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Deadly bombings spark fear in Turkey ahead of elections

ISIS has emerged as the leading suspect, but many of the mourners believe the Turkish government is to blame

Appeal ahead in case of Washington Post reporter in Iran

Newspaper and Jason Rezaian's family will seek reversal of his conviction, paper says; he was tried in Tehran on spying and other charges

Want peace talks to work? Include this key group

U.N. study looks at key dynamic in resolving armed conflicts across the globe, and keeping the peace

Danish zoo plans to publicly dissect year-old lion

News comes one year after another Danish zoo triggered massive online protests for killing a healthy young giraffe, dissecting it and feeding it to lions

Helicopter crash at Kabul base kills 5, NATO says

Military helicopter crashed at the NATO base in the Afghan capital killing five coalition members and injuring five others, authorities said

Tech companies respond to Syrian refugee relief effort

Using crowdfunding, technology companies responded to the refugee crisis by rolling out campaigns that will allow Americans to donate online

Tech companies respond to Syrian refugee relief effort

As hundreds of thousands of Syrian families continue to seek refuge, President Obama went online, and asked Americans to help on the crowd funding site Kickstarter

Turkey opens investigation into deadly peace rally bombing

Following yesterday's attack, Turkey has appointed a panel to investigate the suicide bombing that killed nearly 100 people

Putin: Russian bombs key to Syria political compromise

Syrian government troops with Moscow's aerial muscle behind them making gains, as rival rebels team up against Russian onslaught

?The history of the cancan

Its origins go back to the early 19th century, but the scandalous French music hall dance actually could be seen as a demonstration of feminism

Irish banker at center of scandal arrested in Mass.

David Drumm was once one of Ireland's most powerful and wealthy bankers; fled for Boston in 2009 amid inquiries into Anglo Irish Bank

Lionfish: Sea creatures behind an alarming invasion

The lionfish is a venomous reef fish native to the Indo-Pacific Ocean that is proving to be destructive as the species spreads to the Atlantic and Caribbean

The cancan, France's signature dance

David Turecamo looks at the history of the music hall dance once considered scandalous but now accepted as a symbol of France as recognizable as the Eiffel Tower

Sunday Journal: Behind the North Korean curtain

Some call North Korea the most secretive country on Earth, but that didn't stop its leaders from putting on a birthday bash that was quite a show

Israeli-Palestinian violence becomes explosive

Palestinian official says Israeli airstrike kills pregnant mom and kid, as Israelis say separate Palestinian woman tried suicide bombing of soldiers

Official: Iran issues Washington Post reporter verdict

Without giving any details, official news agency says court has decided fate of Jason Rezaian, accused of spying for U.S. in Iran

Turkish police, blast victims' mourners clash

People trying to lay flowers at site of peace rally bombs that killed 95 hit with tear gas; government, Kurds swap blame, as ISIS so far silent

Iran claims successful guided long-range missile test

New precision ballistic missile is first tested since landmark nuclear deal; Islamic Republic already claims missiles that can hit Israel

Fighting words from North Korea's dictator on country's anniversary

North Korea marked the 70th anniversary of the ruling Worker's Party by staging a military parade and rally

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