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Monday, September 22, 2014
Fighting raged in the Yemeni capital on Sunday despite an announcement by the U.N. envoy that pro-government forces and Shiite rebels were poised to sign a deal.
Thousands of Russians were expected Sunday to protest against the Kremlin's aggression against Ukraine, in the first major anti-war rally since fighting in the ex-Soviet country erupted in April.
Indirect talks between Israelis and Palestinians on consolidating the Gaza truce are set to resume in Cairo Wednesday, two days after new reconciliation negotiations between Fatah and Hamas, officials said.
100,000 Syrian Kurds fleeing Islamic State flood into Turkey
More than 100,000 Syrian Kurds fleeing advancing Islamic State jihadists have poured across the border into Turkey since Ankara opened up its southern frontier on Friday, the country's deputy prime minister said.
A central Kentucky firefighter injured in an “ice bucket challenge” has died a month after a power line shocked him and another man.
The European Commission was among possible targets for jihadist fighters returning from Syria, reports said Saturday, as the Belgian authorities cracked down in an effort to thwart extremist attacks.
Liberia announced plans Sunday for a huge increase in beds for Ebola patients in its overwhelmed capital Monrovia, raising the number from around 250 to 1,000 by the end of October.
More nude celebrity photos, purportedly including reality star Kim Kardashian, circulated social media Saturday, in what appeared to be the second massive hacking-related leak in less than a month, U.S. media reported.
British PM targets 'unfairness' left by Scottish vote
British Prime Minister David Cameron insisted on Sunday that further devolution promised to Scotland could not leave England “overridden,” as initial relief over the Scottish people's decision to reject independence gave way to squabbling over powers.
The U.S. Secret Service said Saturday it has launched a comprehensive review of White House security procedures after an intruder scaled a fence, sprinted across the lawn and entered the presidential residence.
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