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Iran’s Moderate President Loses a Minister—and Some Momentum for Reform

Iranian Science Minister Reza Faraji-Dana, a close ally of President Hassan Rouhani, is impeached by hardliners who oppose reforms

Hooray for Nollywood

Nigeria’s film industry struggles against red tape and corruption, but like the country itself, it finds a way to grow

A Test of Faith

The Pope’s South Korea trip comes as Christianity is booming in Asia—and under growing strain

The Most Dangerous Room in the World

Three-and-a-half years after a catastrophic meltdown, Fukushima is far from fixed

Israeli Air Strike Kills 3 Senior Hamas Leaders

Israel says the air strikes are in response to a resumption of Hamas rocket fire that on Tuesday scuttled a six-day cease-fire

The Rescue That Wasn’t

If you're waiting for perfect intelligence to guarantee success, you'll never launch a military rescue mission

The Green Activist Who Might Become Brazil’s Next President

Marina Silva is likely to shake up the country's presidential race after replacing the late Eduardo Campos as candidate for the Brazilian Socialist Party

Can Iraq’s New Prime Minister Keep the Sunnis on Side?

Haider Al-Abadi must regain the trust of Sunni politicians and tribal leaders if he's going to unite Iraq against the ISIS threat

US Officials: Military Mulling More Troops to Iraq

(WASHINGTON) — U.S. officials say military planners are weighing the possibility of sending more American forces to Iraq mainly to provide additional security around Baghdad. A senior U.S. official says the number of troops currently under discussion would be fewer than 300, but there has been no final decision yet by Pentagon leaders. The talks…

Hopes of Prolonged Truce Dashed as Gaza Conflict Reignites

Talks in Cairo collapse after rockets are fired from Gaza into Israel

Chinese, Russian Media Turn Criticisms Back on U.S.

"China gets criticized so much by the West that when something like this happens, it's convenient to offer a countercriticism"

Europe’s Economic Woes Require a Japanese Solution

The region’s economy is starting to resemble Japan’s, and that threatens to condemn Europe to its own lost decades

Protesters Demand the Resignation of Pakistan’s Prime Minister

Political opponents claim that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was fraudulently elected

Liberia President Declares Ebola Curfew

(MONROVIA, Liberia) — Liberia’s president has declared a curfew and is imposing a quarantine of a major slum in the capital Monrovia as the death toll mounts from Ebola. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf announced late Tuesday that movements now would be restricted between 9 p.m. and 6 a.m. The country is already under a state…

Israel Launches Airstrikes After Gaza Rocket Fire

(JERUSALEM) — The Israeli military said it carried out a series of airstrikes Tuesday across the Gaza Strip in response to renewed rocket fire, a burst of violence that broke a temporary cease-fire and endangered negotiations in Egypt over ending the monthlong war between Israel and Hamas. MoreThree of Pope Francis' Family Members Die in…

Syria Strikes Militants as U.S. Targets Them in Iraq

Syrian President Bashar Assad's forces strike at Islamic militant strongholds in Syria as the U.S. military strikes the Islamic State in Iraq, which some analysts say indicates Syria's support of America's fight against terrorism

Threat Level of Iceland Volcano Raised

Iceland raises Bardarbunga volcano threat level alert to orange

Ebola Health Workers Battle Death, Heat, Rumors

The outbreak has hit three of the world's poorest countries, where health systems are already woefully understaffed and ill-equipped

Same Volcano, More Problems in Iceland

Iceland raises Bardarbunga volcano threat level alert to orange

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