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Protesters angered over a government decision spurning closer EU ties are digging in for the long haul. Kiev City Hall is ground zero.
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Former conscripts are campaigning for compensation from the Chilean state for alleged abuse, unpaid pensions, and salaries for mandatory military service.
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A letter to her mother from missing teenager Abigail Hernandez, who vanished two months ago on the way home from school, has given the family and law enforcement officials hope.
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French President Francois Hollande said Saturday France will boost the number of troops in Central African Republic to 1,600 as Muslim-Christian violence continues.
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A baker in Denver refuses to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. Is that within his religious rights, or does it amount to illegal discrimination.
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US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel acknowledged the ongoing threat from Iran in a speech Saturday to Gulf leaders. Hagel outlined a plan to allow sales of US radars, sensors and early warning missile defense systems to the Gulf Cooperation Council.
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North Korea freed 85-year-old US veteran Merrill Newman, who was taken captive while visiting the country as a tourist. Newman was taken into custody Oct. 26.
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The military has been working on cutting-edge stealth technology so drones can evade radar systems in a way that current UAVs cannot. Another development: an all-electric, fuel cell-powered UAV launched from a submerged submarine.
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House and Senate negotiators appear to be nearing an agreement that would set government funding levels for the next two years – and avoid another shutdown come January. As always, the devil will be in as-yet-undisclosed details.
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Many are calling Sunday's contest the first major electoral test for Nicolás Maduro's administration, as it faces sky-high inflation, and a long list of economic woes. Can star power lend a hand?
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After President Obama's uncle testified in immigration court this week that he briefly provided housing for his nephew more than two decades ago, the White House corroborated his account.
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The unemployment rate dipped to a five-year low of 7 percent in November. That’s good. But that figure does not really measure the total number of out-of-work Americans.