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Ukraine Peace Talks Collapse As Fighting Continues

Both sides blamed each other for the failure of the peace talks, aimed at ending a conflict that has claimed at least 5,000 lives.

#FatLadyObit: Author McCullough Obituary Sparks Backlash

The lead of the story in an Australian newspaper focused on the "Thorn Birds" author's appearance, instead of her achievements.

ISIS Video Purports to Show Japanese Hostage's Beheading

An ISIS video surfaces claiming to show the beheading of a Japanese hostage.

ISIS Claims to Execute Japanese Hostage in New Video

A video released Saturday claimed that reporter Kenji Goto was executed after a Thursday deadline for Jordan to release Sajida al-Rishawi was not met.

Syrian Town of Kobani Taken from ISIS: U.S. General

Supporting what Kurdish forces said earlier this week, a U.S. commander confirmed Saturday that they were "successful" in retaking the town.

Syrian Town in Ruins After Fight With ISIS

Kurdish forces recently drove ISIS militants from the town of Kobani, near the Turkish border. For months the town was the scene of a heavy fighting on the ground and many airstrikes by U.S.-led coalition forces.

AirAsia Captain Left Seat Before Jet Lost Control

Sources say that the Indonesian captain was out of his seat conducting an "unusual procedure" while his co-pilot was flying the doomed AirAsia jet.

AirAsia Captain Left Seat Before Jet Lost Control

Sources say that the Indonesian captain was out of his seat conducting an "unusual procedure" while his co-pilot was flying the doomed AirAsia jet.

Record Ride: 2 Balloon Pilots Make Historic Journey

Two pilots landed safely off the coast of Mexico on Saturday after a nearly 7,000-mile-long trip across the Pacific, setting records as they went.

Rebels Suffer Heavy Losses as Ukraine War Reignites

Speaking from his hospital bed, Russian fighter Artur described the moment he came under attack by Ukrainian forces.

Delhi Police Conducts Self-Defense Classes for Girls

In view of the rising crime against women and children in India's national capital, Delhi police has started giving self-defense training to girls. According to government officials there are on average 40 cases of crimes against women registered every day by the Delhi police, including at least four cases of rape.

Anti-Charlie Hebdo Protest in Kabul Turns Violent

Violence broke out at an anti-Charlie Hebdo rally in the Afghan capital with witnesses claiming that two of the protesters were killed, but Kabul's police chief said there were no deaths and only two injuries. Police stood guard after around 500 protesters streamed into an eastern part Kabul, chanting "Death to France" and "Death to Infidels."

Charlie Hebdo Staff 'Not Ready' to Publish Magazine Yet

The French satirical magazine that published satirical was attacked by militants more than three weeks ago will not publish

Firefighters Battle Large Fire at Moscow Library

Firefighters in the Russia's capital battled a large fire, in the library of the Institute of Scientific Information on Social Sciences, throughout the night. Russian media reported the fire consumed 21,500 square feet and required 147 workers at the scene.

Boko Haram Killing Spree, Ballot Chaos Threaten Election

Boko Haram violence coupled with administrative chaos threatens to leave millions of Nigerians unable to vote in the country's general election.

Glowing Shores and Winter Storms: The Week in Pictures

Blizzard blows through New England, algae blooms blue, Syrian city is recaptured and more.

Hundreds of Militants Swap Taliban for ISIS: Commanders

Hundreds of Taliban fighters have joined ISIS' new branch in Pakistan, according to three militant commanders in the country.

ISIS Hostage Negotiations Reach 'Stalemate': Japan

A top Japanese diplomat said efforts to free a journalist being held hostage by ISIS were in a "stalemate," a top Japanese diplomat said.

Kurdish Fighter Returns to Decimated Syrian City

Musa, a 25-year-old Kurdish marksman, stands atop a building as he looks at the destroyed Syrian city of Kobani.

Kurdish Fighters Return to Decimated Syrian City

Musa, a 25-year-old Kurdish marksman, stands atop a building as he looks at the destroyed Syrian city of Kobani.

Paris Kosher Supermarket Attacker Was Wearing GoPro

Amedy Coulibaly, who killed four hostages during the Jan. 9 siege, was wearing a GoPro and likely filmed part of the attack.

ISIS Chemical Weapons Expert Killed in Airstrike, U.S. Says

An ISIS chemical weapons expert was killed in an airstrike on Saturday, near Mosul, Iraq, U.S. Central Command said in a statement on Friday.

Castaway Who Spent Year Lost At Sea Sued for $1M

Jose Alvarenga is being sued by his lawyer and has lingering health problems but is "very grateful to be alive" a year after his oceanic odyssey.

EPA Chief Meets With Vatican Ahead of Encyclical

The head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency met Friday with Vatican officials who helped draft Pope Francis' upcoming encyclical on ecology.

Balloon Crew Makes History Crossing Pacific Ocean

A pair of American and Russian pilots have traveled farther and longer in a gas balloon than anyone in history.

Trapped: Red Tape Keeps Civilians in War-Torn Ukraine

Travel restrictions by the Ukrainian government are impeding war-weary civilians from fleeing relentless shelling in the rebel stronghold of Donetsk.

Liberia Moves From Ebola Control to Eradication

The WHO's announcement of less than 100 Ebola cases in the last week has prompted agency and government efforts to shift towards Ebola eradication.

NATO Will Set Up Commands in Nervous Eastern Europe

The allies are nervous about Russian intentions following Moscow's annexation of Ukraine's Crimea region.

American National Wounded in Saudi Gunfire

An American national was shot and wounded Friday while traveling in a car in the eastern Saudi Arabian province of al-Ahsa.

Notorious Brazilian Prison Strives For Reform

Inside Pedrinhas Prison where 60 inmates died in 2013 and three prisoners were beheaded last year, violence is down because of drastic new measures.


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