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Egyptian Court Declares Hamas a 'Terrorist Organization'

The court in its ruling said there is no doubt Hamas "has committed acts of sabotage, assassinations and the killing of innocent civilians" in Egypt.

Was Putin Critic's Murder Meant to Destabilize Russia?

Russia's investigative authority said it was investigating whether the shooting death of an opposition leader was aimed at destabilizing the state.

ISIS By the Numbers: Foreign Fighter Total Keeps Growing

Foreign fighters from Europe, the U.S. and elsewhere keep flocking to Syria and Iraq, but U.S. officials hope recent developments will stem the tide.

ISIS: 20,000 Foreign Fighters and Growing

Foreign fighters from Europe, the U.S. and elsewhere keep flocking to Syria and Iraq, but U.S. officials hope recent developments will stem the tide.

Good News Pandas: Survey Shows Population Growing

According to a census by China's State Forestry Administration, the panda population has grown by 268 to a total of 1,864 since 2003.

Good News Pandas: Survey Shows Population Growing

According to a census by China's State Forestry Administration, the panda population has grown by 268 to a total of 1,864 since 2003.

Mexico Captures Most Wanted Drug Kingpin 'La Tuta' Gomez

Mexican drug lord and former primary school teacher Servando 'La Tuta' Gomez Martinez is on his way to a detention center in Mexico City.

Protest Over Murder of US Anti-Extremist Blogger

Supporters of free expression gathered in Dhaka to condemn the killing of Avijit Roy and his wife in a machete attack.

Putin Critic Boris Nemtsov Shot Dead in Moscow

Authorities said the opposition politician and former deputy prime minister was shot near the Kremlin by someone inside a car who fired seven times.

Putin Critic Boris Nemtsov Gunned Down in Moscow

The former deputy prime minister was killed on a bridge near the Kremlin, shot several times.

Russian Opposition Figure Nemtsov Shot Dead in Moscow

Authorities said the opposition politician and former deputy prime minister was shot near the Kremlin by someone inside a car who fired seven times.

Russian Opposition Figure Boris Nemstov Killed in Moscow

Authorities said the opposition politician and former deputy prime minister was shot near the Kremlin by someone inside a car who fired seven times.

How 'Jihadi John' Became the Most Wanted Terrorist in the World

With the revelation of "Jihadi John's" name, authorities are gaining a clearer picture of who Mohammed Emwazi is.

Once Gleaming Ukraine Airport Is Now Battered Husk

Both sides saw strategic value in controlling the airport, but the fighting has rendered the airport unusable.

'Jihadi John' Emails Show Radicalization Shift: Activists

British activist group CAGE published what it said was correspondence with Mohammed Emwazi, who was identified as ISIS murderer "Jihadi John."

Donetsk Airport is Ruined After Weeks of Battle

Both sides saw strategic value in controlling the airport, but the fighting has rendered the airport unusable.

Watch Live: US Diplomat Holds Briefing on US/Cuba Talks

After talks on diplomatic normalization between the U.S. and Cuba, Assistant Secretary of State Roberta Jacobson holds briefing.

Watch Coalition Airstrikes on ISIS-Operated Buildings

Videos released by U.S. Central Command depicts U.S. and Coalition airstrikes on ISIL controlled facilities near Sinjar and Salah ad Din province in Iraq. No audio.

Unmasking of Jihadi John 'Not Important': ISIS Victim's Dad

The dad of U.S. journalist James Foley said he is not dwelling on the identity of his executioner, a British militant dubbed "Jihadi John."

Suspect Detained After Alert Near U.S. Consulate: Report

A suspect was reportedly detained after what officials described as a "security incident" outside the U.S. Consulate in Istanbul on Friday.

'Bomb Threat' at U.S. Consulate in Turkey

Eyewitness Turgay Aydemir described Istanbul security scare. U.S. diplomats played down the incident but were taking no chances.

Prince Harry to Leave British Armed Forces: Report

Prince Harry is planning to leave the British armed forces later this year to focus on charity projects in Africa, the London Evening Standard said.

Mexico's Most Wanted Drug Lord Captured

Servando Gomez, known as La Tuta, was the target of a push by Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto to regain control of a Mexican state wracked by violence.

Prince William Hits the Hard Stuff

William participated in traditional sake barrel-breaking ceremony at Tokyo reception and later admitted to once dreaming of becoming an astronaut.

Jihadi John at 10: I'll Be Soccer Player When I Grow Up

Jihadi John was a sports-obsessed 10-year-old who liked Manchester United, PlayStation game Duke Nukem and listening to teen pop bands.

Third Suspect Charged in Copenhagen Shootings

A third person was charged Friday with helping a gunman who shot dead two people and injured five police officers in Copenhagen.

U.S. Blogger Hacked to Death by 'Islamist Radicals'

Avijit Roy, a U.S. citizen of Bangladeshi origin, and his wife and fellow blogger, Rafida Ahmed, were attacked on Thursday.

Cars Set Alight in Athens as Protesters Take to Streets

Police clashed with protesters in Greek capital for first time since Syriza party took power. Unrest came as deal to extend bailout neared completion.

Security Alert Near U.S. Consulate: BreakingNews.com

Police seal off street outside US consulate in Istanbul after security alert, Turkish police detain suspect, Reuters reports.

Jihadi John Shows Extremism Comes in All Shapes, Sizes

The White House's focus on poverty as the main cause of extremism may not tell the whole story.


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