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One family's struggle to conserve water in dire Cape Town drought

(CAPE TOWN, South Africa) --  Living sustainably borders almost on an obsession for the James family.

They grow much of their own food, only use organic products, keep chickens and have long used the many natural springs around Cape Town ... Read More

Airstrikes pound Damascus suburb for fourth day, leaving more than 300 civilians dead

(NEW YORK) -- Pro-government forces pounded rebel-held Eastern Ghouta for the fourth day in a row Wednesday, killing at least 38 civilians, including four children, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a U.K.-based monitoring group said.

S... Read More

Secret meeting between Pence, North Koreans scrapped at last minute, official says

(PYEONGCHANG, South Korea) -- A secret meeting planned between Vice President Mike Pence and North Korean officials at the Olympics was scrapped at the last minute, an official in Pence's office has confirmed to ABC News.

An account of the... Read More

North Korea now blasting choral, folk music at demilitarized zone, not propaganda

(PYONGYANG, North Korea) -- North Korea has changed its tune -- at least along the DMZ, or Korean Demilitarized Zone, a two-and-a-half-mile-wide buffer of landmines and booby traps that separates it from South Korea.

For years, giant speak... Read More

Queen Elizabeth II sits next to Anna Wintour at London Fashion Week show

(LONDON) -- British royalty rubbed shoulders with fashion royalty Tuesday at London Fashion Week.

Queen Elizabeth II made her first ever appearance at London Fashion Week and Read More

Airstrikes pound rebel-held Damascus suburb, leaving more than 200 dead

(NEW YORK) -- The Syrian government and its allied forces pounded a besieged rebel-held Damascus suburb on Tuesday, killing dozens of civilians -- the enclave’s deadliest day in three years.

Airstrikes and shelling have killed at lea... Read More

Man who says he was a Russian 'troll' arrested after going public

(MOSCOW) -- Russian police have reportedly arrested a man who has claimed to be a worker at a so-called troll factory in St. Petersburg, Russia, hours after he gave interviews to foreign journalists and lifted the lid on a secretive organization the ... Read More

Iranian rescuers still looking for wreckage of plane crash that killed 66 people

(TEHRAN, Iran) -- Time is ticking as Iranian rescue teams search the Zagros Mountains trying to locate the wreckage of a missing Aseman Airliner that crashed there on Sunday morning with 66 people on board.

The missing plane was an ATR 72-... Read More

Villages covered in ash after volcano erupts in Indonesia

(KARO, Indonesia) --  A volcano on Indonesia’s Sumatra island sent columns of ash shooting into the sky on Monday, prompting a "code red" warning to airlines by an Australian agency monitoring volcanic ash.

Villages in the Karo ... Read More

Inside Lesbos' Moria camp, home to thousands of trapped refugees and migrants

(LESBOS, Greece) --  In her temporary home, a fraction of a tent, Aziza Hommada holds up a transparent plastic bag with pita bread. The plastic has little holes in it and the bread is in pieces.

“Look,” she says. “Th... Read More

Princess Kate steps out in green at the British Academy Film Awards

(LONDON) -- Princess Kate arrived at the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) tonight with Prince William in a dark green Jenny Packham gown, as the majority of other women on the red carpet chose to wear black in solidarity with the fight against sex... Read More

Three billboards in London ask hard questions about Grenfell tower fire

(LONDON) -- Three large billboards pulled by vans snaked through the British capital Thursday afternoon. The words on the stark red backdrops read:

“71 dead.”

“And still no arrests?”

“How... Read More

As Rio Carnival ends, Brazil shifts its focus to historic presidential election

(RIO DE JANEIRO) -- Samba drums and hypnotic percussions, nonstop flow of positive lyrics about love and "Saudade" in the streets of Rio de Janeiro. Women, men and children wearing sparkly red shirts, fun headpieces dancing tirelessly.

"Bl... Read More

Celebrate Lunar New Year with Chinese crepes

(NEW YORK) -- It's officially the Year of the Dog, and we’ve fetched a doggone delicious recipe to help you celebrate.

In honor of China’s largest and most celebrated holiday, we teamed up with a New York City restaurateur to l... Read More