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Dozens Killed in Cartel Area Shootout in Mexico

The confrontation occurred near the border of Michoacan and Jalisco states, an area known as being dominated by the Jalisco New Generation cartel.

At Least 40 Dead in Shootout Near Cartel Area in Mexico

Federal officials in Mexico say most of the dead were suspected criminals.

Polls Closed After Historic Irish Gay Marriage Vote

Voters went to the polls in Ireland Friday in a referendum on whether to allow gay marriage. Results will be officially declared Saturday.

Eiffel Tower Closes as Staff Strike Over Pickpockets

"There have always been pickpockets at the Eiffel Tower, but we are now facing an organized network", said a union representative.

Tourists Flock to Cuba Before It Loses Old World Charm

Ex-Honduran President's Son Charged in Coke Smuggle

Fabio Lobo was arrested in Haiti and brought to New York to face charges.

Suicide Bomber Kills 20 at Saudi Mosque

Amateur video captured the aftermath of a suicide bomb attack at a Shi'ite mosque in eastern Saudi Arabia. Isis has claimed responsibility for the blast which killed at least 20 people and wounded dozens more.

Could England's Henry I Be Buried Under a Parking Lot?

Researchers think another medieval English monarch might be found buried beneath a parking lot and are hoping to find him.

'Home To Vote': Irish Return for Historic Gay Marriage Poll

Voters went to the polls in Ireland Friday in a referendum on whether to allow gay marriage.

Holiday Under Hitler: Nazi-Era Reality Show Draws Ire

TV producers in the Czech Republic have been criticized over a reality show featuring a family trying to live in the era of Nazi occupation.

Killed at Prayer: 20 Die in Mosque Suicide Bombing

A suicide bomber blew himself up at a Shi'ite mosque in eastern Saudi Arabia during Friday prayers, residents said, killing 20 people.

Korean Air 'Nut Rage' Exec Freed by Court

A South Korean court on Friday suspended the prison term of a former Korean Air executive whose onboard "nut rage" tantrum delayed a flight last year.

Suicide Bomber Targets Shiite Mosque in Eastern Saudi Arabia

Aftermath of a suicide bombing at a mosque in Saudi Arabia's Qatif province as worshipers commemorated the birth of a revered figure.

Landmark Case: U.K. Cabbie Jailed Over U.S. Death in Iraq

A British taxi driver was sentenced to a minimum of 38 years in prison for his role in a bomb-making campaign that killed a U.S. solider in Iraq.

Joseph Bacani Was Shot by Sniper as he Swept For IED Built by Sardar

Joseph Bacani was shot through his pelvis by an Iraqi sniper guarding an IED believed to have been built by Anis Abid Sardar.

Gloria Steinem's Peace March Scraps Symbolic Crossing

A group of female peace activists, including Gloria Steinem, canceled plans to march through a symbolic crossing point between North and South Korea.

Voting Starts On Ireland's Historic Decision on Gay Marriage

Referendum result could make Ireland the first country in the world to approve same-sex marriage law by popular vote.

North Korean TV Report on WomenCrossDMZ Peace Campaigners

North Korea's state-run broadcaster KRT aired a report about the women peace activists visiting a maternity hospital and factory in Pyongyang.

The World Should've Been Worried About Palmyra For Years

The Syrian conflict has been quietly destroying the ancient city of Palmyra since before ISIS came on the scene.

Ukraine Bans Communist Symbols, Propaganda

Ukraine is finally cutting loose from its USSR past with a new law taking effect this week that bans communist symbols and Soviet propaganda.

ISIS Killed 17 on First Day in Palmyra: Monitors

Monitors say ISIS also killed 49 people around Palmyra as it advanced toward the city.

U.K. Cabbie Convicted in U.S. Soldier's Iraq Bomb Death

Anis Sardar was connected to the roadside bomb that blew up Sgt. Randy Johnson's Stryker in 2007.

U.S. Strike Killed Two Innocent Children in Syria: Military

The U.S. military has determined that two innocent children were killed in an American airstrike against the Khorasan group in Syria last fall.

U.S. and Cuba Discuss Opening Embassies

U.S. and Cuban officials on Thursday said they are nearing an agreement on fully restoring diplomatic ties and opening embassies

Obama: 'I Don't Think We're Losing' Fight With ISIS

U.S. officials say it could take a week or more for the Iraqis to regroup.

China's Richest Man Loses $15 Billion in Minutes

In the history of sudden wealth loss, Li Hejun may have set a new record.

ISIS Digs In for Iraqi Push to Retake Ramadi

U.S. officials say it could take a week or more for the Iraqis to regroup.

What Happens to Relics Now That ISIS Controls Palmyra?

ISIS' seizure of Palmyra intensified fears that its archaeological treasures would become the latest to face destruction at the hands of militants.

Israel's Ultra-Orthodox Press Blurs Out Female Lawmakers

Israel's newly appointed government features no female lawmakers — that's what photos in the country's ultra-Orthodox press would have you believe.

State Dept. Employee Cyber-Stalked Coeds

A U.S. State Department employee has been arrested and charged with hacking into the email accounts of young women and stealing compromising photos. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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