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California Marine dies in Islamic State mission in Iraq

California Marine dies in Islamic State mission in Iraq

The cause of Lance Cpl. Sean P. Neal's death wasn't reported, but it's unrelated to combat, the U.S. Department of Defense said.
Danielle Haynes
Palestinian-American teen killed by Israel Defense Forces

Palestinian-American teen killed by Israel Defense Forces

U.S. State Department calls for investigation of shooting death of Palestinian-American teen by Israeli troops.
Danielle Haynes
Canada reflects on a week of domestic terror

Canada reflects on a week of domestic terror

Incidents involving the deaths of two soldiers and a bullet-heavy manhunt in Canada's Parliament have citizens rattled and reflective this weekend.
Ed Adamczyk
Picasso Museum to reopen after five years

Picasso Museum to reopen after five years

The Picasso Museum underwent some $60 million in renovations over the course of the five years it was closed.
Danielle Haynes
Pentagon: North Korea can probably build a rocket-mounted nuclear warhead

Pentagon: North Korea can probably build a rocket-mounted nuclear warhead

North Korea is believed to have developed the technology to rocket-mount miniaturized nuclear weapons, according to a top military official.
Matt Bradwell
Ukraine intel service foils plot ahead of parliamentary elections

Ukraine intel service foils plot ahead of parliamentary elections

Ukraine's intelligence and law enforcement agencies have stopped a plot to disrupt Sunday's parliamentary elections.
JC Finley
Yale study predicts huge increase in Ebola cases in Liberia

Yale study predicts huge increase in Ebola cases in Liberia

A study by the Yale University School of Public Health suggests a massive increase in Ebola virus cases will affect Liberia within weeks.
Ed Adamczyk
Pakistan PM urges eradication of polio

Pakistan PM urges eradication of polio

As new cases of polio emerged in Pakistan, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said Friday the government would battle the infectious disease.
Ed Adamczyk
Senior Al-Qaida official asks Islamic State to spare American hostage

Senior Al-Qaida official asks Islamic State to spare American hostage

An al-Qaida senior official has become an unlikely defender of Peter Kassig, an American held hostage by the Islamic State.
JC Finley
Hong Kong pro-democracy supporters to be polled

Hong Kong pro-democracy supporters to be polled

Leaders of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement said Friday they would seek a poll to determine if city authorities' proposals should be accepted.
Ed Adamczyk
Brazil's president charges magazine with 'electoral terrorism'

Brazil's president charges magazine with 'electoral terrorism'

Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff accused Veja magazine Friday of "electoral terrorism" for reporting she was aware of embezzlement at Petroleo Brasileiro SA.
JC Finley
Pakistan releases suspect in Daniel Pearl murder

Pakistan releases suspect in Daniel Pearl murder

A suspect in the 2002 beheading of American journalist Daniel pearl was freed Friday by an anti-terrorist court in Pakistan.
Ed Adamczyk
Sinai car bomb kills 25 Egyptian soldiers

Sinai car bomb kills 25 Egyptian soldiers

A car bomb Friday killed at least 25 Egyptian soldiers at a checkpoint in the Sinai peninsula.
Ed Adamczyk
UNESCO: Crimea part of Ukraine, not Russia

UNESCO: Crimea part of Ukraine, not Russia

The U.N. Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization has affirmed Crimea's status as part of Ukraine.
JC Finley
Ottawa assault: PM went to closet, MPs made spears from flagpoles

Ottawa assault: PM went to closet, MPs made spears from flagpoles

As details emerge of Wednesday's assault on Canada's Parliament building in Ottawa, a legislator said weapons were being made by Parliament members in hiding.
Ed Adamczyk
U.S. outlines strategy to combat Islamic State funding

U.S. outlines strategy to combat Islamic State funding

A senior U.S. Treasury Department official described Thursday how the U.S. is tracking and attempting to disrupt the Islamic State's financial foundation.
JC Finley
Parents of Islamic State hostage Peter Kassig 'request instruction' from IS

Parents of Islamic State hostage Peter Kassig 'request instruction' from IS

Paula Kassig, the mother of Peter Kassig, an American aid worker held hostage by the Islamic State, again reached out to his captors using Twitter Thursday.
JC Finley
European Union pledges $1.26 billion to fight Ebola

European Union pledges $1.26 billion to fight Ebola

The European Union committed one billion euros ($1.26 billion) to combat the spread of the Ebola virus Friday.
Ed Adamczyk
U.S. airstrikes succeeding in cutting oil financing for Islamic State

U.S. airstrikes succeeding in cutting oil financing for Islamic State

Air assault against Islamic State-controlled oil infrastructure may be degrading the militant group's finances, but total destruction may require more effort.
Daniel Graeber
Putin accuses U.S. of upsetting global order

Putin accuses U.S. of upsetting global order

Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the United States of unbalancing global relations and blackmailing world leaders Friday.
Ed Adamczyk
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