Russia seeks tighter UN crackdown on terror financing
Russia is planning to circulate a draft United Nations resolution that will tighten the world body's crackdown on financing terrorist groups including the Islamic...
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, personally worth an estimated $44 billion, has...
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David Cameron has urged MPs from all parties to unite behind British air strikes against the...
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Syria protests: Thousands march in London against air strikes
Thousands took to the streets of London to protest against military intervention in Syria for the second time in four days.
Chicago mayor fires police chief in wake of video release
Chicago's mayor has fired the city's police chief, a week after the release of a dash-cam video that showed a white officer fatally shooting a black teenager 16 times.
Nato agrees to keep 12,000 troops in Afghanistan during 2016
Nato foreign ministers have agreed to keep about 12,000 troops in Afghanistan through next year, while pushing forward with a funding drive to help the country through 2020.
Steven Seagal offered job training Serbian special police forces
Steven Seagal used to overwhelm Russian and Serbian bad guys in Hollywood movies with his martial arts techniques. Now Serbia wants him to share his secrets.
Did Rotterdam skateboarder fall 450 feet off Erasmus Suspension Bridge?
A daredevil skateboarder in Rotterdam appears to have miraculously survived a 450 feet fall while attempting to ride down the cabling of the Erasmus Suspension Bridge.
Defence chief: US expanding special operations force in Iraq
The US is expanding the special operations force in Iraq to help Iraqi and Kurdish forces fight Islamic State militants, defence secretary Ash Carter has said.
German court declares Auschwitz suspect fit for trial
A German appeals court has reversed a lower court's decision that a 95-year-old former SS sergeant who served as a medic in the Auschwitz death camp is not fit for trial.
Police probe as one penguin dead and two missing at German zoo
One penguin is dead and two others are missing at the Dortmund Zoo as police in Germany said they are investigating a possible string of crimes.
Muslim cab driver shot in back by passenger 'ranting about Isis'
Muslim leaders are pressing the Justice Department formally to investigate a shooting of a Pittsburgh taxi driver originally from Morocco, by a passenger who had questioned him about his ethnic background before talking abut Isis “killing people” and the prophet...
Five wounded as explosion near Istanbul station caused by 'bomb', says mayor
An explosion on a highway overpass near a subway station in Istanbul wounded five people and was caused by a bomb, a local mayor has said.
Mexico's Templo Mayor passageway may lead to Aztec ruler's tomb: archaeologists
Archaeologists have found a tunnel-like passageway that apparently leads to two sealed chambers in Mexico's Templo Mayor complex.
Eurozone unemployment rate falls to near four-year low
Unemployment across the 19-country eurozone economy has fallen to its lowest level in nearly four years, official figures have shown.
Chinese leader Xi Jinping welcomed in Zimbabwe
Thousands of people in Harare, Zimbabwe, have lined roads to welcomed Chinese president Xi Jinping.
Barack Obama: Climate deal needs legally binding periodic reviews
US president Barack Obama has said the emerging global climate agreement must have transparency provisions and periodic reviews of carbon-cutting targets that are legally binding.
Police probe as eight skulls found off Spanish beach
Eight skulls, thought to be human, have been found along with other bones in shallow waters off a popular beach in Spain, police said
Eurozone bailout fund releases money for ailing Greek bank
Europe's eurozone bailout institution has approved a 2.72 billion euro (£1.91 billion) disbursement to recapitalise Greece's ailing Piraeus Bank.
German cabinet approves military mission against IS in Syria
The German cabinet has approved plans to commit up to 1,200 soldiers to support the international coalition fighting against the Islamic State group in Syria.
AirAsia plane crashed after pilots turned off autopilot, say investigators
The AirAsia plane that crashed into the Java sea in December last year killing 162 people was caused by the pilots' response to a crack in the soldering on the rudder control system, Indonesian investigators have said.
Turkey criticises 'unfounded' Russian claims of IS oil purchases
Russia has been accused of trying to "cover up" its infringement of Turkish airspace with "unfounded" claims that Turkey is illegally importing oil from the Islamic State (IS) group in Syria.
AirAsia crash in Indonesia 'caused by rudder problem and pilot response'
A rudder control system problem that had occurred 23 times in the previous 12 months coupled with the pilots' response led to last year's crash of an AirAsia plane that killed all 162 people on board, Indonesian investigators have said.
Syria's al-Qaida branch releases captive Lebanese soldiers
Syria's al-Qaida branch has released a group of Lebanese troops held captive for over a year as part of a Qatar-brokered swap that involved Lebanon setting free at least 11 prisoners wanted by the militants.
Paris will stay strong despite terror attacks, Bono says
Singer Bono says Paris will remain strong despite last month's terror attacks and he hopes that U2's concert in the French city this week will move the audience.
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