Pope Urges More Muslim Opposition to ISIS in Turkey
Pope Francis condemned the Islamic State group's assault on Christians and other religious minorities in Iraq and Syria, as he arrived Friday in Turkey to encourage Muslim leaders to take a stronger stand against extremists who twist religion to justify terrorism.Francis...... [Full Story]
Putin Says Russia Doing Fine in Face of Tumbling Crude Prices
President Vladimir Putin said Russia will cope with the rout in crude oil [Full Story]
Experts: ISIS Lacks Funds to Keep Control of Iraqi, Syrian Territory
Islamic State (IS) militants may ultimately lose the war in Iraq and Syria [Full Story]
Brent crude oil steadied above $73 a barrel on Friday after hitting a fresh [Full Story]
Climate Rhetoric Faces the Devil in the Detail
Politically sidelined since a 2009 UN summit almost ended in a bustup, [Full Story]
New 15-minute Test for Ebola to Undergo Trials in West Africa
A new test designed to rapidly diagnose Ebola virus infection is to be [Full Story]
Brazil's economy crawled out of a recession in the third quarter as public spending rose before presidential elections, suggesting growth could be short-lived as the government plans to tighten its budget. The economy grew 0.1 percent in the third quarter from the previous... [Full Story]
Scotland is set to get sweeping new powers, including setting its own income tax rates, under plans unveiled Thursday by a cross-party commission on greater devolution. [Full Story]
Gunmen wearing army uniforms on Thursday attacked an Indian army base near the border with Pakistan, killing three soldiers and three civilians — and losing four of their own fighters — in the worst militant violence in the disputed state of Kashmir in more than a year. [Full Story]
France warned on Friday it would recognise a Palestinian state if a final international effort to overcome the impasse between Israelis and Palestinians failed, and proposed a two-year timeframe to end the conflict through a U.N.-backed resolution. Lawmakers will hold a... [Full Story]
Johanna Satekge was pregnant with her first-born when she tested positive for HIV in South Africa's Limpopo province in 2000. When her son was born, he weighed 3.6 kgs. When he died seven months later, he had wasted away to 2 kgs. After three years, Satekge got pregnant... [Full Story]
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