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Former head of United Nations Kofi Annan dies


Anger engulfs families as Italy buries its bridge victims


UK police given more time to quiz Parliament crash suspect


ITALY BRIDGE COLLAPSE: Death toll lowered by 1 to 38


Puerto Rico power company says power back on across island


At least 12 dead, 30 more injured after bus crash in Ecuador


Turkey's Erdogan vows US boycott, but diplomats resume talks


Cars plunge as Italian highway bridge collapses; 26 killed


Bus crash in Ecuador kills 24 people, injures 19


London police say they are treating crash as terrorist incident


3 WWII bombs removed from Baltic Sea resort in Poland


Turkey tries to contain crisis but currency keeps falling


Rival Korea leaders to meet in Pyongyang in September


Third strong earthquake shakes Lombok as death toll tops 300


England firefighters capture 'firenado' on video


Strong quake strikes off Japan's eastern coast


Checks of French family led to Frankfurt Airport evacuation


Congo health ministry preps for possible Ebola vaccinations


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Afghan president announces Muslim Eid holiday ceasefire with Taliban

"The conditional ceasefire will start tomorrow and it will continue as long as the Taliban preserves and respects it," Afghan President Ashraf Ghani said.

Scientists bolder in blaming global warming for extreme weather

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Putin dances at Austrian minister's wedding, setting off alarm bells across Europe

Austria's foreign minister invited Putin to her wedding during his visit to Vienna in early June, surprising many at a time when the European Union is increasingly at odds with Moscow.

Colorado legislative aide punished for Putin portrait prank

Aide Katie March used her security badge to allow a member of ProgressNow Colorado into the capitol with the picture of Putin.

Protesters face off in Seattle over gun reform initiative

Three men were arrested, all for misdemeanor assault, Sgt. Sean Whitcomb, a Seattle police spokesman, told the Seattle Times.