By AARON KATERSKY and MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- A U.S. Army soldier gave classified information about American troops stationed overseas to a white supremacist group based in the United Kingdom, federal prosecutors alleged Monday.Ethan Melzer, 22, allegedly planned... Read More.
BY: ELLA TORRES, ABC NEWS (LONDON) -- Multiple people were attacked Saturday night in a park in a town outside of London, police said.Thames Valley Police wrote on Twitter the "incident" happened at Forbury Gardens in Reading, about 40 miles west... Read More.
By ANGELINE JANE BERNABE, ABC News (LONDON) -- As many dads across the world celebrated Father's Day over the weekend, so did the Duke of Cambridge, whose birthday, coincidentally, fell on the same day this year.In a newly... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- BY: KELLY MCCARTHYAnguilla has survived Category 5 hurricanes, but for the Caribbean island that relies heavily on tourism the coronavirus pandemic has proven to be even more devastating.Among those trying to help the island recover are... Read More.
By KATIE KINDELAN, ABC News(LONDON) -- Malala Yousafzai can add another title to her resume: Oxford University graduate. The 22-year-old Nobel Peace Prize winner announced on Twitter that she has graduated from the prestigious U.K. university with a... Read More.
By KATIE KINDELAN, ABC News(LONDON) -- Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, virtually took over a school assembly Thursday to share a lesson with students on kindness.Duchess Kate, a mom of three, spoke to students at Oak National Academy,... Read More.
By JACK ARNHOLZ, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- India, Ireland, Mexico and Norway won non-permanent seats on the coveted United Nations Security Council -- the organization’s most powerful board -- for the committee’s 2021-2022 term.India, the world’s largest country... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- BY: CONOR FINNEGAN and JACK ARNHOLZThe Trump administration announced new sanctions against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad Wednesday, beginning the implementation of the strongest, most sweeping U.S. sanctions law yet against his regime.The Caesar... Read More.
By MORGAN WINSOR, ABC News(LONDON) -- A college at the prestigious University of Oxford is calling for the removal of a controversial statue on campus of a 19th century British colonialist that has been the center of recent protests.
By JOOHEE CHO and HAKYUNG KATE LEE, ABC News(SEOUL, South Korea) -- South Korea hit back hard at North Korea with harsh criticism on Wednesday after Pyongyang blew up an inter-Korean liaison office building in Kaesong, North Korea, in a... Read More.
(DELHI, India) -- BY: GUY DAVIES and SREYA BANERJEEIndian and Chinese soldiers clashed on the border overnight, leaving 20 Indian soldiers dead and marking the first casualties in a conflict between the two powers in decades."Indian and Chinese... Read More.
By PATRICK REEVELL, ABC News(MOSCOW) -- Most senior editorial staff members at one of Russia's leading independent newspapers have resigned in protest at the appointment of an editor-in-chief whom they've accused of censoring the paper and imposing rules that prevent... Read More.