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Indonesian presidential candidate declares victory, opponent says not so fast

Indonesian presidential candidate declares victory, opponent says not so fast

Hours after voting ended in Indonesia's presidential race, candidate Joko "Jokowi" Widodo proclaimed victory while his rival Prabowo Subianto urged patience as the official vote count proceeded.
Gaza timeline: From Samson and Delilah to Israeli-Palestinian fighting

Gaza timeline: From Samson and Delilah to Israeli-Palestinian fighting

The current violence between the Israeli military and militants in Gaza is the latest in a long history of fighting in the region. Here's a look at some events along the way. Biblical references
No more 'Harry Potter' films, Daniel Radcliffe says

No more 'Harry Potter' films, Daniel Radcliffe says

Sorry, "Potter" fans, Harry himself says not to count on another film.

Report: U.S. spied on American Muslim leaders

The U.S. government allegedly spied on prominent American Muslims under the same program it used to keep tabs on suspected terrorists, according to documents held by National Security Agency whistle-blower Edward Snowden.
Floodgates open as ISIS bridges victories between Syria and Iraq

Floodgates open as ISIS bridges victories between Syria and Iraq

After three years of seesaw battles with the regime, Syrian rebels now face another daunting challenge: fending off radical Sunni militants who are taking over swaths of the country.
Rockets and missiles fly; Israel prepares for possible Gaza ground operation

Rockets and missiles fly; Israel prepares for possible Gaza ground operation

As rockets and missiles fly back and forth between Gaza and Israel, the Israeli military -- saying it doesn't expect the crisis to resolve itself soon -- is preparing for a ground incursion.
More than 50 bodies, including 2 children, found in Iraq

More than 50 bodies, including 2 children, found in Iraq

More than 50 unidentified bodies were found in the predominantly Shiite town of Alexandria on Wednesday, Iraqi security officials said. Two children were among the dozens of bodies found in different parts of the town.
Taking aim at ISIS: Women train with AK-47s to defend the streets of Baghdad

Taking aim at ISIS: Women train with AK-47s to defend the streets of Baghdad

With one hand, Zahra Hassan clutches a purse that matches her red blouse and skirt trimmed in blue. In the other, she holds an AK-47.
Militants fire more than 130 rockets at Israeli civilians

Militants fire more than 130 rockets at Israeli civilians

An Israeli security operation against the militant group Hamas "will probably not end within several days," Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said Tuesday.
India's construction time bomb threatens thousands

India's construction time bomb threatens thousands

A group of locals looked on warily as we filmed our piece inside a congested, riverside Delhi neighborhood.
Australia admits holding 153 Sri Lankan asylum seekers at sea

Australia admits holding 153 Sri Lankan asylum seekers at sea

The Australian government has admitted it has 153 people, including children, in custody at sea while it fights a High Court challenge to any plans to send them back to Sri Lanka.
Israel prepared to expand operation against Hamas in Gaza

Israel prepared to expand operation against Hamas in Gaza

An Israeli security operation against the militant group Hamas "will probably not end within several days," Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon said Tuesday.
Typhoon Neoguri whips Okinawa with heavy wind and rain

Typhoon Neoguri whips Okinawa with heavy wind and rain

Typhoon Neoguri lashed Okinawa with strong winds and heavy rain Tuesday as it span near the Japanese island.
Millions love 'beautiful game,' so why does China struggle with football

Millions love 'beautiful game,' so why does China struggle with football

With a population of 1.3 billion, you'd think that there would be 11 people in China who are good enough to put up a fight on the football pitch.

Tour de France: Fearless cyclists face new danger -- selfies

he Tour de France is arguably the world's toughest event -- but it's just got a whole lot tougher.