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Ebola fears: Senegal closes border with Guinea

Ebola fears: Senegal closes border with Guinea

Senegal closes border with Guinea and bans ships and planes from Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia due to fears of Ebola.
Danielle Haynes
Ahmed Davutoglu nominated as Turkey's new prime minister

Ahmed Davutoglu nominated as Turkey's new prime minister

On Thursday, Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) nominated Ahmed Davutoglu to be the new prime minister.
JC Finley
Brooklyn Bridge flags returned to U.S. Embassy in Berlin

Brooklyn Bridge flags returned to U.S. Embassy in Berlin

German artists return American flags they removed from Brooklyn Bridge to U.S. embassy in Berlin.
Danielle Haynes
WHO: Extent of Ebola outbreak has been 'underestimated'

WHO: Extent of Ebola outbreak has been 'underestimated'

As the death toll from the Ebola outbreak in West Africa nears 1,500, the World Health Organization said Friday that its "magnitude... has been underestimated."
JC Finley
Amish girls allegedly lured by captors with puppy

Amish girls allegedly lured by captors with puppy

Alleged abductors lured kidnapped Amish girls to care with puppy, investigators say.
Danielle Haynes
U.S. files formal complaint with China after 'dangerous' fighter jet incident

U.S. files formal complaint with China after 'dangerous' fighter jet incident

The Pentagon acknowledged a Chinese fighter jet performed "dangerous" maneuvers in close proximity to a U.S. military aircraft, prompting a formal complaint.
JC Finley
Rick Perry's lawyer seeks dismissal of corruption charges

Rick Perry's lawyer seeks dismissal of corruption charges

Lawyers for Rick Perry announced plans to seek the dismissal of criminal corruption charges filed against the Texas governor one week ago.
JC Sevcik
Remembering Schwarzkopf and Operation Desert Storm

Remembering Schwarzkopf and Operation Desert Storm

Friday marks the birthday of Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf (1932-2012), leader of the U.S. Central Command and planner of Operation Desert Storm.
Ed Adamczyk

Navy, Purdue in tech commercialization partnership

The Purdue Research Foundation is adding U.S. Navy intellectual property to its eList of intellectual property available for commercialization.
Richard Tomkins
White House threatens 'additional consequences' following Russia's incursion into Ukraine

White House threatens 'additional consequences' following Russia's incursion into Ukraine

The White House warned Friday that Russia's movement of 130 vehicles into eastern Ukraine violated international law and would incur "additional consequences."
JC Finley
Panda Bao Bao celebrates first birthday

Panda Bao Bao celebrates first birthday

Panda cub Bao Bao is turning 1 year old on Saturday, marking a year of adoration at the Smithsonian National Zoo.
Aileen Graef
Venezuela announces mandatory finger printing at supermarkets

Venezuela announces mandatory finger printing at supermarkets

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced the installation of mandatory fingerprinting at supermarkets in order to curtail hoarding and smuggling.
JC Finley
Pentagon releases video of U.S. air strikes against IS

Pentagon releases video of U.S. air strikes against IS

The Pentagon reported Iraqi forces are making progress in their fight against the Islamic State (IS) and released a video showing U.S. air strike assistance.
Aileen Graef
San Bernardino police officer critically wounded; suspect dead

San Bernardino police officer critically wounded; suspect dead

A trainee police officer in San Bernardino, Calif., killed the man who critically wounded his partner early Friday, officials said.
Frances Burns
Ten years later: Where's 'The Scream'?

Ten years later: Where's 'The Scream'?

Edvard Munch's iconic painting "The Scream" was the subject of a notorious art theft on Aug. 22, 2004.
Ed Adamczyk
Two tourist buses collide near resort in Egypt; 38 dead

Two tourist buses collide near resort in Egypt; 38 dead

Two tourist buses collided Friday morning in Egypt's South Sinai near the resort area of Sharm El-Sheikh, killing 38 passengers and injuring 41 others.
JC Finley
Oklahoma City police officer charged with on-duty rapes

Oklahoma City police officer charged with on-duty rapes

An Oklahoma City police officer has been charged with sexually assaulting at least six women after threatening them with arrest.
Frances Burns
Military training aircraft delivered to Mexico

Military training aircraft delivered to Mexico

Mexico has received military aircraft ordered from Beechcraft earlier this year.
Richard J. Tomkins
Congressional staffers get blocked from editing Wikipedia

Congressional staffers get blocked from editing Wikipedia

People using congressional Internet protocol (IP) addresses have been blocked from editing Wikipedia due to "transphobic" edits.
Aileen Graef
NATO: Russian aid convoy incursion into Ukraine coincides with 'major' military escalation

NATO: Russian aid convoy incursion into Ukraine coincides with 'major' military escalation

The Russian aid convoy's incursion into Ukraine shows a "disregard of international humanitarian principles," said NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen.
JC Finley
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