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Birds’ eye view of deadly London crime sceneTwo men attacked a man believed to be a British soldier near a London military barracks Wednesday, in what British authorities were investigating as a possible terror act.
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Two assailants hacked to death a man reported to be a British soldier on a London street before delivering an apparent Islamic rant to bystanders.
Chelsea Flower Show, face transplant in Poland, Oklahoma residents cope with tornado aftermath and more.
Fun and fascinating creatures around the world.
Battle of Teutoburg Forest reenactment, Mars Curiosity rover drilling massive tornado strikes Moore, Oklahoma and more.
For centuries, merchants have traveled to the Danakil Depression to collect salt from the vast desert basin.
Preakness Stakes, deadly tornadoes, Whit Monday, Gothic festival, World Dog Show and more.
Attacks, which hit market places and crowded bus stops, pushed death toll in Iraq since Wednesday to more than 200.
With U.S. air support vanishing, Afghan soldiers will have to rely on their own air force and unarmored ambulances.
Cyclone Mahasen, Texas tornadoes, puffin census, melting Swiss glacier and more.
At 13, Radomir Franz knew he wanted to be a taxidermist. Now, he’s one of Europe’s most sought-after experts in the field.
The cyclone weakens into a tropical storm and then dissipates, causing far less damage than had been feared.
Bolivian workers strike, Nakba Day clashes, Barbie Dreamhouse protest, Cambodian factory collapse and more.
Facing influx of more than 400,000 Syrians displaced by war, Turkish leaders appeal for international aid.
Epecuen, which spent a quarter-century under water, is coming up for air in the farmlands southwest of Buenos Aires.
Wisconsin wildfire, Nakba Day march, Bangladesh prayer service, Prince Harry visits New Jersey and more.
Pigeons, sloth bear cubs, a pygmy hippo’s first steps, bison and more.
What U.S. forces are leaving behind in Afghanistan after more than a decade of war.
The middle class is becoming a majority in Mexico, where dramatic demographic changes are taking place.
In a society rooted in egalitarianism, the families of top Communist Party officials wield increasing clout.
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- More controversy for Japan party as lawmaker accuses Koreans of involvement in prostitution
- Falling yen may help Japan, but proving a headache for other countries, especially in Asia
- Bernanke warning that now is not the time to end stimulus reignites stock rally
- Rockets land in Congolese city of Goma as UN secretary-general arrives in capital
- Kenya truth report shows assassinations, land grabs, corruption plagued its past governments
- Opposition in Burkina Faso vow to fight creation of a Senate
- AP PHOTOS: Nigeria mourns and prepares to bury writer Chinua Achebe at his family's rural home
- Kerry, US allies push peace talks on Syrian rebels, while promising them more aid
- IAEA report: Iran expands nuclear technology for program that could be used to make weapons
- Egypt's president claims victory in release of 7 security personnel abducted in Sinai
- UN's top Mideast envoy says there are mounting reports of chemical weapons use in Syria
- More than 1 million in Montreal told to boil their drinking water
- Toronto mayor from job as football coach for reason unrelated to scandal, officials say
- Entrenched Mexico drug mafia, vigilantes battle for control of agricultural Michoacan state
- Little done in Brazil to improve safety at gathering spots 100 days after nightclub fire
- Pentagon to seek new records system for vets health care, says it won't solve claims backlog
- Obama administration acknowledges 4 American citizens killed in US drone strikes since 2009
- Fort Jackson, SC, commander suspended, facing adultery charges
- US missile test postponed in April due to North Korean tensions is now scheduled for Tuesday