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Scandal-ridden food processor issues recall

Scandal-ridden food processor issues recall

The food processing company accused of mishandling meat at its Shanghai, China plant says it will suspend sales and recall all food processed there.
Fighting intensifies in Gaza as Israel warns of lengthy campaign

Fighting intensifies in Gaza as Israel warns of lengthy campaign

Three weeks into the Gaza conflict, fighting is intensifying, the death toll is climbing and Israel has warned its citizens to be ready for a prolonged battle.
Fighting stops MH17 investigators reaching Ukraine crash site

Fighting stops MH17 investigators reaching Ukraine crash site

International investigators and observers were again prevented from reaching the crash site of downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 on Tuesday by fierce fighting in the area between pro-Russia rebels and Ukrainian forces.
Sen. Cruz, Sen. Gillibrand lead Senate bipartisan denouncement of Hamas

Sen. Cruz, Sen. Gillibrand lead Senate bipartisan denouncement of Hamas

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, filed a resolution with Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-New York, to condemn the use of civilians as human shields by the terrorist group Hamas. A similar resolution is sponsored in the House by Rep.
U.N. Security Council demands humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza

U.N. Security Council demands humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza

With more than 1,000 people killed in the Israel-Hamas conflict, the U.N. Security Council held an emergency meeting in New York early Monday to push for "an immediate and unconditional humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza."
Student survivors of Sewol ferry disaster testify at South Korea murder trial

Student survivors of Sewol ferry disaster testify at South Korea murder trial

Lines of police surrounded a courthouse as student survivors of the Sewol ferry disaster gave evidence in their hometown of Ansan, South Korea, on Monday.
U.N. Security Council demands humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza

U.N. Security Council demands humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza

With more than 1,000 people killed in the Israel-Hamas conflict, the U.N. Security Council held an emergency meeting in New York early Monday to push for "an immediate and unconditional humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza."
Second American infected with Ebola

Second American infected with Ebola

A second American aid worker in Liberia has tested positive for Ebola, according to the Christian humanitarian group she works for.
Fighting forces MH17 investigators to turn back again in Ukraine

Fighting forces MH17 investigators to turn back again in Ukraine

Dutch and Australian experts trying to reach the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in war-torn eastern Ukraine turned back for the second day Monday after hearing explosions and being told of heavy fighting in the area.
Hamas agrees to daylong cease-fire; Israel says it was violated

Hamas agrees to daylong cease-fire; Israel says it was violated

Hamas fires rockets, signals end of truce

Hamas fires rockets, signals end of truce

Israel late Saturday authorized an extension of the humanitarian cease-fire in Gaza for another 24 hours at the request of the United Nations, Israeli officials told CNN.
2nd 'black box' found from Air Algerie crash in Mali, U.N. official says

2nd 'black box' found from Air Algerie crash in Mali, U.N. official says

France has declared a three-day mourning period to commemorate the victims of the Air Algerie Flight 5017, French President Holland declared on Saturday.
Canadian airline passenger arrested by SWAT 'mentally ill,' his father says

Canadian airline passenger arrested by SWAT 'mentally ill,' his father says

The 25-year-old airline passenger whose dramatic arrest by a SWAT team was captured by a cell phone was due in court Saturday.
Israel agrees to extend ceasefire

Israel agrees to extend ceasefire

Israeli government officials told CNN that the United Nations has asked for a 24-hour humanitarian ceasefire extension.
MH17 crash: Investigators must have full access to Ukraine site, Malaysian PM says

MH17 crash: Investigators must have full access to Ukraine site, Malaysian PM says

 More than a week after Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 came down in eastern Ukraine, Malaysian investigators have not yet been able to access the entire crash site, Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said Saturday.