• By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    BULGARIAN PARLIAMENT APPROVES MILITARY AID TO UKRAINE

    Bulgarian lawmakers have approved the country's first military aid package to Ukraine involving a classified list of weapons prepared...

    International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    NATO CHIEF FEARS UKRAINE WAR COULD WIDEN INTO WIDER CONFLICT

    The head of NATO has expressed worry that the fighting in Ukraine could spin out of control and become a war between Russia and NATO

    International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    OFFICER WHO KNEELED ON GEORGE FLOYD'S BACK SENTENCED

    A Minneapolis police officer who kneeled on George Floyd's back plead guilty on charges of aiding and abetting second-degree manslaughter...

    US
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    FRANCE'S TOTALENERGIES PULLS OUT OF RUSSIAN GAS PRODUCER

    French energy giant TotalEnergies says it will walk away from its stake in Russian natural gas producer Novatek and take a $3.7 billion...

    International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    RUSSIAN PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN SAYS MORE U.S.-RUSSIAN PRISONER EXCHANGES ARE POSSIBLE AFTER GRINER-BOUT TRADE

    U.S., International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    SOME PARENTS CONCERNED OVER EMPTY DRUG STORE SHELVES, SHORTAGE OF POPULAR ANTIBIOTIC

    Across the U.S., parents are searching for solutions as demand for pediatric medications surge.

    U.S., GMA
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    PORTUGAL COACH: RONALDO DID NOT THREATEN TO LEAVE WORLD CUP

    Portugal coach Fernando Santos says Cristiano Ronaldo did not threaten to leave Qatar after being dropped from the team to play Switzerland...

    World, Sports
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    RUSSIAN ARMS DEALER SWAPPED FOR WNBA STAR GRINER BLASTS WEST

    Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout, who was sent back to his homeland after 14 years in an U

    International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    2 AID GROUPS SEEK ITALY PORT AS BANKSY'S MIGRANT BOAT DOCKS

    Two aid groups that rescued more than 500 people from the Mediterranean are seeking a port to disembark their passengers

    International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    FRANCE, SPAIN, PORTUGAL TO BUILD HYDROGEN PIPELINE BY 2030

    Spain, France and Portugal have agreed to build a major undersea pipeline to transport hydrogen from the Iberian Peninsula to France...

    Europ, International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    RUSSIAN MAN JAILED 8 1/2 YEARS FOR UKRAINE ACTION CRITICISM

    A prominent Russian opposition figure has been sentenced to 8 1/2 years in prison after being convicted on charges stemming from his...

    International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    LEBANESE ACTRESS LINKED TO CENTRAL BANK GOVERNOR ARRESTED

    Lebanese judicial officials and the state-run National News Agency say an actress with links to the country's Central Bank governor...

    Running, International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    GERMANY: JUDGES CONFIRM ARREST OF 23 ALLEGED COUP PLOTTERS

    German authorities say judges have confirmed the arrest of 23 people suspected of planning to topple the government, while the extradition...

    International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    UK SANCTIONS 2 MOLDOVAN OLIGARCHS CHARGED WITH CORRUPTION

    Britain's foreign secretary says two Moldovan oligarchs who are allegedly implicated in a one-billion-dollar bank fraud and other illicit...

    International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    POLICE MOVE ON SUSPECTED INFLUENCE PEDDLING AT EU ASSEMBLY

    Federal prosecutors in Belgium say police launched 16 raids across Brussels as part of a probe into corruption and money laundering...

    International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    UKRAINIAN NOBEL PRIZE WINNER SAYS PUTIN MUST FACE TRIBUNAL

    A representative of one the the organizations sharing this year's Nobel Peace Prize says she thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin...

    International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    REPORT: RACISM SHOULD BE DESIGNATED PUBLIC HEALTH THREAT GLOBALLY

    A landmark new study in the Lancet journal argues that racism should be seen as a public health threat worldwide. Here's why.

    Health, International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    OFFICER INJURED IN SHOOTING AMID TENSION IN NORTHERN KOSOVO

    Kosovo police say armed men fired guns from a vehicle, injuring one officer

    International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    ARAB LEADERS IN SAUDI ARABIA FOR CHINESE LEADER XI'S VISIT

    Gulf Arab leaders and others in the Mideast are meeting in Saudi Arabia as part of a state visit by Chinese leader Xi Jinping

    International
  • By ABC News   -   Dec 9, 2022

    FIRE RAVAGES MOSCOW SHOPPING MALL, KILLING 1 MAN

    One man is dead after a massive fire ravaged a shopping mall on Moscow's northwestern outskirts

    International