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Ukrainians in the Battered East Scramble in Darkness as Winter Nears - 10 Hours ago
Sunday's elections offer voters few choices. Aleksandr Zakharchenko, a military leader and the unelected prime minister of the rebel Donetsk People's Republic, is a runaway favorite to win. "We all
  
    



Deposed Burkina Faso president in Ivory Coast - 66 Minutes ago
Burkina Faso's deposed president, Blaise Compaore, has reportedly arrived in the neighbouring Ivory Coast, less than 24 hours after being forced from power. Compaore, who resigned on Friday amid mass
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Police Make Arrest in Slayings of 4 in Kentucky - 12 Hours ago
Authorities have charged a man with killing his parents, his sister and an acquaintance nearly a week after the four were found shot to death in southwestern Kentucky. Kentucky State Police Sgt. Dean
  
    



US Democrats face a difficult mid-term election - 88 Minutes ago
DW: What are the most important election issues in Colorado for the November 4 mid-term elections? Seth Masket: At this moment, the most important issue is women's self-determination; abortion and
  
    



Iraqi peshmerga fighters cross into Kobane - 8 Hours ago
Iraqi peshmerga fighters have begun entering the Syrian border town of Kobane where they were expected to join the battle against Islamic State and the Levant (ISIL) fighters beseiging the town. Peshmerga
  
    



Opinion: 'Last-chance Commission' must shake things up - 8 Hours ago
Jean-Claude Juncker is an old-school European politician. He's been in the business of politics for decades, knows every Tom, Dick and Harry in Brussels and has worked tirelessly for European integration.
  
    



Dramatic end to car chase - 12 Hours ago
A man wanted for questioning over a stabbing on Saturday morning led police on a dramatic car chase that witnesses say culminated in a shooting in inner city Sydney. Stunned onlookers described how
  
    



Cashing in on 'cheap' Sydney - 11 Hours ago
Beijing: To set foot in a real estate expo in China is to run a frantic gauntlet of sales staff thrusting glossy pamphlets into every open hand they can find. Vying for the attention of cashed-up investors
  
    



Opinion: Moving away from capital punishment, one step at a time - 13 Hours ago
The Chinese legal system has traditionally been based on the principle of deterrence. As an old saying goes: Kill the chicken to scare the monkey (“sha ji jing hou”). Most Chinese tend to nod in agreement
  
    



Dramatic end as chase blocks Harbour Bridge - 13 Hours ago
A dramatic police chase through Sydney has ended, with the driver arrested in the city centre. Police blocked off the Sydney Harbour Bridge in an attempt to stop the driver behind the wheel of a white
  
    



Boko Haram claims to have German hostage, denies ceasefire - 12 Hours ago
Nigerian militant group Boko Haram claims to be holding a German hostage who was kidnapped from the state of Adamawa in northeastern Nigeria earlier this summer. Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau made
  
    



Hong Kong politician likens protesters to American slaves - 14 Hours ago
Hong Kong: A leading Hong Kong businesswoman and member of the city's Executive Council, which deliberates policy, compared the struggle of pro-democracy protesters to that of slaves in the American South
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Boko Haram denies truce with govt, says kidnapped girls 'married off' - 60 Minutes ago
12:36 Rachel Daniel, 35, holds up a picture of her abducted daughter Rose Daniel, 17, as her son Bukar, 7, sits beside her at her home in Maiduguri (Reuters / Joe Penney) The Boko Haram leader
  
    



Burkina Faso’s President Resigns, and General Takes Reins - 8 Hours ago
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Open Source: Street-Level Views of the Protests in Burkina Faso - 8 Hours ago
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Ferguson cop who shot Michael Brown ‘unlikely to face civil rights charges’ - 10 Hours ago
03:30 Supporters of officer Darren Wilson hold placards outside Barney's Sports Pub in St. Louis, Missouri August 23, 2014. (Reuters/Adrees Latif) The white police officer who shot and killed
  
    



Violence won't discourage Mexican tourism - 12 Hours ago
Oct 31, 2014 - 20:05 GMT The Mexican Drug War is estimated to have claimed 150,000 victims since 2007, and considering all the confusion surrounding the disappearance of 43 students at the end of September,
  
    



Former U.S. Envoy to Moscow Says Russians Are Still Spying on Him - 12 Hours ago
Michael McFaul said that Russian agents were tapping his telephone as well as that of his wife.
  
    



Mother whose son ‘baked to death’ in prison is awarded $2.25 mn - 11 Hours ago
02:33 Rikers Island is seen in this aerial photograph taken in New York on October 31, 2012. (Reuters/Adrees Latif) The mother of a former Marine with mental health problems who died in over
  
    



World Briefing: Mexico: American Marine Is Released From Jail - 11 Hours ago
An American Marine reservist who had been held in a Mexican jail for months was freed on psychological grounds on Friday, according to court documents.
  
    
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