Ambush kills at least 13 Mexican police officers as drug cartel violence spikes
At least 13 police officers were killed and three others wounded Monday in an ambush by gunmen in the Mexican state of Michoacan, a western region where violence attributed to drug cartels has spiked in recent months.
Turkish-led Syrian rebel fighters advancing on flashpoint region of Manbij
The flashpoint region of Manbij in northeastern Syria is becoming a battleground for Turkish-led Syrian rebel fighters advancing in the area following the pullback of U.S. forces.
Pope's bodyguard resigns over leak in financial probe
The Vatican's security chief who served as Pope Francis' main bodyguard resigned Monday over leaks related to a financial investigation into alleged wrongdoing in the holy city.
EU countries pledge to suspend arm exports to Turkey over Syria incursion
Member countries from the European Union pledged on Monday to suspend weapons exports to Turkey over its widely condemned military operations in Syria.
Typhoon Hagibis kills dozens in Japan, floods bullet trains as massive search launched
A massive search-and-rescue effort was underway Monday in central and northern Japan after powerful Typhoon Hagibis unleashed torrents of rain and strong winds during the weekend, killing dozens and spawning devastating flooding.
China's Xi Jinping warns attempts to divide country will end in 'crushed bodies and shattered bones'
As street battles between protesters and police continue to escalate in Hong Kong, China's authoritarian leader warned Sunday any further attempt to divide the country will literally be crushed.
Iran oil tanker damage from apparent missile attack captured in new photos
Images released Monday showed a pair of gaping holes in the hull of an Iranian oil tanker that Tehran says was hit by two missiles off the coast of Saudi Arabia in a mysterious attack last week that threatened to ratchet up tensions even more between the regional adversaries.
British pedophile Richard Huckle, who may have raped 200 kids, stabbed to death in prison: report
A British man sentenced to 22 life sentences — and who authorities say may have raped or abused up to 200 Malaysian children — was reportedly stabbed to death in prison on Sunday, likely ending any hope cops had of gaining access to the man's encrypted computer files and any potential abusers identified within.
Kurdish forces announce deal with Damascus after US pullout
Nearly a week after the U.S. announced its decision to pull out troops from northern Syria to make way for a Turkish incursion, Kurdish forces in the country have reportedly agreed to a new deal with Damascus in a desperate bid to face off against Ankara's offensive.
Elderly Japan woman rescued from Typhoon Hagibis dies after falling from helicopter; storm kills at least 33
An elderly woman was one of the more than 30 who have died in Japan from the devastating Typhoon Hagibis, officials said.
Mexico halts caravan of 2,000 migrants bound for US; critics call roundup a 'human hunt'
A caravan of roughly 2,000 migrants bound for the United States early Saturday was halted by Mexican authorities only a few hours into their journey, according to witnesses cited by Reuters.
White House petition asking US to recognize Taiwan surpasses 100K signatures
A White House petition calling for the United States to recognize Taiwan as an independent country surpassed 100,000 signatures over the weekend, a threshold that will require an official response from the Trump administration within 60 days.
American-born Israeli woman, 26, sentenced 7.5 years in Russia for 9 grams of cannabis in luggage
A 26-year-old woman with dual American and Israeli citizenship who has been jailed in Russia since April after authorities allegedly found nine grams of cannabis in her luggage, has been sentenced to seven and a half years in prison, her sister said.
Turkish airstrikes in Syria reportedly target journalist convoy, civilians; at least 9 dead
Fresh airstrikes from Turkey reportedly targeted civilians and a group of foreign reporters in the Syrian border town of Ras al-Ayn, according to monitoring groups and Syrian Kurdish officials.
Poland’s ruling conservative party declares victory for another four years
Poland’s ruling Law and Justice party, buoyed by its popular conservative platform and generous social spending, was widely expected to win Sunday’s election, regarded as one of the country’s most momentous since the fall of communism 30 years ago.
Hundreds of ISIS supporters escape camp in Syria as Turkish troops approach, Kurds say
Hundreds of people affiliated with the Islamic State escaped a camp where they were being held on Sunday after Turkish forces approached the Kurdish-held town, Kurdish officials said.
Super Typhoon Hagibis tears through Japan sparking massive floods, at least 1 dead
Typhoon Hagibis pounded Japan with gale-force winds and heavy rain on Saturday, killing at least one and injuring more than 50.
Frenchman nabbed in Scotland not fugitive suspected of killing wife, 4 children
A man seized in Scotland was not the notorious fugitive Frenchman wanted for killing his wife and four children eight years ago, according to reports Saturday.
State Rep. Randy Frye is encouraging college students and recent graduates to intern at the Statehouse.
The winner of the contest will get lifetime season tickets for two.
South Dearborn will play Mooresville and Milan hits the road to Knightstown.