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South Korean police have charged the man behind a shocking knife attack on the US ambassador with attempted murder.
The Islamic State group's bulldozing of the ancient city of Nimrud in Iraq has been condemned by the United Nations as a "war crime".
US President Barack Obama says he believes deep racism unearthed in Ferguson is not common but could exist elsewhere in the country.
The search continues for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 as it hits the one-year mark on Sunday.
Emotions are running high among mourners in east Ukraine after laying to rest some of 33 miners killed in an apparent gas blast.
A lynch mob, made up of thousands of people, has stormed a prison compound in India's far northeast, dragging out a rape suspect before beating him to death.
Astronomers have observed four versions of a supernova which magnified and bent the exploding star's light to create separate images.
The Greek government plans to hire an army of amateur tax sleuths - including tourists - in a bid to fill the gaping hole in the country's finances.
Nearly 700 koalas have been secretly killed by lethal injection, and there are fears thousands more are at risk of dying from starvation due to overpopulation.
In a great audition for this year's dumbest criminal competition, a bungling thief has been caught on camera knocking himself out after attempting to break into a car.
'Jihadi John' has been described as a quiet, football-loving schoolboy before becoming the Islamic State executioner.
A Moscow court jailed an ex-policeman for 15 years for high treason after he was caught placing documents under a fake rock.
US authorities have announced charges against two Vietnamese nationals and a Canadian over a fraud scheme to steal more than a billion email addresses.
The space probe Dawn has begun orbiting the dwarf planet Ceres on a voyage into the solar system's main asteroid belt.
A hotel in central Stockholm came under siege by a badger that refused to allow any guests in or out, forcing police to intervene.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has announced he is cutting his salary by 10 percent as well as the earnings of several top government officials.
The EU has formally adopted climate change targets for December's Paris conference including a 40 percent cut in emissions by 2030.
Fourteen New Zealand soldiers who were awarded the Victoria Cross for bravery during World War I have been given another home in the heart of England.
Toronto police have dismissed an elaborate tunnel built deep in the woods by two men as a place for them to "hang out".
It's day four of a massive offensive by Iraqi forces to take back the city of Tikrit from Islamic State (IS) fighters.
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