Cargo bikes the new minivan?
Icy weather bears down on US MidWest
Syrian nuns deny kidnapping claims
Jordan to take Saudi UNSC seat
The boxer who K.O’d apartheid
The affordable education loan option
People in the Pacific Northwest are pushing the limits of what they can carry using so-called cargo bikes, shuttling children, groceries, fish and kegs of beer....
Snow and freezing rain blanketed normally sun-swept North Texas, where residents appeared to heed warnings to stay out of a skin-stinging cold.
A group of nuns from the historic Christian town of Maalula in Syria denied they were kidnapped by rebels, in a video broadcast by Al-Jazeera news channel.
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Criminal gangs made up of corrupt ex-cops tripled their presence in Rio de Janeiro's shantytowns between 2005 and 2010, according to a study released in Brazil.
A new Indian party rooted in an anti-graft movement that swept the country in 2011 faced its first electoral test as millions voted in New Delhi state polls.
An Indonesian court jailed 14 Muslim Rohingya men from Myanmar for nine months each for bludgeoning eight Buddhists to death.
Thailand's government ordered police to stop confronting protesters, raising hope that days of political violence may end.
Turkish authorities launched an investigation into allegations that a judge and a prosecutor nodded off during a high-profile trial.
A British army major disposed of a computer that contained original photographs of the bodies of Iraqis killed in disputed circumstances by throwing it into the sea.
Syrian rebels want to use nuns “kidnapped” from their Maalula convent north of Damascus as “human shields,” according to a report.
Israel has hit back at Hezbollah after the Lebanese Shi’a movement said it was behind the assassination of Hassan Hawlo al-Lakiss.
A British soldier was arrested at a base in Germany under terrorism laws after a suspected nail bomb was found in Salford, England.
The UN nuclear agency says a truck carrying an “extremely dangerous” radioactive substance has been stolen in Mexico.
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