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Pakistan PM Nawaz in hiding, death toll reaches 11

Pakistan PM Nawaz in hiding, death toll reaches 11

Anti-government protesters led by politicians Imran Khan and Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri advanced on the home of prime minister Nawaz Sharif Saturday.
Rafael Bernal
Boy being treated for brain tumor taken from hospital

Boy being treated for brain tumor taken from hospital

Parents of a sick 5-year-old boy took him from a British hospital and may be en route to southern Spain.
Danielle Haynes
Suicide attack at Afghan spy agency kills six

Suicide attack at Afghan spy agency kills six

Taliban militants killed after they attacked an Afghan spy agency.
Danielle Haynes
Lesotho military allegedly takes control of government buildings

Lesotho military allegedly takes control of government buildings

Lesoto Prime Minister Thomas Thabane flees to South Africa due to alleged military coup, which army denies.
Danielle Haynes
Malaysia Airlines cuts fares after disasters

Malaysia Airlines cuts fares after disasters

Malaysia Airlines is offering fares as low as $13 in an attempt to regain business in the wake of the tragic loss of planes MH370 and MH17.
Aileen Graef
Video: Free Syrian Army unleashes 'Hell Cannon' in fight against Assad

Video: Free Syrian Army unleashes 'Hell Cannon' in fight against Assad

Syrian rebels fighting against President Bashar al Assad are building homemade howitzers and calling them "Hell Cannons."
Matt Bradwell
AIDS progress in South Africa could suffer funding blow

AIDS progress in South Africa could suffer funding blow

The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief has contributed to a dramatic drop in HIV infections in South Africa, but that progress could end.
Aileen Graef
Reporter captures descent into Pyongyang on video

Reporter captures descent into Pyongyang on video

Reporter Anna Fifield took video from the window of a plane as they descended into Pyongyang, giving a rare glimpse into the secretive country.
Aileen Graef
Ukrainian President Poroshenko advises citizens not to panic

Ukrainian President Poroshenko advises citizens not to panic

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko advised citizens not to panic in the face of increasing Russian aggression.
JC Finley
Rebel advance in Ukraine suggests Putin's strategy

Rebel advance in Ukraine suggests Putin's strategy

A southern assault on Mariupol, Ukraine by pro-Russian separatists suggests an attempt to establish an overland route from Russia to Crimea.
Ed Adamczyk
Pentagon: U.S. military operations in Iraq cost $7.5 million per day

Pentagon: U.S. military operations in Iraq cost $7.5 million per day

The U.S. Department of Defense acknowledged Friday that the cost of military operations in Iraq is becoming more expensive.
JC Finley
Putin's next front may be in the Arctic

Putin's next front may be in the Arctic

Russian President Vladimir Putin said Friday Russia's future was not in the west, where Ukraine is battling separatist forces, but in the Arctic.
Ed Adamczyk
12 McDonald's shut down in Russia

12 McDonald's shut down in Russia

Russian regulator Rospotrebnadzor has shut down 12 McDonald's restaurants across the country as tensions intensify with the West.
Aileen Graef
Chinese military concludes anti-terrorism drills

Chinese military concludes anti-terrorism drills

Led by the Chinese military, members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization ended a series of large anti-terrorism drills involving 7,000 troops.
Ed Adamczyk
Papua New Guinea's Tavurvur volcano erupts

Papua New Guinea's Tavurvur volcano erupts

Communities surrounding Papua New Guinea's Tavurvur volcano were evacuated today as it erupted, spewing ash and smoke.
Brooks Hays
U.S. 'respectfully' appeals to Iran to release detained U.S. citizens

U.S. 'respectfully' appeals to Iran to release detained U.S. citizens

The U.S. Department of State "respectfully" asked Iran on Friday to release several detained U.S. citizens, and to help find missing American Robert Levinson.
JC Finley
China questions Americanism in SATs

China questions Americanism in SATs

China, which currently has 235,000 of its citizens enrolled in U.S. colleges, has an issue with American values, as expressed in the SATs.
Ed Adamczyk
Elizabeth Warren defends Israeli airstrikes on schools and hospitals

Elizabeth Warren defends Israeli airstrikes on schools and hospitals

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., hosted a town hall Aug. 21 where she defended her decision to fund Israel and their airstrikes in Gaza.
Aileen Graef
Senegal reports first Ebola case

Senegal reports first Ebola case

The deadly Ebola virus in West Africa has spread to Senegal, local media and state officials announced Friday.
JC Finley
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