Italy earthquake leaves 159 dead; rescuers racing against time
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Rescue workers try to keep the faith as night falls in quake-ravaged Amatrice
Italy rescuers toil through night seeking quake survivors as death toll hits 159
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'Yes to peace': Colombia, FARC rebels reach historic deal to end 5-decade war
Colombia's government and the country's biggest rebel group reached a deal Wednesday evening for ending a half-century of hostilities in what has been one of the world's longest-running armed conflicts. The government's accord with the Revolutionary ...
Farc peace deal: Colombian government and rebels sign accord to end war
Colombia reaches historic pact with rebels
Colombia and Farc rebels sign historic peace agreement
North Korea leader says missile test was 'greatest success': KCNA
North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has declared a recent submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) test the "greatest success", Pyongyang's state media said on Thursday. The results of Wednesday's launch proved the North had joined the "front rank of ...
North Korea's Kim Praises Submarine Launch Test as a Success
Militants attack American University in Afghanistan
Afghan security forces rush to respond to a complex Taliban attack on the campus of the American University in the Afghan capital Kabul on Wednesday, Aug. 24, 2016. University President Mark English told The Associated Press that security forces had ...
American University in Kabul attack: 1 killed, 21 hurt
Afghan forces kill two gunmen to end American University attack
Gunmen Attack American University of Afghanistan in Kabul
UN inquiry blames Syrian government for gas attacks, likely sanctions fight looms - The Globe and Mail
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UN inquiry blames Syrian government for gas attacks, likely sanctions fight looms
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Syrian government troops were responsible for two toxic gas attacks and Islamic State militants used sulfur mustard gas, a joint investigation by the United Nations and the global chemical weapons watchdog found on Wednesday, according to a ...
Report: Syria and Islamic State blamed for chemical attacks
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The Wednesday news briefing: An at-a-glance survey of some top stories
Highlights from the news file for Wednesday, Aug. 24. ___. EARTHQUAKE IN ITALY REDUCES TOWNS TO RUBBLE: Rescue crews using bulldozers and their bare hands raced to dig out survivors from a strong earthquake that reduced three central Italian ...
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At least two tornadoes struck cities in central Indiana on Wednesday, cutting off power to thousands of people, damaging homes and toppling a Starbucks.
Syrian government troops were responsible for two toxic gas attacks and Islamic State militants used sulfur mustard gas, a joint investigation by the United Nations and the global chemical weapons watchdog found on Wednesday, according to a confidential report seen by Reuters.
A police spokesman in the Dominican Republic says an elderly Canadian man has been killed at his home in a resort town along the Caribbean coast.
Leslie Jones has once again fallen victim to online abuse, with her website hacked to reveal personal information and explicit photos purportedly of the actress and comedian.
U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden visited the Turkish capital Wednesday to "stand shoulder to shoulder" with Turkey. It was the highest-level visit of a Western official since the failed attempt to overthrow the government on July 15.
Volatile mix in Syria war puts new strain on US strategy
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. military picture in Syria is getting more chaotic and complicated by the day, putting new strains on the Obama administration's strategy of partnering with a hodgepodge of local fighters against the Islamic State group without ...
Turkey's Military Plunges Into Syria, Enabling Rebels to Capture ISIS Stronghold
Italian town destroyed in quake was preparing food festival
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The 400 per cent spike in the price of live-saving EpiPen devices for those with severe allergies in the U.S. sparked outrage among American doctors and politicians.