mom of Baby Left in Dumpster

On Christmas Eve, a newborn girl was found dead in a dumpster in a Calgary parking lot. Police are still looking for her mother, and now they have a sketch of the woman or girl, thanks to a process known as DNA phenotyping, the CBC reports. The Canadian authorities hired...

Dust storm turns town orange

A dust storm hit Charleville in Australia covering the town in orange dust with wind gusts of up to 96 km/h (60 mph)

Good At Social Media? The Royals Are Hiring!

The British Royal Family is hiring a Communications Assistant for the next busy year. TC Newman lets you know if you've got the skills to work for the Queen.

Netanyahu Ally To Implicate Him In New Corruption…

Shlomo Filber was one of seven people close to Netanyahu arrested over the weekend in connection with Case 4000.

Hospitals overwhelmed by bombing blitz of…

Doctors in Syria's rebel-controlled suburbs of Damascus say they are unable to keep up with the staggering number of casualties amid a ferocious bombing campaign by government forces that has targeted hospitals, and killed and wounded hundreds of people

Venezuela's Maduro calls for early Congress vote…

Venezuela's opposition says it will boycott an election challenging socialist President Nicolas Maduro unless the government drops a ban on major candidates and takes other steps to ease fears it's rigged

A Record-Breaking Collection

Gladys Palmera has always loved Latin music.Today, she has one of the largest libraries of Latin music in the world, containing over 100,000 pieces of music.

Is This Why the Great Pyramid Is in Almost Exact…

The Great Pyramid of Giza is in surprisingly accurate alignment with the cardinal directions, and one engineer thinks he knows why. Buzz60's Josh King has more.

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Nearly 200 Civilians Killed By Regime Airstrikes…

Eastern Ghouta is one of the last rebel-held areas in Syria, and it's been under near-constant bombardment since 2012.

Slavery Is a Huge Problem in Britain

A man in his 40s, brought to Britain as an infant and sold to a pedophile ring, was formally recognized as a victim of modern slavery by the country's Home Office—and is now facing deportation as an "illegal immigrant." Yet in a statement, a Home Office official wrote that...

US Jewish group withdraws Holocaust video…

US Jewish foundation sparks outrage in Poland with video calling on the United States to sever its diplomatic ties with Poland over controversial new Holocaust legislation and by repeatedly using the historically incorrect term 'Polish Holocaust'