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800 attend immigration reform rally

More than 800 immigrants attended a Boston rally held as part of the "Power Up for Citizenship" campaign for immigration reform, officials said.
U.S. diplomat among Afghan bomb victims

U.S. diplomat among Afghan bomb victims

A 25-year old diplomat was among five Americans killed this weekend in a suicide bombing in Afghanistan, the U.S. State Department confirmed.

3 New Hampshire students sustain burns

Three University of New Hampshire students were badly burned when a hot water pipe burst in a dormitory, officials at the school said.

Anonymous hacks Israeli sites

A number of Israeli websites were taken over Sunday by anti-Israel hackers, officials said. In retaliation, Israeli hackers broke into anti-Israel websites.

7 students arrested for killing freshman

Police said they have arrested seven students for the killing of an engineering student in Namakkal, India.

Kerry: Diplomat death a 'contradiction'

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday the death of a U.S. diplomat in Afghanistan was "a confrontation with ... everything our country stands for."

Robbers grab $204,000 in slot parlor heist

Two robbers in Japan slashed a slot parlor employee with a knife and then grabbed a bag containing $204,000, police said.

Street clashes in Egypt subside

Overnight street violence marked the anniversary of a historic strike in Egypt and left more than 40 people injured, the government said.

Man allegedly cut up wife's dead body

Police said a veterinarian in Spain has been arrested for allegedly cutting his wife's dead body into pieces and incinerating her.

Two dozen dead in Nigerian violence

Attacks throughout Nigeria over the weekend left at least two dozen people dead and 12 police officers missing and feared dead, officials said.

Syrian rebels tally 825 civilians killed

The civilian death toll in last week's fighting in Syria topped 800, rebel officials said Saturday.

Israel arrests Temple Mount suspects

Israel said Sunday it had cracked a reputed terrorist ring responsible for a recent firebombing on the Temple Mount.

Anti-Semitic incidents up by 30 percent

Instances of anti-Semitic violence and vandalism increased by 30 percent worldwide in 2012, an annual report in Israel found.

Police identify abandoned 4-year-old

Police said they arrested the parents of a 4-year-old girl who was left abandoned on the front porch of a South Carolina home.

Probe launched into China coal mine blasts

An investigation will be conducted into the causes of two recent explosions at a coal mine in northeast China, officials said.

Germany investigating Auschwitz guards

German authorities say they are seeking 50 former guards of the Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp where more than 1 million Jews died during World War II.

Five injured in SoCal plane crash

A pilot reported engine trouble shortly before his private plane landed upside down in California's Big Bear Lake, officials said.
North Korea may soon launch missile

North Korea may soon launch missile

South Korean officials Sunday warned that North Korea could test launch a missile as soon as this week.
Facebook bets the farm on Facebook Home as its mobile future

Facebook bets the farm on Facebook Home as its mobile future

"Facebook Home" for Android phones, creating an "all Facebook all the time" home screen, can be seen as an "all in" bet by the social networking company, pushing its stack of chips from the desktop computing arena to where it sees its future -- mobile.
JIM ALGAR, United Press International
The Issue: Same-sex marriage support more vocal, more widespread

The Issue: Same-sex marriage support more vocal, more widespread

Same-sex marriage is garnering new-found, or at least more publicized, acceptance across the United States, cutting across political and philosophical lines as the idea of two people of the same sex in a committed relationship isn't as off-putting as it was, say, a year ago.
NICOLE DEBEVEC, United Press International
The Issue: Unemployment falls, but not because more people are working

The Issue: Unemployment falls, but not because more people are working

Riddle me this: When is a drop in the U.S. unemployment rate not good news?
MARCELLA KREITER, United Press International
FBI handcuffed in war on terror?

FBI handcuffed in war on terror?

A ruling last month by a federal judge in San Francisco for the moment has removed one of the FBI's most effective tools against terrorism, or upheld the Constitution's protections against unchecked government power, depending on your point of view.
MICHAEL KIRKLAND, UPI Senior Legal Affairs Correspondent

4 rescued from submerged car in N.J.

Two Good Samaritans and a New Jersey state trooper are being credited with acting quickly to save four people whose car overturned in a retention pond.

Body found in burning SUV in Philadelphia

A body was found in a burning crossover sport utility vehicle in Philadelphia Saturday, police said.

Grandma, grandson charged in slaying

A Chicago teenager allegedly conspired with his grandmother to kill his grandfather, who was found shot to death last month, prosecutors said Saturday.
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