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Alleged American ISIS Commander Killed: Reports

An ISIS commander who claims to have lived in the U.S. has been killed, according to jihadis in the Middle East.

Jordan Ready to Swap Terrorist for ISIS Hostage: Official

Jordan's information minister said Wednesday the nation is willing to release a would-be suicide bomber in return for a pilot being held by ISIS.

'I Am Kenji' - Vigil For Japanese Hostage Held by ISIS

A candlelit vigil was held in Tokyo for Kenji Goto, the Japanese journalist held hostage by ISIS and threatened with execution.

Israel Shells Lebanon After Vehicle Hit by Missile

Israel fired at least 20 artillery shells into Lebanon Wednesday after an Israeli military vehicle was hit by an anti-tank missile.

Boko Haram Shows Off Training Camp for Child Soldiers

Nigeria's Islamist sect Boko Haram has released photos purporting to show a training camp for child soldiers, analysts said.

Israel Shells Lebanon After Vehicle Attacked

Reports of anti-tank missile fired in attack on Israeli military vehicles near the frontier with Lebanon.

Israel Shells Lebanon After Vehicle Attacked: Report

Reports of anti-tank missile fired in attack on Israeli military vehicles near the frontier with Lebanon.

Israeli Military Attacked Near Lebanese Border, Then Retaliate

Anti-tank missile reportedly fired in attack on Israeli military vehicles near Lebanon border. Israeli military responded by 'attacking targets'.

Israeli Military Attacked Near Lebanese Border

Reports of anti-tank missile fired in attack on Israeli military vehicles near the frontier with Lebanon.

Dictator Kim to Make 1st Foreign Trip as Leader: Report

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has confirmed he will attend celebrations in Russia in May marking the Soviet victory over Germany in World War II.

ISIS' Latest Hostage Demand 'Despicable': Japan PM

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday responded angrily to a new audio message about ISIS hostage Kenji Goto.

ISIS' Latest Hostage Demand 'Despicable': Japan PM

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Wednesday responded angrily to a new audio message about ISIS hostage Kenji Goto.

AirAsia Search Will Continue Despite Military Pullout

The head of Indonesia's search and rescue agency said the search for bodies will continue despite the military's withdrawal a month after the crash.

'We Cannot Forget': Survivors Carry Memory of Auschwitz

Auschwitz's last survivors warn of rising anti-Semitism in Europe on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camp.

President Obama Meets With Saudi Arabia's New King Salman

President Obama led a bipartisan delegation to Saudi Arabia to offer condolences to the family of the late King Abdullah and meet with his successor.

American Among Dead in Libya Hotel Stormed by Terrorists

Terrorists launched a attack on a Libyan hotel popular with leaders and Western diplomats Tuesday, killing several people including one American.

Auschwitz Survivors Warn the World: Remembering Is Not Enough

Auschwitz's last survivors warn of a rising anti-Semitism in Europe on the 70th anniversary of the liberation of the Nazi death camp.

Fighting Ceases in Syrian Border Town Kobani

Rubble and mortar shells littered the streets of Kobani today in the aftermath of Kurdish fighters pushing militants out of Kobani. The Kurdish fighters were congratulated by pro-Kurdish parliamentarians from Turkey visiting the town.

Guests Flee Deadly Terror Attack on Luxury Hotel

Suspected terrorists launched a bomb and gun attack on a Libyan hotel popular with Western diplomats Tuesday, reportedly killing up to five inside.

Argentina Pres. Wants To Overhaul Intelligence Services

Royal Reception: Obama, New Saudi King Talk Renewing Ties

As President Obama visits Saudi Arabia to pay his respects to the family of the late King Abdullah, Saudis are pondering their ties with America.

At Least Eight Dead in Libya Hotel Attack

A combined gun and car bomb attack has killed at least five foreigners and three guards in one of Libya's luxury hotels. The car bomb occurred moments after gunmen stormed the Corinthia Hotel in the capital Tripoli.

Mixture of Smog, Fog Blankets Southwest China

A heavy mixture of smog and fog makes travel difficult on commuters Monday in the Jiangjin district of Chongqing, China.

Obama in India: Girls Must Be Treated With 'Respect'

Barack Obama highlighted women's rights as he ended a visit to India on Tuesday, saying gender equality is important if nations are to develop.

Israel Axes Reservists Who Complained About 'Espionage'

The IDF has expelled dozens from an intelligence unit after a group refused to take part in operations it claimed exploited innocent Palestinians.

ISIS Video Threatens Japan Hostage, Jordanian Pilot

A Japanese journalist and a Jordanian military pilot held hostage have less than 24 hours to live, according to a purported ISIS video message.

Litvinenko Inquiry: 'Miniature Nuclear Attack' on London Streets

Chairman Robert Owen opens long-awaited public inquiry into death of Alexander Litvinenko, nine years after former KGB spy died from drinking tea poisoned with polonium-210.

Driverless Cars Get Green Light on German Autobahn

Prototypes of driverless cars are set to get the go-ahead on a stretch of Germany's busy A9 autobahn.

Obama in India: Treat Women With 'Respect' and 'Dignity'

President Obama speaks in New Delhi, India Tuesday, highlighting the importance of equal rights for women.

President Obama Greeted by new Saudi King in Riyadh

President Obama arrived on Air Force One and was greeted by King Salman. President offering condolences on death of King Abdullah during the short visit.


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