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Mexico Drops Out of Donald Trump's Miss Universe Pageant

Fallout from Trump's remarks about immigrants continued Tuesday as Mexico announced it won't be sending a contestant to the Miss Universe contest.

Hekmati family to Iran: Please Free Amir

The family of Amir Hekmati, a former U.S. Marine who has been imprisoned in Iran since 2011, is pleading with the Iranian government for his release this week as leaders from that country meet with negotiators in Vienna to discuss an agreement on Iran's nuclear program.

Mexico Drops Out Trump's Miss Universe Pageant

Fallout from Donald Trump's remarks about immigrants from Mexico continued Tuesday as a TV company backed by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim said it was scrapping a project in development with the outspoken mogul and Mexico announced it won't be sending a contestant to the Miss Universe contest.

Caught On Camera: Flash Flood Wall Collapse

Chinese factory owner gets a shock whilst being interviewed, when a flash flood tears down a wall yards from where he is standing.

Obama Prepared to 'Walk Away' From Iran Talks

President Obama tells reporters Tuesday that he is prepared to "walk away" from nuclear negotiations with Iran in order to avoid a "bad deal."

Brazil's Rousseff Says U.S. Spying Scandal Is Behind Her

Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff is asked about documents leaked by former NSA worker Edward Snowden that apparently showed Rousseff's personal phone calls and emails had been spied on by the U.S.

Holy Kitsch: Pope Francis Visit Spawns Souvenirs

More than a million people are expected to converge on Philadelphia this fall to see Pope Francis — but if you can't make the trip, don't fret. For just $20, you can have the pontiff over for dinner.

Military Plane Crashes in Indonesia Neighborhood

A C-130B Hercules military transport plane, built in 1964, plunged into a built-up residential area shortly after take-off in northern Indonesia.

Cuba Stops Mother-to-Child HIV Transmission

Cuba is the first country in the world to stop the transmission of the AIDS virus from mothers to their babies, the WHO says.

Military Plane Crashes Into Hotel; At Least 110 Killed

More than 110 people were killed after a military plane crashed in Indonesia on Tuesday, a senior official said.

Major Powers, Iran Agree to Extend Nuclear Talks Until July 7

Negotiators from the U.S. and five other world powers working to craft framework of a deal with Iran have agreed to extend talks to July.

The Great Wall of China Is Nearly 1/3 Gone

Vandalism and exposure to the elements has destroyed around 30 percent of the Great Wall of China, according to Chinese state-run media.

Security Exercise on London Streets Prepares for Terror Attack

First responders and security forces engaged in Exercise Strong Tower outside a disused tube station in London, England. ITV News' Rohit Kachroo reports from the scene.

See the Pope's Itinerary for U.S. Visit This Fall

Pope Francis will stop at the 9/11 Memorial, celebrate Mass at Madison Square Garden and visit a Philadelphia prison.

Traveling to Greece? Great Prices, Big Problems

Many U.S. tourists are carrying extra cash in case the ATMs in Athens run dry.

Ebola Returns to Liberia

Liberia, which had been Ebola-free for more than a month, reported a new case of the virus Tuesday.

Afghans Battle Extremists from 10 Countries: President

Extremists hailing from nearly a dozen countries are fighting in Afghanistan, according to Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.

I Don't Remember Beheading Boss, Alleged Attacker Says

The French prosecutor has requested preliminary terrorism charges to be filed against Salhi and has opened a formal terrorism investigation.

WATCH: What Happens When Local Train Fails to Stop

Conductor failed to apply brakes as train pulled into station in Mumbai, India. Fortunately, no one was seriously injured.

7 Things You Need to Know About the Greek Crisis

With Greece nearly certain to default on a 1.6-billion-euro bond payment due Tuesday, the long-feared prospect of Hellenic financial chaos is here.

'Fifty Shades' Author Endures Painful Twitter Q&A

Fifty Shades of Grey author EL James endured some pain of her own when Twitter users took advantage of a Q&A to make fun of her erotic fiction.

Army Burned Girls Alive in World's Newest Nation: U.N.

"Some of the most disturbing allegations... focused on the abduction and sexual abuse of women and girls, some of whom were reportedly burnt alive in their dwellings."

Inmates Riot Hours Before Smoking Ban Kicks In

Teams of heavily-armed police were sent to quell a riot that broke out at a maximum-security prison near the Australian city of Melbourne.

Prison Riot on Eve of Smoking Ban Forces Staff Evacuation

Teams of heavily-armed police were sent to quell a riot at the Metropolitan Remand Center near Melbourne, Australia.

Pope Inc.: Francis' U.S. Visit Spawns Souvenirs

More than a million people are expected to converge on Philadelphia this fall to see Pope Francis — but if you can't make the trip, don't fret. For just $20, you can have the pontiff over for dinner.

Bomber Launches 'Barbaric Attack' on NATO Convoy

A car bomb struck a NATO military convoy in central Kabul on Tuesday, according to the country's interior ministry.

'World First': Orphaned Kangaroo Raised by Wallaby

An orphaned infant tree kangaroo has been saved by using a wallaby as a surrogate mother in what an Australian zoo says is a world first.

Kabul Suicide Bomber Targets Foreign Military Convoy

Suicide car bomb attacked a foreign military convoy in central Kabul. Casualties have been reported.

Air Force Transport Plane Crashes Into Residential Neighborhood

Dozens feared dead after an Indonesia's military transport plane crashed into a residential area of Medan, the country's third-largest city.

Two Dead After Man Sets Himself Ablaze on Bullet Train

Kanagawa Prefecture Police confirmed to NBC News that in addition to the self-immolation, a female passenger died after suffering cardiac arrest.


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