Two Republican senators proposed steps to slash the number of legal immigrants admitted into the United States by half on Tuesday, but the legislation, developed with the Trump administration, faces an uphill climb to get through Congress.

JAKARTA, Indonesia, Feb 10: Twelve people including young children were killed in landslides on the tourist island of Bali that wiped out several homes, Indonesia's disaster mitigation agency said Friday.

LONDON, Feb 9:  Four men convicted of grooming girls for sex in a case that fueled racial tensions in Britain are facing deportation to Pakistan after a judge upheld a government decision to strip them of British citizenship.

A ward boy at a private hospital in India allegedly broke a leg of a three-day-old boy for crying incessantly.

China has invited British Prime Minister Theresa May to attend a major summit in May on its “One Belt, One Road” initiative to build a new Silk Road, diplomatic sources told a foreign news agency, as London said she would visit China this year.

BOGOTA, Colombia, Feb 7:  A shallow, 5.6-magnitude earthquake rattled residents of Colombia's largest city on Monday, leading office workers to evacuate buildings and forcing the city's airport to temporarily close.

PHILADELPHIA, Feb 7:  Police say a naked man stole a taxi and recklessly drove through a crowded park in a posh section of Philadelphia.

BAKERSFIELD, Calif., Feb 7: A California doctor removed a 130-pound tumor from a Mississippi man who had been told by other physicians that he was just fat.

Saudi Arabia has celebrated its own Women’s Day, a first for the ultra-conservative Islamic kingdom, The Independent reported.

ANKARA, Turkey, Feb 6: Turkey's seismology center says a 5.3-magnitude earthquake, centered beneath the Aegean sea, shook the Turkish coast. The state-run news agency said the quake damaged a number of houses in five villages and at least four people were injured.