ABC News(WASHINGTON) — It’s been nearly a decade since a Tunisian street vendor set himself on fire — an act of protest and desperation that culminated in the Arab Spring demonstrations across the Middle East and North
omersukrugoksu/iStock(NEW YORK) — Mexican authorities say they are honing in on a criminal group known as “La Linea” as those responsible for the massacre of an American family in northern Mexico. The family was traveling in a
omersukrugoksu/iStock(NEW YORK) — Although the U.S. knows “almost nothing” about the new leader of ISIS, he is “a nobody,” according to a senior State Department official, making it difficult for the terror group to rally around him.
Lya_Cattel/iStock(AMSTERDAM) — Dutch authorities swarmed Amsterdam’s largest airport on Wednesday likely fearing the worst, only to discover that a jet’s warning trigger had been pressed accidentally. Air Europa confirmed via Twitter, after all crew and passengers had
Circle Creative Studio/iStock(LONDON) — Queen Elizabeth II is known for her colorful outfits, and she has not been afraid to accent them with a fur accessory. Going forward, however, new pieces of fur acquired by the Queen
New Zealand Parliament(NEW YORK) — The latest viral generational clap back phrase has moved from the court of public opinion to parliament. A young member of New Zealand parliament quickly dismissed a member of the opposition with
hansslegers/iStock(BEIRUT, Lebanon) — A man is under arrest for allegedly knifing eight people, including four tourists and two police officers, at a popular attraction in Jordan on Wednesday, sources from the Jordanian General Security confirmed to ABC
spawns/iStock(BEIJING) — After weeks of reports that the Beijing was searching for a replacement for deeply unpopular Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam, the embattled leader received what appeared to be a warm welcome and a ringing