International

(Undated) -- A Kuwaiti national who's been jailed in Cuba for more than a dozen years without being charged is being handed over to the government of Kuwait. Fouzi Khalid Abdullah Al Awda becomes the third inmate transferred out of Gitmo this year, but the first since the...
(Jerusalem) -- At least one person is dead and about a dozen have been injured in East Jerusalem in what's being called a "suspected terror attack." It all started when the driver of a commercial van plowed into a group of pedestrians waiting at a train stop earlier today. After...
(Ferguson, MO) -- The parents of Michael Brown are traveling from Ferguson, Missouri to a United Nations meeting in Switzerland. They are expected to speak before the U.N. Committee Against Torture in Geneva on November 12th and 13th. Lesley McSpadden and Michael Brown Sr. are...
(Undated) -- Amnesty International wants the Israeli military investigated for its deadly attacks on Gaza during July and August. The rights group accuses Israel of carrying out an unprecedented number of bombings on inhabited homes and labels the conflict's death toll as...
(Undated) -- General Motors keeps selling more cars in China. GM announced today that it sold more than 290-thousand vehicles in China last month. That's a three-point-two percent increase over October of 2013. GM and its Chinese joint ventures had double-digit sales increases...
(Arlington, VA) -- Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says tensions in Syria are the reason the U.S. has started training the moderate opposition to fight ISIS. On Tuesday Rear Admiral Kirby said the training is going well, but there's still additional work that needs to be done. He...
(Undated) -- Property seized from corrupt Chinese officials is up for auction online. China's courts are auctioning some of the loot rounded up in the government's widening anti-corruption campaign. More than 500 courts are joining the auction platform on a popular shopping site...
(Undated) -- An Air France flight headed to New York is back in Paris after severe turbulence forced it turn around. As many as four crew members aboard Air France Flight AF006 were injured by the turbulence shortly after take-off, and the captain aborted the flight soon after...
(Washington, DC) -- White House spokesman Josh Earnest says air strikes against ISIS will continue. ISIS has overrun large areas of Iraq and parts of Syria. The militant group is accused of numerous human rights violations, including beheadings and mass killings.