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ISIS has claimed responsibility for Friday's massacre of at least 29 people on buses in Egypt, a terror monitoring group says.
Twenty-six people have been killed in Egypt after unidentified gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying Coptic Christians in what officials are calling a terror attack.
A gun attack that killed at least 26 Coptic Christians on a bus in Egypt is just the latest assault on the religious minority group, which has been a target for deadly violence throughout its history.
ISIS claimed responsibility for bombings that killed dozens at two Coptic churches in Egypt on Palm Sunday.
Pope Francis, speaking at the heart of Sunni Islam scholarship, stressed the importance of unity between Muslims and Christians to shape world peace and emphasized the "incompatibility of violence and faith."
Britain's terror threat level has been reduced to "severe" from "critical," UK Prime Minister Theresa May said Saturday after meeting with security chiefs.
Travelers with British Airways are facing disruptions Saturday after the airline reported major computer problems.
At least 28 people were killed in fierce clashes between rival militias in Libya, the Ministry of Health said.
Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails ended their hunger strike Saturday after 40 days, officials said.
Zbigniew Brzezinski, the former national security adviser to President Jimmy Carter, has died, his daughter announced on social media.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the US government took full responsibility for intelligence leaks from the investigation into Monday's deadly terror attack in Manchester, as he met Friday with his UK counterpart Boris Johnson.
Members of the British Royal Air Force are sending a message to ISIS in a storied way -- scrawled on the outside of a bomb.
Manchester native Natalie Thornley was attending a vigil when she captured a photograph of an armed policeman blowing a kiss to a group of people holding a "free hugs" sign.
Manchester's street artists are canvassing the city's Northern Quarter with murals in the wake of Monday's horrific suicide bombing, which claimed the lives of 22 concertgoers.
Britain temporarily halted intelligence sharing on the Manchester bombing with the United States after American officials leaked information -- a remarkable development between two "Five Eyes" nations that have the deepest of intelligence relationships.
A mystery SOS sign in a remote part of Australia has confused police after a search found no evidence of "recent human activity" in the area.
What's the first thing you noticed about this picture of political spouses, other than Melania Trump's continued mastery of the color black?
World leaders gathered this week in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to seek peace and condemn religious radicalism. At the very same time, a suicide bomber was preparing to kill innocent, fun-loving people at a concert in Manchester, England.
She ran away from home. She was only 15 when the man she moved in with and thought she loved took her to a party and told her she had to sleep with somebody for money. She resisted. His pressure continued. She thought it would be a one-time deal. It wasn't.
As a medic with the U.S. Marines, Bob Adams put his life on the line for his men in some of the most intense battles of the Vietnam War.