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Obama Sending 350 More Troops to Iraq
President Obama has authorized another 350 U.S. military personnel to be sent to Iraq, the White House announced on Tuesday evening.
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Boy With Brain Tumor's Jailed Parents Freed
Brett and Naghemeh King were met by two cars as they left the Soto del Real prison, about 40 kilometers (24 miles) outside Madrid, after dark Tuesday.
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U.S. to Test DNA from Somalia Terror Strike Victims
The U.S. military launched an airstrike in Somalia targeting the leader of the al Qaeda-affiliated group behind the Kenya mall massacre on Monday.
ISIS Kills Second American Hostage Steven Sotloff
The Islamic militant group ISIS executes American journalist Steven Sotloff in a video that surfaced soon after his mother delivered a plea for mercy.
Amid ISIS Threat, U.S. Strikes Target Terror Leader in Somalia
As U.S. forces carry out a military operation in Somalia aimed at terrorist group al-Shabab, the threats the U.S. faces across the region intensify.
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NBC News Exclusive Interview With Ebola Survivor Dr. Brantly
In an NBC News exclusive, Matt Lauer sits down with Dr. Kent Brantly, the American doctor who contracted the Ebola virus while working in Liberia.
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Another American Doctor Diagnosed With Ebola in Liberia
Dr. Nancy Snyderman
This Ebola outbreak has infected more than 3,000 people so far, and the World Health Organization expects that number to climb to as many as 20,000.
Who Is the British Hostage ISIS Threatens in Video?
David Cawthorne Haines is a former British soldier who was "very familiar with insecure locations," says an aid official who knows him.
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ISIS Beheads Second American, Monitoring Group Says
A monitoring group said ISIS had beheaded an American captive, Steven Joel Sotloff.
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NBC News Special Report on Latest Video Evidence
NBC's Brian Williams and Andrea Mitchell report on a new ISIS video, which reportedly shows the execution of American journalist Steven Sotloff.
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Chernobyl's Legacy: Radioactive Wild Boars Roam Germany
The explosion at the Ukrainian plant spread a radioactive cloud over Europe in 1986.
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NATO Plans Rapid-Response Force to Thwart Russia
The force would be made up of 4,000 troops who could easily mobilize in Eastern Europe against any potential Russian aggression.
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Lava Pours From Iceland Volcano
New video released by Britain's Cambridge University provides a close-up look of the Holuhran lava field in Iceland.
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Lava Gushes From Iceland Volcano
Fountains of lava up to 200-feet high spurt from a fissure in the ground on the north side of the Bardarbunga volcano in Iceland.
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Boy With Brain Tumor's Jailed Parents Could Be Freed
British prosecutors are seeking to withdraw a European arrest warrant against the parents of five-year-old brain tumor patient Ashya King.
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CEO Resigns After Being Accused of Abusing Puppy
Video allegedly showed Desmond Hague kicking the dog in a Vancouver elevator.
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Who Did U.S. Target In Somalia Terror Strike?
Ahmed Abdi Godane is the ruthless leader of al-Shabab, the al-Qaedea linked group that claimed responsibility for Kenya's Westgate mall attack.
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Nailing 'Garbage Patch' Polluters: Math Might Help
A new mathematical model could provide the tool needed to track down who's flushing plastic into the oceans, killing fish, birds and sea turtles.
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Five Shells Land Nearby and 'Nobody Bats an Eyelid'
An NBC News crew travelling in eastern Ukraine got a firsthand taste Tuesday of how commonplace the violence rocking the region has become.
Under the Sea: Tourists Have Fish Over Dinner
Tourists have dinner as fish swim around them, at the Tianjin Haichang Polar Ocean World in China.
Dutch Artist Creates Giant White Rabbit in Taiwan
The Dutch artist who made famous the giant yellow ducky has created another huge animal for Taiwan's arts festival — a massive white rabbit, measuring 82-feet tall and crafted out of weatherproof paper.
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Apologize or I'll Keep Crown, Ex-Beauty Queen Says
A dethroned beauty queen said she won't return her bejeweled $100,000 crown until pageant organizers apologize for calling her a liar and a thief.
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Did Putin Say Russia Could 'Take Kiev in Two Weeks'?
Russian President Vladimir Putin was quoted as saying he could capture Kiev in two weeks.
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Jury to Decide Fates of Blackwater Gunmen
A shooting that killed or injured more than 30 Iraqis during the Iraq war is now in a federal U.S. jury's hands, and is reopening old wounds.
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