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U.N. Security Council Calls for Gaza Cease-Fire

The body called for "an immediate and unconditional humanitarian cease-fire" in the Gaza war at a meeting just after midnight Monday morning.

U.N. Security Council Calls for Gaza Cease-Fire

The body called for "an immediate and unconditional humanitarian cease-fire" in the Gaza war at a meeting just after midnight Monday morning.

Second American Diagnosed With Ebola in Liberia

A second U.S. citizen working in Liberia has tested positive for the Ebola virus, a charitable organization working in the county said on Sunday.

No More Truce: Israel and Hamas Resume Fighting in Gaza

"Due to Hamas' incessant rocket fire during the humanitarian window, we are renewing our aerial, naval and ground activity in Gaza."

Satellite Images Show Russia Firing Into Ukraine: U.S.

Satellite images released Sunday show what the U.S. Government says is evidence that Russian forces are firing into Ukraine in support of rebels.

Italian Soccer Big Calls African Players 'Banana Eaters'

Carlo Tavecchio caused a stir this weekend while discussing his suggestion that Italy implement England’s strict requirements for non-EU players.

Riders Zoom by Paris Icons to Wrap Up Tour de France

Vincenzo Nibali won the Tour de France on Sunday, becoming the first Italian in 16 years to triumph in cycling's greatest race.

Israel Rejects Blame for U.N. School Bombing

Militants fired at Israeli forces near the school, which provoked IDF to respond by sending mortars, Israel said Sunday.

Convert or Die: Has the Last Christian Left Mosul?

Samer Kamil Yacub, 70, was one of the few Christians to stay in Mosul beyond last Saturday's ISIS deadline. He may have been the last to leave alive.

Fighting Intensifies Near MH17 Crash Site in Ukraine

Ukrainian armed forces mounted a major onslaught against pro-Russian separatist fighters Sunday in an attempt to gain control over the area.

'Hopeful': American Doctor With Ebola in Africa Now Stable

An American doctor infected with the deadly Ebola disease received intensive treatment Sunday in West Africa and was in stable condition.

Boko Haram Kidnaps Wife of Cameroon's Vice PM

The wife of Cameroon's vice prime minister was kidnapped and at least three people were killed in an attack by Boko Haram militants on Sunday.

Search Ended for Father in Around-World Flight

The Coast Guard has suspended its search for the father who was with his teenage son on an around-the-world flight that was set to make history.

Analysis: Who Will Heed Hamas' Call for 'Third Intifada'?

With missiles once again pounding Gaza, calls are growing for Palestinians on the West Bank to rise up in arms against Israel.

'A Big Coffin': Brother Waits for Missing Concordia Crewman

Kevin Rebello can't mourn the loss of his brother, Russell, because the crewman's body was never recovered from the sunken Italian cruise ship.

U.S. Doctor Contracts Ebola in Liberia

Dr. Ken Brantly, treating patients there as part of a relief organization effort, recognized his symptoms and confined himself to an isolation ward.

Truce? Hamas Requests 24-Hour Break in Fighting

"Due to Hamas' incessant rocket fire during the humanitarian window, we are renewing our aerial, naval and ground activity in Gaza."

Dozens Dead: Clashes Continue Across Libya

The violence follows the U.S.’s announcement that it was evacuating its embassy in Libya, driving diplomats under heavy military escort.

Bodies Lie Waiting: Jet Crash Site Visit Put on Hold

Beyond retrieving bodies from the wreckage site, the investigation was on hold as fighting raged between the Ukrainian government and separatists.

End of the Line: Costa Concordia Wraps Up Tragic Voyage

The cruise liner's last stop came two-and-a-half years after it ran aground and sank near the Tuscan island of Giglio, killing 32 people.

End of the Line: Costa Concordia Wraps Up Tragic Voyage

The cruise liner's final voyage comes two-and-a-half years after it ran aground and sank near the Tuscan island of Giglio, killing 32 people.

'Incessant Rocket Fire': Israel Restarts Gaza Offensive as Hamas Rejects Truce

"Due to Hamas' incessant rocket fire during the humanitarian window, we are renewing our aerial, naval and ground activity in Gaza."

'Incessant Rocket Fire': Israel Restarts Gaza Offensive as Hamas Rejects Truce

"Due to Hamas' incessant rocket fire during the humanitarian window, we are renewing our aerial, naval and ground activity in Gaza."

Israel Resumes Fighting in Gaza as Truce Breaks Down

"Due to flagrant violations of humanitarian remission by Hamas, the IDF is now resuming offensive activities," spokesman Peter Lerner said in a tweet.

Ukraine Claims Success Against Pro-Russia Separatists

Ukrainian forces appear to have gained some momentum recently by retaking control of territory from the rebels.

Pope Renews Attack on Mafia in Polluted Region of Italy

Pope Francis called for nature to be protected in a polluted region of Italy near Naples, blaming "corruption" for illegal dumping there.

Israeli Troops Reunite With Families During Cease-fire

Israeli soldiers reunited with their families during a cease-fire with Gaza on Saturday.

Nigerian Officials Race to Stop Spread of Ebola

The death of a man from Ebola in Nigeria has demonstrated how easily people can transport the disease via air travel, raising fears of a growing outbreak.

'Enough Is Enough': Israeli Kibbutz Reacts to Gaza Conflict

With rockets landing in their community, Micha and Pnina Ben-Hillel watch as the Gazan conflict changes their way of life.

Man Behind 'Bomb Canada' Plane Panic Out On Bail

Ali Shahi's family said he has a history of mental illness. The 25-year-old forced a plane to be diverted when he shouted 'Bomb Canada.'


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