• In this handout photo released by the Belgian Federal Police and placed on the social media site Twitter, a bowl of cat food with the name of the police force on Monday, Nov. 23, 2015. Late Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015 the Belgian Federal Police asked people to stop commenting on ongoing raids in social media to avoid tipping off suspects who could be checking their tweets for suspicious activities in their neighborhood. En masse, they did more than that. The hashtag #BrusselsLockdown suddenly shifted from serious to humorous, tweeting a flood of pictures of all-too-innocent cats in all kinds of situations. (Belgian Federal Police via AP)

    Facing highest threat alert, Belgians bring out their cats

    BRUSSELS (AP) — What police force would start playing along with a practical joke when the capital is facing its highest state of alert and its most-wanted fugitive is still on the run? Right! This is surreal Belgium.

  • Israeli emergency services evacuate the body of a Palestinian from the scene of an attack near the West Bank Gush Etzion settlements Sunday, Nov. 22, 2015. The Palestinian, armed with a knife,  killed a 21 year  old Israeli woman before he was shot and killed by Israeli soldiers. (AP Photo/Mahmoud Illean)

    Palestinian attacks kill Israeli woman, 3 attackers killed

    JERUSALEM (AP) — A young Israeli woman was stabbed to death by a Palestinian who was among three assailants to be shot dead following separate attacks Sunday, Israeli security forces said, with the latest flare-up of violence coming ahead of a visit to the region by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

  • Texas man dies after single vehicle crash in New Mexico

    HOBBS, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico State Police say a Texas man is dead after his pickup truck overturned.

  • In this photo provided by New Zealand Police, the wreckage of a helicopter carrying tourists is seen crashed in a crevasse on Fox Glacier, a scenic glacier in South Island, New Zealand, Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015. All seven people, one pilot and six tourists, aboard the helicopter are believed to have been killed, police said. The wreckage was located in the glacier but difficult terrain made it difficult for rescuers to reach it, police said in a statement. (New Zealand Police via AP) MANDATORY CREDIT

    7 believed dead in New Zealand tourist helicopter crash

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Four tourists from Britain and two from Australia are among seven people who died when a helicopter crashed on a scenic New Zealand glacier, police said.