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Mom of Son Who Joined ISIS Wants to Save Others

Christianne Boudreau's son, Damien, was killed after traveling to Syira to fight with ISIS.

Dozens Die When Bomb Hits Afghans Waiting to be Paid

At least 36 people were killed and more than 110 injured after a suicide attacker detonated near a crowd of Afghans waiting to withdraw their salaries.

Yemen's Government Rejects Iranian Peace Plan

"The goal of the initiative is only a political maneuver," a spokesman for Yemen's government said of the peace proposal submitted to the U.N.

Iraqi Forces Retake Most of Oil Refinery From ISIS

The Iraqi forces killed about 50 militants in the attack and destroyed some of their vehicles, Iraqi sources said.

Zebras Run Wild Through City Streets

Three zebras escaped from a ranch on the outskirts of Brussels and were on the loose in the Belgian capital for over an hour before being captured by city authorities.

Britain's Election Is Closest Race In a 'Generation'

Britain is less than three weeks away from its closest general election for almost a quarter of a century.

Teens Planned Attack on Veterans' Day Ceremony: Cops

Five Australian teenagers were arrested Saturday on suspicion of plotting an Islamic State group-inspired terrorist attack at a Veterans' Day ceremony.

Why College Massacre May Leave 650,000 Homeless

The massacre at a Kenyan college which left almost 150 people dead may be about to spark a full-fledged humanitarian crisis.

Worst Sandstorm in Years Chokes China

A sandstorm hits portions of northwest China, reducing visibility to less than 50 yards in some areas. The sand and dust is likely to stay in the Xinjiang region for a few more days.

'Out of Control': Violence Rocks Mexican Border City

Gunfights broke out and vehicles were set ablaze in one of Mexico's biggest cities along the U.S. border, after a cartel leader was arrested.

Dozens Die When Bomb Hits Afghans Waiting to be Paid

At least 36 people were killed and more than 110 injured after a suicide attacker detonated near a crowd of Afghans waiting to withdraw their salaries.

Born in the USA: Inside the Minds of ISIS Wannabes

A new study says U.S. residents accused of supporting the terror gang are drawn in by the fantasy, and not necessarily an urge to attack Americans.

Burned Migrants Rescued from Sinking Dinghy

Desperate migrants, some suffering burns from a gas canister explosion, were left to fend for themselves in a rubber dinghy by callous people traffickers. Yet again, the Italian coastguard came to the rescue.

French Troops Parachute in for Boko Haram Fight

Video on board a French military plane shows paratroopers being dropped into Niger to help with the battle against Islamist militants.

American Among Wounded in Deadly Erbil Bombing: Official

ISIS has claimed responsibility for the deadly car bomb attack in front of the U.S. Consulate that killed at least two people.

Ohio's Syria-Trained Terror Suspect a 'Normal Kid'?

Defense attorney Sam Shamansky says his client, Syrian-trained terror suspect Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud, speaks outside of an Ohio courtroom Friday about his client. Mohamud is suspected of wanting to help the terrorist group Al-Nusrah Front and kill Americans.

What Possesses People to Sign Up For an Exorcism Class?

The Vatican was this week holding a course about exorcism amid a burgeoning interest in the practice and the occult in general.

Global Worries Rattle Stocks; Dow Drops 250

The Dow Jones industrial average plunged 250 points in midday trade.

Saddam's Deputy Killed Near Tikrit: Iraqi Officials

Iraqi officials said they believe that government forces on Friday killed Saddam Hussein's former deputy, Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri.

Pope Weighs Cuba Visit During U.S. Trip: Vatican

Pope Francis is considering a visit to Cuba when he travels to the United States later this year, the Vatican said Friday.

Police Fire Rubber Bullets To Counter Anti-Immigrant Turmoil

Businesses owned by foreigners and accommodation hostels targeted by locals, prompting Johannesburg police to use force to keep protesters apart.

Bloomberg Suffers Worldwide Terminal Outage

Bloomberg's trading terminal experienced an outage on Friday morning, with some users saying they were unable to perform their usual trading activity.

Christians Thrown Overboard to Their Deaths

Italian police arrested 15 African men suspected of throwing about a dozen Christians from a migrant boat in the Mediterranean.

U.S. Amputee Vet Looking Forward To Climbing Mount Everest

29-year-old Charlie Linville will attempt to scale Everest to inspire others. He lost his right leg and several fingers in an Afghanistan explosion.

Syrian Brothers Describe Ordeal at Hands of People Smugglers

Iyla described tortuous journey from Libyan coast across Mediterranean Sea towards Europe. Twin brother Mohammed explained why they made it.

Al Qaeda Seizes Airport, Oil Terminal, Military Base

Al Qaeda's branch in Yemen consolidated control over much of the country's largest province on Thursday.

Design for 'Star Wars' Themed Jet Unveiled by Japanese Airline

Artist's impression of how All Nippon Airlines plans to dress Boeing 787 as Star Wars droid R2-D2 in homage to movie franchise.

A Glimpse of the Pakistan You Don't See on 'Homeland'

According to the writers on "Homeland," Pakistan is full of terrorists with wild beards, invisible women cloaked in burqas and urban squalor.

China Jails Journalist Accused of Leaking State Secrets

Gao Yu, 71, who was tried behind closed doors in Beijing, was convicted on a charge of providing state secrets to foreign contacts, her lawyer said.

Cat Play and a Close Call: The Week in Pictures

A tornado wreaks havoc, a stranger comes to the rescue, a kitten attacks and more.


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