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Calgary stabbing suspect held at psychiatric facility

Calgary stabbing suspect held at psychiatric facility

Matthew de Grood is suspected of stabbing five people to death at a party.
Kate Stanton
Nearly 300 still missing after South Korea ferry sinks

Nearly 300 still missing after South Korea ferry sinks

Six people died after a ferry sank on its way to the South Korean resort island of Jeju.
Kate Stanton
Nigerian military announces rescue of abducted Nigerian school girls

Nigerian military announces rescue of abducted Nigerian school girls

The Nigerian military announced Wednesday that 121 Nigerian girls abducted from their school in northeastern Nigeria earlier in the week "have been freed."
JC Finley
Ukrainian PM: Russia is 'exporting terrorism to Ukraine'

Ukrainian PM: Russia is 'exporting terrorism to Ukraine'

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk issued a declaration to Russia on Wednesday: Stop exporting terrorism to Ukraine.
JC Finley
Health of Nobelist writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez 'fragile', family says

Health of Nobelist writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez 'fragile', family says

The health of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, winner of the 1982 Nobel Prize for literature, is stable but "very fragile," his family said in a statement.
Ed Adamczyk
Most haunted place in the world up for sale

Most haunted place in the world up for sale

Poveglia island, widely considered as the most haunted place on Earth, is being put up for auction by the Italian government.
Aileen Graef
S. Korea, Japan agree to hold regular meetings on sex slavery issue

S. Korea, Japan agree to hold regular meetings on sex slavery issue

South Korea and Japan agreed Wednesday to hold regular meetings on the Japanese army’s sexual enslavement of Korean women during World War II.
Ed Adamczyk
Venezuelan government meets again with opposition, rejects proposed amnesty law

Venezuelan government meets again with opposition, rejects proposed amnesty law

Members of the Venezuelan government met with opposition leaders for the second time on Tuesday in an attempt to end months-long anti-government protests.
JC Finley
Animal rights group asks Pope to end Easter lamb 'slaughter'

Animal rights group asks Pope to end Easter lamb 'slaughter'

An Italian animal rights group made an appeal to Pope Francis, urging him to condemn the eating of lamb at Easter.
Ed Adamczyk
P5 nuclear non-proliferation conference concludes

P5 nuclear non-proliferation conference concludes

Signatories to the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty met in Beijing on April 14 and 15 for a nuclear non-proliferation conference.
JC Finley
Brunei about to legalize stoning for gay sex

Brunei about to legalize stoning for gay sex

Brunei parliament is about to pass a penal code that would allow people to be stoned to death for having gay sex.
Aileen Graef
Archeologists unearth find 'bigger than Pompeii' near Rome

Archeologists unearth find 'bigger than Pompeii' near Rome

A new section of the ancient Roman city of Ostia has been unearthed, a find “bigger than Pompeii,” Rome’s archeological office announced Wednesday.
Ed Adamczyk
Israeli police officer buried after Passover shooting

Israeli police officer buried after Passover shooting

An Israeli police officer, shot to death as he drove his family to a Passover seder, was buried in Jerusalem.
Ed Adamczyk
New footage shows Syrian opposition using U.S. made weapons

New footage shows Syrian opposition using U.S. made weapons

A video taken by one of the opposition groups in Syria shows rebels using U.S. manufactured rockets in their fight against the regime of Bashar al-Assad.
Aileen Graef
Pakistani Taliban cancels ceasefire

Pakistani Taliban cancels ceasefire

The Pakistani Taliban announced Wednesday that it was cancelling the month-long ceasefire that was agreed to on March 1 and extended to April 10.
JC Finley
Afghanistan not ready to govern on its own, State Dept. assessments say

Afghanistan not ready to govern on its own, State Dept. assessments say

Confidential assessments by the U.S. State Department indicate Afghanistan is not prepared to govern itself after the United States withdraws its troops.
Ed Adamczyk
Mideast peace talks suspended for one day as April 29 deadline nears

Mideast peace talks suspended for one day as April 29 deadline nears

Peace talks between Israeli and Palestinian negotiators were postponed Wednesday, with no reason officially stated.
JC Finley
Alarming video shows large al-Qaida gathering

Alarming video shows large al-Qaida gathering

A 15-minute video circulating around jihadist websites shows a large outdoor meeting of Al-Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula vowing to attack the United States.
Aileen Graef
Ukraine submits proof of Russian covert actions

Ukraine submits proof of Russian covert actions

Ukraine submitted evidence to the European Union Wednesday of what it called proof that Russian special-operations troops have been deployed in Ukraine.
Guantanamo judge adjourns hearings

Guantanamo judge adjourns hearings

U.S. Army Col. James Pohl, overseeing the prosecution of five Sept. 11, 2001 terror suspects at Guantanamo Bay, suspended hearings until Wednesday afternoon.
Ed Adamczyk
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