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'Real Possibility' Scots Will Vote to Leave U.K.: Poll
A new poll suggests that support for Scottish independence has surged as the country prepares to vote on whether or not to remain part of the U.K.
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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.
WATCH: First Glimpse of Van Der Sloot's New Prison Home
Joran van der Sloot is serving a 28-year sentence for murder and is also suspected of killing American teen Natalee Holloway in 2005.
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Mosquito Mystery: Tokyo Park Linked to Rare Outbreak
All 34 people who reportedly became infected with the virus had visited the popular Yoyogi Park in central Tokyo, health ministry officials said.
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'Keep a Low Profile' in Pakistan, State Department Warns
“Hundreds of people have been reported injured and at least three people reportedly killed since protests turned violent,” the State Department says.
Lawmaker Leaps From Roof to Escape Assassins
Mohamed Ali Nasri told reporters that about five gunmen attacked his house in Kasserine, Tunisia. He suffered a broken leg but no bullet wounds.
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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.
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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Putin Power Play: Will He Go After the Baltic States Next?
President Barack Obama will travel to Estonia on Wednesday to stress U.S. solidarity with the Baltic states.
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U.S. Launches Airstrike Against Islamist Rebels in Somalia
The U.S. was still working to confirm who may have been killed, but officials said top leader Ahmed Abdi Godane was believed to have been the target.
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Season's Fifth Tropical Depression Forms in Gulf
If it reaches tropical storm strength, the weather system, which is headed for the Mexican coast, would be named Dolly.
Libyan Militia Celebrate at U.S. Embassy Pool
As Libya plunges deeper into chaos, militants storm part of the U.S. Embassy compound in Tripoli.
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Ukraine Close to 'Full Scale War'
Two U.S. senators are calling for arms shipments to the Ukraine as the country’s president issues a warning that they are on the brink of war with Russia.
British PM: Police Need Power to Seize Passports in ISIS Fight
British Prime Minister David Cameron is calling for a new law to give police enhanced powers to keep suspected Islamist extremists from traveling in and out of the U.K.
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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.
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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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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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.
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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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