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World Humanitarian Day: Record number of aid workers killed in 2013

World Humanitarian Day: Record number of aid workers killed in 2013

This year's observance of World Humanitarian Day comes at a time of record high attacks against humanitarian workers, with 155 aid workers killed in 2013.
JC Finley
Taliban launches Afghanistan offensive

Taliban launches Afghanistan offensive

A major Taliban offensive in Afghanistan's Logar province has begun, Afghan officials said Tuesday.
Ed Adamczyk
Missing Ebola patients found in Liberia

Missing Ebola patients found in Liberia

Liberian officials have located all 17 patients suspected of being infected with Ebola who fled a quarantine center after it was attacked over the weekend.
Gabrielle Levy
Navy confirms World War II shipwreck is cruiser Houston

Navy confirms World War II shipwreck is cruiser Houston

A wrecked ship at the bottom of the Java Sea has been confirmed as the heavy cruiser USS Houston, a U.S. Navy ship sunk in 1942 with 1,068 aboard.
Ed Adamczyk
Daughter of Sheila von Wiese-Mack pregnant, claims abuse in Indonesian prison awaiting murder trial

Daughter of Sheila von Wiese-Mack pregnant, claims abuse in Indonesian prison awaiting murder trial

The Chicago woman accused of beating her mother to death and stuffing her in a suitcase in Bali is pregnant and claims she has been mistreated in jail.
Gabrielle Levy
Canada releases final report of Quebec rail disaster

Canada releases final report of Quebec rail disaster

The Canadian government's investigation of the 2013 Lac-Megantic, Quebec, rail disaster calls for new safety measures and an improved audit of protocols.
Ed Adamczyk
4 executed in Saudi Arabia for drug possession

4 executed in Saudi Arabia for drug possession

Four men were executed in Najran, Saudi Arabia, after their conviction on drug possession charges.
Ed Adamczyk
OPCW: All Syrian chemical weapons aboard U.S. ship destroyed

OPCW: All Syrian chemical weapons aboard U.S. ship destroyed

The OPCW announced Tuesday that all 600 metric tons of Category 1 chemicals removed from Syria and transferred to a U.S. ship have been successfully destroyed.
JC Finley
Rocket fire breaks latest Gaza truce

Rocket fire breaks latest Gaza truce

Three rockets were fired into southern Israel from Gaza Tuesday, the Israeli military said, interrupting the latest cease-fire agreement.
Ed Adamczyk
Extended family members of Pope Francis killed in car crash

Extended family members of Pope Francis killed in car crash

Three relatives of Pope Francis were killed Tuesday when his nephew's car crashed into a truck on a highway in Cordoba, Argentina.
JC Finley
Iceland warns of possible volcanic eruption

Iceland warns of possible volcanic eruption

Iceland's Bárðarbunga volcano is at increased risk of eruption, Iceland's meteorological agency warned Monday.
JC Finley
Brazilian presidential candidate Campos buried

Brazilian presidential candidate Campos buried

Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos, who died in a plane crash on August 13, was buried on Saturday.
JC Finley
President Obama speaks on Iraq and Ferguson

President Obama speaks on Iraq and Ferguson

U.S. President Barack Obama held a press conference Monday afternoon to address the U.S. airstrike campaign in Iraq and the situation in Ferguson, Missouri.
Aileen Graef
Pope Francis responds to U.S. airstrikes in Iraq

Pope Francis responds to U.S. airstrikes in Iraq

Pope Francis has expressed concern about the humanitarian crisis in Iraq and weighed in Monday on U.S. targeted airstrikes against Islamic State militants.
JC Finley
Nepal and India face fatal flooding

Nepal and India face fatal flooding

More than 150 people are dead after heavy rainfall deluged Nepal and India, according to officials in the two countries.
Aileen Graef
Malaysian police arrest 2 in connection with MH370 passenger bank thefts

Malaysian police arrest 2 in connection with MH370 passenger bank thefts

Malaysian police arrested two people and are searching for a third suspected of stealing money from the bank accounts of four people aboard missing MH370.
JC Finley
Far-right Israeli protesters crash Jewish-Muslim wedding

Far-right Israeli protesters crash Jewish-Muslim wedding

Far-right Israeli protesters crashed the wedding of a Jewish woman and a Muslim man Friday while shouting "Death to Arabs."
Aileen Graef
Gaza truce to be extended, media reports say

Gaza truce to be extended, media reports say

An agreement to extend the cease-fire in Gaza has been reached, Israeli and Palestinian media reported Monday.
Ed Adamczyk
Turkey seeks answers after allegations of German spying

Turkey seeks answers after allegations of German spying

The Turkish government sought an explanation Monday regarding German media reports that Germany's intelligence agency had spied on Turkey since 2009.
Ed Adamczyk
For rent: Mussolini's Greek villa, needs work

For rent: Mussolini's Greek villa, needs work

An unused villa built on the Greek island of Rhodes for Italian dictator Benito Mussolini will be leased to help collect money Greece needs to repay loans.
Ed Adamczyk
'Most influential' city is London, Forbes says

'Most influential' city is London, Forbes says

London is the world's most influential city, according to a ranking by the business magazine Forbes.
Ed Adamczyk
U.S. designates Islamic State spokesman a 'global terrorist'

U.S. designates Islamic State spokesman a 'global terrorist'

The U.S. Department of State has designated Islamic State spokesman Abu Mohammed al-Adnani a "specially designated global terrorist."
JC Finley
Pro-Beijing rally in Hong Kong draws thousands

Pro-Beijing rally in Hong Kong draws thousands

A protest against Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement drew tens of thousands of people in the central part of the city.
Ed Adamczyk
Israel demolishes homes of West Bank murder suspects

Israel demolishes homes of West Bank murder suspects

The Hebron, West Bank, homes of two of the three Palestinians suspected of abducting and murdering three Israeli teenagers in June were demolished Monday.
Ed Adamczyk
Libya bombed by unidentified warplanes

Libya bombed by unidentified warplanes

Tripoli, Libya, was struck by bombs dropped from unidentified aircraft early Monday, with the government unaware whose planes carried out the attack.
Ed Adamczyk
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