A top U.S. Navy admiral on Monday called for an extensive investigation into the recent collisions of two U.S. warships in the Pacific, including a review into the possibility of “cyber intrusion or sabotage.”
All terror suspects identified as part of the 12-person extremist cell responsible for coordinating the deadly Spain attacks last week, including a former imam, are either dead or under arrest, authorities said.
The Latest on Europe's migrant crisis (all times local): 7:30 p.m. Greek authorities say they have found 53 refugees and migrants — including 24 minors — walking along a northern highway after a smuggler dumped them on the roadside.
One of Cambodia's two English-language daily newspapers said Monday it will continue to publish in the face of a reported deadline by tax officials to pay more than $6 million in taxes or get shut down.
Using its typical brand of belligerent bluster, North Korea on Sunday warned Australia the nation would be committing a "suicidal act of inviting disaster" by aligning with American forces, which kicked off their annual military drills with South Korean forces on Monday.
A Chinese newspaper on Monday castigated the U.S. Navy for being more of a "dangerous obstacle" than a protective force while sailing through Asia-Pacific waters -- the written rebuke coming as the Navy chief ordered a wide investigation of the Pacific Fleet following two recent collisions that left at least seven sailors dead.