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Britain raised its terrorism alert on Friday to the second-highest level with Prime Minister David Cameron saying the Islamic State (ISIS) group operating in Syria and Iraq posed the country's greatest ever security risk. [Full Story]
WHO: More Ebola Cases In Past Week Than Any Other
The past week has seen the highest increase of Ebola cases since the outbreak in West Africa began, the World Health Organization said Friday, offering more evidence that the crisis is worsening.The U.N. health agency warned Thursday that the outbreak in West Africa is...... [Full Story]
Britain raised its terror threat risk level to severe on Friday because [Full Story]
A man infected with Ebola traveled to Senegal, becoming the first recorded [Full Story]
The number of refugees from the conflict in Syria now tops three million, [Full Story]
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Tehran hoped to reach [Full Story]
Ukraine accused Russia on Thursday of entering its territory with tanks, [Full Story]
Obama Crafting Legal Rationale for Sweeping Legalization Action
The White House is crafting a blame-it-on-Congress legal justification to back up President Barack Obama's impending executive actions on immigration. [Full Story]
NATO Says Russia Has 'Well Over' 1,000 Troops in Ukraine
A senior NATO official said on Thursday that "well over a thousand" Russian troops were operating inside Ukraine and warned that the West faced a "very aggressive" Russia. [Full Story]
China Tells Hong Kong to Accept 'Imperfect' Democracy
Hong Kongers must accept Beijing's version of democracy even if they think it is imperfect because the interests of the city's business community have to be safeguarded, one of China's foremost legal experts said Thursday. [Full Story]
Police Find Body of American Student Missing in Israel
Israeli police and volunteers found a body near a forest in Jerusalem on Thursday while searching for a 23-year-old American student who went missing last week, but said no formal identification had yet been made. [Full Story]
WHO: Ebola Cases Could Exceed 20,000 Before Outbreak Stemmed
The World Health Organization said Thursday it aimed to reverse the spread of Ebola within three months, but warned that the caseload in West Africa's epidemic could eventually top 20,000. [Full Story]
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