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Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams released

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams was released Sunday after four days in police custody in connection with the 1972 abduction and killing of a mother of 10 by the Irish Republican Army, police in Northern Ireland said.

Afghanistan mourns landslide victims

Sunday is a day of mourning in Afghanistan for the victims of two landslides that turned a village into a mass grave last week.

World rallies for kidnapped girls

Protesters took the streets again Sunday, mounting international pressure on Nigeria do more to rescue more than 200 schoolgirls abducted by militants.

World rallies for kidnapped girls

International pressure on Nigeria is mounting with protesters taking to the streets around the world to demand the rescue of hundreds of schoolgirls abducted by the terror group Boko Haram.

Ukraine PM heads to Odessa after bloodshed

Ukraine's prime minister visited the Black Sea port city of Odessa on Sunday, two days after a street battle between supporters and opponents of Russia ended in a deadly blaze that killed more than 40 people.

Malaysian police round up suspected terrorists

Police in Malaysia are holding 11 people on suspicion of involvement in a militant group responsible for planning acts of terror, police spokesman Datin Asmawati said Sunday.

South Korean ferry death toll rises to 242

The grim reality has begun to set in for the relatives of those aboard the South Korean Sewol ferry, as officials have confirmed yet more deaths.

Dad helps toddler smoke on camera?

After seeing video of a father and toddler inhaling, Kelly Wallace reminds us why we shouldn't be smoking near our kids.

Italian Cup Final marred by violence

The start of the Italian Cup Final in Rome's Olympic Stadium between Napoli and Fiorentina has been delayed after violence broke out before the game.

Year after genocide trial, is there justice?

Ten days after former Guatemalan dictator Efrain Rios Montt was found guilty of genocide, his conviction was overturned. Many are sounding the alarm over recent moves they say threaten the country's justice system.

Afghan landslide: Rubble declared a mass grave

Rescuers will not dig out hundreds of people feared buried underneath stones and mud in a remote village in northeastern Afghanistan, authorities said Saturday.

OSCE observers freed in east Ukraine

A team of international military observers seized by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine was freed Saturday as Kiev resumed military action to tackle the pro-Moscow gunmen who have overrun the region.

Cubans embrace real estate deals

Real estate brokers help Cubans buy and sell property after reforms open up Havana's market. Karl Penhaul reports.

Voices from Ukraine

As militant forces take over government buildings in eastern Ukraine, Pro-Russian and Pro-Ukrainian protesters are on conflicting sides.

'Hop on Pop' accused of promoting violence

"Catcher in the Rye." "Fifty Shades of Grey." "The Satanic Verses." The protest of controversial books is nothing new, but one particularly sensitive reader in Toronto issued a challenge over something a bit less sensational.

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