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Give Back Gitmo or Cuban Thaw Ends, Castro Warns

Speaking in Costa Rica, Cuba's president said lifting the economic blockade and returning Guantanamo Bay naval base are essential to normalize relations.

Here's What Iraqi Moviegoers Think of 'American Sniper'

Directed by Clint Eastwood, the movie is based on a book by the late Chris Kyle, now known ubiquitously as the most lethal sniper in US military history.

One Sydney Hostage Was Killed by Police Bullets

One of the two hostages who died in the siege of a Sydney, Australia, chocolate cafe was killed by police bullets, coroner's officials confirmed.

President Raul Castro Calls For Blockade Lift, Gitmo Return

Speaking in Costa Rica, Cuba's president said lifting the economic blockade and returning Guantanamo Bay naval base are essential to normalize relations.

Co-Pilot Took Jet Up 3,000 Feet in 30 Seconds Before Crash

AirAsia Flight 8501 was under the control of the first officer, not the captain, when it climbed about 3,000 feet in 30 seconds before crashing.

New Recording Sets Sundown Deadline for ISIS Swap

A new audio recording was released Wednesday purportedly featuring a Japanese hostage held by ISIS and setting a deadline for a prisoner swap.

Sydney Cafe Siege Inquest Hears Details of Hostages' Death

Lawyer Jeremy Gormly told the coroner how hostages, barrister Katrina Dawson and cafe manager Tori Johnson, had died in siege perpetrated by Man Haron Monis.

Co-Pilot, Not Captain, Was Flying AirAsia Jet in Crash

The first officer, not the captain was flying AirAsia Flight 8501 at the time that it crashed into the ocean, killing all 162 people on board.

France Launches Online Campaign to Deter Would-Be Jihadists

Three weeks after deadly attacks rocked the country, authorities began an Web campaign to dissuade would-be jihadists from joining terror groups.

New Audio Sets Deadline for Prisoner Handover to ISIS

A would-be suicide bomber is to be delivered to the Turkish border by sunset Thursday or a Jordanian pilot will be executed by ISIS.

Beijing Mayor: Smog Makes Our City 'Unlivable'

Tourism in Beijing is down 10 percent as the city struggles to establish clean air standards.

Jordan Agrees to Swap Terrorist for Pilot Held by ISIS

Jordan has agreed to a prisoner exchange that could free a Jordanian pilot held by ISIS, but the fate of a captured Japanese hostage is uncertain.

Ex-Los Alamos Scientist Gets 5 Years in Nuclear Bomb Plot

A former scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory was sentenced for scheming to sell plans for nuclear bombs to the government of Hugo Chavez.

Los Alamos Scientist Gets 5 Years in Venezuelan Nuclear Plot

A former scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory was sentenced for scheming to sell plans for nuclear bombs to the government of Hugo Chavez.

You Asked: Just How Big and Profitable Is Apple?

Apple just announced the highest quarterly earnings of any public company in history.

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.

U.N. Peacekeeper, Israeli Troops Die in Border Battle

A Hezbollah attack killed two Israeli soldiers at the Lebanese border Wednesday, sparking clashes that also killed a Spanish U.N. peacekeeper.

President's India Trip as Told Through Tweets

When Obama made his second trip to India as President, he was greeted warmly by a country turning towards the U.S.

Netanyahu Blames Iran for Convoy Attack

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu blamed Iran for missiles fired by the Lebanese Hezbollah group that struck an Israeli military convoy on Wednesday, killing two soldiers. The attack was an apparent retaliation for a deadly airstrike attributed to Israel that killed six Hezbollah fighters in Syria earlier this month.

Putin Ordered My Killing, Ex-Spy Told Cops Before Dying

Ex-KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko told British police that Russian President Vladimir Putin was personally behind his killing, an inquiry heard Tuesday.

Marine Corps Vet Among 10 Killed in Hotel Terror Attack

A U.S. Marine Corps veteran was among 10 people killed when gunmen apparently linked to ISIS attacked a hotel used by Westerners in Libya.

Two Israeli Troops Killed in Cross-Border Attack

Two Israeli soldiers were killed and seven wounded by an anti-tank missile attack near the Lebanon border Wednesday.

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.

Pope Francis Amused by Circus Troupe After Vatican Audience

After his weekly audience in which he stressed importance of fatherhood, Pope Francis was clearly delighted when jugglers took to the podium.

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.

'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.


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