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Spanish city of Seville bans outdoor noise

Spanish city of Seville bans outdoor noise

A city in Spain is trying to get some peace and quiet after passing several restrictions in an attempt to rid the town of all outdoor noise.
Aileen Graef
Kidnapped U.K. teacher freed after 5 months of captivity in Yemen

Kidnapped U.K. teacher freed after 5 months of captivity in Yemen

British school teacher Mike Harvey has been released after five months of captivity.
JC Finley
Abu Sayyaf militants suspected in deadly Eid attack in Philippines

Abu Sayyaf militants suspected in deadly Eid attack in Philippines

Abu Sayyaf is suspected in a deadly attack Monday against a group en route to an Eid al-Fitr celebration on the autonomous island of Sulu in the Philippines.
JC Finley
Pakistani woman, grandchildren killed over blasphemy

Pakistani woman, grandchildren killed over blasphemy

A woman and two of her grandchildren were killed by a mob in Pakistan in a conflict over allegedly blasphemous material posted in Facebook.
Ed Adamczyk
Playground, hospital hit as Gaza war escalates

Playground, hospital hit as Gaza war escalates

Explosions at a Palestinian playground and near a Gaza City hospital ended an informal pause in hostilities in Gaza Monday.
Ed Adamczyk
Evacuation from Libya difficult due to Tripoli airport closure

Evacuation from Libya difficult due to Tripoli airport closure

As security deteriorates in Tripoli, many countries, including India, are advising their nationals to depart Libya. A group of 65 Indian nurses are trapped.
JC Finley
France offers asylum to Christians in Mosul, Iraq

France offers asylum to Christians in Mosul, Iraq

France is prepared to offer asylum to Iraqi Christians displaced by Islamist militants who overtook the city of Mosul, French officials said Monday.
Ed Adamczyk
U.N. secretary-general calls on Hamas and Israel to address 'root cause' of conflict

U.N. secretary-general calls on Hamas and Israel to address 'root cause' of conflict

The U.N. secretary-general, back from Mideast peace negotiations, called "for an immediate, unconditional humanitarian cease-fire" between Israel and Hamas.
JC Finley
Emirates Airline won't fly over Iraq

Emirates Airline won't fly over Iraq

Emirates, the Mideast's largest air carrier, announced Monday it will no longer fly in Iraqi airspace.
Ed Adamczyk
Ukraine to hold special parliamentary session on July 31

Ukraine to hold special parliamentary session on July 31

Ukraine's Parliament will convene a special session on July 31, Verkhovna Rada Speaker Oleksandr Turchynov announced.
JC Finley
Scottish expatriates seek referendum vote

Scottish expatriates seek referendum vote

Voters in Scotland will participate in an independence referendum in September, and some expatriates are angered they are ineligible to vote.
Ed Adamczyk
Liberia shuts most borders in response to Ebola outbreak

Liberia shuts most borders in response to Ebola outbreak

In response to the deadly Ebola virus infecting West African countries, Liberia has decided to close most of its border crossings.
JC Finley
North Korea threatens White House missile strike

North Korea threatens White House missile strike

A high-ranking North Korean military official threatened a nuclear launch against the White House and U.S. military bases in the Pacific.
Ed Adamczyk
International police fail to reach Malaysia Airlines crash site

International police fail to reach Malaysia Airlines crash site

Dutch and Australian police sent to Ukraine were unable to arrive and secure the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 crash site due to heavy fighting in the area.
Ed Adamczyk
Venezuelan official detained in Aruba on drug charges released

Venezuelan official detained in Aruba on drug charges released

Aruba has released Hugo Carvajal, a former Venezuelan military general detained since July 23 at the request of U.S. officials on drug trafficking charges.
JC Finley
Chinese McDonald's runs low on meat after scandal

Chinese McDonald's runs low on meat after scandal

McDonald's restaurants in China will offer limited menus after severing business ties with a firm accused of supplying tainted meat.
Ed Adamczyk
Boko Haram kidnaps wife of Cameroon's deputy prime minister

Boko Haram kidnaps wife of Cameroon's deputy prime minister

Boko Haram militants are believed to be responsible for the abduction of the wife of Cameroon's deputy prime minister.
JC Finley
EU closer to sanctions against Russia, Britain says

EU closer to sanctions against Russia, Britain says

Tougher European Union sanctions against Russia could be announced as early as Tuesday, and could be enforced with 24 hours of an agreement.
Ed Adamczyk
U.N. Security Council calls for 'immediate and unconditional' Mideast cease-fire

U.N. Security Council calls for 'immediate and unconditional' Mideast cease-fire

The U.N. Security Council issued a statement early Monday calling for an "immediate and unconditional" humanitarian cease-fire between Israel and Hamas.
JC Finley
Japanese high school girl charged with dismembering classmate

Japanese high school girl charged with dismembering classmate

A Japanese high school girl has been arrested and charged with killing and dismembering a 15-year-old classmate in Sasebo.
Evan Bleier
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