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Prince Charles announces second royal baby due in April

Prince Charles announces second royal baby due in April

The duke and duchess of Cambridge are expecting their second child in April 2015, according to a press release from the grandfather, Prince Charles.
Aileen Graef
WHO declares Nigeria free of Ebola

WHO declares Nigeria free of Ebola

The World Health Organization declared Nigeria free of Ebola on Monday.
JC Finley
Brazil's presidential election enters its final week amid Petrobras scandal

Brazil's presidential election enters its final week amid Petrobras scandal

As Brazil's presidential race enters its final week, attention is focused on a corruption scandal involving the government-controlled Petroleo Brasileiro SA.
JC Finley
U.S. airdrops weapons and medical supplies to Syrian Kurds in Kobane

U.S. airdrops weapons and medical supplies to Syrian Kurds in Kobane

The U.S. military airdropped weapons, ammunition and medical supplies to Kurdish fighters defending the Syrian town of Kobane from Islamic State control.
JC Finley
Sweden puts troops on alert after detecting possible foreign threat

Sweden puts troops on alert after detecting possible foreign threat

The Swedish government deployed planes and ships in response to "foreign underwater activity" in the Stockholm Archipelago.
Fred Lambert
Rights group: Airstrikes on IS oil facilities killed civilians

Rights group: Airstrikes on IS oil facilities killed civilians

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports coalition airstrikes on Islamic State oil fields and a gas plant killed 10 civilians on Friday.
Fred Lambert
Clashes in Hong Kong despite upcoming talks

Clashes in Hong Kong despite upcoming talks

Hong Kong police and pro-democracy demonstrators clashed into the night despite officials offering Saturday to talk with the protesters Tuesday.
Kristen Butler
Canada shipping 800 vials of experimental Ebola vaccine

Canada shipping 800 vials of experimental Ebola vaccine

Canada said it will begin shipping 800 vials of its experimental Ebola vaccine to the World Health Organization on Monday.
Kristen Butler
Mexico mayor impeached after link to 43 missing, potentially murdered, college students exposed

Mexico mayor impeached after link to 43 missing, potentially murdered, college students exposed

José Luis Abarca, mayor of Iguala, Mexico, was impeached Friday over his alleged connection to the disappearance of 43 students feared to be killed by police.
Matt Bradwell
Recruiting heathcare workers to fight Ebola a struggle

Recruiting heathcare workers to fight Ebola a struggle

Although over 800 British doctors, nurses and paramedics have applied to work in Sierra Leone to combat the Ebola virus, rumors have dampened recruiting.
Ed Adamczyk
Myanmar jails five at newspaper for 'public alarm'

Myanmar jails five at newspaper for 'public alarm'

A Myanmar newspaper owner and four employees were sentenced to two-year prison terms for an article the government claimed caused public alarm.
Ed Adamczyk
London police charge five in terrorism plot

London police charge five in terrorism plot

Five men were charged in a London court Friday in connection with an Islamic State plot to kill British police and soldiers.
Ed Adamczyk
Carter Center closes Egypt office citing restrictive political environment

Carter Center closes Egypt office citing restrictive political environment

The Carter Center announced it will close its office in Egypt and cancel planned monitoring of Egypt's parliamentary elections citing political suppression.
JC Finley
Report: Islamic State is training pilots

Report: Islamic State is training pilots

The Islamic State has three captured Syrian fighter planes and is training pilots to use them, a British group monitoring Syria reported.
Ed Adamczyk
Britain's military eyes nuclear waste storage site

Britain's military eyes nuclear waste storage site

Britain's Ministry of Defense is eyeing five nuclear facilities in the country for storing radioactive waste from decommissioned nuclear-powered submarines.
Richard Tomkins
Vent collapses at concert in South Korea; at least 16 dead

Vent collapses at concert in South Korea; at least 16 dead

At least 16 people were killed and 11 others injured at an outdoor concert in South Korea on Friday when a ventilation grate collapsed.
JC Finley
Demonstrations at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque

Demonstrations at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque

As Israeli authorities restricted entrance into the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, a Muslim holy site, the chief of Hamas called for the mosque's defense.
Ed Adamczyk
Former Khmer Rouge leaders face more charges as second trial begins

Former Khmer Rouge leaders face more charges as second trial begins

Two former leaders of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge appeared in court Friday to face trial for crimes against humanity during their rule in the 1970s.
JC Finley
Russia must adhere to Ukraine peace plan, Cameron says

Russia must adhere to Ukraine peace plan, Cameron says

British Prime Minister David Cameron said Friday economic sanctions against Russia would not stop until Russia fully complies with a Ukrainian peace plan.
Ed Adamczyk
BBC to publish Google's 'right to be forgotten' list of deleted links

BBC to publish Google's 'right to be forgotten' list of deleted links

As Google removes links in compliance with the "right to be forgotten," the BBC will publish an actively updated list of all their links removed from Google.
Matt Bradwell
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