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Young veterans angered by budget proposal that would trim pensions

Young military veterans said they are angered by a budget proposal that would trim their pension benefits.

65 arrested following attack on emergency officials in Veen

Netherlands police said they have arrested 65 people after a youth gang threw bottles and fireworks at fire engines and police cars in the village of Veen.

N.Y. assemblyman sanctioned for making sexual comments to staff

New York Assemblyman Micah Kellner has been sanctioned after an investigation determined he sexually harassed staff members, state officials said.

Two killed, eight injured during violent protests in Afghanistan

Two people were killed and eight others were injured during violent protests in the northern Samangan province of Afghanistan, police said Tuesday.

2 more babies die after receiving hepatitis B vaccination in China

Two more newborns died following hepatitis B vaccinations in China, health officials said Tuesday, bringing the total number of fatalities to 12.

Letter sent to Naples prefect explodes, staffer sustains minor burns

A letter sent to a Naples prefect exploded Tuesday and injured a staffer, who suffered minor burns to her hands and face.

Prosecutor's aide killed in bomb attack in Russia

An aide to a regional prosecutor in Russia's North Caucasus died Tuesday after a bomb attack on his vehicle, an investigative committee spokesman said.
More than 19,000 people evacuated since Mount Sinabung began to erupt

More than 19,000 people evacuated since Mount Sinabung began to erupt

More than 19,000 people have been evacuated from around Mount Sinabung since the volcano became more active in recent months, Indonesian officials said Tuesday.
Marijuana demand, prices likely to skyrocket in Colorado

Marijuana demand, prices likely to skyrocket in Colorado

Marijuana dispensary owners in Colorado expect demand -- and therefore prices -- will skyrocket after the New Year when recreational weed becomes legal.

French priest kidnapped in Cameroon released

A French priest in Cameroon, who was kidnapped by suspected Boko Haram members in neighboring Nigeria, was released, French officials said Tuesday.

Iranian commander: Iran can attack U.S., Israeli interests

Iran has the ability to attack U.S. and Israeli interests in the region, a senior Iranian military commander warned.

Cars damaged in suspected price tag act

Israeli police said they suspect Jewish extremists torched Palestinian cars and sprayed graffiti on a building in a West Bank village near Ramallah.

Argentinians set up roadblocks over blackouts

Irate residents in Buenos Aires blocked major thoroughfares in the city after experiencing nearly two weeks without electricity, officials said.
Investigation into Volgograd bombings focuses on Chechen insurgent

Investigation into Volgograd bombings focuses on Chechen insurgent

The investigation into the two bombings in Volgograd, Russia, has begun focusing on a Chechen insurgent considered Russia's Osama bin Laden, officials said.
Abbas says no peace deal unless all prisoners freed

Abbas says no peace deal unless all prisoners freed

There will be no permanent peace deal with Israel as long as Israel holds Palestinians prisoner, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said early Tuesday.

Cyclone Christine uproots trees, causes power outages in Australia

Several thousand people were without electricity Tuesday after cyclone Christine struck Western Australia's Pilbara coast near Whim Creek, officials said.

Jordanian court indicts Palestinian writer in absentia

A Palestinian writer and academic says a Jordanian court indicted him in absentia, accusing him of damaging the country's image and inciting hatred.

ACLU sues administration over overseas U.S. surveillance

A rights group sued to make five U.S. agencies prove Americans whose overseas communications are picked up by surveillance are fully protected under the law.
Commentary: Wall Street Caligula

Commentary: Wall Street Caligula

It is a brilliant movie and manna from heaven for the United States' enemies and assorted detractors round the globe.
ARNAUD DE BORCHGRAVE, UPI Editor at Large
A new dictator takes Iraq to the brink

A new dictator takes Iraq to the brink

The violent arrest in Iraq of leading Sunni Member of Parliament Ahmed al-Alwani marks yet another step in that country's rapid descent into sectarian anarchy and civil war.
STRUAN STEVENSON, UPI Outside View Commentator
Nightmare on Pennsylvania Avenue

Nightmare on Pennsylvania Avenue

While nightmares can be terrifying, waking up always brings one back to reality. But what if, as in the horror movie "Nightmare on Elm Street," waking only brought uncertainty as to whether one was returning to reality or a recurring nightmare?
JAMES ZUMWALT, UPI Outside View Commentator

Employee struck, killed by truck on tarmac at Boston Logan Airport

An employee on the tarmac at Boston's Logan International Airport was struck and killed by a truck Monday, authorities said.

5.1-magnitude quake rocks northeast Japan

A 5.1-magnitude earthquake rocked northeastern Japan Tuesday, the U.S. Geological Survey said, but there were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.

Casselton, N.D., residents urged to evacuate after trains collide

Authorities urged people in Casselton, N.D., to evacuate Monday after several oil tanker cars caught fire when two trains collided.

China says no dialogue with Japanese PM Shinzo Abe

China, unrelenting in its criticism of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's recent visit to a war memorial shrine, ruled out any dialogue with him.
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