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Mystery drones fly over French nuclear facilities

Mystery drones fly over French nuclear facilities

The presence of unidentified drones, flying over French nuclear power plants, was confirmed by France's electrical power authority.
Ed Adamczyk
Toronto cancels plan for China's Confucius Institute

Toronto cancels plan for China's Confucius Institute

The Toronto District School Board, Canada's largest, has voted to cancel plans for a China-run language and culture program, the Confucius Institute.
Ed Adamczyk
Ukraine, Russia extend talks as gas deal stalls

Ukraine, Russia extend talks as gas deal stalls

Ukrainian and Russian representatives failed to reach agreement to restart deliveries of Russian gas to Ukraine and will negotiate again Thursday, they said.
Ed Adamczyk
Protesters burn Parliament in Burkina Faso

Protesters burn Parliament in Burkina Faso

Protesters stormed Burkina Faso's Parliament and set it on fire Thursday, angered over plans to extend the 27-year rule of its president.
Ed Adamczyk
Gay activists condemn Singapore court ruling

Gay activists condemn Singapore court ruling

A Singapore court ruling, that banning gay sex is constitutional, has been condemned the country's human rights groups.
Ed Adamczyk
Suspect in shooting of rabbi killed by Israeli police

Suspect in shooting of rabbi killed by Israeli police

Police in Jerusalem shot and killed a Palestinian suspect in the shooting of Rabbi Yehuda Glick, a prominent right-wing activist.
Ed Adamczyk
Angry Hungarians hit the streets to protest Internet tax

Angry Hungarians hit the streets to protest Internet tax

Nearly 100,000 Hungarians surged through the streets of Budapest this week to demonstrate against a proposed tax on Internet usage in a protest that was organized ... online.
Mary Papenfuss
Pope thanks exorcist convention for showing the love

Pope thanks exorcist convention for showing the love

The pope thanks 300 exorcists for showing love to those possessed by the horned one.
Mary Papenfuss
Boost in Russian air maneuvers rattles Europe

Boost in Russian air maneuvers rattles Europe

Increase in military flights over Europe could threaten civilian aircraft, NATO warns.
Mary Papenfuss
Malala Yousafzai donates $50K to rebuild U.N. schools in Gaza

Malala Yousafzai donates $50K to rebuild U.N. schools in Gaza

Nobel Peace Prize winner and Pakistani youth education activist Malala Yousafzai announced Wednesday she will donate $50,000 to rebuild U.N. schools in Gaza.
JC Finley
Hong Kong politician loses post over pro-democracy defense

Hong Kong politician loses post over pro-democracy defense

Hong Kong politician James Tien was dismissed from a top political advisory board for his criticism of the handling of Hong Kong's pro-democracy protests.
Ed Adamczyk
North Korea turns down South's invitation to meet Oct. 30

North Korea turns down South's invitation to meet Oct. 30

North Korea notified South Korea on Wednesday that it will not participate in high-level talks this week.
JC Finley
New Zealand to vote on change of national flag

New Zealand to vote on change of national flag

New Zealand will hold a referendum to decide whether to change its national flag, which currently includes the Union Jack.
Ed Adamczyk
Piece of Amelia Earhart plane identified from Nikumaroro

Piece of Amelia Earhart plane identified from Nikumaroro

Researchers hunting for Amelia Earhart's lost plane believe they have identified a piece of the aircraft for the very first time.
Gabrielle Levy
Netanyahu defends himself after published attack

Netanyahu defends himself after published attack

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was critical of an attack published in an American magazine, saying Wednesday he would defend Israel's interests.
Ed Adamczyk
WHO: Ebola cases slowing in Liberia

WHO: Ebola cases slowing in Liberia

A decline in Ebola virus cases in Liberia, the country hardest hit by the outbreak, has been noted by the World Health Organization.
Ed Adamczyk
Day after mine collapse in Turkey, 18 still trapped

Day after mine collapse in Turkey, 18 still trapped

Rescuers on Wednesday were attempting to reach 18 workers believed to be trapped in a coal mine that collapsed in southern Turkey on Tuesday.
JC Finley
Manuel Noriega's lawsuit against 'Call of Duty' game publisher dismissed

Manuel Noriega's lawsuit against 'Call of Duty' game publisher dismissed

A lawsuit filed by former dictator of Panama, Manuel Noriega, against the "Call of Duty" video game publisher has been dismissed by a judge in California.
JC Finley
International tax transparency agreement to be signed

International tax transparency agreement to be signed

Finance officials of 50 countries meet in Berlin Wednesday to sign an agreement on the automatic exchange of tax information.
Ed Adamczyk
World Bank: best country for business is Singapore

World Bank: best country for business is Singapore

An annual survey by the World Bank rates Singapore, for the ninth consecutive year, as the best country in which to do business.
Ed Adamczyk
Guy Scott to be first white leader of African state since apartheid

Guy Scott to be first white leader of African state since apartheid

Guy Scott, vice president of Zambia, has assumed the role of interim president following the death Tuesday of President Michael Sata.
JC Finley
Death sentence for Nizami, Bangladesh politician

Death sentence for Nizami, Bangladesh politician

A death sentence by a Bangladesh tribunal given to an Islamic party leader Wednesday threatens to undermine months of political calm.
Ed Adamczyk
North Korea makes U.N. an offer, with strings

North Korea makes U.N. an offer, with strings

A United Nations human rights investigator said he was given a chance to visit North Korea, but only if momentum to indict leader Kim Jong Un is reduced.
Ed Adamczyk
Free Syrian Army fighters join Kurdish militias in defense of Kobane

Free Syrian Army fighters join Kurdish militias in defense of Kobane

Free Syrian Army fighters have joined Kurdish militias defending the embattled town of Kobane from Islamic State takeover.
JC Finley
More than 300 missing in Sri Lanka mudslide

More than 300 missing in Sri Lanka mudslide

At least 10 people died and more than 300 people remain missing after a mudslide struck central Sri Lanka on Wednesday morning.
JC Finley
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