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Ukraine war: Russia president Putin says four annexed Ukrainian regions are 'Russian forever'
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Michael Flynn's prospects for lenient sentence now in doubt
Prosecutors said they don't agree with Trump's former national security adviser's explanations related to his conduct on behalf of the Turkish government.
Spain's Socialists won't form government if investiture votes fail
Spanish Socialists will give up trying to install their leader Pedro Sanchez as prime minister if he fails to win two investiture votes this month, a spokesman for the Spanish Socialist party said on Tuesday.
Biden made nearly $16 million in two years after leaving White House, tax returns show
The former vice president, who is leading in the presidential polls, released financial information about he and his wife's sources of income.
Lack of oversight and regulations may lead to IVF mishaps
After a woman became pregnant with the help of in vitro fertilization, the babies turned out to be not related to her, her partner — or to each other.
American scientist who vanished in Greece found dead
Suzanne Eaton, a molecular biologist from California working in Germany, went missing on July 2. Her body was found in Crete on Monday.
McConnell likens himself to Obama: 'We both are the descendants of slave owners'
The Senate majority leader, who opposes reparations, was asked about NBC News' report that two of his great-great-grandfathers owned at least 14 slaves.
UK's Johnson and Hunt clash over Brexit,Trump in first TV debate
The two contenders expressed differing views on how to deal with US President Donald Trump amid a leaked memos scandal.
Fact check: Trump misleads on tackling lead in drinking water
Environmental advocates say that despite the president's boasts Monday, his administration is undercutting clean water initiatives through other regulation rollbacks.
Watch: Racers whizz downhill at the World Roller Games
The competition often sees racers reach speeds in excess of 130km/h.
Dusty trails and tricky navigation during Stage 3 of Silk Way Rally
Drivers and riders had to contend with dusty trails and tricky navigation on Stage 3 of the Silk Way Rally, with Nasser Al-Attiyah leading the cars
Trump defends Acosta, says he had a 'falling out' with Jeffrey Epstein 'a long time ago'
"I was not a fan of his. That I can tell you," Trump said of Epstein, the wealthy, politically connected sex offender arrested over the weekend.
Mozambique ready to take “extraordinary measures” to secure gas fields - President tells Euronews
Mozambique is in the process of reconstruction following cyclones Idai and Kenneth. And its President Filipe Nyusi faces other challenges too such as Islamic extremism in the region of Cabo Delgado rich in natural gas. We met with him at the EurAfrican Forum in Portugal.
UK MPs back same-sex marriage and abortion moves for Northen Ireland
The UK parliament on Tuesday backed amendments that would compel the government to extend same-sex marriage to Northern Ireland and liberalise abortion if the country is unable to re-establish its own devolved government by October 21.
Sunlight-fuelled spacecraft 'Lightsail 2' delays sail deployment
The crowd-funded spacecraft could deploy its sail as early as July 21 after delaying it to check a system that helps the spacecraft orient itself.
The Brief: New MEP wants to reform Hungary, toll highway approved
Hungarian MEP brings progressive ideas to Brussels, Russia approves toll highway, Ireland concerned about disorderly Brexit. All this and more on the Brief from Brussels.
Putin blocks Russian parliament plans for Georgia sanctions
The Russian president said patching up strained relations was more important than reacting to provocations by "scumbags".
Judiciary panel to vote to authorize subpoenas targeting Trump officials
The list of a dozen names the panel will consider Thursday includes Trump son-in-law and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner and former deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein.
Alleged Islamic State militant on trial in Netherlands for war crimes
A Dutch-born alleged Islamic State fighter was brought before a court in the Netherlands on Monday.
Secret Service report finds mass attackers leave warning signs before violence
The agency's National Threat Assessment Center analyzed 27 incidents, mostly shootings, during 2018.
Ex-US presidential candidate Ross Perot dies at 89
The billionaire twice ran as an independent for president.
Brazil bids farewell to Bossa nova legend Joao Gilberto
Fans from around the world honoured Bossa nova pioneer João Gilberto at his funeral in Rio de Janeiro.
Pope bombarded with insults after tweeting to pray for migrants
Insults in Italian replying to a tweet from Pope Francis flooded Twitter on Monday after he wrote about migrants.
KLM and easyJet planes collide at Amsterdam airport
An easyJet flight to London clipped the the back of a Dutch KLM flight at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport on Tuesday morning.
Watch: Artworks adorn streets of Russia for Festival Stenograffia
Starting in Yekaterinburg, the street art festival will pop up in 12 other Russian cities.
New Hungarian MEP brings progressive, pro-European ideas to Brussels
Katalin Cseh, a newly-elected Hungarian MEP, is coming to Brussels with progressive ideas. She said she's going against Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's use of "scare tactics."
Pro-impeachment billionaire Tom Steyer makes late entry into Democratic race
The California hedge funder, who considered running earlier this year but pulled back, now joins a crowded field of over 20 candidates.
France 'will introduce eco-tax' on flights out of France
"We have decided to put in place an eco-tax on all flights from France," the French transport minister said during a news conference, adding that the funds will finance daily transport in France.
The 2020 Senate map begins to take shape
First Read is your briefing from "Meet the Press" and the NBC Political Unit on the day's most important political stories and why they matter.
Romania has made 'very little progress' to prevent corruption - report
Romania has made little progress to prevent corruption in its government, the Council of Europe’s anti-corruption body said in two critical reports released on Tuesday.
Corbyn says new UK PM must put Brexit plan to second referendum
In a letter to party members, he added that Labour would campaign in favour of remain to stop a no-deal Brexit or what he called a “damaging Tory Brexit”.