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Oscar Pistorius under the microscope at murder trial

Oscar Pistorius arrived in court Tuesday for another day under the microscope, a day after his neighbors testified that he was desperate to save Reeva Steenkamp's life after he shot her last year.

Kidnapper: Allah says to sell girls

The terrorist group that kidnapped 200 Nigerian schoolgirls says that they will sell them at market. Isha Sesay reports.

Al Qaeda gunmen 'kill EU worker'

Al Qaeda gunmen killed at least two people Monday, including a French employee of the European Union's mission to Yemen, in one of the latest acts of violence in the country's capital after the government's crackdown on the terror group, two high-level Yemeni government officials said.

Libya gets new premier

After a chaotic day that saw Libya pick a new prime minister only for the vote be declared invalid hours later, the volatile North African country appears to have a new premier -- the fifth in more than two years.

6.0 quake shakes Thailand

A 6.0 magnitude earthquake shook northern Thailand on Monday evening, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

FBI: Syria war raises U.S. worries

A possible threat posed by thousands of westerners who have been drawn to Syria by the ongoing civil war has become a top worry among counter-terrorism officials in Europe and the United States, FBI Director James Comey said Friday.

Etihad Airways unveils world's most luxurious passenger jets

Etihad Airways obviously had a clear agenda when redesigning the cabins on its Airbus A380 and Boeing 787 Dreamliner passenger jets -- come up a product so outlandishly luxurious that the world's jet setters are left with no question as to who's leading the inflight glitz game.