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Ghouls, Ghosts and Glinda: Halloween Across the Globe

Revelers celebrated Halloween night around the world on Friday, in parades, block parties and of course, with lots of tricks and treats.

Virgin Galactic on Crash: Space is Hard and Today Was a Tough Day

Officials from Mojave Air and Space Port and Virgin Galactic say they will get to the bottom of what caused Friday's crash.

Samantha Power on Ebola Fight: This Is Working

Ambassador Power talks about her trip to West Africa amid Ebola crisis.

Canada Halts Visas for Ebola Countries in West Africa

Immigration authorities said Ebola “would pose an imminent and severe risk to public health in Canada.”

Former N. Korean Prisoner Fowle: 'I Had Too Much to Eat'

Former North Korean Prisoner Jeffrey Fowle tells NBC's Kristen Welker that he was treated "fairly well" he was never physically abused, and that he "usually had too much to eat."

Victory: Crowds in Burkina Faso Cheer as Leader Quits

Protesters celebrated after embattled Burkina Faso President Blaise Compaore announced that he was stepping down.

Fowle: 'I Saw My Job as Leaving a Bible There, God Do the Rest'

Jeffrey Fowle tells NBC's Kristen Welker that at the time he left a bible in North Korea, he thought "it was a risk worth taking."

More Human Remains Recovered From MH17 Site

A Dutch team took advantage of a pause in fighting in eastern Ukraine on Friday to recover human remains from the Malaysia Airlines MH17 crash site.

'A Lot of Car Bombs' Await You in Kobani: ISIS Jihadi

An ISIS fighter warned Western-backed forces that "a lot of car bombs and suicide bombers are waiting for them" if they come to Kobani, Syria.

Fishy Outcome for Botched IPO by Chinese Firm

Public offering gets suspended after company admitted in prospectus it was in no danger of being punished for exceed international tuna quotas.

Pirate Bay Founder Jailed for Hacking Data

A Danish court on Friday sentenced the Swedish founder of file-sharing site The Pirate Bay to 3½ years in prison.

'Vacancy of Power': Cheers as Burkina Faso Chief Quits

Burkina Faso President Blaise Compaore announced his resignation and called for a 90-day transition to "free and transparent" elections.

Ex-SEAL Probed Over Best-Selling Book on Bin Laden Raid

A former member of SEAL Team Six who wrote a best-seller about the raid that killed Osama bin Laden is under criminal investigation.

Has Coup Just Deposed Leader Who Seized Power in 1987?

Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Burkina Faso's capital on Friday demanding that President Blaise Compaore step down.

Muslims Pray in Rain Outside Closed Jerusalem Mosque

Muslims prayed on a rainy street in the Old City Friday as Israeli authorities continued to restrict access to the Al Aqsa mosque.

Think Pink: A Barbie-Themed Hotel Room

Hilton Hotels and Mattel created the room 10 years ago for a month-long trial run in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Now it's back for good at $179 a night.

Russia, Ukraine Strike Deal to Keep Europe Warm

Russia will resume shipping natural gas to Ukraine after Kiev pays off its first debt installment for past supplies of gas next week.

North Korea's Top Gun? Kim Tries Fighter Jet for Size

Kim Jong Un took charge of a flight drill conducted by North Korea's air force Thursday and praised the pilots for demonstrating the "high art of aviation."

Mourning Kids Sue Malaysia Airlines Over Missing Jet

Two children sued Malaysia Airlines and the government on Friday over the loss of their father on Flight MH370.

This Costume Will Get You Arrested on Beijing's Subway

Chinese officials spooked Halloween revelers by warning commuters they faced arrest if they entered Beijing subway stations in costume.

Mexican Cops Questioned in Slayings of Three Americans

Police are being questioned over the killing of three U.S. citizens visiting Mexico who were found shot to death along with a Mexican friend.

MH370 Family Lawyer: 'We Want Answers'

Arunan Selvaraj, representing sons of an MH370 passenger, explained why they brought the first lawsuit in Malaysia against the airline and government.

Syrian Refugee Turns Down Prize to Stay With Sister

A Syrian refugee is likely to turn down a chance to go back to school because he can’t bear to leave his sister behind.

Peace at Last: Victims of Peru's 'Dirty War' Finally Laid to Rest

Families came from remote mountains and jungle valleys to receive the exhumed remains of loved ones slain 30 years ago during Peru's dirty war.

The Week in Pictures

Lava creeps towards Hawaiian homes, internet tax lights up Hungary, space rocket goes up in flames, Beluga whale gives birth and more.

The Week in Pictures

Lava creeps towards Hawaiian homes, internet tax lights up Hungary, space rocket goes up in flames, Beluga whale gives birth and more.

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Crews Work to Dismantle the Costa Concordia

See crews slowly dismantle the Costa Concordia, the cruise ship that ran aground off the coast of Italy.

ATF Allowed Smuggling of Grenade Parts to Mexico

Agents marked the parts so they could be identified, but suspect slipped away and two live grenades from shipment were later found at a crime scene in Mexico.

Jerusalem Holy Site Causes a Violent Divide

A temple in Jerusalem is the center of a religious divide that has turned deadly. ITN's Geraint Vincent reports. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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