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Pentagon says more troops injured after Jan. 8 rocket attack in Iraq

By Louis Casiano

The Pentagon on Tuesday updated the figures of the number of U.S. troops injured in a retaliatory airstrike on an Iraqi airbase following the death of an Iranian general.  

Palestinians say β€˜a thousand noes’ to Trump-Netanyahu Mideast peace plan

By Bradford Betz

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday said "a thousand no's" to the long-awaited Middle East peace plan unveiled by President Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

China demands apology from Danish newspaper for 'satirical' coronavirus cartoon

By Danielle Wallace

Chinese officials demanded a public apology from a Danish newspaper on Tuesday for publishing a cartoon replacing the five stars on the national flag of the People's Republic of China with drawings of five microscopic particles of the coronavirus.

Spain's Catalan separatists appear in regional parliament for first time since 2017

By Danielle Wallace

The former vice president of Catalonia and five other separatists sentenced to prison after leading an effort to secede from the rest of Spain in 2017 made their first public appearance since their conviction Tuesday, when they were called to testify at a regional parliament hearing in Barcelona.

2 bodies, flight data recorder recovered from Air Force plane that crashed in Afghanistan, official says

By Greg Norman

U.S. forces have recovered the remains of two American service members from the Air Force plane that crashed in eastern Afghanistan Monday, a U.S. defense official tells Fox News.

Australian wildfire sparked by helicopter fighting blazes threatens homes on Canberra outskirts

A wildfire sparked by a military helicopter helping firefighting efforts was blazing out of control and threatening homes on the outskirts of Australia's capital on Tuesday as fire danger escalated across the country’s southeast.

Netanyahu withdraws request for immunity on corruption charges

By Ilan Ben Zion

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu withdrew his request for immunity from prosecution on Tuesday, hours before parliamentary proceedings on the subject were set to begin.

Auschwitz liberation, 75 years later: 5 brilliant minds in the arts who died in the concentration camp

By Frank Miles

Many artists, from painters to musicians to philosophers, perished in the concentration camp, including prescient visionaries who through their masterpieces documented the horrors as they happened before their tragic deaths.

France sees rash of anti-Christian acts while anti-Semitism rises, officials say

By Frank Miles

Anti-Semitic acts increased in France last year by 27%, acts against Muslims inched higher while anti-Christian acts remained stable but highest of all, France’s interior minister said Sunday, denouncing the situation as intolerable.

Italy elections curtail sweep of right-wing Matteo Salvini to power

By Frank Miles

Italian right-wing firebrand Matteo Salvini was dealt a new blow Sunday when a key northern region in the politically erratic country swung left in its latest election.

Vietnam War formally ends: This Day in History

By Bradford Betz

On this day in history, 1973, the United States, South Vietnam, the Viet Cong, and North Vietnam signed the Paris Peace Accords, which formally brought an end to the Vietnam War.

Africa locust plague worst infestation in decades: β€˜Even cows are wondering what is happening’

By Stephen Sorace

Hundreds of millions of locusts have swarmed Kenya in the worst infestation to hit the East African nation in 70 years, devouring vital farmland in a region already suffering from extreme hunger.

US military plane crashes in Afghanistan, official says

By Greg Norman

An Air Force communications plane has crashed in eastern Afghanistan Monday with “less than five onboard”, a U.S. official tells Fox News.