Amazon deforestation in Brazil hits 11-year high, data shows
Deforestation in Brazil’s Amazon rainforest has risen to its highest levels in more than a decade, according to new data from a government report Monday that seemed to confirm an increase under the administration of President Jair Bolsonaro.
Russia offers Maria Butina job with human rights commission
Maria Butina, who was deported to Russia last month after being convicted of being an agent for Moscow, has been offered a job in state human rights commission to defend Russians imprisoned abroad.
Iran continuing construction on army base along Iraq-Syria border, images show
Iran is continuing construction on an army base along the Iraq-Syria border, according to satellite images taken Sunday and obtained by Fox News.
Pope Francis replaces head of Vatican's financial regulator weeks after police raid
Pope Francis on Monday replaced the head of the Vatican's financial oversight agency, weeks after an unprecedented raid on the agency's offices sparked by a London real estate deal.
World War II ammunition fished out of pond in Germany by children with magnet
This was an unlikely catch of the day.
Hong Kong showdown: Protesters close in on trapped allies as police try to clear occupied university
Hong Kong anti-government protesters reportedly are closing in on the city’s Polytechnic University Monday in a bid to help hundreds of their allies there evade arrest after battling police with gasoline bombs and bows and arrows.
United Kingdom knife crime spike spurs London police to distribute bleed control kits to bars, nightclubs
Authorities in the United Kingdom's largest city are hoping to literally stem the bleeding in response to a knife crime epidemic that's plaguing England and Wales.
Russian troops take over abandoned US airbase in northern Syria: report
Russian troops took over the Kobani airfield in northern Syria last week, one day after U.S. troops moved out, according to a report.
Many migrants stuck in lawless Mexican border state after trying to enter US
The United States has warned its citizens to stay away from the lawless border state of Tamaulipas, assigning the area in Mexico the same alert level given to war-torn countries such as Afghanistan and Syria.
Oscar Wilde's stolen ring recovered by 'art detective'
A stolen ring once belonging to the famed Irish writer Oscar Wilde has been recovered nearly 20 years after it was stolen from Britain’s Oxford University, according to reports.
Iran’s Ayatollah warns 'thugs' as protests escalate over increase gas prices
Iran’s supreme leader on Sunday, commenting on widespread protests over the government’s decision to increase gasoline prices by 50 percent, denounced protesters who have attacked public property as “thugs.”
Hong Kong police storm Polytechnic University as protesters set fires to entrance
Hong Kong authorities on Monday stormed Polytechnic University where anti-government protesters have hunkered down for days amid violent clashes with police.
China sails carrier fleet through Taiwan Strait in apparent message days after US warship crossed
China has sailed an aircraft carrier fleet through the Taiwan Strait -- just days after a U.S. warship crossed the waterway -- in an apparent message to the self-ruled island and its allies ahead of the Asian nation's 2020 presidential election.
Venice flooding closes St. Mark's Square as city faces another 'tough day' of exceptional high tides
Another exceptional high tide swamped Venice on Sunday, causing the tourist hotspot of St. Mark's Square to be closed due to the high water as the city marked the worst week of flooding since records started officially being kept.
At least seven killed in Bangladesh gas explosion
At least seven people were killed on Sunday after a gas pipeline exploded in the Bangladeshi port city of Chittagong, a police official said.
Elephant, named Usama bin Laden, dies in captivity after killing 5 villagers in India, officials say
An elephant named Usama bin Laden, after the 9/11 mastermind and former leader of Al Qaeda, has died in captivity, days after he was captured for killing five villagers in India last month, officials said.
Hong Kong police officer shot with arrow, protesters set fires as Chinese troops appear to clean streets
As clashes continue to bring chaos to the streets of Hong Kong, with protesters setting fires and slinging arrows, Chinese soldiers were seen arming them themselves with brooms over the weekend for the massive cleanup of debris from city streets.
US, South Korea postpone joint military exercise criticized by North Korea
The United States and South Korea on Sunday said they were postponing a joint military air exercise that North Korea has criticized as provocative.
A meth lab was dismantled in the process.
Harrison moves on in the OHSAA Football State Tournament, while Lawrenceburg's season came to an end in an IHSAA Football Regional Championship game.
Eagle Country 99.3 will have full coverage of the Regional Championship on Saturday starting at 5:40 p.m.