Libyan Civil War News
China, Tunisia call for new efforts to stabilize Libya
The foreign ministers of China and Tunisia are calling for new efforts to reach a negotiated peace in Libya and prevent the unstable North African nation from becoming a humanitarian disaster on a level with Syria
Today in History
Today in History Today is Monday, July 24, the 205th day of 2017. There are 160 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On July 24, 1567, Mary, Queen of Scots was forced to abdicate by Scottish nobles in favor of her infant son James, who became King of Scotland at the age of one. On
War -torn South Sudan at grave risk on climate change
'Desperate people are destroying the environment:' South Sudan at grave risk on climate change
Ian Pannell Official Biography
Ian Pannell is a senior foreign correspondent for ABC News stationed in the London Bureau. His work can be seen during ABC News special reports and on coverage of international stories. Prior to joining ABC, Pannell worked at the BBC for 20 years covering some of the most astonishing, compelling
After Otto Warmbier’s death, what are Trump’s options for responding to North Korea?
As his body is laid to rest in his Ohio hometown, the shock of Otto Warmbier ’s death is now giving way to anger -- and the Trump administration is actively weighing how to respond. “It's a total disgrace what happened to Otto," President Trump has said. "That should never, ever be allowed to
Police investigating 'network' behind Manchester attack
ABC News' Terry Moran and Molly Hunter report on the latest details of the Manchester bombing.
Breaking down the new trailer for 'Thor: Ragnarok'
FiveThirtyEight's Walt Hickey and ABC News' Michael Rothman dive into the characters and settings revealed in the newest "Thor" trailer.
Trump's directive on offensive airstrikes in Somalia could fuel terrorism recruitment, experts warn
U.S. President Donald Trump ’s directive this week declaring parts of Somalia a war zone, potentially setting the stage for an escalated military campaign against Islamic militants there while increasing the risk of civilian casualties, could fuel terrorist recruitment in the impoverished country,