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Parents of Boy With Brain Tumor Fight Extradition
The parents say they want to give their 5 year-old-boy with a brain tumor the best chance to live with a treatment they read about on the Internet.
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Americans Detained in North Korea Plead for U.S. Help
Jeffrey Fowle, Mathew Miller and Kenneth Bae made the plea to The Associated Press and CNN.
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Pachyderm Polo Aims to Help Beleaguered Elephants
A weekend charity tournament scored a goal for Thailand's often-mistreated elephants.
WATCH: What It's Like to Ride World's Fastest Zipline
NBC News' Jamieson Lesko flies headfirst at speeds of up to 100mph over a former slate quarry in Wales.
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Major Shift: Germany to Arm Anti-ISIS Forces in Iraq
“The far-reaching destabilization of an entire region affects Germany and Europe,” Chancellor Angela Merkel said in a speech to parliament.
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Airport Bomb Plot Foiled in Manila, Officials Say
A bid to plant car-bombs at the Philippines' main airport and a nearby shopping mall was foiled on Monday, authorities said.
Miracle at Sea: 25 Survive Navy Chopper Crash
The sailors and marines had been at a training site in Djibouti when the Super Stallion helicopter crashed.
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U.N. Launches Human Rights Probe of ISIS 'Monster'
The $1.2 million fact-finding mission will investigate atrocities against civilians.
Germany's Strongman Run Draws Nearly Thousands of Runners
Nearly two-thousand runners competed in the extreme race jumping, running, and swimming through eleven different obstacles in Ferropolis, Germany.
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Fifty Tons of Dead Fish Wash Up in Mexican Lake
Mexican authorities are investigating after thousands of fish died from unknown causes.
David Cameron: We Need New Powers to Deal With Terrorist Threat
While addressing the British House of Commons, Prime Minister Cameron laid out his plan for dealing with Islamic extremism. Cameron claims the country needs an approach that will allow it to tackle all forms of extremism.
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ISIS Threat: Brits Give Police Power to Seize Passports
British Prime Minister David Cameron told parliament that police can seize the passports of suspected militants en route to Syria or Iraq.
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Iraqi Leader Hails Resilience Against 'Beasts and Killers'
Iraq's outgoing prime minister traveled to a small northern Shiite town Monday, praising its residents for fending off attacks by Sunni militants.
Shiite and Kurdish Forces End ISIS Occupation of Sulaiman Pek
Shiite militia and Kurdish peshmerga fighters have ended three months of ISIS occupation of Sulaiman Pek, six miles from Amirli.
Militants Make a Splash in Vacant U.S. Embassy in Libya
New video has surfaced of an Islamic militia apparently securing a US embassy in Libya that was abandoned about a month ago. NBC’s Bill Neely reports.
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'Painful' Move: Fukushima to Store Radioactive Soil
"In order for Fukushima's speedy recovery, I have made the painful decision to allow for the construction work," Governor Yuhei Sato says.
Dad Stabs Three Kids to Death on First Day of School
A man with a knife killed three children in a primary school in China on Monday, the first day of a new school term after the summer holiday.
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TV Screens Go Blank as Protesters Seize Network's HQ
Pakistan's PTV channel and its English-language PTV World service were taken off the air Monday after protesters stormed its headquarters.
Activists Clash With Police in Hong Kong
Pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong strive with police in an attempt to disrupt a speech by a senior Beijing official.
Protesters Force Pakistan's State TV Off the Air
TV news channels report as anti-government protesters storm the HQ of Pakistan TV in Islamabad.
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'Stockpile Toilet Paper,' Japan's Government Says
A message Japan began delivering Monday is a bit unusual, but true enough: Don't wait until it's too late to think about toilet paper.
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Why Oktoberfest Fans May Not Be So Thirsty This Year
Beer tents at the world-famous Munich Oktoberfest may face a pretzel shortage this year after local bakers threatened to go on strike.
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Ukraine Slams Russia's 'Direct and Open Aggression'
Ukraine's president said Russia's involvement radically changed the balance against Kiev in its fight against pro-Russia separatists.
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U.S. Rebukes Israel Over West Bank Land Appropriation
"We urge the government of Israel to reverse this decision,” a State Department official said in Washington,
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