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Airstrikes, Aid Drops for City Cut Off by ISIS

The Pentagon said humanitarian drops were made over the city of Amirli, where Islamic State fighters have cut off access to the Iraqi city.

Filipino Troops Rescued From Militants in Golan Heights

Israel and Syrian forces helped in a seven-hour firefighter to rescue the Filipinos who came under attack by fighters in the Golan Heights.

Police and Protesters Clash in Pakistan, Hundreds Hurt

Police fired rubber bullets and used tear gas against protesters who marched on the home of the country's prime minister in Islamabad.

Perfect Placement: Moscow Hosts Military Music Festival

Members of Russia's Guard of Honor of the Kremlin Regiment perform on the first day of the Spasskaya Tower international military music festival.

U.S. Launches More Airstrikes Against ISIS in Iraq

Fighter jets and drones attacked five positions being used by the militant group Islamic State in Iraq and al-Sham near the Mosul Dam.

Boy With Brain Tumor Found Alive in Spain

Ashya King, 5, was removed from a British hospital from his parents on Thursday, but needs professional medical care because of a brain tumor.

Some Trapped U.N. Peacekeepers Rescued in Golan

U.N. officials said the other Filipino peacekeepers remained trapped by the militants.

Missing Boy With Brain Tumor May Be in Spain, Police Say

Ashya King, 5, was removed from a British hospital from his parents on Thursday, but needs professional medical care because of a brain tumor.

Swiss Precision: Jets Dazzle at Air Show

AIR14 marks the 100th anniversary of the Swiss Air Force.

John Kerry Calls For 'Fuller Response' to Defeat ISIS

'No civilized country should shirk its responsibility to help stamp out this disease,' Kerry wrote Friday in a New York Times op-ed.

Rescuers Work to Free Trapped Nicaraguan Miners

Teams of dogs helped locate the 20 of the 24 miners, and rescue workers manage to free about half of the miners, who were mostly in good health.

Peacekeepers Detained in Syria Reported Safe: U.N.

The U.N. said it had been reassured that the Fijian peacekeepers were detained for their own safety as fighting intensified in Syria.

More Sanctions for Russia? European Union Set to Decide

A top European Union official said Saturday that the 28-nation bloc is set to decide new sanctions against Russia.

Gun Battle Rages as Taliban Hit Afghan Intelligence Agency

The headquarters of the Afghan intelligence agency came under Taliban attack Saturday morning killing at least three civilians and injuring many more.

New Militant Attack on U.N. Peacekeepers in Golan Heights

Syrian rebels holding dozens of Fijian U.N. peacekeepers hostage attacked Filipino troops in the Golan Heights on Saturday, Philippine officials said.

How U.S. War Games Benefit Endangered Species

The lack of public access and diverse landscape of a U.S. Army training site in Germany means that it has become an ideal habitat for wildlife.

Rescuers Work to Free Trapped Nicaraguan Miners

Teams of dogs helped locate the 20 of the 24 miners, and rescue workers manage to free about half of the miners, who were mostly in good health.

All Clear: Iceland Volcano Eruption Over, Air Travel OK'd

Iceland officials lifted all airspace restrictions after they determined a small eruption in the Bardarbunga volcano system was over.

British PM: ISIS Is Greater Threat 'Than We Have Known Before'

Prime Minister David Cameron’s remarks came after the UK’s terror threat level was raised from "substantial" to "severe."

Rescuers Find Trapped Nicaraguan Miners

Teams of dogs helped locate the 20 of the 24 miners, and rescue workers were laboring to get them out.

Ukraine, Explained: What's Behind Putin's Latest Moves?

Pro-Moscow rebels, with Vladimir Putin's backing, may be opening up a "third front" in the tumultuous Ukraine conflict.

Will Obama's No-Strategy Strategy Embolden ISIS?

Obama took heat for saying there's no strategy yet to combating the militant group ISIS, but there remain a number of options at his disposal.

Terrorist 'Bad Apples' Tarnishing Rep of Minnesota Somalis

Activists working to combat terror gangs' recruitment of young men from Minnesota's Somali community are worried about their community's reputation.

Flashback: The Icelandic Eruption That Halted Travel

A volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea has forced some planes to alter their flight paths - a reminder of Iceland's 2010 volcanic eruption, which caused major travel disruptions.

Volcano Erupts in Papua New Guinea, Diverting Flights

A volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea on Friday sent smoke and ash spewing high over the South Pacific island nation.

Pentagon: Fighting ISIS in Iraq Costs $7.5 Million a Day

The United States' fight against ISIS in Iraq has cost an average of $7.5 million per day since it began in mid-June — for a total of $500 million.

Volcano Erupts in Papua New Guinea, Diverts Flights

A volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea on Friday sent smoke and ash spewing high over the South Pacific island nation.

Missionaries Exposed to Ebola Released From Quarantine

The missionaries' 21-day health monitoring periods ended at different times depending on when each had last been in contact with Ebola patients.

Britain on Edge: Terror Alert Level Raised to 'Severe'

Britain raised its terror threat level to “severe” Friday but there was no specific intelligence to suggest an attack was imminent.

Time Running Out for Missing Boy With Brain Tumor

An international appeal was launched Friday to find a five-year-old boy with a brain tumor taken from a British hospital by his parents.


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