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Futures News - ABC News: International
From today, March 19, 2018
- Chemical weapons inspectors arrive in UK for tests on nerve agent
They will study the substance at the military research facility Porton Down.
- Scottish cardinal who recused himself from conclave dies
Cardinal Keith O'Brien recused himself amid a personal scandal.
- Philippine leader urges nations to exit international court
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is urging other governments to abandon the International Criminal Court, where he's facing a possible complaint for suspected extrajudicial killings under his anti-drug campaign
- Pope Francis condemns prostitution as torture
Pope Francis has asked forgiveness for all Christians who buy sex from women, telling a roomful of young people that frequenting prostitutes is a crime against humanity and the sign of a "sick mentality" that thinks that women exist to be exploited
- Pope tells 3 new bishops: no politicking, no high society
Pope Francis is cautioning bishops to avoid politicking, business and high society
- Putin, facing little opposition, wins Russian presidency again
Vladimir Putin, who won a fourth term, will remain in power until 2024.
- Turkey vows to widen offensive to eastern Syria, Iraq
Turkey's president has vowed to expand military operations across northern Syria and even into neighboring Iraq after his forces drove Kurdish fighters from the northern Syrian town of Afrin
- Videos show an assured Assad driving himself to Syria battle
Videos show Syrian President Bashar Assad driving himself to the front lines outside Damascus, where his forces are close to eliminating the last rebel stronghold near the capital.
- US probes 4 deaths in Hyundai-Kia cars when air bags failed
The U.S. government is investigating why air bags in some Hyundai and Kia cars failed to inflate in crashes, killing four people
- EU trade chief demands exemption from US steel tariffs
The European Union's top trade official says the entire 28-nation bloc should be excluded from President Donald Trump's new steel and trade tariffs, which enter force this week
- The Latest: Syria condemns Turkish capture of Afrin
Syria has condemned Turkey's capture of the northern Syrian town of Afrin from Kurdish forces
- WATCH: What Vladimir Putin's re-election means to Russia
ABC News' Terry Moran tours Moscow's Red Square in the wake of Putin's landslide victory.
- WATCH: Spring turns China into sea of flowers
Beautiful footage from a drone captures stunning sights of China in springtime, with cherry, apricot and azalea blossoms in full bloom.
- WATCH: Election day in Russia proves triumphant for Putin
Vladimir Putin won a fourth term as president; he denied any wrongdoing in the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter.
- WATCH: Russians head to the polls to vote, but Putin expected to easily remain in power
ABC News Chief Foreign Correspondent Terry Moran reports from Moscow on Sunday's Russian presidential election and diplomatic fallout with the U.K. and U.S.
- WATCH: Russian presidential election underway as tensions rise with UK, US
Vladimir Putin will almost certainly win a fourth term in office.
- WATCH: 16-year-old Amy Yu found in Mexico
Yu, who was last seen on a flight to Cancun with Kevin Esterley, a 45-year-old married man, has been found in Mexico.
- WATCH: Diplomatic tensions grow over former Russian spy and his daughter being poisoned
Sources say the Russian spy was acting incoherently in a London restaurant just before collapsing.
- WATCH: Skiers tossed from malfunctioning chairlift
At least 11 people were injured, including a pregnant woman from Sweden who is in serious condition.
- WATCH: Russia expelling British diplomats in retaliation for move made by UK
British officials are also now investigating if Nikolai Glushkov's death was a murder.
- WATCH: 11 people were injured on a broken ski lift in Eastern Europe
Early information suggests a cable stalled and came loose, causing the malfunction.
- WATCH: A fierce critic of Vladimir Putin was found dead in South London
Nikolai Glushov, a former top executive at Aeroflot, fled Russia and claimed asylum in Britain in 2004.
- WATCH: War Photographer spent 81 days in captivity in Syria
In April 2013, Jonathan Alpeyrie became one of the first western journalists to be captured by Syrian rebels.
- Spanish aid group fears migrant trafficking charges in Italy
The head of a Spanish aid group says he fears human trafficking charges may be brought against his staff after they refused to hand over a group of migrants to the Libyan coast guard in a tense high-seas standoff and took them to Italy
- EU reluctant to amend Iran nuclear pact, sees security risk
The European Union's foreign policy chief says the EU is reluctant to change the landmark nuclear agreement with Iran even as U.S. President Donald Trump threatens to walk away from the pact