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State deputy police commissioner says 35 people had been killed and 150 wounded in mosque explosions.
Mr. Cameron acknowledged that it would require tough negotiations with European Union partners and changes to union treaties.
North Korea's "princess" moves closer to center of power
PLUS: New Hong Kong clashes; Syria denies allegations; Afghanistan on edge;
U.S. deaths, prisons trouble U.N.; New Hong Kong clashes; Syria denies allegations; Afghanistan on edge; Also in the world …
OPEC member nations are worried they’ll lose market share if the cartel lowers production.
Exxon Mobil and Chevron, the oil and gas stocks with the biggest weighting on the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, lost more than 3.5 percent.
The plunge in prices in recent months that has indicated the diminishing clout of the organization.
Europol said the arrests were made during two days of coordinated action this week at more than 80 airports in 45 countries.
The proposed deal is meant to address concerns that helped drive a Scottish attempt to secede from the United Kingdom in September.
PLUS: Taliban strike Kabul; EU pols target Google; major Kashmir attack.
In November alone, the World Health Organization has reported more than 1,800 new cases in this country.
The price of crude oil is at its lowest level since 2012.
A festival honoring a Hindu goddess is drawing close to 1 million people.
The approval cleared an obstacle for aid talks with the IMF as the country grapples with a separatist insurgency in the east.
Four anti-polio health workers -- three women and a man -- were killed Wednesday by gunmen in southwestern Pakistan.
Plus: Maritime conflicts; Canadian radio host; Guinea has 1 cholera case; Hong Kong protests; Zimbabwe power struggle
Another 50 miners were injured in the disaster, which broke out in the complex run by the state-owned Fuxin Coal Corp. in Liaoning province.
Jian Ghomeshi, 47, had hosted "Q'', a CBC radio show on culture, since 2007.
Pope tells European Parliament continent’s energies are sapped by an economic crisis and has lost its way.
PLUS: Afghan army review; Hong Kong clashes persist; Intel agencies faulted; Warship sale postponed
As a deadline passes for an Iran nuclear accord, the U.S. and its allies as well as officials in Tehran agree to extend the talks.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agrees to stall a controversial nationality bill while a more moderate compromise measure is drafted.
Nonaligned and peaceable Finland fears that it could become Russia’s next target for military acquisition.
A museum in Bern, Switzerland, has accepted a priceless bequest of masterworks from the late son of a Nazi-era art dealer.
Plus: Armenian-Azeri dispute; reprisal hits al-Ashabab; Boko Haram raids town;human-trafficking report; pope to target Europe.
The measure was decried by critics as racist and a threat to democracy.
American officials finally acknowledged Sunday that the two sides would not reach a deal by today’s deadline.
Three works — two paintings by Mark Rothko and a Fancy Vivid Blue Diamond — fetched over $30 million.
The Russian president is changing an approach toward the nuclear-powered neighbors that has endured since the Cold War.
Mergers and acquisitions are combining to make 2014 the most active year for health care deals in at least two decades.
Afghan forces are planning to resume the raids in 2015, and in some cases the raids will include members of U.S. special operations units.
PLUS: Tunisia election; Islamic State attacks; new saints canonized
After an extended period of public estrangement and sniping, the United States and Turkey have made up.
The president’s recent secret order ensures that U.S. troops will have a direct role in fighting in the country for at least another year.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, reversed plans to leave Vienna on Friday.
A two-year investigation by the GOP-controlled House Intelligence Committee asserted no wrongdoing by Obama administration appointees.
Authorities publicly appealed on national radio Friday to the unidentified robbers to hand over the samples stolen from the minibus taxi.
A shipment of knives, swords, fireworks and electric-shock devices from China is seized by Israeli police.
The Taliban are staging almost daily attacks against the Afghan government and foreign targets in Kabul, the capital.
After a U.N. panel’s approval this week of a resolution condemning Pyongyang’s leadership, North Korea has countered with nuke test threats.
As China seeks to limit its carbon dioxide emissions by around 2030, it is setting a cap on coal consumption in 2020.
PLUS: Jihadis urge war on France; Assange appeal rejected; Ferry operator sentenced; U.S. aid worker detained.
Israelis and Palestinians are both dreading a deadly religious war as violence escalates in Jerusalem and the region.
Said Abu Jamal, a cousin of the men, said their families in east Jerusalem received demolition orders from Israeli police today.
The dark-haired beauty was to have flown to London on Wednesday to compete in the Miss World pageant.
The prospect of a talks extension is appearing more likely, and some who opposed that avenue now see it as a preferable diplomatic path.
The report by the United Nations Environmental Program cited a sizable “emissions gap.”
PLUS: Second Frenchman ID’d; Russia deflects blame; Saudis expand buffer zone.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed that Israel will "respond harshly" to the attack, the deadliest in Jerusalem in years.