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'A Reason to Run': For Two Men, the Road Leads to Ferguson

Ray Mills and Londrelle Hall ran and walked all the way from Atlanta to Ferguson, arriving in a pouring rain at the site of Michael Brown’s death.

'Ground Zero': Tracking Heroin From Colombia to U.S. Streets

Heroin is flooding American cities along the Eastern Seaboard starting from a remote, rugged area in Colombia's Andes Mountains.

Putin May Run Again but Won't Be President for Life

Russia's Vladimir Putin hasn't decided to seek another term as president, but he says being leader indefinitely could be detrimental to his country.

Tunisia Votes for First Freely Elected President

Tunisians are voting on their first freely elected president, a major step in the nation's transition to full democracy following a 2011 revolution.

'Ground Zero': Tracking Heroin From Colombia to America's Streets

Heroin is flooding American cities along the Eastern Seaboard starting from a remote, rugged area in Colombia's Andes Mountains.

Tunisia Votes for First Freely Elected President

Tunisians are voting on their first freely elected president, a major step in the nation's transition to full democracy following a 2011 revolution.

Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 49 at Afghan Volleyball Game

A suicide bomber walked into a crowd of spectators at a volleyball game in eastern Afghanistan and detonated his explosives vest on Sunday.

Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 47 at Afghan Volleyball Game

A suicide bomber walked into a crowd of spectators at a volleyball game in eastern Afghanistan and detonated his explosives vest on Sunday.

Dutch Complete Recovery of MH17 Wreckage: Government

A week long operation to clear the wreckage from the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in Ukraine has been completed.

Iran Hardliners Protest Nuke Talks on Eve of Deadline

Hardline students took to the streets of Tehran to demand their government not cave in the face of Western pressure over their nuclear deal.

Hallelujah: Pope Francis Declares Six New Saints

Pope Francis conferred sainthood on two Indians and four Italians on Sunday, praising their "creative" commitment to helping the poor.

Titanic Endeavor: Boy Builds Ship Out of Legos

A boy in Reykjavik, Iceland, is almost finished building a replica of the Titanic out of Legos. He began the 56,000 piece project in May and Legoland has said it will be the biggest ship ever made using Legos.

Thousands of Monks Flood Bangkok Streets

Thousands of Buddhist monks participated in a mass alms-offering ceremony in Bangkok's shopping district on Sunday.

Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 40 at Afghan Volleyball Game

A suicide bomber walked into a crowd of spectators at a volleyball game in eastern Afghanistan and detonated his explosives vest on Sunday.

'Shook So Hard': Dozens Injured in Japan Quake

At least 37 homes were destroyed in two villages, and 39 people were injured across the region, including seven seriously.

6.7 Magnitude Quake Rattles Japan

A 6.7 magnitude earthquake injures dozens of people in central Japan Saturday. Some of the hardest hit areas included the village of Hakuba, west of Nagano, where homes collapsed.

Israeli Cop Charged Over Palestinian Youth's Death

Nadim Nuwara, 17, was shot during a demonstration in May at which Palestinians hurled stones at Israeli forces in the occupied West Bank.

Historic: Tunisia Votes for First Freely-Elected Leader

Nearly 30 presidential candidates are running but Beji Caid Essebsi has emerged as a frontrunner alongside the current president.

How Much Is a Hitler Worth? Painting Fetches Thousands

The buyer was a private person from the Middle East who attended the sale in person, said Kathrin Weidler, head of the auction house.

37 Homes Collapse, Dozens Injured in Japan Quake

At least 37 homes were destroyed and 39 people were injured across the region, including seven seriously, mostly with broken bones, officials said.

Magnitude 6.8 Quake Hits Central Japan

The earthquake was felt across much of northern Japan and in Tokyo, about 125 miles southeast of Hakuba.

Magnitude 6.8 Quake Hits Central Japan: NHK

The earthquake was felt across much of northern Japan and in Tokyo, about 125 miles southeast of Hakuba.

'Difficult Talks' Remain Ahead of Iran Nuke Deadline

Secretary of State John Kerry says the nations are making “careful progress” toward a deal on an Iran nuclear program.

Why Are Chinese Investors Buying Up Detroit?

Detroit’s thousands of empty buildings are being flogged — and Chinese investors are answering the siren call of unbeatable deals.

'Difficult Talks' Remain Ahead of Iran Nuke Deadline

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met with Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Vienna for talks on Iran's nuclear program.

Islamists Claim Responsibility for Killing 28 in Kenya

Attackers ambushed a bus and killed 28 people early on Saturday in Mandera in northeast Kenya, police and the Ministry of Interior said.

Artist on Creating 'Nude Princess Kate'

Chicago-born artist 'Pegasus', often referred to as 'The American Banksy,' says he is a huge fan of the British royals, and that his creation should be treated as "an homage" to the Duchess.

Kerry Calls Allies As Clock Ticks on Iran Nuke Deal

Secretary of State John Kerry said he was calling and meeting with American allies on how to overcome obstacles to reach a nuclear deal with Iran.

Kerry Stays On at Iran Nuclear Talks as Clock Ticks

Iran and six world powers met in Vienna on Friday to reach what they hope will be a breakthrough on the Islamic republic's nuclear program.

'Violent Incidents': U.S. Warns on Mexican Resort Town

The American embassy in Mexico has advised U.S. citizens to avoid Acapulco, a Pacific coastal resort once known for hosting glamorous jet-setters.


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