International

(Kinshasa, Congo) -- A new report from AFP News says 30 elephants have been killed in the Congo in just the last two weeks. An official for the Garamba National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo says armed militants from Sudan have been coming in from the north and moving...
(Undated) -- Iranian officials are condemning a Saudi Arabia-led coalition's air strikes against anti-government rebels in Yemen. The message was delivered today on Iran state television. Iran also is denying that it is providing money and training to the Shiite Houthi rebels in...
(New York, NY) -- Audio from the Germanwings plane that crashed Tuesday in the French Alps indicates one of the pilots was locked out of the cockpit before the jet went down. The "New York Times" reports that a military official involved in the investigation says the pilot is...
(Baghdad) -- The U.S. is conducting airstrikes against ISIS targets in the city of Tikrit . The U.S.-led coalition is joining Iraqi security forces and Shiite militia who have been pounding ISIS positions with artillery, mortars and rockets. Tikrit is the home town of former...
(Baghdad) -- Iraqi forces are shelling ISIS targets in the city of Tikrit ahead of U.S.-led coalition air strikes. An Iraqi official said forces are pounding ISIS positions with artillery, mortars and rockets. Tikrit is the home town of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, and...
(Paris) -- French investigators are analyzing the cockpit voice recorder from the Germanwings jet that crashed yesterday in the French Alps. The director of France's air incident investigation bureau said analysis of an extracted audio file had just begun and he could not give...
(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. is reportedly preparing to launch air strikes on the ISIS-held Iraqi city of Tikrit . CBS News says the U.S. had been waiting for Iraqis to publicly request the strikes. Tikrit is the home town of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, and was one of...
(Washington, DC) -- The number of Americans who were aboard a jet that crashed in the French Alps yesterday is up to three. State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said the third citizen isn't being named at this time. The two other Americans have been identified as a mother and...
(Undated) -- "Top Gear" host Jeremy Clarkson is out of a job. The BBC announced Wednesday it would not renew Clarkson's contract after an investigation into the host's attack on one of the show's producers earlier this month. In a statement, BBC Director-General Tony Hall said...