In Rare Appearance, Princess Kate Hands Alcaraz the Wimbledon Trophy

In Rare Appearance, Princess Kate Hands Alcaraz the Wimbledon Trophy

Kate, the Princess of Wales, handed Carlos Alcaraz the champion's trophy after the Wimbledon men's final on Sunday.

Hamas Says Cease-Fire Talks Aren’t Paused, Claims Military Chief Survived Israeli Strike

Hamas Says Cease-Fire Talks Aren’t Paused, Claims Military Chief Survived Israeli Strike

Hamas said Sunday that Gaza cease-fire negotiations continue and Mohammed Deif is in good health, two days after Israel’s military targeted the group’s military commander in an airstrike.

Princess of Wales to Make Rare Public Appearance at Wimbledon Men’s Final

Princess of Wales to Make Rare Public Appearance at Wimbledon Men’s Final

The Princess of Wales is set to attend the Wimbledon men’s final on Sunday in a rare public appearance after her cancer diagnosis.

Rescuers Recover First Body After Landslide Sweeps Two Buses Into Nepal River

Rescuers Recover First Body After Landslide Sweeps Two Buses Into Nepal River

Rescuers in Nepal recovered Saturday the first body after a landslide swept away two buses, pushing them into a river a day earlier, authorities said.

Israeli Attack Targeting Hamas Military Commander Kills at Least 71

Israeli Attack Targeting Hamas Military Commander Kills at Least 71

Israel said it targeted Hamas’ military commander in a massive strike in the southern Gaza Strip that killed at least 71 people, according to local health officials.

Russian Passenger Jet Crashes Near Moscow, Killing Crew of Three

Russian Passenger Jet Crashes Near Moscow, Killing Crew of Three

The Russian passenger jet belonged to Gazprom avia, a carrier owned by the Russian state-controlled natural gas giant Gazprom.

European Union Says X's Blue Check System Breaches Social Media Laws

European Union Says X's Blue Check System Breaches Social Media Laws

The European Union said Friday that blue checkmarks seen on some profiles on Elon Musk's X are deceptive, and that the social platform falls short on transparency and accountability requirements.

Key Steps - And Sideline Meetings - During NATO Summit

Key Steps - And Sideline Meetings - During NATO Summit

Here's some of what happened this week during the NATO summit and its sideline meetings:

After NATO Summit, Hungary’s Prime Minister Visits Donald Trump

After NATO Summit, Hungary’s Prime Minister Visits Donald Trump

Hungary’s prime minister, Viktor Orbán, traveled to Florida and met with former President Donald Trump Thursday after the NATO summit concluded in Washington.

US and South Korea Sign Joint Nuclear Deterrence Guidelines

US and South Korea Sign Joint Nuclear Deterrence Guidelines

The U.S. and South Korea have signed nuclear deterrence guidelines, considered a step in their joint efforts to respond to North Korea’s evolving nuclear threats.

UN Projects World Population to Grow from 8.2 Billion to 10.3 Billion in 2080s

UN Projects World Population to Grow from 8.2 Billion to 10.3 Billion in 2080s

The world’s population is expected to grow by more than 2 billion people in the next decades and peak in the 2080s at around 10.3 billion, according to a new report by the United Nations.

Biden Announces New Patriot System for Ukraine as Part of $225 Million Weapons Package

Biden Announces New Patriot System for Ukraine as Part of $225 Million Weapons Package

President Joe Biden announced a new $225 million aid package for Ukraine on Thursday, including a Patriot missile system to bolster its air defenses against Russian airstrikes.

Apple, EU Resolve ‘Tap to Pay’ Dispute

Apple, EU Resolve ‘Tap to Pay’ Dispute

European Union on Thursday accepted Apple’s pledge to open its “tap to pay” iPhone payment system to rivals, as a way to resolve an antitrust case.

Kenya President Dismisses Cabinet Ministers, Vows to Form New Government

Kenya President Dismisses Cabinet Ministers, Vows to Form New Government

Kenya President William Ruto on Thursday dismissed almost all of his Cabinet ministers and promised to form a new government.

11 Killed When Bus Collides With Pickup in Philippines

11 Killed When Bus Collides With Pickup in Philippines

A bus collided with a pickup truck early Thursday, killing 11 people and injuring six others in a northern Philippines community.