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Cargo plane crashes in sea off Ivory Coast after takeoff

Cargo plane crashes in sea off Ivory Coast after takeoff

A cargo plane crashed into the Atlantic Ocean near the international airport in Abidjan, killing four crew members and injuring six others, an Ivory Coast official said Saturday.…

Police: Officer fatally shot by Gorkha protesters in India

Police: Officer fatally shot by Gorkha protesters in India

Police say one police officer was killed and another four were injured when they were fired at by members of a Gorkha organization demanding a new state be carved in…

4th small quake detected since North Korea’s 6th nuke test

4th small quake detected since North Korea’s 6th nuke test

South Korea has detected a fourth small earthquake near North Korea’s main nuclear test site after the country’s sixth and most powerful nuclear test explosion last month.…

Turkish troops move into al-Qaida-dominated Syrian province

Turkish troops move into al-Qaida-dominated Syrian province

A Syria monitoring group and a rebel fighter say Turkish armored vehicles have rolled into northwestern Syria to implement a de-escalation agreement in a province dominated by al-Qaida-linked militants.…

Christian group at Oxford University banned from fair out of fear it would ‘alienate’ students

Christian group at Oxford University banned from fair out of fear it would ‘alienate’ students

A college of Oxford University banned a student Christian group from appearing at a freshman fair out of fear it would lead to “alienating” students who practice other religions.…

UN: Teenage girl alleges sex abuse by peacekeeper in CAR

UN: Teenage girl alleges sex abuse by peacekeeper in CAR

The United Nations said Wednesday that a teenage girl alleged she was sexually abused by a U.N. peacekeeper in Central African Republic, a conflict-torn country that has seen widespread allegations…

Brazil ex-Pres. Rousseff’s assets frozen over refinery deal

Brazil ex-Pres. Rousseff’s assets frozen over refinery deal

A Brazilian court has ordered ex-President Dilma Rousseff’s assets frozen in connection with an estimated $580 million loss at state oil company Petrobras resulting from the purchase of an oil…

Czech leaders clash over sanctions against Russia

Czech leaders clash over sanctions against Russia

The Czech Republic’s prime minister has condemned the president’s rejection of European Union sanctions against Russia over the Ukraine crisis.…

France to tighten up on illegal migrants after knife attack

France to tighten up on illegal migrants after knife attack

France’s interior minister wants tougher action on detaining and deporting illegal migrants, after a Tunisian migrant fatally stabbed two women at a Marseille train station in an attack claimed by…

Israel’s defense minister says Hezbollah runs Lebanese army

Israel’s defense minister says Hezbollah runs Lebanese army

Israel’s defense minister says the Hezbollah militant group controls Lebanon’s army.…