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The Israeli military says it has recovered the final three bodies buried beneath the rubble of a construction site collapse in Tel Aviv, setting the final death toll from the incident at six.
Serbian police say they have arrested a migrant suspected of stabbing a young Serbian man in a brawl.
The European Union says it will add 115 million euros ($129 million) in funding to humanitarian organizations in Greece to assist programs for refugees and migrants ahead of the winter.
Russia's traffic-clogged capital has opened a commuter rail line circling the city that is aimed at easing congestion on roads and improving connections between far-flung areas.
Did Amelia Earhart survive her plane crash? This is the most likely theory, with evidence emerging that she was making contact for days after her plane disappeared.
Turkey's state-run news agency says the imprisoned leader of the Kurdish rebels will be allowed to meet with family during an upcoming Islamic holiday.
Around 2 million Muslims from around the world are beginning the five-day hajj pilgrimage on Saturday.
Mali's defense ministry says three soldiers were killed and two seriously injured in an attack by unidentified gunmen near the central town of Boni.
The Latest on Syria's civil war (all times local): 3 p.m.
Saudi Arabia's top cleric will not be delivering this year's prestigious hajj sermon on Sunday for the first time in more than three decades.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports that northern Peru has been jolted by a magnitude 6.0 earthquake.
Scandinavian Airlines is banning passengers from using the new Samsung Note 7 smartphone on its flights because of concern about fires.
Taiwanese prosecutors have closed their investigation into a July bus crash that killed all 26 people on board, including 23 Chinese tourists, saying the driver was suicidal.
The main Syrian opposition umbrella group says it hopes a new U.S.-Russian agreement will be enforced in order to ease the suffering of civilians.
Britain's trade minister says U.K. businesses generally are too lazy to export goods around the world.
The United States and Russia working in lockstep against the Islamic State group and al-Qaida's affiliate in Syria.
A Pakistani court has denied bail to a man accused of slaying a British-Pakistani woman in the country's latest so-called "honor killing." Samia Shahid's father, Muhammad Shahid, and ex-husband, Muhammad Shakeel, are accused of killing her in July because she had divorced Shakeel and married a Shiite Muslim.
Police say two people have died and at least 25 others have been injured as government forces fired tear gas and clashed with protesters demanding freedom from Indian control in Kashmir.