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Obama apologizes for Afghan hospital bombing

President Obama delivered a rare, personal apology to the head of Doctors Without Borders

And the Nobel Prize for literature goes to...

Svetlana Alexievich wins for works Nobel judges call "a monument to suffering and courage"

Russia strikes tipping Syria war in Assad's favor?

Russia is launching its cruise missiles as part of a coordinated attack in the air and on the ground with the Syrian regime

FIFA Chief banned in corruption scandal

Sepp Blatter and UEFA Preisdent Michel Platini are issued with provisional ban from FIFA

N. Korea primps and preps for lavish anniversary events

Pyongyang to host thousands of guests from inside and outside the country as Workers' Party celebrates 70 years at helm of the Hermit Kingdom

Russia tipping the balance for Assad in Syria war?

After more than 4 years of stalemate and 250,000 deaths, dictator who Obama said must go could be gaining the upper hand

Netanyahu bans Jewish officials from Jerusalem holy site

Israeli PM fears high-profile visits to Temple Mount could further enflame tensions in the country

?Iran lobbied for Russian campaign in Syria, officials say

One of Iran's most powerful generals met with Russian President Vladimir Putin to push for intervention, Iraqi government officials say

U.S. intelligence didn't see ISIS coming

White House officials have admitted terror intelligence didn't predict the rise of the terror group ISIS

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Obama apologizes for Afghanistan hospital bombing, South Carolina floods head down stream, and more

Are Russian airstrikes helping the Syrian regime?

Russia says it is targeting ISIS and al Qaeda-linked fighters; but the U.S. says American-backed rebels are also taking a hit.

Russia launches 26 cruise missiles to northern Syria

Russia says it launched 26 cruise missiles today from its warships on the Caspian Sea

Sec. of Defense: U.S. not cooperating with Russia against ISIS

Defense Secretary Ash Carter says U.S.-led coalition will not agree to cooperate with Russia as long as Moscow continues to strike other targets

U.S. indicts former Honduras official on money laundering charges

The four-time presidential candidate and business owner recently vacated his role in the government of Honduras with no explanation

Footage shows latest ISIS destruction of Syrian antiquities

Iconic Arch of Triumph is latest on long list of ancient relics and buildings destroyed since ISIS took over the city of Palmyra

U.S. warplane rerouted over Syria to avoid Russians, Pentagon says

Syrian airspace increasingly crowded, with both U.S. and Russia launching airstrikes in Syria -- but backing different sides in the country's civil war

Obama apologizes to Doctors Without Borders

The president promised a full investigation and possible changes to prevent a repeat incident

Putin plays with NHL stars, gets trophy for birthday

The Russian president, now 63, is an avid hockey fan, and he scored seven goals in win against team led by defense minister

Pope Francis plans to visit Mexico next year

Francis previously said he wanted to have entered the U.S. from Mexico in solidarity with migrants during his recent U.S.

Actor dressed up as Hitler: Germans greeted me warmly

Nazi leader may be one of the most notorious figures in world history but some in Germany apparently still have affection for him

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