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Colombia bus fire leaves 31 children dead

Colombia bus fire leaves 31 children dead

A fire aboard a bus leaving a church event in Colombia killed 32 people, including 31 children.
Ed Adamczyk
Colombian government and FARC reach drug agreement

Colombian government and FARC reach drug agreement

The Colombian government and FARC moved closer to a peace deal when they reached an agreement to combat Colombia's illegal drug trade.
JC Finley
EU to observe Egyptian elections

EU to observe Egyptian elections

The European Union announced Monday is would monitor Egypt's presidential elections next week, contrary to earlier reports it would play a more limited role.
Ed Adamczyk
Balkan flooding unearths 120,000 live landmines

Balkan flooding unearths 120,000 live landmines

The worst floods in the Balkans in over 100 years have left at least 47 dead and 500,000 displaced while unearthing 120,000 landmines in the region.
Aileen Graef
Bosnia, Serbia seek international aid after flood

Bosnia, Serbia seek international aid after flood

Officials in Bosnia and Serbia, citing the threat of landslides and the deaths of 35 people in recent flooding, have called for international help and aid.
Ed Adamczyk
Syria death toll rises dramatcally in past two months

Syria death toll rises dramatcally in past two months

The death toll in the Syrian conflict passed 160,000 in the past two months, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Ed Adamczyk
Russia claims it's pulling troops from Ukraine border

Russia claims it's pulling troops from Ukraine border

The Kremlin announced Monday that Russian President Vladimir Putin orderedit 40,000 troops stationed at the Ukrainian border to withdraw.
Aileen Graef
Soldiers and Tuareg rebels clash in northern Mali; 36 dead, 30 taken prisoner

Soldiers and Tuareg rebels clash in northern Mali; 36 dead, 30 taken prisoner

Malian defense forces clashed with armed Tuareg rebels in the northern town of Kidal on Saturday, killing eight Malian soldiers and 28 Tuareg rebels.
JC Finley
South Korea to disband coast guard over Sewol ferry tragedy

South Korea to disband coast guard over Sewol ferry tragedy

South Korean President Park Geun-hye said she would disband the country's coast guard for their shoddy response to the sinking of the Sewol ferry in April.
Ananth Baliga
North Korea confirms Pyongyang apartment building collapse, hundreds feared dead

North Korea confirms Pyongyang apartment building collapse, hundreds feared dead

The North Korean government was unusually forthcoming about the collapse of a 23-story apartment building in Pyongyang last week.
Kate Stanton
Anti-Chinese riots in Vietnam halted

Anti-Chinese riots in Vietnam halted

Vietnamese government deployed police officers to clamp down on violent protests outside Chinese diplomatic facilities.
Danielle Haynes
Manmohan Singh resigns as Indian prime minister

Manmohan Singh resigns as Indian prime minister

The Bharatiya Janata Party's Narendra Modi was elected to take the place of Manmohan Singh as prime minister in India.
Danielle Haynes
Laos plane crash kills government officials

Laos plane crash kills government officials

Seventeen high-ranking Laos governmental officials killed in plane crash Saturday.
Danielle Haynes
FIFA president: It was a 'mistake' to have 2022 World Cup in Qatar

FIFA president: It was a 'mistake' to have 2022 World Cup in Qatar

FIFA President Sepp Blatter admitted to Swiss television channel RTS that the decision to have Qatar host the 2022 World Cup was a "mistake" due to summer heat.
Aileen Graef
Thousands flee in new Central African Republic fighting

Thousands flee in new Central African Republic fighting

Over 23,000 people were displaced by renewed fighting in the Central African Republic in the past month, the U.N. Refugee Agency reported Friday.
Ed Adamczyk
Nigerian president cancels trip to town where girls were abducted

Nigerian president cancels trip to town where girls were abducted

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan abruptly canceled a visit to the town of Chibok Friday where some 300 schoolgirls were abducted, citing security concerns.
Aileen Graef
Russian rocket crashes after space launch

Russian rocket crashes after space launch

A Russian rocket, carrying a communications satellite into orbit, crashed nine minutes after blasting off from Kazakhstan Friday morning.
Ed Adamczyk
U.N. notes human rights deterioration in Ukraine

U.N. notes human rights deterioration in Ukraine

The United Nations assailed a deterioration of human rights in eastern Ukraine, including Crimea, in a report issued Friday.
Ed Adamczyk
U.N.-backed report estimates 33.3 million internally displaced people

U.N.-backed report estimates 33.3 million internally displaced people

Violent conflicts forced approximately 33.3 million people to become internally displaced in 2013, says a United Nations-backed report released Wednesday.
ZP Heller
Serbia declares state of emergency during catastrophic flooding

Serbia declares state of emergency during catastrophic flooding

Serbia has declared a state of emergency as it faces record-level rainfall that has flooded the country and surrounding Balkan nations.
Aileen Graef
'Risk map' of Italy's Mount Vesuvius prepared

'Risk map' of Italy's Mount Vesuvius prepared

An emergency preparedness "risk map" of Mount Vesuvius, Europe's only active volcano, has been prepared, Italian geologists said.
Ed Adamczyk
South China Sea oil drilling will continue despite Vietnam riots, China says

South China Sea oil drilling will continue despite Vietnam riots, China says

China announced Friday it would continue drilling for oil in the disputed South China Sea, despite anti-Chinese rioting in Vietnam.
Ed Adamczyk
Migration attempts to Europe rise sharply

Migration attempts to Europe rise sharply

The number of people identified attempting to illegally enter European Union nations in 2013 rose sharply over 2012, the border agency Frontex reported Friday.
Ed Adamczyk
Explosions kill 10 people in Nairobi, Kenya

Explosions kill 10 people in Nairobi, Kenya

Two explosions, aboard a minibus and at a crowded outdoor market, killed 10 people in Nairobi, Kenya, Friday with Islamist militants suspected.
Ed Adamczyk
Thousands of miners and steelworkers seize Mariupol, Ukraine, from separatists

Thousands of miners and steelworkers seize Mariupol, Ukraine, from separatists

Thousands of miners and steelworkers took back Mariupol, in eastern Ukraine, from pro-Russian separatists who held the city for several weeks.
Ed Adamczyk
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