Fox News (International News)

• Amnesty International won't comply with Hungary NGO law
Amnesty International has joined a boycott of new, mandatory reporting rules for foreign-funded civic groups in Hungary.

• Kissinger: Chaos in the west could give boost to Russia
Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger on Tuesday warned of Russia's simmering alienation from its western neighbors but said he believed that President Vladimir Putin will ultimately work toward cooperative relationships with countries on its borders.

• British leader seeks fire inquiry; German building evacuated
British police have formally identified a 5-year-old boy as a victim in London's Grenfell Tower fire tragedy.

• Mali bishop pledges to make cardinal's ceremony amid scandal
An ailing Mali archbishop facing allegations of financial impropriety has assured the Vatican he plans to show up at St. Peter's Basilica to be made a cardinal by Pope Francis.

• Colombia takes big step to peace as rebels lay down guns
Guerrillas from Colombia's largest rebel army no longer carry their guns along the road miles from the nearest city, a byway with mud so deep that even earth-moving equipment are paralyzed when it rains.

• Road bomb in Kenya's Lamu County kills 8, including 4 kids
A senior Kenyan police official says four policemen and four children were killed when a lorry they were traveling in ran over an improvised bomb in Kenya's southern coastal area.

• FIFA publishes Garcia report on 2018-2022 World Cup bidding
A big mystery in the recent era of corruption linked to FIFA is being revealed this week.

• Israel and Hamas in advanced talks over prisoner swap, report says
Israel and Hamas are ramping up talks on the release of Israeli nationals held hostage in the Gaza Strip by the militant group.

• The Latest: Syria rebels say new chemical attack possible
The Latest on the White House saying it has "potential" evidence that Syria's government is preparing another chemical weapons attack (all times local): 5 p.m.

• German city evacuates apartment block over insulation worry
A western German city decided Tuesday to evacuate an 11-story apartment block because of concerns over exterior insulation similar to that of London's Grenfell Tower.

• UN: Colombia disarmament process for individual arms ends
The United Nations says it has concluded the disarmament process for individual arms as part of a peace deal between Colombia's leftist rebels and the government.

• IS counterattacks in retaken parts of Mosul stall Iraq push
An Iraqi officer says counterattacks by Islamic State militants on the western edge of Mosul have stalled Iraqi forces' push in the Old City — the last IS stronghold in the city.

• At least 13 killed in violence in southeast Turkey
Turkey's military says 10 Kurdish militants have been killed in aerial operation in southeast Turkey.

• France's new lawmakers open first parliament session
France's newly elected lawmakers, most of them from President Emmanuel Macron's centrist party, are attending their first parliament session.

• Russia: Jury out to deliberate slaying of opposition leader
A jury is expected to begin deliberating in the trial of five men accused of involvement in the murder of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov.

• UN chief: Seize the chance for Cyprus peace deal at summit
A United Nations envoy says Cyprus' rival leaders have to step up, take responsibility and make the best of a peace summit aiming at a breakthrough deal reunifying the ethnically divided island.

• Kremlin dismisses US warning of chemical attack in Syria
A senior Russian lawmaker has dismissed the United States' warning about a potential chemical weapons attack in Syria as "provocation."

• The Latest: UN: 8,900 Mediterranean rescues since Saturday
The Latest on Europe's response to the large numbers of migrants and refugees trying to reach the continent (all times local): 5:15 p.m. Italian authorities in Sicily have detained a 23-year-old man for alleged torture of migrants awaiting passage in Libya on smugglers' boats to Italy.

• Scottish leader puts second independence referendum on hold
Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is set to outline her position on holding a second independence referendum at the Scottish Parliament later Tuesday.

• Dutch government partially liable in 300 Srebrenica deaths
A Dutch appeals court has ruled that the government was partially liable in the deaths of some 300 Muslim men murdered by Bosnian Serb forces in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre.

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