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A United Nations agency has declared a state of emergency in Gaza City after two days of heavy rains and flooding in the war-ravaged Palestinian enclave.
Taliban militants have attacked a foreign guesthouse in central Kabul, hours after a suicide bomber targeted a British embassy vehicle in a blast that killed six.
Ferguson was calm on Thanksgiving, but video showing Cleveland police shooting dead a young black boy could once again inflame simmering tensions.
Eleven people have died in a coal mine explosion in China, in the country's second deadly accident in two days.
North Korea has revealed that Kim Jong-Un's younger sister holds the title of a senior party official.
Afghanistan's upper house of parliament has approved agreements with the US and NATO allowing about 12,500 troops to remain in the country next year.
The internet now allows you to rent rooms in strangers' homes and take rides in their cars. But how about booking dinner in a stranger's home?
An Ebola vaccine is still months away, experts say, as researchers report success in early safety tests with a leading candidate.
A tiger set free in Russia has killed 18 Chinese goats across the border, with Beijing's state media saying the feline felon was one freed by the Russian president.
The police officer who shot dead an unarmed black teenager in the United States, Darren Wilson, has said he would not have done anything differently.
Firefighters in Australia had to rescue a woman from a three-metre-deep sinkhole, which swallowed her when she was hanging out her washing.
A group of friends used a unique approach to get their photograph on their favourite curry house's wall - they sent a piece of lamb from the restaurant to space.
A Bronze Age dagger which was used to hold a door open in a farmer's home for 12 years has sold for £38,970.
A wild elephant stormed into a crowded pilgrimage town in Sri Lanka and trampled two men to death near Buddhism's most sacred tree.
The Greek island of Crete is preparing to take in some 700 migrants aboard a freighter immobilised by engine failure.
Golf ball-sized hail has smashed cars and buildings as a super cell sweeps through Brisbane
Cash machines have stopped working in rebel-held east Ukraine and businesses are no longer accepting credit cards.
An Egyptian court has sentenced 78 minors to prison for calling for the return of ousted president Mohamed Morsi.
It is an odd tradition, to be sure. Every year, on the eve of Thanksgiving, the president of the United States "pardons" a turkey at the White House.
Siberia air passengers had to get out and push their plane in temperatures of minus 52degC after its chassis froze, Russian prosecutors say.
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