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Crowd Searches Rubble for Survivors of Cairo Collapse

Locals joined in the search for survivors after an 8-story building collapsed in Cairo.

Dozens Killed in Attack on Nigerian Market

Eyewitnesses told Reuters that a woman had entered the roadside trading area behind the city's main market before blowing herself up.

Mediterranean Is Becoming 'Vast Cemetery,' Pope Warns

Pope Francis told Europe's leaders on Tuesday to do more to help thousands of migrants risking their lives trying to get into the continent.

Elves Gathering in Thailand Sets New World Record

1,792 of Santa's little helpers in Bangkok set new world record for a single gathering - despite 14 disqualifications for not wearing elf ears.

France Says 'Non' to Delivering Warships to Russia

French President Francois Hollande delayed his decision on whether to deliver the first of two Mistral helicopter carriers ordered by Russia.

Frances Says 'Non' to Delivering Warships to Russia

French President Francois Hollande delayed his decision on whether to deliver the first of two Mistral helicopter carriers ordered by Russia.

Hunting for 'House of Cards' Just Got Harder in China

The YYeT website, a popular destination for Chinese to freely and illegally download hit American TV shows, has been taken offline.

Good Luck Getting Out of Tripoli: Last Airport Bombed

An armed group loyal to Libya's internationally-recognized government, which has transferred to the east of the country, claimed responsibility.

Uncle Kills Niece for Listening to Loud Music: Cops

Women are murdered every day in Pakistan for perceived slights against conservative social traditions.

Foreigner, Other Hostages Freed as Raid Targets Al Qaeda

even Yemeni hostages and one foreigner were freed by security forces in a special operation in which seven al Qaeda kidnappers were also killed.

Scuffles Break Out as Cops Clear Hong Kong Protest Camp

Hundreds of police stood guard as authorities enforced the court order to reopen Argyle Street to free up traffic.

Iran Won't End Up on 'Knees': Tweet Linked to Leader

A Twitter account associated with Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that "arrogants" had failed to bring the country "to its knees."

Hong Kong Authorities Move in to Clear Blockades

Workers and bailiffs enforced a Hong Kong court order, removing barricades and tents on a 160-foot stretch of Mong Kok commercial district.

Brian Williams: 'Friend for Life' Tags Along on Extreme Race

The dog, now named Arthur, walked and swam alongside the adventurers throughout their South American journey -- after they fed him a meatball.

Assets Unfrozen: Iran Nuclear Talks Extended Until July

Nuclear negotiators failed to meet a Monday deadline for a deal that would ease international concerns about Iran's atomic program.

Iran Nuclear Talks Deadline Extended to July 2015

Talks aimed at getting Iran to curb its nuclear program have been extended until July 1, 2015, after the U.S. and Iran failed to reach a deal.

Stray Dog Finds Home With Extreme Athletes in Grueling Race

A stray dog tagged along with a group of Swedish athletes on a six-day race through the Ecuadorian forest and found a home for life in Sweden.

Russia Shores Up Control Over Black Sea Region

Russia is tightening its control over Georgia's breakaway province of Abkhazia with a new treaty envisaging closer military and economic ties.

Kerry Announces Iran Nukes Talks Extension

Secretary of State John Kerry announces a seven month extension to ongoing nuclear negotiations between Iran and the P5+1.

Mumbai-Style Attacks and Jet Plots Foiled, U.K. Says

The United Kingdom is more at risk from a terrorist attack than "at any time before or since 9/11," according to Home Secretary Theresa May.

Britain's Foreign Secretary: Iran Talks 'Have Goodwill'

Philip Hammond said today's decision to keep the process going is the result of 'momentum' in the negotiations.

British Home Secretary Steps Up Anti-Terror Measures

Theresa May, the minister in charge of Britain's homeland security, announced new laws will be introduced to help combat the threat of terror.

Woman Jailed Over Volleyball Freed on Bail in Iran

Ghoncheh Ghavami, a British-Iranian woman sentenced to one year in prison for attempting to watch a men's volleyball game, has been freed on bail.

Netanyahu's Cabinet Moves to Define Israel as Jewish

The Israeli Cabinet on Sunday approved a bill to legally define the country as the nation-state of the Jewish people.

Bern Art Musuem: 'We Will Not Touch Looted Art'

Prof. Christoph Schaeublin, president of Bern Art Museum trustees, explained the conditions under which his museum accepted contentious artworks.

Watch Live: John Kerry News Conference on Iran Nuclear Talks

Negotiations on Iran's nuclear program have a deadline set for today. Secretary of State John Kerry speaks in Vienna.

Deal or No Deal? Deadline Looms at Iran Nuclear Talks

Iran and six world powers looked set to miss Monday's deadline for resolving a 12-year stand-off over Tehran's nuclear ambitions.

Unwanted Donation: Nazi-Looted Art Rejected by Museum

A Swiss museum has agreed to accept artworks from a long-hidden collection worth more than $1 billion that was discovered in a recluse's apartment.

Volcano Erupts on 'Fire Island'

Lava flow on Ilha do Fogo (Fire Island) prompted evacuations on Cape Verde archipelago off west African coast.

'Thought It Was a Kitten': Baby Found in Storm Drain

Police Inspector David Lagats said the boy had no signs of physical injury, but was malnourished and dehydrated.

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