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Cousin of Karzai killed in suicide bombing

Cousin of Karzai killed in suicide bombing

Hashmat Karzai, a cousin of Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai, was killed by a suicide bomber, officials reported.
Ed Adamczyk
Prince Harry pulls off 'Royal Photobomb' at Commonwealth Games

Prince Harry pulls off 'Royal Photobomb' at Commonwealth Games

Prince Harry dropped a "Royal Photobomb" of his own at the Commonwealth Games just days after Queen Elizabeth bombed members of the Hockeyroos.
Evan Bleier
U.S.: Russia violated 1987 missile treaty by testing nuclear cruise missile

U.S.: Russia violated 1987 missile treaty by testing nuclear cruise missile

U.S. President Barack Obama told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday that Russia was in violation of the 1987 Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces treaty.
JC Finley
China's former security chief investigated in corruption probe

China's former security chief investigated in corruption probe

An investigation of retired domestic security chief Zhou Yongkang is underway, part of a broad corruption inquiry, the Chinese Communist Party announced.
Ed Adamczyk
International Tiger Day celebrated July 29

International Tiger Day celebrated July 29

Although International Tiger Day is today, July 29, the rapidly declining tiger population probably isn't a reason to roar but more of a cause to growl.
Evan Bleier
Israel bombs Gaza's only power plant as Netanyahu promises 'prolonged campaign'

Israel bombs Gaza's only power plant as Netanyahu promises 'prolonged campaign'

Gaza's only power station was destroyed by Israeli missiles Tuesday, the latest in the increasingly volatile conflict between the Israeli government and Hamas.
Matt Bradwell
Nigeria bans cars during Eid to curb Boko Haram attacks

Nigeria bans cars during Eid to curb Boko Haram attacks

In an attempt to prevent car bombings by Boko Haram during Eid, authorities in Nigeria's Borno State have banned vehicles during the three-day celebration.
JC Finley
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
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