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Added November 02, 2011 with 7 photos
Wikileaks founder Julian Assange lost his final appeal against extradition to Sweden on rape charges in London on Nov. 2, 2011.
Added November 01, 2011 with 8 photos
A 9-foot-tall, 900-pound bronze statue of President Ronald Reagan debuted at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport in Airlington, Virginia as part of the Reagan Centennial Celebration.
Added October 31, 2011 with 8 photos
Republican U.S. presidential hopeful Herman Cain said Monday he was "falsely accused" of sexually harassing two women while he led a trade organization.
Added October 27, 2011 with 12 photos
Israeli settlers prayed in protest of the planned demolition of the Givat Asaf settlement in the West Bank near Ramallah.
Added October 27, 2011 with 16 photos
Pope Benedict XVI will lead the 25th Interreligious talks, a "journey of reflection, dialogue and prayer for peace and justice in the world" held in St. Francis of Assisi's birthplace, with four leading atheist intellectuals taking part for the first time.
Added October 26, 2011 with 25 photos
Occupy Oakland protesters take down a link fence surrounding Frank H. Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, California on October 26, 2011. The city erected the fence to keep demonstrators from camping in the plaza after clearing out their encampment. Police moved in on the Occupy Oakland encampment overnight on Oct. 25, forcefully dispersing protesters with tear gas and allegedly, rubber bullets.
Added October 26, 2011 with 16 photos
Yemeni troops loyal to embattled President Ali Abdullah Saleh opened fire Tuesday at thousands of protesters calling for his ouster in the capital Sanaa, and Taiez City, killing 15.
Added October 26, 2011 with 12 photos
Tunisia's main Islamist party claimed today to have taken the biggest block of votes in historic free polls, as the cradle of the Arab Spring basked in praise for its democratic revolution. Official results were not due until October 25.
Added October 24, 2011 with 42 photos
Turkey accepted humanitarian aid from Israel despite strained relations as the death toll from the 7.2-magnitude earthquake rose to 523, officials said. Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the government would more strictly enforce building laws and demolish particularly weak buildings. Poor construction has been cited as a reason for the extent of the disaster.
Added October 23, 2011 with 10 photos
Voters in the North African country of Tunisia went to the polls Sunday in their first free and democratic election.
Added October 21, 2011 with 11 photos
A few dozen people showed up to demonstrate outside Fox Studios where News Corp. is holding its annual shareholders meeting. Murdoch is facing shareholders with small stakes in his company for the first time since a phone-hacking scandal broke in July.
Added October 21, 2011 with 16 photos
Added October 21, 2011 with 11 photos
Protesters outside a Vancouver, British Columbia, hotel where former U.S. President George W. Bush appeared Thursday demanded authorities arrest him.
Added October 20, 2011 with 17 photos
Following the death of former Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi in his hometown of Sirte on Oct. 20, 2011, Libyan National Transitional Council fighters celebrated in the streets of Tripoli.
Added October 18, 2011 with 14 photos
After five years in captivity by Hamas, Israeli soldier, Gilad Shalit is released in a swap for hundreds of Palestinian prisoners.
Added October 18, 2011 with 26 photos
Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners were released in a swap for captured Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit who has been held since 2006 in Gaza.
Added October 17, 2011 with 11 photos
Yemeni government forces clashed once again with opposition groups as they marched in the capital of Sanaa. The troops shot and killed 14 demonstrators in their attempt to block the protests against President Ali Abdullah Saleh.
Added October 17, 2011 with 13 photos
South Korean President Lee Myung-bak and U.S. President Barak Obama addressed workers at the General Motors Orion Assembly Plant in Orion Township, Michigan. Lee and Obama toured the plant while celebrating a U.S. trade agreement with South Korea that will open up economic opportunities and support jobs on both sides of the Pacific. UPI/John F. Martin/General Motors
Added October 17, 2011 with 17 photos
The Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial on the National Mall in Washington DC was dedicated on October 16, 2011. The ceremony for the slain civil rights leader had been postponed earlier in the summer because of Tropical Storm Irene.
Added October 16, 2011 with 10 photos
In New York, thousands of protesters marched to Times Square Saturday chanting, "We are the 99 percent," in reference to the income disparity between the wealthy and the working class.
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