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Hundreds of children have been systematically raped, beaten and sex trafficked in a northern English town for more than 12 years. And it is still going on, a government commissioned report says.
The Ebola outbreak "continues to accelerate" in West Africa and has killed 1,552 people so far, the World Health Organization said Thursday.
A new French government was announced Tuesday, one day after it dissolved amid turmoil among top ministers.
It was 2 a.m. on a stormy summer morning.
Strolling between shelves crammed with his records, Zero Freitas pauses and finds another piece of music that he just must take home.
Six simple words have sent Hello Kitty lovers into a spin.
This jellyfish has an amazing ability to rejuvenate. Does it hold the key to immortality?
Airborne for white, sandy beaches, turquoise Cuban waters and swaying palms, two women apparently broke out their duty-free booze on Wednesday and partied hearty in a passenger jet bathroom.
It's another small sliver of information in the expanse of mystery surrounding Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
Former Jihadist Mubin Shaikh shares details of his radicalization and recruitment into a terror group
Police are looking for a couple suspected of attacking and then burying alive a six-year-old girl in an Indian village in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.
n a raid on a luxury apartment in France, agents caught Ibrahim Boudina, a French-Algerian man they say brought Syrian-schooled terror to Europe.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has infected more than 2,600 and killed nearly 1,500.
"Any attempt by you, Obama, to deny the Muslims their rights of living in safety under the Islamic caliphate will result in the bloodshed of your people" may have been the last words James Foley ever heard.
Militants battling the Syrian government seize control of a border crossing between Syria and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. The takeover represents a new dynamic in a war threatening to widen into a destabilizing regional conflict.
John Jairo Velasquez -- the top hit man for notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar in the '80s, known in Colombia as the "narcoterrorism era" -- is a free man for the first time in 22 years.
Spanish fashion retailer Zara has apologized for selling a striped T-shirt bearing a yellow star that drew criticism for its resemblance to uniforms worn by Jewish concentration camp inmates.
The U.N. Security Council unanimously approved a resolution on Libya on Wednesday that calls for an immediate ceasefire and includes sanctions for those involved in violence there.
The U.S. Coast Guard fired at an Iranian fishing dhow in the Persian Gulf after the Iranian boat pointed a machine gun at the American crew, the Navy says.