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Protests in Hong Kong appear set to continue, as tens of thousands of people camped on the streets defy calls to go home.
Iraqi ground forces, backed by air strikes, appear to have halted advancing Islamic State (IS) militants in a key town near Baghdad.
The global loss of species is even worse than previously thought, with wildlife populations halving in just 40 years, a report says.
A man arrested for breaking into the White House earlier this month gained access to more of the building than previously believed, US media report.
A US judge rules that Argentina is in contempt of court for refusing to obey an order to repay the debt it owes to two US hedge funds.
Spain's Constitutional Court suspends Catalonia's independence referendum, planned for 9 November, after a request by the central government.
A record 3,072 migrants have died crossing the Mediterranean so far this year, an international migration body says.
The new Afghan government is to sign a deal on Tuesday that will permit a reduced contingent of US troops to remain in the country beyond 2014.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warns that a nuclear Iran is a bigger threat to the world than Islamic State (IS) militants.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi meets US President Barack Obama at the White House on Monday evening, ahead of formal talks on Tuesday.
Liberia's chief medical officer is on a 21-day Ebola quarantine after her assistant died from the illness, according to health officials.
Airstrikes against ISIS militants are a "psychological operation," not a military one, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told CNN's Christiane Amanpour in an interview that aired Friday.
Kenya's Dennis Kimetto became the first man to run the marathon in under two hours three minutes as he set a new world record in Berlin Sunday.
Europe withstood an early fightback from the United States to retain the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles Sunday and secure an eighth win in the last 10 stagings of the biennial team competition.
When Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits the White House next week, he will carry with him grand hopes for a re-energized partnership between his country and the United States. Fresh off a landslide victory in the Indian elections, Modi has seized an outright majority in parliament and a mandate for sweeping domestic reform. For years, the former chief minister of Gujarat faced an American visa ban due to his alleged role in violent riots. Now, the new premier's visit represents a key opportunity to recharge a critical bilateral relationship.
India and U.S. need to build trust, Madeleine Albright writes.
Modern U.S. presidents seem to be in need of neat, catchy labels for the enemy they want to destroy. "Network of death" is the latest one. After U.S. President Barack Obama's speech at the United Nations, we now know that it is this network that needs "dismantling."
If you are reading this on a tablet, smart phone or computer monitor, then you may be holding a product of forced labor.
Thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators, many with masks and protective goggles, ignore calls to disperse and continue to clog the center of Hong Kong.
Beijing is watching events in Hong Kong very closely as protesters succeed in disrupting the city center in their push for democracy.
ISIS and Kurdish fighters continue to do battle along the Syria-Turkish border.
Mexico searches for 57 students missing after violence that killed at least 6
Australian police make counterterror raids in Melbourne a week after terror suspect was shot
Anti-gay remarks during Brazil's presidential debate draw ire of rights groups
Iceland announces 'unique' men-only UN conference on women, gender equality
Mexico searches for 57 students missing after weekend violence that killed at least 6
Trial of Canadian body parts suspect who allegedly posted video of dismemberment begins
Spain court halts Catalonia region from holding independence referendum after gov't objects
Islamic State militants close in on Kurdish area of Syria despite US-led coalition airstrikes
Battle against Islamic State creates new alliances, prompts governments to rethink priorities