Ukrainian government forces fought street battles in several towns as they moved to crush a four-month separatist rebellion.
Slain American James Foley was a compassionate man and a fearless journalist, say his parents.
Two teenagers who conspired to carry out a mass shooting at their high school have been charged with making criminal threats.
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The US has agreed to send sample doses of the experimental ZMapp drug to treat Liberian doctors infected with Ebola.
Israeli and Palestinian negotiators have resumed discussions to end the month-old conflict in Gaza.
The passenger was arrested and sent to hospital
Police said Brown was shot after a struggle over a gun in a police car
Officials warn of landslides, floods and possible tornadoes
500 South African Jews have added their voice to the growing anger against Israel’s military assault on Gaza
UN leader Ban Ki-moon has urged Israel and the Palestinians to abide by a new three-day Gaza ceasefire pact.
The state of emergency allows Liberia’s government to curtail civil rights and deploy troops and police to impose quarantines on badly affected communities as it tries to contain the epidemic
More than 35 years after the infamous suicide-murder of about 900 people
Air strikes to blunt the onslaught of Islamic militants and military air drops of humanitarian supplies to besieged religious minorities
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