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ISIS Militants Claim to Execute American Photojournalist
Foley was kidnapped at gunpoint near the town of Taftanaz in northern Syria on Thanksgiving Day in 2012.
Kidnapped American James Foley Apparently Executed by ISIS
ISIS claims to have beheaded an American journalist and has threatened the life of another if President Obama doesn't stop airstrikes in Iraq.
Ebola Virus Outbreak
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Liberian Child With Suspected Ebola Clings to Life
Saah Exco was one of the patients pulled out of a center for people suspected of contracting Ebola when the facility was overrun on Saturday.
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Three of Pope Francis' Family Members Die in Car Crash
"The Pope has been informed and he is painfully sorry," a spokesman for the pontiff said. "He asks for everyone who share his grief to pray with him".
Middle East Unrest
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Israel Bombs Gaza After Rockets Shatter Truce
The military said that three rockets landed on open fields near the city of Beersheba and did not cause any casualties.
Middle East Unrest
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Smoke Over Gaza as Israeli Palestinian Ceasefire Ends
Smoke from what appears to be rocket fire rises over Gaza. A newly extended ceasefire ended after the Israeli military claimed at least three rockets were launched from the Gaza strip.
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Big Ben Gets Its Clock Cleaned
A team of technicians descend London's famous landmark by rope to clean and inspect its four clock faces.
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The penthouse has a kitchen on each floor, five bedrooms, a private home-cinema, sauna and a swimming pool -- and a whopping price tag.
Nobel-Nominated 'Lioness of Iran' Dies at 87
Nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature, Simin Behbahani was nicknamed the "Lioness of Iran" for what admirers saw as courage in the face of censorship.
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Video Shows Suspected ISIS Fighters After Capture
British television releases video of what it claims are three ISIS fighters captured by Kurdish forces in an undisclosed location in Iraq.
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Suitcase Murder Victim Begins Journey Back to U.S.
The half-naked corpse of 62-year-old Sheila Von Weise-Mack was found stuffed in a suitcase in the back of a taxi.
Body of Woman Stuffed in Suitcase Leaves Bali Morgue
A coffin containing the body of 62 year-old Sheila Von Wiese-Macke leaves the morgue at the Sanglah hospital in Bali.
Rocket Carrying Powerful HD Satellite Blasts Off
A rocket carrying China's most advanced HD observation satellite departs Taiyaun Tuesday. The satellite is capable of seeing a 3-foot-long object in full color.
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Pakistan Braces as Thousands Threaten 'Red Zone'
Country's opposition has been trying to force Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from power.
Why Not to Be Caught With Hashish in Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia executed four men for possession of hashish on Monday, official media reported.
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'Thank You, America': Kurds Rejoice After Key Victory
Kurdish intelligence chief Masrour Barzani, son of the president of the semi-autonomous region of Kurdistan, described the dam as a “nuclear weapon.”
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Palestinians See 'No Progress' as Truce Clock Ticks
Senior leader of President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement says there has been "no progress on any point" in talks aimed at resolving the Gaza conflict.
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Hollywood Star's Son Snared by China's Drug Crackdown
China is turning up the heat in a high-profile crackdown on drugs that has now ensnared the son of Hong Kong kung fu movie star Jackie Chan.
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Unfriendly Skies: Feds Ban Flights Over Syria
FAA cites extremist groups equipped with anti-aircraft weapons that could pose a serious threat.
Michael Brown Shooting
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Pot, Meet Kettle? Egypt Urges 'Restraint' in Ferguson
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry's statement on the unrest in Ferguson read similarly to one issued by the U.S. in July 2013.
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Badly Burned Bodies Retrieved From Refugee Convoy
The Kiev military blamed the attack on the rebels, but they have denied responsibility.
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Saddam's Hometown Targeted by Iraqi Troops: Source
Invigorated by United States airstrikes, the Iraqi army is pushing to retake the town of Tikrit from the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham (ISIS).
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Pope Francis: I Might Quit One Day
Pope Francis said his predecessor Pope Benedict XVI had opened the door for papal resignations with his decision to stand down last year.
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U.S. Airstrikes Help Iraqis and Kurds Retake Mosul Dam
After renewed U.S. airstrikes in Iraq, NBC News’ Bill Neely reports follows in the tracks of ISIS militants on their retreat from Mosul dam.
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