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A man blasted his way into a Baptist church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, with an assault-type rifle, leaving at least 26 dead and 20 others injured. The gunman fled in a vehicle and died following a pursuit.

A roundup of princes, ministers and businessmen in Saudi Arabia sharply escalates the crown prince's bid to consolidate power and accelerate change.

The arrest of Prince al-Waleed hobbles the billionaire investor, who has backed some of the world's best-known companies.

Prince Mansour, who was the former Saudi crown prince's son, and a number of government officials were reported killed in a helicopter crash.

Commerce's Ross failed to disclose business connections to Putin's family and inner circle on a personal financial-disclosure form.

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Trump, in Tokyo during the first leg of his Asia trip, increased pressure on Japan for a bilateral trade agreement.

A Belgian judge ordered the conditional release of ousted Catalan leader Puigdemont and four ex-officials sought by Spain.

Virginia's gubernatorial election Tuesday could give Democrats a needed victory or deliver a demoralizing defeat.

A center-right coalition appeared to have edged out the antiestablishment 5 Star Movement in regional elections in Sicily.

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November 06, 2017 02:47 ET (07:47 GMT)