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Hong Kong chief executive: End protests now

Hong Kong chief executive: End protests now

Hong Kong's chief executive, Leung Chun-ying, demanded a stop Tuesday to the pro-democracy demonstrations that have blocked roads in his city.
Ed Adamczyk
$900,000 Porsche Spyder catches fire at gas station

$900,000 Porsche Spyder catches fire at gas station

$900,000 Porsche 918 Spyder catches on fire while refueling at Canadian gas station.
Heather Records
Japanese PM Abe and Emperor Akihito convene Extraordinary Diet session

Japanese PM Abe and Emperor Akihito convene Extraordinary Diet session

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe delivered a policy speech to an extraordinary National Diet session on Monday.
JC Finley
U.N. refugee chief calls for new commitment to Africa

U.N. refugee chief calls for new commitment to Africa

The United Nations refugee chief said Monday an international crisis is brewing in Africa, and called for renewed commitment to refugees.
Ed Adamczyk
U.N.'s Ban Ki-moon: 'A better world is around the corner'

U.N.'s Ban Ki-moon: 'A better world is around the corner'

United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, addressing the Global Citizens Festival in New York, offered optimism in addressing the world's problems.
Ed Adamczyk
Migration route to Europe deemed 'most dangerous'

Migration route to Europe deemed 'most dangerous'

More than 3,000 migrants died in 2014 attempting to cross the Mediterranean into Europe, the International Organization for Migration said in a report Monday.
JC Finley
Monster truck accident kills 3 in Netherlands

Monster truck accident kills 3 in Netherlands

Three people died and more than 20 were injured after a monster truck crashed into a crowd of bystanders at a Netherlands show Sunday.
Aileen Graef
At U.N., Netanyahu denounces Iranian terrorism

At U.N., Netanyahu denounces Iranian terrorism

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, speaking Monday at the United Nations General Assembly, refuted Iranian claims that it does not practice terrorism.
Ed Adamczyk
Spain seeks court ban on Catalan independence

Spain seeks court ban on Catalan independence

The Spanish government announced Monday it has asked the country's national court to declare illegal an independence referendum in Catalonia.
Ed Adamczyk
9 Ukrainian soldiers killed in attack on Donetsk airport

9 Ukrainian soldiers killed in attack on Donetsk airport

Nine Ukrainian soldiers died Monday by tank fire during an assault on the airport in the city of Donetsk.
Ed Adamczyk
Somalis say they feel safer

Somalis say they feel safer

Residents of Somalia, an African country in conflict for over two decades, say in a survey they feel safer and more optimistic.
Ed Adamczyk
Spanish diplomat found stabbed to death in Sudan

Spanish diplomat found stabbed to death in Sudan

An unidentified Spanish diplomat was found stabbed to death in Khartoum on Monday.
JC Finley
Ukraine's president: Over 1,000 captive Ukrainian troops now released

Ukraine's president: Over 1,000 captive Ukrainian troops now released

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced more than 1,000 captured Ukrainian troops have been released by Russian-backed rebels in restive eastern Ukraine.
JC Finley
North Korea 'troubling' in its refusal to denuclearize, says U.S. official

North Korea 'troubling' in its refusal to denuclearize, says U.S. official

U.S. Special Representative for North Korea Policy Glyn Davies told senior officials in China Monday that North Korea's refusal to denuclearize was troubling.
JC Finley
Trial of 46 alleged jihadists begins in Belgium

Trial of 46 alleged jihadists begins in Belgium

The Antwerp, Belgium, trial of 46 alleged jihadists who traveled to Syria to fight for the Islamic State begins Monday.
Ed Adamczyk
Lenin statue falls in Kharkiv, Ukraine

Lenin statue falls in Kharkiv, Ukraine

A large statue of Vladimir Lenin, a founder of the Soviet Union, was torn down during a rally in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Ed Adamczyk
Imran Khan claims record-breaking rally in Pakistan

Imran Khan claims record-breaking rally in Pakistan

Pakistani opposition leader Imran Khan hailed a record-breaking 44-day sit-in calling for the removal of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
JC Finley
Hong Kong banks closed after protest

Hong Kong banks closed after protest

Banks in Hong Kong temporarily ceased operations Monday after a pro-democracy protest in the city.
Ed Adamczyk
NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen to step down Sept. 30

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen to step down Sept. 30

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen bid farewell to NATO members and NATO staff as he prepares to step down September 30.
JC Finley
Earthquake in southern Peru destroys 90 percent of remote Andean village; 8 dead

Earthquake in southern Peru destroys 90 percent of remote Andean village; 8 dead

An 4.9-magnitude earthquake shook southern Peru early Sunday, causing significant structural damage to a remote village and killing at least eight people.
JC Finley
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