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U.S. not open for Kurdish oil, Baghdad says

U.S. not open for Kurdish oil, Baghdad says

The Iraqi Oil Ministry published a letter Tuesday saying the U.S. market is far from a legal destination for oil taken from the Kurdish north.
Daniel J. Graeber
Human testing approved for experimental Ebola vaccine, trials to start in September

Human testing approved for experimental Ebola vaccine, trials to start in September

Healthy volunteers from around the world will willingly infect themselves with the Ebola virus as human trials are set to begin for a potential vaccine.
Matt Bradwell
Jay Z and Beyoncé snuggle up at Made in America festival

Jay Z and Beyoncé snuggle up at Made in America festival

Jay Z and Beyoncé were all smiles as they snuggled up at the 2014 Budweiser Made in America music festival on Sunday.
Annie Martin
Alicia Keys talks new Givenchy perfume 'Dahlia Divin'

Alicia Keys talks new Givenchy perfume 'Dahlia Divin'

Alicia Keys opened up about scents while discussing her new campaign as the face of Givenchy's Dahlia Divin fragrance with Hello magazine.
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Madeleine McCann report finds authorities hindered investigation

Madeleine McCann report finds authorities hindered investigation

Competing police efforts in the early days of the search for missing British girl Madeleine McCann permanently hindered the inquiry.
Gabrielle Levy
New EU sanctions against Russia planned for Friday

New EU sanctions against Russia planned for Friday

The European Union will decide Friday on new sanctions against Russia, the group's next foreign policy chief announced Tuesday.
Ed Adamczyk
Bronx man dies by self-decapitation

Bronx man dies by self-decapitation

Bronx resident Tomas Rivera, 51, died by self-decapitation Monday in a "gruesome" suicide.
Aileen Graef
David Cameron: seize passports of Islamic State militants

David Cameron: seize passports of Islamic State militants

British Prime Minister David Cameron outlined plans to combat Islamic militants, about 500 of whom are from Britain, as they return home.
Ed Adamczyk
Sarah Silverman shares empowering message for Joan Rivers: 'You're being ridiculous'

Sarah Silverman shares empowering message for Joan Rivers: 'You're being ridiculous'

Sarah Silverman payed respects to ailing "Fashion Police" host Joan Rivers the only way she knows how -- with a joke.
Veronica Linares
Apple in talks to launch iPhone wallet

Apple in talks to launch iPhone wallet

Apple is in talks with Visa, MasterCard and American Express to launch the iPhone mobile wallet, a feature expected to be announced along with the iPhone 6.
Aileen Graef
Over 30 jailed teens excape from Nashville detention center

Over 30 jailed teens excape from Nashville detention center

Police in Nashville are combing the area after 32 underage offenders escaped from a juvenile detention center late Monday night.
Matt Bradwell
Russia to revise military doctrine, responding to NATO

Russia to revise military doctrine, responding to NATO

Russia will revise its military doctrine to counter the expected deployment of 4,000 rapid-reaction NATO forces in Eastern Europe.
Ed Adamczyk
FBI involved in Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton nude photo leaks

FBI involved in Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Upton nude photo leaks

A document containing multiple nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrities leaked on 4chan Sunday, prompting an uproar in the Internet community.
Veronica Linares
Statoil restarts Algerian gas work after terror attack

Statoil restarts Algerian gas work after terror attack

Norwegian energy company Statoil said it was ready to return to work in Algeria more than a year after terrorists stormed a gas facility there.
Daniel J. Graeber
U.S. drone strikes in Somalia

U.S. drone strikes in Somalia

U.S. military forces launched strikes, including the use of a drone, against al-Shabaab militants in Somalia Monday.
Ed Adamczyk
Frankfurt court bans Uber in Germany

Frankfurt court bans Uber in Germany

A court in Frankfurt has temporarily banned ride-sharing service Uber from operating in Germany, said a ruling made public Tuesday.
Aileen Graef
Statoil cleared to move controversial rig

Statoil cleared to move controversial rig

Norwegian energy company Statoil needs to wait to start drilling for oil in the Barents Sea in order to vet appeals, a state energy regulator said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Families of Islamic State victims attack Iraqi parliament

Families of Islamic State victims attack Iraqi parliament

Families of Iraqi military personnel involved in a June attack by the Islamic State stormed Baghdad's Parliament building in protest Tuesday.
Ed Adamczyk
Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt unveil first photos from their wedding

Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt unveil first photos from their wedding

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt shared photos and a few details from their August 23 nuptials in the new issues of People and Hello magazine.
Veronica Linares
Gazprom Neft exporting new Iraqi oil

Gazprom Neft exporting new Iraqi oil

Russian energy company Gazprom Neft said oil from the Badra field in southern Iraq is making its way to the Persian Gulf for exports.
Daniel J. Graeber
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