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Judgment Day: Could 'Blade Runner' Pistorius Escape Jail?

Oscar Pistorius' future will be decided Tuesday when he is sentenced for the fatal shooting of his model girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.

Oil CEO Dies in a Moscow Plane Crash

The CEO of one the world's largest oil companies died in Moscow when his plane "collided with a snow-clearing machine," according to a spokesperson.

Canadian Police Kill Driver After He Rams Two Soldiers

Two Canadian soldiers were injured in a hit-and-run attack in the province of Quebec on Monday by a male driver who was later shot dead by police.

American Fights For Liberian Orphans Amid Own Ebola Scare

When Liberia closed schools to fight Ebola, Katie Meyler didn't go home to New Jersey: She raced to help children victimized twice by the epidemic.

Yemen Seizes Motorcycles to Combat Attacks

Yemen officials have seized motorcycles from owners using them as taxis after a ban went into effect on Oct 20, in an effort to curb al-Qaeda attacks.

Kerry: It Would Be 'Irresponsible' Not to Help Kurds

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry talks about a U.S. effort to supply weapons to Kurdish fighters taking on ISIS in Kobani, Syria.

Huge Explosion Rocks Rebel-Held Donetsk

A powerful blast shook Donetsk in east Ukraine with the shock felt miles away. The blast occurred at a rubber processing factory in a rebel-held area.

Accused Leader in Benghazi Attack Pleads Not Guilty

Militia leader Ahmed Abu Khatallah enters plea to 17 new charges, some of which could result in the death penalty.

Fight for Kobani: Turkey Clears the Way for Kurdish Fighters

Turkye's foreign minister stopped short of saying Ankara backed a U.S. decision to airdrop weapons to Kobani's defenders on Sunday.

U.S. Fighter Says Kurdish Militia are Outgunned

Brian Wilson from Ohio, who is fighting ISIS in Syria, said the Kurdish militia 'could finish Daesh' - refering to ISIS - 'on their own'.

Nazis Expelled From U.S. Still Got Social Security: AP

The payments, underwritten by American taxpayers, flowed through a legal loophole.

Kurdish Militia Wage Guerrilla War Against ISIS Forces in Syria

People's Protection Units carry out hit-and-run attacks on ISIS targets in northwest Syria. They engaged ISIS near Sari Kani, 100 miles from Kobani.

'I Do Not Doubt My Brother,' Pistorius' Sister Tells NBC

Oscar Pistorius’ sister Aimee said Monday she had no doubts that the athlete is telling the truth over the fatal shooting of Reeva Steenkamp.

The Duchess Has a Due Date: New Royal Expected in April

As with her first pregnancy, the Duchess of Cambridge has suffered from acute morning sickness and been treated by doctors at Kensington Palace.

'Surrounded': Iraqi Forces Encircle Saddam's Birthplace

Iraqi forces backed by U.S. air strikes surrounded ISIS fighters in the northern city of Tikrit, local defense officials said.

Aimee Pistorius Says She's Totally Behind Brother Oscar

The blade-runner's sister is asked if she supports Oscar 100 percent. She said he must have feared there was an intruder before firing fatal shots.

Lego Revolution: Hong Kong Protests in Miniature

A protester in Hong Kong has created a Lego tableau depicting the face-off between riot cops and 'Umbrella Revolution' demonstrators.

Rare Video of Giant Panda Cub in the Wild

Nature reserve in Sichuan, China released video of a panda cub in the wild. An infrared camera is used for the first time to document the cub's life.

Watch Live: Battle For Kobani Continues

The view from across the Turkish border as the battle continues to oust ISIS from the Syrian border town.

Delish? Diners Are Eating These Mammals Into Extinction

The world’s most trafficked mammal is on the menu - and in demand in one border outpost.

Dutchman Searches MH17 Crash Site for Evidence of Cousin

Robby Oehlers scoured the crash site to find anything connected with his 20-year-old cousin Daisy, who has not yet been identified among the victims.

'Spectacular Success': Nigeria Declared Ebola-Free

Ebola has killed 4,546 people across Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. Nigeria had 20 cases in total, of which eight died.

Emoti-Con: FBI Trolls Social Media for Would-Be Jihadists

NBC News' review of a dozen cases in which U.S. residents sought to join fighting in Syria, Iraq raises questions about agents' online conduct.

Terrorists' U.S. Lawyer Hurls Pre-Prison Rants

Stanley Cohen, Islamic terrorism suspects' Jewish attorney, is rabble-rousing to the end ahead of his own prison sentencing.

'Lousy': Ebola Nurse's Husband Slams Spain Over Case

Spain's government said that Teresa Romero was clear of the Ebola virus.

Husband of Spanish Ebola Nurse Calls Crisis Handling 'Lousy'

As questions remain about how Teresa Romero contracted Ebola, Javier Limon issued a video from his hospital bed pledging to defend his wife's honor.

Watch Live: Pro-Democracy Protests in Hong Kong

Hong Kong's pro-democracy occupation continues in city streets.

Helping Hand? U.S. Drops Weapons to Kurds Fighting ISIS

The airdrops included weapons, ammunition and supplies.

Spectators in Turkey Watch Airstrikes on Syrian Town

The U.S. and its coalition partners then stepped up airstrikes on ISIS in Kobani, Syria, as the militant group threatened to take the town.

Spanish Nurse Appears Ebola-Free, Officials Say

Spain says a test has shown a nursing assistant who became infected with Ebola is now clear of all traces of the virus.


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