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Boko Haram suspected in deadly attack on Nigerian teachers college

Boko Haram suspected in deadly attack on Nigerian teachers college

Suspected Boko Haram militants attacked a college in northern Nigeria on Wednesday, killing at least 15 people and wounding 35 others.
JC Finley
Australia disrupts possible public beheading terror plot; 15 arrested

Australia disrupts possible public beheading terror plot; 15 arrested

Australian authorities have arrested 15 people suspected of planning a public beheading at the direction of a senior member of the Islamic State terror group.
JC Finley
Polls open in Scotland: How we got here and why

Polls open in Scotland: How we got here and why

As the citizens of Scotland prepare to decide whether or not to remain a part of the United Kingdom, UPI looks back at the events that led to the historic vote.
Matt Bradwell
Doctors say Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has cancer

Doctors say Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has cancer

Doctors treating Toronto Mayor Rob Ford said he has rare form of cancer; will start chemotherapy in 48 hours.
Heather Records
Kerry: No U.S. ground troops in fighting Islamic State

Kerry: No U.S. ground troops in fighting Islamic State

Secretary of State John Kerry stressed to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Wednesday no ground troops in Iraq and Syria will be sent into combat.
Ed Adamczyk
American man arrested trying to swim to North Korea

American man arrested trying to swim to North Korea

An American man arrested Tuesday night near Seoul, South Korea, was apparently trying to swim to North Korea.
Gabrielle Levy
Yevtushenkov arrested on money laundering charge

Yevtushenkov arrested on money laundering charge

Russian billionaire Vladimir Yevtushenkov was placed under house arrest in Moscow Wednesday on suspicion of money laundering.
Ed Adamczyk
Peshmerga forces kill senior Islamic State commander

Peshmerga forces kill senior Islamic State commander

Kurdish Peshmerga forces killed senior Islamic State commander Yasin Ali Suleiman Shlash on Tuesday.
JC Finley
Study reveals details of Richard III's death in battle

Study reveals details of Richard III's death in battle

Researchers have learned how Richard III died, revealing through forensic analysis that he suffered 11 wounds around the time of his death.
Gabrielle Levy
Edouard now a Category 3 hurricane

Edouard now a Category 3 hurricane

A Category 3 hurricane named Edouard is currently 420 miles east of Bermuda.
Ed Adamczyk
Al-Qaida attack on Pakistani frigate foiled

Al-Qaida attack on Pakistani frigate foiled

Al-Qaida attempted to hijack a Pakistani naval vessel and use it to attack U.S. Navy vessels, Pakistani security officials said.
Ed Adamczyk
Obama: I will not commit to another ground war in Iraq

Obama: I will not commit to another ground war in Iraq

President Barack Obama said Wednesday he would not commit America to another ground war in Iraq.
JC Finley
Guilty plea in Canadian terrorism plot

Guilty plea in Canadian terrorism plot

A man regarded a ringleader of a group plotting terrorist attacks in Canada pleaded guilty Wednesday of explosives possession.
Ed Adamczyk
Bill Clinton urges Scotland not to leave the United Kingdom

Bill Clinton urges Scotland not to leave the United Kingdom

Bill Clinton has publicly come out in favor of Scotland remaining part of the UK, calling on Scots to set an example for global unity.
Matt Bradwell
$30 million offered for clues to MH17 crash

$30 million offered for clues to MH17 crash

A reward of $30 million has been offered for evidence regarding who shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, a German investigation company said Wednesday.
Ed Adamczyk
20 reported dead in Yemen fighting

20 reported dead in Yemen fighting

At least 20 people were killed as Shiite Houthi rebels took control of a suburb of Sanaa, Yemen, Wednesday in clashes with government troops.
Ed Adamczyk
New Islamic State video threatens U.S. with 'Flames of War'

New Islamic State video threatens U.S. with 'Flames of War'

The Islamic State (IS) released a video threatening U.S. President Barack Obama and the U.S. with impending war.
Aileen Graef
U.N. General Assembly building ready after renovation

U.N. General Assembly building ready after renovation

The United Nations General Assembly returned this week to its newly renovated space after 16 months in temporary quarters.
Ed Adamczyk
67 South Africans killed in Nigerian church collapse, Zuma says

67 South Africans killed in Nigerian church collapse, Zuma says

South African President Jacob Zuma announced Wednesday that 67 South Africans died last week when a Lagos, Nigeria, church hostel collapsed.
Ed Adamczyk
Former PM Gordon Brown on Scottish separatists: 'This is not their flag, their country'

Former PM Gordon Brown on Scottish separatists: 'This is not their flag, their country'

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown urged his fellow Scots to vote to remain part of the United Kingdom in Thursday's independence referendum.
Matt Bradwell
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