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American-born investor named in Putin’s 'incredible offer'

(WASHINGTON) -- When Russian President Vladimir Putin called out a U.S.-born investor during Monday’s stunning news conference in Helsinki, Finland, Bill Browder was on vacation with his family – not watching Putin’s landmark summit with President Donald Trump.“My phone started burning up with messages and notifications,” Browder told ABC News…... Read More

In Russia, meeting with Trump seen as strong win for Putin

(HELSINKI) -- Ahead of his summit with President Donald Trump, it had been widely said that all Russia’s president Vladimir Putin had to do to come out a winner was to show up to the meeting Finland’s capital, Helsinki on Monday.Putin did come and by all accounts the result of…... Read More

Putin gives Trump World Cup ball after question on Syria: 'Now the ball is in your court'

(HELSINKI) -- Russian president Vladimir Putin paused a joint press conference after answering a question on whether the ball is "in the Russian court" regarding cooperative efforts in Syria to hand President Donald Trump a soccer ball in Helsinki, Finland Monday."Speaking about having the ball in our court in Syria,…... Read More

A massive iceberg threatening Greenland village has moved away from the coast

(NEW YORK) -- A massive iceberg that has been floating close to a village in Greenland and threatening its residents appears to be veering away from the coast, toward the north, officials said.The village of Innaarsuit is home to 169 residents, some of whom have been evacuated as the iceberg…... Read More

South Korea hold world's largest mud festival of its kind

(BORYEONG, South Korea)-- Splash mud over strangers, push others into the muddy pool, and cover yourself with mud from head to toe. All of these actions make sense at the mud festival in South Korea.The 21st Boryeong Mud Festival opened up in Daecheon beach, three hours (120 miles) away from…... Read More

London's high-flying Trump baby blimp may now be coming to New York City

(LONDON) -- The now world-famous Trump baby blimp, which floated over protests in London earlier this month, may soon be headed to Central Park -- if some U.S. anti-Trump activists get their way.The blimp, which depicts Trump as an angry orange baby holding a smartphone and wearing a diaper, captured…... Read More

Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in lockstep with Trump 'Rigged Witch Hunt!' tweet

(HELSINKI)-- President Donald Trump has already reached an agreement with one top Russian government official, who appears to be in lockstep with the U.S. leader, at least on Twitter, over his assessment of White House-Kremlin relations.Just hours before his first formal faceoff with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Trump tweeted, "Our…... Read More

'Superman' doctor who cared for soccer team in Thai cave reunites with boys in hospital

(CHIANG RAI, Thailand) -- The "Superman" army doctor who took care of 12 boys and their soccer coach while they were trapped in a Thai cave shared a glimpse of their emotional reunion in the hospital Monday.Dr. Pak Loharnshoon of the Royal Thai Army -- who stayed with the boys…... Read More

European official calls Trump's 'foe' comment 'fake news'

(NEW YORK) -- Senior European officials tell ABC News they're starting to see President Donald Trump as separate from the United States, and are instead focusing on the long history of partnership between the U.S. and Europe rather than his words, after he called the European Union a "foe" in…... Read More

Girls robotics team says it won't be cowed by ISIS threats: 'We won't surrender!'

(HERAT, Afghanistan) -- High school students in Afghanistan have spoken out against Taliban and ISIS insurgents who have threatened and targeted girl’s education in the country.ABC News was given rare access to a school in the western city of Herat. More than 6,000 students attend the all-girls school, including members…... Read More

Dozens of passengers hospitalized after Ryanair flight plummets almost 30,000 feet

(DUBLIN) -- Over 30 passengers were hospitalized, with some complaining about bleeding from their ears, after a Ryanair flight plummeted 28,000 feet in less than 10 minutes on Friday, according to authorities and flight tracking software.“I can safely say it was the most terrifying thing I ever experienced,” passenger Roxanne…... Read More