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The gunman who killed a soldier and attempted to storm Canada's parliament before being killed was on a terror watch list as a "high risk" suspect.
The US military has admitted that a bundle of ammunition and weapons dropped over Kobane ended up in enemy hands.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says he's "confident" his asylum status will be resolved, as he awaits an imminent ruling on his case by a Swedish court.
The Ebola epidemic will take at least four months to contain even if all necessary steps are taken.
Hong Kong student leaders say they may shun further talks with the government.
French oil giant Total has named new bosses after its chief executive was killed in Moscow when his jet hit a snowplough.
Four former employees of the Blackwater security firm have been found guilty in connection with the 2007 shootings of more than 30 Iraqis in Baghdad that left 14 dead.
Switzerland has announced it would like traditions such as yodelling to be inscribed on a United Nations global heritage list.
Barack Obama got more than he bargained for when he decided to vote early in Chicago's mid-term elections.
An Australian teenager, nicknamed the 'Ginger Jihadi', has become a spokesman for the Islamic State.
A woman working at a convenience store in the United States fended off a would-be thief with a can of insecticide.
A chronology of the events that unfolded on the streets of the Canadian capital.
Australian judge Michael Kirby has urged the United Nations to seek war crimes prosecutions of North Korea.
Australia correspondent Tom McRae takes a look at the big news from Australia this week - Gough Whitlam, the 'Ginger Jihadi' and the Wallabies' new coach.
Nepal has called off a search for any more survivors of a Himalayan snowstorm that claimed some 43 lives, after more than a week of scouring the popular trekking region.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has ordered police strength to be reinforced after a hit-and-run "terror attack".
Video released by the Globe and Mail newspaper shows the moment a gunman opened fire inside Canada's parliament building in Ottawa.
In a recent poll in the US, nearly half of all respondents admitted to falling asleep behind the wheel at one time or another.
A Kiwi psychologist working in Dubai says two New Zealand salesmen who have appeared in the emirate's Criminal Court must have been "extremely desperate".
A man who once nailed his testicles to the ground in Red Square has sliced off part of his ear in protest at the forced psychiatric treatment of Russian dissidents.
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