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Gang robs security guard outside Berlin Apple shop
Police are hunting for a gang that robbed a security guard as he was picking up cash from Germany's biggest Apple's store.
Scotland's leader: Voters 'tricked' in referendum
Scotland's independence leader has accused Britain's politicians of reneging on their promises to give more powers to Scots, as the main political parties bickered over how to take political reform forward.
Official says Syrian refugee flood into Turkey hits 100,000 as Islamic State group advances
The head of Turkey's disaster management agency says the number of refugees seeking shelter in Turkey from the Islamic State group's advance across northern Syria has hit 100,000.
Sierra Leone reaches final day of Ebola lockdown
Volunteers going door to door during a three-day lockdown intended to combat Ebola in Sierra Leone say some residents are growing increasingly frustrated and complaining about food shortages.
Arab states lag in media war against extremists
As the Islamic State group battles across Syria and Iraq, pushing back larger armies and ruling over entire cities, it is also waging an increasingly sophisticated media campaign that has rallied disenfranchised youth and outpaced the sluggish efforts of Arab governments to stem its appeal.
Last king of Nepal suffers heart attack
Doctors say Nepal's former king has suffered a heart attack and has been hospitalized.
Lack of trust keeps Iran, US away from coalition
Iran and the United States share a common enemy in the Islamic State militant group, but a deep-seated lack of trust has so far kept the longtime foes from publicly joining hands in a coalition to defeat the extremists.
Spain repatriates priest with Ebola from Africa
The Spanish government is preparing to repatriate a priest who has been diagnosed with the Ebola virus after working in Sierra Leone.
Investigators at loss to explain Air Algerie crash
Investigators probing the crash of an Air Algerie jet in July that killed everyone on board say they have no solid leads on the cause of the accident.
NATO chief: Ukraine has cease-fire "in name only"
NATO's top general says he has little faith in the 2-week-old cease-fire between Ukraine and pro-Russian militants fighting in the country's east.
India, China quietly struggle in Indian Ocean
Philippine storm moves north, leaves 5 dead
UN envoy says Iraq looks to countries for help
Sweden: Russian military jets violate air space
Britain plans political upheaval after Scot vote
Kenya: 1 year after attack, guards still unarmed
Syrian Kurds fleeing IS group cross into Turkey
Original Marquis de Sade manuscript on display
Sarkozy announces France political comeback
German Muslims protest against Islamic State group
French medic getting experimental Ebola treatment
Iranian youth behind 'Happy' video sentenced
Burger King Japan's latest meal is the new black
UK to make changes after Scotland vote keeps union
Sierra Leone to shut down for 3 days to slow Ebola
France dismisses accusations it pays ransoms
White House orders plan for antibiotic resistance
Scots decide whether to declare independence
France to provide air support in Iraq
US: Syrian rebel training may start in 3 months
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