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JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — An Indonesian air force Hercules C-130 plane crashed Tuesday into a residential neighborhood in the country's third-largest city of Medan, killing at least 20 people.
ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The latest news on Greece's financial woes on a day a big repayment to the International Monetary Fund is due and the country's bailout program with European creditors ends (all times local):
WASHINGTON (AP) — Groups trying to curb the partisan sculpting of House districts are hoping their Supreme Court victory will prompt more states to create independent commissions to redraw congressional lines.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sweeping pollution limits at the center of President Barack Obama's climate change plan are facing increased scrutiny in the wake of a Supreme Court ruling that showed that the justices aren't afraid to thwart perceived overreach by Obama or his Environmental Protection Agency.
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Hospital: Death toll from Indonesia military plane crash in Medan city rises to 20 .
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who spent three years as president of his high school class, is returning to his alma mater to announce he's running for president of his country.
The Islamic State group has beheaded two women in Syria on accusations of "sorcery," the first such execution of women in Syria, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitor said Tuesday. "The Islamic State group executed two women by beheading them in Deir Ezzor province, and this is the first time the Observatory has documented women being killed by the group in this manner," Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Export-Import Bank expires Tuesday at midnight for the first time since the small federal agency was created during the Depression to help U.S. businesses export their products. Congress failed to renew the bank's charter because of opposition from Republicans who say it amounts to corporate welfare. However, the shutdown may end up being only temporary.
Asian markets rebounded Tuesday after the previous day's rout, despite Greece being just hours away from default, while Shanghai surged at the end of a volatile day that saw wild swings. Hong Kong jumped 1.56 percent in late trade.
South Sudan's army raped then torched girls alive inside their homes during a recent campaign notable for its "new brutality and intensity", a UN rights report said Tuesday. "Some of the most disturbing allegations... focused on the abduction and sexual abuse of women and girls, some of whom were reportedly burnt alive in their dwellings," the UN mission in South Sudan said in a statement, warning of "widespread human rights abuses".
Greek PM Alexis Tsipras threatens to resign if the result of a snap referendum on Greece's debt crisis due on Sunday does not go his way.
Two people are dead after one of them set himself on fire on a Japanese Shinkansen bullet train, public broadcaster NHK says.
Midnight will come later tonight as for the first time in three years an extra second is added to the official time set by atomic clocks.
The Islamic State (IS) militant group say its Yemeni affiliate carried out a car-bombing at a funeral attended by Shia Houthi rebels in Sanaa, with many casualties.
China is set to reveal how much it will cut carbon emissions by beyond 2020, says Premier Li Keqiang during a visit to Europe.
The US says it will resume security assistance to Bahrain, despite criticism from some human rights groups.
At least five people are killed as a military transport plane crashes in a residential area of the Indonesian city of Medan, officials say.
Afghan fighters allied with Islamic State are in contact with the group's Syrian headquarters, a senior US commander says.
Puerto Rico's governor says the US territory cannot pay its $72bn (£45bn) debt and is close to defaulting ahead of emergency talks with legislators.
Police respond to a riot involving inmates at a Melbourne prison, a day before a state-wide smoking ban in jails comes into effect.
New footage has emerged of the attack at the Tunisian resort of Sousse on Friday, which left 38 people, mostly tourists, dead.
Imen Kechiche Guiga was working in her office near the hotel reception when the Tunisia beach attack violence erupted, she saw the gunman and was injured by grenade fragments.
A series of major wildfires have been burning across thousands of acres of Washington state, over 120 miles (190km) east of Seattle.
Two people are dead after one of them set himself on fire on board a Japanese Shinkansen bullet train, public broadcaster NHK reports.
International negotiations on Iran's nuclear programme are due to finish, but it is thought they could continue into July.
A young designer based in London has developed a hand tool that he hopes can change the way craftsmen and women work.
Giant African snails are being bred in the only snail farm in East Africa.
An abandoned ashram in the Indian town of Rishikesh has become a must-see stop for Beatles fans.
A new Audrey Hepburn exhibition in London contains photos from the personal collection of her two sons.
Jonny Dymond reports from Baghdad on the first anniversary of the declaration of a caliphate across Syria and Iraq by the so-called Islamic State.