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Suicide bomber hits Shi'ite procession in Nigeria's Kano state
Militants attack Muslims in Kano
Islamic State Claims Attack on Bangladesh Shi'ite Shrine; One Dead
The attack killed a cleric, and wounded three others
Pirates Attack Polish Ship off Nigerian Coast, Kidnap Five
Polish Foreign Minister says that kidnappers have made no demands so far
Black Friday Crowds Thin After U.S. Stores Open on Thanksgiving
Shoppers responded to early Black Friday discounts with a mix of enthusiasm and caution.
Two Palestinians Shot After Attack on Israeli Soldiers
A wave of Israeli-Palestinian violence that began more than eight weeks ago has shown no end in sight.
Hillary Clinton Wins Union Endorsements, But Not Enthusiasm
Many rank-and-file union members remain drawn to Sanders.
U.K. Child Sex Abuse Inquiry to Probe VIP, Political Allegations
The inquiry will last at least five years and cost about 18 million pounds ($27 million)
Turkey Arrests Two Journalists on Terrorism Charges
Their newspaper published footage that purported to show the state intelligence agency helping send weapons to Syria
Two People Arrested in Connection With Mali Attack
The attack on the luxury hotel in Mali's capital killed 20 people.
Putin Pledges Cooperation in U.S.-Led Anti-ISIS Fight
But Putin warned that cooperation will be in jeopardy if there are any repeats of Turkey's shooting down of a Russian jet.
War of Words Between Turkey and Russia Escalates
Turkey dismissed Russia's threats of economic retaliation as "emotional" and "unfitting".
Israeli Government, Military, Argue Over Best Strategy to Combat Violence
Young Palestinians have killed 19 Israelis and an American in spontaneous attacks over the last two months, while Israel forces have killed 91 Palestinians.
Newly Released Footage Raises Questions Over Police Shooting of Chicago Teen
McDonald's killing and the 13-month delay releasing any video taken by dashboard cameras on squad cars at the scene have led to days of demonstrations.
Police in Berlin Arrest Two People Suspected of Planning Attack
Police raided an Islamic cultural center in western Berlin and arrested two men aged 28 and 48 at a separate location.
Chicago Appears Calm Following Release of Video Footage Showing Police Shooting
Protests were mostly small and peaceful in the days following the release of video footage showing the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald.
Gunmen Open Fire on Bangladeshi Shi'ite Mosque
The shooting was the second such attack on the country's tiny Shia Muslim community.
Brussels Mosque Powder Scare Turns Out to be False Alarm
Belgian authorities investigate a suspect powder that police later said turned out to be flour.
Stranded Migrants Storm Greek-Macedonia Border Fence
They were among about 1,500 migrants who have been stranded near Greece's northern border town of Idomeni.
Report: Boko Haram Militants Kill 18 in Southern Niger
The guerrillas arrived in the village of Gogone on foot and opened fire indiscriminately on residents, sources said.
Spectators Flock to Thanksgiving Parade Despite Security Fears
New York officials said about 3.5 million spectators would turn out for the city's signature parade, in its 89th year.
Chinese Court Upholds Conviction Against Journalist but Lowers Sentence by Two Years
The Beijing high court reduced Gao Yu's sentence to five years for leaking a party document
Venezuela Opposition Activist Shot Dead, Party Says
Armed assailants in a vehicle shot Luis Diaz, head of Democratic Action party in Altagracia de Orituco
IDF: Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Who Stabbed Soldier
The incident occurred a day after a visit by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, who was exploring ways to end the violence.
Oslo Court: Norway Aid Agency Negligent in Kenya Kidnapping
Gunmen in Kenya abducted a former employee of the Norwegian Refugee Council in 2012.
Ayatollah Khamenei: U.S. Using Sex and Money to Infiltrate Iran
The remarks by Ayatollah Ali Khamenei followed a wave of arrests of journalists and intellectuals.
At Trump Rallies, Rage, Fear and Simmering Aggression
The rallies combine a gleeful rejection of establishment politics with a fear that the country is becoming un-American
Saudi Arabia To Sue Twitter User Who Called Poet's Death Sentence 'ISIS-Like'
The user compared the death sentence handed down to Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh to the punishments meted out by Islamic State.
Rights Groups: U.K.-Made Missile Used in Deadly Strike in Yemen
A team of investigators found the remnants of missiles manufactured by Marconi Dynamics.
Russia and Turkey Remain Defiant in Fighter Jet Row
Russia sent an advanced missile system to Syria on Wednesday to protect its jets operating there.
U.S. Investigation Calls Kunduz Hospital Strike 'Tragic Mistake'
The attack killed 22 people, including 12 Medecins Sans Frontieres staff.
Militants Fight Their Way Into Army Base in Indian Kashmir, Officer Says
One person was wounded when a kerosene tank exploded
Afghan Forces Launch Bid to Rescue 18 Captured by Taliban
Police say government soldiers are among those being held