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Liberian Dies of Ebola After Nation Declared Disease-Free
Over 11,000 people died from Ebola.
EU Makes Final Effort to Save the Greek Bailout
"There has been a lot of movement in the last few hours, in the direction of a new proposal."
Video: Over 100 Feared Dead as Massive Indonesian C-130 Plane Crashes Into Buildings
Black smoke billowed from the crash site and crowds of people milled around the wreckage.
Hugh Tovar, CIA Operative at the Center of Cold War Intrigues, Dies at 92
The famed CIA officer served while the U.S. and Soviet Union fought proxy wars in Southeast Asia.
Photos: Greece's Economic Crisis
The deadline for Greece to repay its 1.6 billion euro loan to the IMF is June 30.
Greece Will Miss $1.8 Billion Loan Repayment, Government Confirms
Markets tumbled as failure to reach a deal sent Europe into "uncharted territory."
Pentagon: Islamic State Still a Threat as Caliphate Enters Second Year
Islamic State militants still control the Iraqi city of Mosul, a year after Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi declared himself the head of the new caliphate.
As Russia Makes Moves in the Arctic, Some Finns Fear a Red Army from Within
Some worry about those Russians in Finland’s military as Moscow's incursions progress.
Bringing Lions Back to Rwanda
The last of the country’s lion population died out in the years after the 1994 genocide, wildlife officials have said.
A Rare Call for Tolerance of Gays in Russia
One member of parliament says it’s time for a policy of “don’t ask, don’t tell.”
Greece Will Not Pay 1.6 billon Euro Loan Due to IMF on Tuesday
The missed payment would bring Greece closer to a Euro exit if it prompted the European Central Bank to cut off emergency funding.
American Al-Qaeda Leader Blasted ISIS Before Death
Adam Gadahn criticized the militant group for killing fellow Muslims.
Israeli Doctors Will Refuse to Force-Feed Prisoners
Doctors are resisting the controversial law which so far has been passed by the cabinet.
Putin and Berlusconi Reunite at Siberian Dance Recital
The two also reportedly discussed relations between Moscow and the West in Altai.
Cigarettes, Colored Powder May Have Caused Taiwan Fire
More than 500 people were injured and one person was killed in the blaze.
French Beheading Suspect Denies Jihad Motivation
Susect Yassin Salh repeated earlier statements that he committed the act after a row with his wife the day before and his boss a few days earlier.
U.S. Stocks Post Worst Day of the Year on Greece Uncertainty
After an initial wave of selling, European stocks and the euro recovered some ground.
Islamic State Seizes Territory in Afghanistan from Taliban, Threatens Stability
Hundreds of insurgents pledging allegiance to Islamic State pushed out the Taliban.
Two Uber Managers Detained in Paris for 'Illicit Activity'
The managers were not identified.
Report: Greek Banks to Reopen on Thursday
The nation is expected to default on $1.77 billion worth of loans to the International Monetary Fund.
Greek Prime Minister Lobbies EU Commission Chief for Bailout Extension
Tsipras asked Juncker to help get the program "extended by a few days and help restore the Greek banking system's liquidity."
Hisham Barakat: Egypt's State Prosecutor Killed in Bombing Attack on Motorcade
The motorcade was attacked while traveling through the Heliopolis district of Cairo.
Euro on the Brink: Greek Banks Shutter as Debt Talks Breakdown
Greece has less than 48 hours to pay back 1.6 billion euros ($1.77 billion) of International Monetary Fund loans.
Banks, Stock Exchange to Be Shut in Greece
Athens' standoff with the E.U. and the IMF hits a dangerous new level.
Sargassum Is Ruining Beaches From Texas to Tobago
In the past five years, the seaweed has begun to turn up in unprecedented amounts.
From Pseudonym to Speaking Out: Anne Frank’s Best Friend
Jacqueline van Maarsen talks about the Holocaust through Anne’s story.
Iran Nuclear Talks: 'Major Differences' Remain
The Iranian foreign minister was to leave Vienna and return to Tehran for consultations.
Kasparov: 'Putin Doesn't Need Friends Any More. He Needs Enemies'
The former chess champion discusses paranoia, political ambition and Putin.
Why Have Armenia’s Youth Spent a Week Protesting?
Planned hikes in electricity tariffs of up to 22 percent have sparked demonstrations.
Greece Appears on Verge of Exiting the Euro
Eighteen European partners shut the door on extending a credit lifeline to Athens.