Scotland voted to stay in the U.K. in a referendum on independence, stepping back from a breakup of the 307-year-old union while wringing promises of more financial power from Prime Minister David Cameron. [Full Story]
Russia Cozies Up to China After West's Sanctions
Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday that Russia would not isolate its sanctions-hit economy from the West but said improving relations with Asian countries has become a key strategy. Sanctions imposed by the West over Moscow's involvement in the separatist...... [Full Story]
Archaeologists have uncovered the long-buried remains of gas chambers, [Full Story] |
A rapid advance by Islamic State militants forced Turkey to open its border [Full Story]
The White House's plan to train and equip Iraqi ground forces for the fight [Full Story]
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While U.S. officials were spot on in predicting the Islamic State's [Full Story]
Iraq's military spokesman says four French airstrikes killed dozens of [Full Story]
Opposition candidate Marina Silva lost support in a Datafolha poll that shows a runoff against President Dilma Rousseff is too close to call. Silva's support in the first round fell to 30 percent from 33 percent, according to the poll published early morning in the digital... [Full Story]
French travellers were facing a weekend of travel disruption, as pilots at Air France announced Friday they were extending their strike, their longest since 1998.The company said it will have to scrap 55 percent of its flights on Saturday, when pilots' unions will also... [Full Story]
China imposed a CNN blackout during a Monday night report about the Communist Party's ongoing persecution of Christians. [Full Story]
A rapid advance by Islamic State militants forced Turkey to open its border with Syria today to about 4,000 Kurdish refugees who had been denied entry for the past two days.Hundreds of refugees streamed across a border checkpoint near the Turkish town of Suruc amid gunfire... [Full Story]
Sierra Leone began a three-day lockdown on Friday in an effort to halt the spread of the Ebola virus, as President Ernest Bai Koroma urged residents to comply with the emergency measures.Streets in the normally bustling seaside capital Freetown were deserted, barring... [Full Story]
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