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France calls for tougher global mobilization against IS
French Foreign Affairs Minister Laurent Fabius called on the international community to strengthen its mobilization against the Islamic State group ahead of an international meeting on Iraq organized next week.
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UN agency to hire mountain guides, porters for Nepal relief
The U.N. food agency is hiring thousands of mountain and trekking guides, porters and other workers to carry food, medicine, tents and supplies to Nepal's mostly inaccessible northern villages where two powerful earthquakes destroyed houses.
16 minutes ago
FIFA now subject to federal probes in US, Switzerland
FIFA's reputation for corruption has reignited spectacularly two days before a presidential election expected to give Sepp Blatter four more years at the head of world soccer.
1 hour 51 minutes ago
Vatican: Irish gay marriage vote a "defeat for humanity"
The Vatican's secretary of state has called the Irish vote to legalize gay marriage a "defeat for humanity."
1 hour 56 minutes ago
Deutsche Bank paying $55M settlement on incorrect reports
Germany's Deutsche Bank AG has agreed to pay $55 million to settle civil charges of filing incorrect reports during the financial crisis that downplayed risks of huge losses.
14-year-old planned to blow up Austrian train station
An Austrian court has found a 14-year-old boy guilty of planning to blow up Vienna's main railway station after being radicalized by Islamic extremists.
Death toll in Mexico tornado rises to 14, 4 missing
The death toll in a tornado that ripped through the northern Mexico border city of Ciudad Acuna has risen to 14 after searchers found the body of a baby.
Report: German man loses legs, arm in streetcar accident
A 20-year-old German man lost both legs and an arm after becoming pinned between two streetcar wagons and dragged nearly 2 miles.
Danish radio station slammed after allegedly killing rabbit
A Danish radio station has been met with a storm of angry protests after its hosts claimed they clubbed a young rabbit to death on air with a bicycle pump.
Putin expects sanctions against Russia to be lifted
Russian President Vladimir Putin has encouraged businesses to expand domestically before Western nations lift economic sanctions, allowing once again the sale of many foreign goods in Russia.
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