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Pope blesses 100-year-old woman during Ecuador trip

Pope Francis made an unscheduled stop during his visit to Ecuador on Tuesday to bless a 100-year-old woman

President Obama hosts leader of Vietnam's communist party

President Obama hosted the leader of Vietnam's ruling communist party on Tuesday to discuss a variety of foreign policy issues

Pope Francis says humans "irresponsible" with environment

The pontiff warned immediate focus must be placed on climate change to reverse the damage done to the Earth

U.S. training just 60 Syrian soldiers to fight ISIS

Defense Secretary Ash Carter told a Senate committee Tuesday that the U.S. is only training 60 Syrians to combat ISIS

Loyalty overshadows grieving in Assad's hometown

Despite mounting causalities of young men from Qardaha, the area remains deeply loyal to the Syrian president

Inside Qardaha: Bashar al-Assad's hometown

As Syria's civil war rages on, many young men from Qardaha have left to fight

Running of the bulls

The annual rite of passage for daredevils -- the running of the bulls -- got off to a harrowing start in Pamplona, Spain with three people gored

Canadian man arrested for floating lawn chair by balloon

A Canadian man says the movie "Up" inspired him to tie over 100 helium balloons to his lawn chair and float about a mile into the air before parachuting down

World Bodypainting Festival

The 18th annual World Bodypainting Festival has some pretty crazy, mindboggling 'art'

Afghan official: Senior ISIS member killed in airstrike

The rise of ISIS in Afghanistan has not gone unnoticed by either the government in Kabul, nor the Taliban

Senators grill Defense Secretary Ashton Carter on ISIS strategy

The Obama administration's ISIS strategy is facing the scrutiny of the Senate Armed Services Committee

Afghan gov't says direct talks with Taliban underway

On the same day the Taliban staged two suicide bombings in Kabul, a government delegation heads to Pakistan to set stage for peace talks

Carnival Cruises aims to offer travel to Cuba

Less than a week after President Obama announced the opening of an embassy in Havana, Carnival Cruise lines is hoping to roll out travel to Cuba

Iran nuclear negotiations extended

Negotiators for the United States, Iran and other world powers have extended talks regarding the Islamic Republic's nuclear program for a few more days

Malala Yousafzai pushes for $39 billion annual investment for free education

The Nobel Peace Prize winner is calling for 12 years of free education available to all children worldwide

Islamic militants kill 14 in Kenya cross-border attack

Attack is latest in a string of bloody assaults by Somalia-based Islamic militants al-Shabab, who've killed over 400 since 2011

Iran nuclear talks deadline extended again

John Kerry is making a final push to deliver President Obama's biggest foreign policy goal: a nuclear deal with Iran

Helium balloons takes Canadian man up, up and away

The act was a publicity stunt for his business, but he was arrested and faces one count of mischief

5 Americans hurt running with the bulls in Spain

Annual San Fermin festival in Pamplona draws thousands of daredevils, some of whom inevitably go home wounded

World's oldest man dies in Japan

Retired educator and Guinness World Record holder succumbs to kidney disease in nation which boasts around 54,000 centenarians

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