2 Canadians Killed in Mexican Caribbean Beach Resort
2 Canadians Killed in Mexican Caribbean Beach Resort

MEXICO CITY—Two Canadian citizens, a man and a woman, have been killed at the beach resort of Playa del Carmen on Mexico’s Caribbean coast, authorities said on Tuesday.

Israel to Dissolve Parliament, Call 5th Election in 3 Years
Israel to Dissolve Parliament, Call 5th Election in 3 Years

Israel’s Prime Minister Naftali Bennett and Israel’s foreign minister agreed to submit a bill to dissolve Parliament, according to an announcement Monday, coming weeks ahead of President Joe Biden’s visit to the country.

Man Killed in Floods in Turkey’s Capital
Man Killed in Floods in Turkey’s Capital

ISTANBUL—Heavy rainfall in Turkey’s capital on Saturday led to flooding that killed one person, authorities said.

France Commits to Rebuilding Relationship With Australia After Failed Submarine Deal
France Commits to Rebuilding Relationship With Australia After Failed Submarine Deal

France’s defense minister said Saturday that the country aimed to rebuild its relationship with Australia, following a failed submarine deal that led to a breakdown of relations between the two countries.

US, South Korea Fly 20 Fighter Jets in Show of Force Amid North Korea Nuclear Tensions
US, South Korea Fly 20 Fighter Jets in Show of Force Amid North Korea Nuclear Tensions

The United States and South Korea performed a combined air power demonstration over the Asian country’s western sea early on Tuesday to display their combat readiness to North Korea.

Israel Confirms First Monkeypox Case
Israel Confirms First Monkeypox Case

JERUSALEM—Israel on Saturday reported its first confirmed case of monkeypox, which officials expected would be contained.

Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge Opens in Czech Resort
Longest Pedestrian Suspension Bridge Opens in Czech Resort

DOLNI MORAVA, Czech Republic—A pedestrian suspension bridge that is the longest such construction in the world has opened at a mountain resort in the Czech Republic.