Trudeau working with Aust, NZ on spy fears
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he is working with Australia, New Zealand and other members of the Five Eyes intelligence sharing network after the shock arrest of a top Canadian law enforcement official.
Dozens killed by Taliban suicide bombers
Two attacks by suicide bombers have killed at least 48 people and wounded scores more in Afghanistan in the deadliest single day since a peace agreement with Taliban insurgents was declared dead.
Boris could be forced to recall parliament
Boris Johnson could recall parliament if Britain's highest court rules he unlawfully suspended it, a government lawyer says, after judges heard the prime minister wanted a shutdown because it was an obstacle to his Brexit plans.
US sues Edward Snowden over his new book
The United States has filed a lawsuit against Edward Snowden, the former National Security Agency contractor who leaked secret documents about US telephone and internet surveillance in 2013, saying his new book violates non-disclosure agreements.
Saudi attack came from southwest Iran: US
The United States believes the attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities originated in southwestern Iran, a US official told Reuters.
Netanyahu, rival neck-and-neck: exit polls
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud party and Benny Gantz's centrist Blue and White party are neck-and-neck in Israel's general election, according to exit polls.
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