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The prime minister of eight years is feeling pressure from multiple fronts.
Officials fearful of the virus outbreak spreading to Nigeria.
U.S. also says rockets were fired from Russia into eastern Ukraine.
France on Sunday called for its nationals to evacuate the country.
The vessel is part of the Rim of the Pacific exercise of Hawaii.
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Plus: Turkish police arrested; Black boxes found in Mali; Tunisian soldiers killed; Pope slams mafia again; Unrest in Nigeria
The extended pause was to last until midnight today.
About 150 U.S. personnel were taken to safety in neighboring Tunisia.
The question of what kind of intelligence support to give Ukraine has become part of a White House debate about how to confront Putin
Doubt has been cast on the ability of Afghan forces to contain the insurgency as the U.S. moves to complete its withdrawal of combat troops.
A Liberian government consultant arrived Tuesday in Lagos and died Friday.
The Israeli military said the focus of its ground operations in Gaza is to destroy the labyrinth of tunnels.
Palestinian protests spread across West Bank, while U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry fails to win lasting halt to Gaza fighting.
Former CIA officials told they could read it, but then told they couldn’t.
Moscow’s intent appears to be to reverse gains by Kiev’s forces in rebel-held territory.
Police on high alert because of intelligence about threat of jihadists returning there from Syria war.
China volunteer became brain-dead after acute gastrointestinal illness, but local care may have faltered.
Plus: Russia-Iraq arms deal; 14 travelers executed in Afghanistan; S, Korea ferry sinking arrest; Black box recovered; Ebola hurting
Soldiers find wreckage in semidesert area. Bad weather is blamed.
Court says Poland failed to investigate what happened to 2 terror suspects detained in its territory.
Militants’ offensive shows it aims to expel Assad regime forces from areas it has declared as its caliphate.
Kiev government collapse as U.S. officials cite evidence of Russia firing artillery across border into Ukraine.
Hamas said Israeli shells hit the school, while Israel said the blasts may have been errant or perhaps Hamas fire.
Cluster of air-related disasters spanned three continents.
Parliament vote for Fouad Massoum seen as compromise.
Plus: Iran detains 4 journalists; U.N. humanitarian aid; Sudanese Christian
Air navigation services lost track of the plane 50 minutes after takeoff early today, officials said.
Two Ukraine military jets were downed by separatists in combat, even as a choreographed solemn ceremony played out on Dutch soil.
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The Islamic State has taken over most of Raqqa province, home to about a million people, and established a headquarters in its capital.
Overwhelmed by minors and women with children crossing illegally, U.S. authorities have stepped up deportations back to Central America.
The trip offered the thrill of new adventure, a dream vacation or a reunion.
Israel‘s tourism trade has been hit hard by an extension of international flights’ suspension over fears of Palestinian rocket fire.
The turboprop was making a second approach to the airport on an outlying island in heavy rains when it went down.
Penn State University ordered the evacuation of 19 students in the country for an archaeological dig.
Before news of the downed planes emerged, Ukraine’s National Security and Defense Council said efforts to suppress insurgents is advancing.
At least 200 recovered corpses have been sent by refrigerated rail car to a northern Ukrainian city, en route to the Netherlands.
FAA says suspension could last 24 hours, despite tourist season.
New research shows victim numbers are twice as high as previously thought.
Home secretary says investigators will explore whether Russian leaders had role in fatal poisoning eight years ago.
PLUS: Iraq to elect new president; Obama aide in Germany; Nigerian president meets with parents of kidnapped; Populist wins Indonesian
Russia presented a combination of conciliation and bluster Monday over its handling of the downed Malaysia Airlines jet.
Israeli officials are struggling with a more distilled version of the dilemma it has faced in repeated rounds against Hamas.
Broader investigator access to site of downed Malaysian jet is promised after days of resistance.
Demonstrations were mostly peaceful expressions, but some were with an anti-Semitic tinge, in support of Palestinians.
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At least 60 Palestinians and 13 Israeli soldiers and officers were killed in Shejaiya, an eastern neighborhood of Gaza City.
Secretary of State John Kerry accused Russia of providing SA-11 antiaircraft missiles and training to the Ukrainian pro-Russian rebels.
Most people living with the HIV live in sub-Saharan Africa.