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New drone video captures Chernobyl 30 years later

Thirty years after the worst nuclear disaster in history at Chernobyl

United Nations: North Korea food crisis worsening

U.N. food agency says water scarcity has caused a drop in ?North Korea's food production for the first time since 2010

Country changes Olympics uniforms to protect athletes from Zika

South Korea's Olympic committee unveils Zika-proof uniforms for Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro

Suicide bomber hits Turkish city popular with tourists

Bombing in Bursa wounds at least 7; U.S. issues new warning to tourists about "credible indications" of terrorist threats against tourist areas

Stowaway girl, 10, raises security questions

Girl left home in Moscow for school and flew to St. Petersburg without identification or a ticket

Philippine leader says militants plotted against boxing star

President Benigno Aquino III says group that beheaded Canadian man also plotted to nab Manny Pacquiao, and his own sister

5 civilians killed as war quietly rages in eastern Ukraine

Pregnant woman among at least five killed in worst civilian loss of life in months since two year war started and claimed over nine thousand lives

N. Korea builds mock up of South's presidential palace for target practice

North Korea has repeatedly threatened the palace while U.S and S. Korea heighten sanctions

Japan allows unstressed cats to schmooze after-hours

Formerly barred from being kept up past 8 p.m. in popular "cat cafes," felines given a pass after input from experts

Venezuelan public employees put on 2-day work week

State workers in shock as president announces dramatic move to try and address a crisis roiling socialist state

50 years of Bond style

Roger Moore's white tuxedo, the golden pistol of Scaramanga and Q's gadgets have all come together for "Designing 007: Fifty Years of Bond Style" exhibition

Iranians worry as morality police go undercover

Parents fear for daughters as religious launch new intuitive to crack down "open social corruption"

"Broken" Paris attacks suspect moved back to France

Salah Abdeslam, said to be "falling apart" by lawyer, accused of participating in carnage that left 130 dead

More than two dozen lions saved from South American circuses

Thirty-three lions taken from circuses in Peru and Colombia are to live out the rest of their lives in a private sanctuary in South Africa

Jury: Victims in 1989 soccer stadium tragedy not at fault

In 1989, Liverpool fans swarmed onto stadium grounds, crowding the stands in crushing chaos; 96 people were killed

Iraqis deliver string of blows to ISIS, but ...

U.S. officials say ISIS has lost around 40 percent of the territory it once controlled in Iraq and the stream of fighters has slowed -- but the numbers don't tell the whole story

Court rules police responsible for 1989 soccer stampede

For nearly three decades, 96 football fans who were crushed to death before a British playoff match were blamed for their own deaths

Iraqi forces see string of victories against ISIS

Iraq says it's now fully recaptured the city of Hit, which sits in a key strategic position on an ISIS supply line between Iraq and Syria

?Chilean poet Neruda reburied at his coastal home

The writer died in the chaos following Chile's 1973 right-wing military coup, and some have speculated he was poisoned

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