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Moscow transmission tower painted colors of Ukraine flag in apparent act of solidarity

Moscow transmission tower painted colors of Ukraine flag in apparent act of solidarity

A transmission tower in Moscow has been painted yellow and blue, the colors of the Ukrainian flag, in an apparent act of solidarity with Ukraine.
JC Finley
Interpol condemns Foley murder

Interpol condemns Foley murder

The head of Interpol called for an global response to the murder of journalist James Foley by Islamic State militants.
Ed Adamczyk
Doctor with Ebola expected to be released from Atlanta hospital

Doctor with Ebola expected to be released from Atlanta hospital

The American doctor being treated for Ebola at an Atlanta hospital has recovered and is expected to leave the hospital Thursday.
Gabrielle Levy
After major delays, Ukraine begins customs inspection of Russian aid trucks

After major delays, Ukraine begins customs inspection of Russian aid trucks

The Ukrainian government announced Thursday that the customs clearance process for the first batch of Russian aid trucks has begun.
JC Finley
U.S. attempted rescue of James Foley, ISIS demanded $132M ransom

U.S. attempted rescue of James Foley, ISIS demanded $132M ransom

Ahead of this week's grisly execution of journalist James Foley, the U.S. failed in a rescue attempt after his captors demanded millions in ransom.
Gabrielle Levy
Amanda Curtis launches Montana Senate campaign after Walsh bows out

Amanda Curtis launches Montana Senate campaign after Walsh bows out

With less than 11 weeks to go, Amanda Curtis, a high school math teacher and single-term Montana state legislator, is kicking off her campaign for U.S. Senate.
Gabrielle Levy
Top Hamas commanders killed in Israeli airstrikes in Gaza

Top Hamas commanders killed in Israeli airstrikes in Gaza

Israeli airstrikes killed three Hamas commanders overnight Wednesday as peace negotiations between Israel and Gaza showed no sign of restarting.
Gabrielle Levy
Ukrainian PM Yatsenyuk insists Indepdence Day celebration will go forward

Ukrainian PM Yatsenyuk insists Indepdence Day celebration will go forward

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk reaffirmed Wednesday that Independence Day celebrations will be held on August 24, and called for increased security.
JC Finley
New York Times reporter ordered to leave Afghanistan

New York Times reporter ordered to leave Afghanistan

On Wednesday, the Afghan attorney general's office notified New York Times correspondent Matthew Rosenberg that he must depart Afghanistan within 24 hours.
JC Finley
David Cameron: 'Increasingly likely' jihadist in Foley video is British citizen

David Cameron: 'Increasingly likely' jihadist in Foley video is British citizen

U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said Wednesday that the jihadist who beheaded American journalist James Foley is likely a British citizen.
Aileen Graef
Nigeria's soccer headquarters goes up in smoke

Nigeria's soccer headquarters goes up in smoke

Fire broke out Wednesday at the Nigeria Football Federation headquarters building in Abuja.
JC Finley
Russia, Ukraine give ICRC necessary security guarantees for aid convoy

Russia, Ukraine give ICRC necessary security guarantees for aid convoy

Russian aid vehicles destined for eastern Ukraine may soon be on the move after the Red Cross confirmed receipt of security guarantees from Kiev and Moscow.
JC Finley
Holder: 'Change is coming' to Ferguson after shooting

Holder: 'Change is coming' to Ferguson after shooting

Eric Holder landed in Ferguson, Mo., Wednesday as a grand jury was expected to hear evidence in the case against Darren Wilson in the shooting of Michael Brown.
Gabrielle Levy
Five detained Tibetans die in Chinese custody

Five detained Tibetans die in Chinese custody

Five Tibetan protesters died while in police custody after a protest in the Sichuan province of China, according to Tibet's government-in-exile.
Ed Adamczyk
Man faints on Shanghai metro, passengers jump out of car

Man faints on Shanghai metro, passengers jump out of car

A man passed out on the Shanghai metro, but passengers on the crowded car did not rush to help -- they ran away instead.
Aileen Graef
George W. Bush does ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

George W. Bush does ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Former President George W. Bush was dunked for the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and passed the duty on to his predecessor President Bill Clinton.
Aileen Graef
U.S. Supreme Court stays gay marriage in Virginia

U.S. Supreme Court stays gay marriage in Virginia

Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage remained in force after the U.S. Supreme Court stayed a ruling that clerks must begin to issue marriage licenses.
Frances Burns
Argentina attempts debt swap to pay creditors locally

Argentina attempts debt swap to pay creditors locally

Argentina announced a proposed debt swap Tuesday to avoid a U.S. court ruling that pushed the country into default.
Ed Adamczyk

Florida corrections chief announces prison reforms

Inmate deaths in Florida prisons will be investigated by an outside agency, Corrections Secretary Mike Crews announced Wednesday.
Frances Burns
Obama denounces Islamic State execution video, reaffirms military action in Iraq

Obama denounces Islamic State execution video, reaffirms military action in Iraq

President Barack Obama, speaking from Martha's Vineyward, said "the entire world is appalled by the brutal murder of Jim Foley by the terrorist group, ISIL."
JC Finley
North Korea insults John Kerry on his appearance

North Korea insults John Kerry on his appearance

North Korea called U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry a wolf with a "hideous lantern jaw" through a Korean language news dispatch.
Aileen Graef
Chris Christie flips at town hall attendee over Bruce Springsteen

Chris Christie flips at town hall attendee over Bruce Springsteen

If there's one thing Chris Christie won't stand for, it's someone challenging his love for Bruce Springsteen.
Gabrielle Levy
Foreign press ridicules U.S. police tactics in Ferguson

Foreign press ridicules U.S. police tactics in Ferguson

Derision, aimed at police tactics in Ferguson, Mo., is coming from nations with strong authoritarian backgrounds and weak histories of human rights protection.
Ed Adamczyk
Firefighters bringing latest blaze near Yosemite under control

Firefighters bringing latest blaze near Yosemite under control

A wildfire that forced hundreds of people from the homes near California's Yosemite National Park was being brought under control Wednesday, officials said.
Frances Burns
NATO soldier stabbed, killed near Kabul airport

NATO soldier stabbed, killed near Kabul airport

A coalition service member in Afghanistan was stabbed to death early Wednesday near the Kabul airport.
Ed Adamczyk
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