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Israel, Hamas agree to 12-hour ceasefire Saturday

Israel, Hamas agree to 12-hour ceasefire Saturday

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry brokers 12-hour ceasefire between Israel and Hamas on Saturday.
Danielle Haynes
Woman infected with Ebola missing from hospital in Sierra Leone

Woman infected with Ebola missing from hospital in Sierra Leone

A 32-year-old woman infected with the Ebola virus is missing from a hospital in Sierra Leone after her relatives forcibly removed her.
JC Finley
ISIS claims seizure of Syrian army base

ISIS claims seizure of Syrian army base

The Syrian army is preparing a counter-strike to regain control of the Raqqa army base, which was seized overnight by Islamic State of Iraq and Syria fighters.
JC Finley
85 wealthiest are richer than poorest 3.5 billion

85 wealthiest are richer than poorest 3.5 billion

The U.N.'s annual Human Development Report released Thursday shows that the world's 85 richest people are wealthier than the poorest 3.5 billion.
Aileen Graef
Libya's defense ministry urges end to 'senseless fighting' in Tripoli and Benghazi

Libya's defense ministry urges end to 'senseless fighting' in Tripoli and Benghazi

Libya's Ministry of Defense issued a plea Friday urging all parties in Benghazi and Tripoli to put an end to the "senseless fighting."
JC Finley
Venezuelan senior official detained in Aruba on drug charges

Venezuelan senior official detained in Aruba on drug charges

At the request of the U.S., Dutch officials on the island of Aruba detained senior Venezuelan official Gen. Hugo Carvajal, who is accused of drug trafficking.
JC Finley
German firms would back Russian sanctions, business leader says

German firms would back Russian sanctions, business leader says

German industries would support tougher sanctions against Russia, the leader of a German business organization said Friday.
Ed Adamczyk
Israeli cabinet rejects Kerry's cease-fire plan

Israeli cabinet rejects Kerry's cease-fire plan

The Israeli cabinet Friday rejected U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's peace plan in Gaza that called for a one-week humanitarian cease-fire.
Ed Adamczyk
Israel moves to eliminate tunnels from Gaza

Israel moves to eliminate tunnels from Gaza

The Israel Defense Force, working to destroy underground tunnels between Gaza and Israel, said 31 tunnels have been located since its ground invasion began.
Ed Adamczyk
U.N. aviation agency to hold high-level meeting on flight risks over conflict zones

U.N. aviation agency to hold high-level meeting on flight risks over conflict zones

The ICAO announced Friday it will hold a high-level meeting in Montreal on July 29 to discuss the risks posed to civilian aircraft flying over conflict zones.
JC Finley
Protests in Turkey over Syrian refugees

Protests in Turkey over Syrian refugees

Violent demonstrations in Turkey suggest the country is overwhelmed by the influx of over a million refugees from Syria, and feeling the strain.
Ed Adamczyk
First urban case of Ebola reported in Lagos, Nigeria

First urban case of Ebola reported in Lagos, Nigeria

The first case of the Ebola virus in Lagos, Nigeria, was confirmed after the death of a man who collapsed while arriving at Logos' airport.
Ed Adamczyk
5 die in West Bank clashes protesting Gaza conflict

5 die in West Bank clashes protesting Gaza conflict

A "day of rage" Friday in the West Bank regarding the conflict between Gaza and Israel resulted in the deaths of five Palestinians, medical officials confirmed.
Ed Adamczyk
U.S. reveals worldwide visa and passport database has crashed

U.S. reveals worldwide visa and passport database has crashed

The State Department acknowledged Thursday the Consular Consolidated Database, responsible for issuing passports and visas, "is operating at limited capacity."
JC Finley
15 killed in Afghanistan bus attack

15 killed in Afghanistan bus attack

Fifteen bus travelers in Afghanistan were killed Friday by suspected Taliban gunmen who stopped their convoy in Ghor province and shot them to death.
Ed Adamczyk
Future oil spills likely to cross borders, study says

Future oil spills likely to cross borders, study says

Arctic oil spills in Canada's western Arctic region would spread quickly and impact Alaska and even Russia, a study funded by the World Wildlife Fund says.
Ed Adamczyk
OSCE: MH17 debris show evidence of damage from shrapnel

OSCE: MH17 debris show evidence of damage from shrapnel

Investigators from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) reported findings of shrapnel-like holes in the fuselage debris of MH17.
Aileen Graef
Washington Post reporter among 4 journalists detained in Tehran

Washington Post reporter among 4 journalists detained in Tehran

Four journalists, including three Americans, have reportedly been detained by Iranian authorities for unknown reasons.
JC Finley
Kerry to propose weeklong Gaza truce

Kerry to propose weeklong Gaza truce

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry proposed a Gaza peace plan that includes a one-week truce, an official involved in negotiations said Friday in Cairo.
Ed Adamczyk
ISIS destroys Jonah's Tomb in Iraq

ISIS destroys Jonah's Tomb in Iraq

A holy site believed to be the Tomb of Jonah in the northern Iraqi city of Mosul was destroyed by militants associated with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
JC Finley
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