Art exhibition in Sicily highlights human side of European migration

(PALMERO, Sicily) -- In a small room in a former fortress in the port town of Palermo, Sicily, a video displayed across one of the walls depicts a nondescript stretch of highway. A closer look reveals... Read More

Mystery cat killings solved after three year investigation

(LONDON) -- The mystery behind the killing and mutilation of more than 400 cats in London has been solved after a three-year investigation.

The identity of the so-called "Croydon cat killer," named after a section of London, was thought by... Read More

More than 100 dead after ferry sinks in Tanzania

(UKARA, Tanzania) -- More than 100 people have been confirmed dead after a ferry capsized on Lake Victoria in Tanzania Thursday.

So far, 37 people have been rescued, but it is believed that hundreds more are missing and feared dead, the As... Read More

Pope Francis to tour Baltics, honor 'those who have suffered for their faith'

(ROME) -- Following a troubling summer marred by clerical child abuse scandals, Pope Francis is heading eastwards to the Baltic States on his 25th trip as pontiff this Saturday. The four-day trip will take him to three Baltic States: Lithuania, Latvi... Read More

Rare case of undetected cancer passed from organ donor to 4 recipients results in 3 dead: Report

(LONDON) -- Four adults in the United Kingdom developed breast cancer after receiving vital organs from a single donor -- three of the transplants recipients died, according to a recent case report.

This case, published by the American Col... Read More

DNA test reunites siblings abandoned separately in South Korea in 1984

(SEOUL, South Korea) -- Justin Kragt was just 2 years old when he was found alone, crying outside a theater in Seoul, South Korea.

A mile away in Seoul and some time later, a 4-year-old girl was found alone at a market.

Inside h... Read More

Trump suggested Spain build a wall across African Sahara to stop migrants, minister says

(MADRID) -- President Donald Trump urged Spain this summer to build a wall across the African Sahara to solve the migrant crisis in Europe, according to Spain’s foreign ministry.

A ministry official told ABC News that Spanish Foreign... Read More

NYPD prepares for UN General Assembly in wake of UK nerve agent attacks

(NEW YORK) -- Days before world leaders gather in New York City for the U.N. General Assembly, the NYPD is brushing up on how to prevent state-sponsored poisoning attempts.

While police say there have been no specific poisoning threats in ... Read More

Dozens injured on Indian flight after plane loses cabin pressure

(LONDON) -- Dozens of passengers on a Jet Airways flight from Mumbai to Jaipur were injured after their plane lost cabin pressure on Thursday.

People onboard Jet Airways flight 9W 697 posted photos and videos of the incident on Twitter, in... Read More

Remains of two US soldiers identified from boxes turned over by North Korea

(WASHINGTON) -- President Donald Trump announced Thursday that the remains of two U.S. Army soldiers missing in the Korean War nearly seven decades ago have ... Read More

Australian supermarket temporarily stops selling needles amid strawberry scare

(SYDNEY) -- A major Australian supermarket chain is temporarily pulling sewing needles from its shelves as authorities continue to investigate cases of needles being put in fruit.

Woolworths, which has close to 1,000 locations across the c... Read More