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Pope warns crowd in Africa of risk of radicalization

Francis addresses thousands on 1st stop of 3-nation Africa trip, shirking security risks to urge faith and warn against using religion as a justification for violence

Crisis averted in Turkey-Russia conflict -- for now

Turkish official says Russia and Turkey "do not have the luxury of bad relations," but both nations stick to their versions of shootdown of Russian fighter jet

Photos of a starving girl's story that thawed a weary heart

Sebastian Rich has documented the worst the world has to offer, so watching Nyajima-Guet come back to life was a welcome change

South Sudan survival story

A 4-year-old girl's will to live and efforts to help her do it thaw the heart of war-weary photographer Sebastian Rich

ISIS built tunnels to survive airstrikes in Sinjar

A video reveals an underground city built while ISIS had control of the Iraqi town Sinjar

Turkey and Russia easing tensions after jet shootdown

After Turkish forces shot down a Russian fighter jet conducting airstrikes in Syria earlier this week, tensions escalated

U.S. general on errors that lead to deadly hospital airstrike

General John Campbell, commander of U.S. troops in Afghanistan, said the bombing of a Doctors Without Borders hospital last month was a tragic and avoidable accident

Obama: Americans are secure on eve of Thanksgiving

As millions of Americans take to the roads and the skies to get to their Thanksgiving destinations, President Obama offered assurance they wouldn't need to worry about an attack from ISIS

"Human error" blamed for U.S. airstrike on Afghan hospital

"This was a tragic, but avoidable accident" says U.S. commander in Afghanistan of deadly U.S. airstrike on Afghanistan hospital

?Paris hotel and airline bookings drop sharply

As fewer visitors opt to visit Paris, companies that sell travel insurance say business is booming

Germany will step up fight against ISIS, Chancellor Merkel says

Germany currently provides weapons and training for Kurds fighting against ISIS in Iraq

Honduras rocked by multiple massacres

Investigators found a voodoo doll stuffed with needles bearing police commissioner's face at one crime scene

Fmr. Ambassador calls for calm between Russia, Turkey

Russia says it will continue strikes in Syria after a military jet was shot down by Turkey's government

Inside the ISIS propaganda machine

ISIS continues to release videos threatening attacks in the U.S. and Europe

Canada slows down Syrian refugee resettlement

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had previously wanted to resettle 25,000 refugees in the country by the end of December

U.S. reveals new details on shootdown of Russian plane

Latest details come as Putin takes action in response to Turkey shooting down warplane

Pope urges Kenyans to stand against "enemies of peace"

Francis brushes aside security concerns at start of six-day pilgrimage to Africa

U.S. servicemen suspended over Afghan hospital attack

Attack in Kunduz on Doctors Without Borders facility was result of egregious series of human and technical failures, U.S. commander says

Obama addresses U.S. security ahead of Thanksgiving

President Obama sought to reassure Americans on the eve of Thanksgiving weekend that the U.S. was doing all it could to keep the homeland safe in light of the recent terror attacks in Paris

ISIS claims suicide attack on Tunisian presidential guard

If claim is proven true, it is latest in series of attacks from Europe to Asia showing ISIS seeding terror well beyond Iraq and Syria

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