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French Police Shoot Dead Knife-Wielding Man

Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve confirmed the attacker had shouted "Allahu Akbar" during the attack, which he said was "extremely violent."

Sparkling Holiday Lights Brighten the Season

Festive lights spread cheer around the globe.

North Korea Demands Joint Probe With U.S. Into Sony Hack

North Korea proposed a joint investigation with the United States on the cyberattack against Sony Pictures on Saturday.

Four Guantanamo Prisoners Are Going Back to Afghanistan

The United States has returned four Afghans from Guantanamo Bay back to their home country.

Adoring Crowd Surrounds Kim Jong Un in North Korea

Kim Jong Un was mobbed by an emotional crowd during his visit to a textile mill.

This Pub Spends $1700 a Week to Power Christmas Lights

More than 35,000 Christmas lights dangle from the ceiling and twinkle on the walls at England's Hanging Gate Pub.

N. Korea to Boost 'Nuclear Power' to Stop U.S. Invasion

North Korea vowed on Saturday to boost its "nuclear power" to counter Washington's hostile policy.

Images Show Widespread Looting At Syrian Landmarks

Conflict in Syria has given looters the opportunity to run free among the country's most valuable archaeological sites, satellite imagery shows.

Israel Bombs Hamas in Gaza

The bombing by Israel were the first since a truce was brokered between Israel and militants in Gaza in August.

Australian Mom Arrested in Deaths of 8 Children

Police said the 37-year-old woman was "lucid" and had not been formally charged in the deaths of eight children, between 18 months and 14 years old.

State Department Issues Worldwide Travel Alert for Americans

Citing the deadly hostage standoff in Sydney, Australia, the State Department has issued a worldwide travel alert for American citizens.

German Christmas Markets Dazzle Millions

Lights, Kugels, ornaments and cheer attract millions of visitors to traditional Christmas markets.

Obama: Change Will Come to Cuba In 'Fits and Starts'

During his year-end address, President Obama comments on the prospect of new diplomacy opportunities with Cuba.

Plans To Send 'The Interview' into North Korea Using Balloons

Activists have used balloons to send anti-regime messages over the closed North Korean border. They plan to release the controversial comedy, "The Interview," using the same method.

Plans To Send "The Interview" into North Korea with Balloons

Activists have used balloons to send anti-regime messages over the closed North Korean border. They plan to release the controversial comedy, "The Interview," using the same method.

Watch Kangaroo Punch Drone Out of Sky

A kangaroo delivers a knockout blow to a surveillance drone hovering above its herd in Hunter Valley, Australia.

Horrific School Massacre Divides Militant Groups

The massacre of innocent schoolchildren in Peshawar, Pakistan, earlier this week divided militant groups who had seemed hardened to violence.

Turkey Seeks Arrest Warrant for U.S.-Based Cleric

Turkey moved a step closer to issuing an arrest warrant for U.S.-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen Friday.

Egyptian Group and Al Qaeda Figure Named as Terrorists

The distinction freezes assets and blocks Americans from transactions with those designated global terrorists.

Outspoken Putin Critic Faces 10 Years in Jail

Putin foe Alexei Navalny should be imprisoned for 10 years for stealing $500,000, prosecutors in Russia said Friday/

Pope Jokes About Not Being Around for 2024 Olympics

Pope Francis wished Rome good luck in its bid to host 2024 Olympic Games, sparking laughter and applause when he added 'I won't be here.'

No Change at Guantanamo Under New Cuba Relationship

President Barack Obama vowed as a candidate to close Guantanamo, but 136 detainees in the U.S. campaign against terrorism are still housed there.

Pakistan Kills 77 Militants After School Massacre

Pakistan's army says it killed 77 militants in a northwestern tribal region near the Afghan border, days after Taliban fighters killed 148 people.

'Unspeakable': Eight Kids Found Dead in Australia Home

Eight children were found dead after a stabbing at their Australian home Friday, police said in what their country's prime minister described as an "unspeakable crime."

Engineers Get Bird's-Eye View of St. Peter's Square

Lighting engineers treated to unique views of Vatican as they installed new LEDs to illuminate St. Peter's Basilica, Nativity scene and Christmas tree.

Hundreds 'Liberated' After ISIS Ordeal on Mountain

Kurdish peshmerga fighters have fought their way to Iraq's Sinjar mountain and freed hundreds of Yazidis trapped there by Islamic State fighters, a Kurdish leader said Thursday

Rerun: Berlin's Going to Party Like It's 1989 (With 'The Hoff')

David Hasselhoff is set to make a homecoming of sorts when he performs in front of hundreds of thousands of people in Berlin.

American Christian Aid Worker Arrested in China

China arrested on Friday a Korean American Christian aid worker who was being held near the country's border with North Korea.

Brian Williams: Putin Talks Love, Economy, Holiday Cheer

At his annual press conference, which lasted for three hours, President Vladimir Putin touched on Russia's economic slump and his love life.

Kurdish Fighters 'Liberate Vast Areas' of Sinjar From ISIS

Peshmerga fighters reported to have freed hundreds of people, including Yazidis, trapped by ISIS fighters on Iraq's Mount Sinjar.


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