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Police say assailants opened fire on an Israeli vehicle in the West Bank, killing one person and wounding two.
Mexico says it will fight money laundering by using "kingpin" lists like those issued by the United States.
Bolivian authorities say Amazon villagers nearly killed two young men with venomous ants, tying them to a tree swarming with the insects for allegedly stealing three motorcycles.
Four people were treated for injuries and are lucky to be alive after a passenger bus slammed into the back of a stalled truck and burst into flames in southeastern Mexico Sunday, leaving 36 people dead.
Police in central Pakistan say they have arrested a man suspected of cannibalism after finding body parts including a skull that may have belonged to a child in his house.
The chief prosecutor in the Oscar Pistorius murder trial continued Monday to question nearly every aspect of the Olympian's story surrounding his fatal shooting of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
A United Nations human rights investigator is urging Iran to stop the planned execution of a woman said to be the victim of a sexual assault over concerns that she didn't receive a fair trial.
The BBC reports that pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline is accused of bribing doctors to prescribe medicines in Poland.
A Libyan judge in the trial of former regime officials has decided that Moammar Gadhafi's son, held by a militia in the country's west, can attend the proceedings through a video link.
A French auction house is abandoning plans to sell dozens of items from Nazi Germany including a small wooden box bearing three swastikas that was once owned by Adolf Hitler.
A nearly 20-hour gunbattle in Indian-controlled Kashmir ended Monday after government troops killed two suspected rebels in the Himalayan region's main city, a senior police official said.
The city of Birmingham in central England has expanded an investigation into an alleged Muslim plot to greatly expand Islamic influence in the city's school system.
Austrian police say they are conducting an international search for two teenage girls who left farewell letters announcing plans to "fight for Islam" in Syria.
Police say an explosion that ripped through a busy bus station in Nigeria's capital has killed at least 71 people and wounded 124.
Senior French and German officials have warned that the surge in nationalism fueling the crisis in Ukraine echoes the ideas that gripped Europe a century ago and led to World War I.
King Juan Carlos of Spain has begun a visit to the United Arab Emirates by telling the oil-rich nation that it is at the top of his country's political and economic agenda.
Syrian state media say pro-government troops have seized a rebel-held town near the border with Lebanon, continuing a march to dislodge opposition strongholds from along the rugged frontier.
The murder trial of Olympic and Paralymic athlete Oscar Pistorius was temporarily adjourned by the presiding judge Monday as the double-amputee runner broke down and began crying during cross-examination by state prosecutor Gerrie Nel.
An explosion has blasted through a busy commuter bus station on the outskirts of Nigeria's capital, Abuja, as hundreds of people were traveling to work.
The chief of the international chemical weapons watchdog says Syria has to ratchet up its movement of raw materials for poison gas and nerve agents if it is to meet deadlines for destroying the stockpile.