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Violence breaks out at Pakistan's 'Independence March'

Violence breaks out at Pakistan's 'Independence March'

Violence broke out Friday as opposition leader Imran Khan made his way to a mass demonstration seeking the removal of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
JC Finley
Palestinian negotiator: Israel must be held accountable for alleged war crimes

Palestinian negotiator: Israel must be held accountable for alleged war crimes

Palestinian leaders are prepared to take Israel to international court over alleged "war crimes," a veteran Palestinian diplomat said.
Ed Adamczyk
Plane takes off in front of tornado

Plane takes off in front of tornado

Severe weather in the United Kingdom produced a moment of photographic kismet when a plane took off from East Midlands Airport ahead of a dark funnel cloud.
Gabrielle Levy
Russian military convoy that entered Ukraine partially destroyed

Russian military convoy that entered Ukraine partially destroyed

The Ukrainian government announced Friday that a Russian military convoy that illegally entered eastern Ukraine on Thursday has been partially destroyed.
JC Finley
Al Gore sues Al Jazeera over $500 million Current TV sale that launched AJA

Al Gore sues Al Jazeera over $500 million Current TV sale that launched AJA

Former Vice President Al Gore is suing Al Jazeera, saying it's withholding money promised from sale of Current TV.
Matt Bradwell
Doctor compares Ebola fight to 'wartime'

Doctor compares Ebola fight to 'wartime'

Doctors Without Borders' international president compared the Ebola epidemic in West Africa to combat against an advancing enemy Friday.
Ed Adamczyk
Couple charged with killing New Orleans stripper

Couple charged with killing New Orleans stripper

A couple have been charged with stabbing a New Orleans dancer and cutting up her body after inviting her to perform at a private party.
Frances Burns
U.N. peacekeepers step in as Aristide supporters demonstrate in Haiti

U.N. peacekeepers step in as Aristide supporters demonstrate in Haiti

Supporters of former Haitian President Jean-Bertrand Aristide demonstrated Thursday in Port-au-Prince after an arrest warrant was issued for him on Wednesday.
JC Finley
A man, a plan: The Panama Canal at 100 years old

A man, a plan: The Panama Canal at 100 years old

The Panama Canal opened for business 100 years ago Friday and has seen nearly a million ships pass through it.
Ed Adamczyk
Malaysia Airlines steward accused of sexually assaulting passenger

Malaysia Airlines steward accused of sexually assaulting passenger

An Australian passenger claims she was offered more than comfort when she expressed safety concerns while aboard a Malaysia Airlines flight on August 4.
Gabrielle Levy
European Union ponders arming Kurds in Iraq

European Union ponders arming Kurds in Iraq

European Union ministers met to discuss arming Kurdish military troops in Iraq, following decisions by France and the United States to send armaments.
Ed Adamczyk
Mike Brown called robbery suspect in police report

Mike Brown called robbery suspect in police report

Ferguson police released information on shooting of Michael Brown that connected him to a strong-arm robbery at a convenience store moments before he was shot.
Gabrielle Levy
Russian military convoy crosses into eastern Ukraine

Russian military convoy crosses into eastern Ukraine

A Russian military convoy crossed into Ukraine on Thursday evening, according to eyewitness accounts and confirmation by the Ukrainian government.
JC Finley
Russian aid convoy arrives at Ukraine border

Russian aid convoy arrives at Ukraine border

A convoy of more than 200 Russian trucks Moscow says contains humanitarian aid for embattled eastern Ukraine arrived Thursday at the Ukrainian border.
JC Finley
Ferguson police name officer who shot Michael Brown

Ferguson police name officer who shot Michael Brown

Police named Darren Wilson as the Ferguson police officer who shot and killed unarmed teen Michael Brown on Saturday.
Gabrielle Levy

Men charged with abuse of corpse for digging up relatives' ashes

Three men who moved two relatives' ashes from one cemetery in Maine to another have been charged with abuse of a corpse.
Frances Burns
Missing Amish sisters found safe in New York State

Missing Amish sisters found safe in New York State

Two Amish sisters were found safe a day after they were apparently abducted from their family's roadside stand in a New York town near the Canadian border.
Frances Burns
Secret Service agents hate Hillary Clinton assignment, book claims

Secret Service agents hate Hillary Clinton assignment, book claims

A new book claiming to reveal behind-the-scenes details of the Secret Service says protecting Hillary Clinton is the worst assignment an agent can get.
Gabrielle Levy
Greta Van Susteren on why she 'regrets' time spent covering the OJ Simpson trial

Greta Van Susteren on why she 'regrets' time spent covering the OJ Simpson trial

Fox News anchor Greta Van Susteren reveals her "regret" over the time she spent covering OJ Simpson's murder trial in 1994, rather than the genocide in Rwanda.
Veronica Linares
Ferguson protests turn peaceful with new State Patrol in charge

Ferguson protests turn peaceful with new State Patrol in charge

Protests in Ferguson took on a new tone Thursday evening as Mo. State Patrol Captain Ron Johnson took charge, marching with demonstrators.
Gabrielle Levy
Guinea declares national emergency in response to Ebola outbreak

Guinea declares national emergency in response to Ebola outbreak

Guinea's President Alpha Conde declared a national health emergency on Wednesday in response to the outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus.
JC Finley
Mega Millions jackpot jumps to $144 million

Mega Millions jackpot jumps to $144 million

Friday's Mega Millions drawing jackpot increases to $144 million with an $84 million cash option.
Danielle Haynes
White House commends Iraqi PM Maliki on resignation decision

White House commends Iraqi PM Maliki on resignation decision

The White House commended Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki on his decision to resign so that government formation could move forward.
JC Finley
Democratic Rep. introduces bill to demilitarize police post Ferguson

Democratic Rep. introduces bill to demilitarize police post Ferguson

Rep. Hank Johnson, D-Ga. announced plans to introduce the "Stop Militarizing Law Enforcement Act" after protests in Ferguson, Missouri were met with force.
JC Sevcik
Great white shark attempts to bite boat engine off Australian coast

Great white shark attempts to bite boat engine off Australian coast

Passengers on a boat off the coast of Portland, Australia got a surprise when a shark attempted to bite its engine.
Aileen Graef
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