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Belgian terror suspects wore all black; police killed 2, wounded and arrested 1

Belgian terror suspects wore all black; police killed 2, wounded and arrested 1

The plan of the Verviers attackers was to kill police "on public roads or at police stations," said federal prosecutor Eric van der Sypt on Friday.
Families wait as divers try to search AirAsia QZ8501's fuselage for bodies

Families wait as divers try to search AirAsia QZ8501's fuselage for bodies

Nunung Nursiah, whose younger brother was a flight engineer on AirAsia Flight QZ8501, says she had mixed feelings when a friend sent her a link to a photo of the plane's fuselage submerged in the cloudy waters of the Java Sea.

Cuba open for business

The Obama administration has announced new rules, dramatically rolling back the half-century old trade embargo against Cuba. Much more trade and travel will be possible.
Former Spanish King faces paternity suit

Former Spanish King faces paternity suit

 Spain's former King Juan Carlos, 77, will face a paternity lawsuit -- by a Belgian woman alleging that he's her father -- before the nation's Supreme Court, a 12-judge panel ruled Wednesday.
Great Zimbabwe: The spectacular ancient city that tourism forgot

Great Zimbabwe: The spectacular ancient city that tourism forgot

About halfway up the cobblestone stairwell, the screeching starts. Loose stones tumble from the tops of the walls far up on the hilltop. All around me, tree limbs shake.
Portable 'blood test in a box' to give instant diagnoses

Portable 'blood test in a box' to give instant diagnoses

For most of us, a blood test begins with a needle, a syringe and the promise it will all be over quickly.
American doctor who survived Ebola returns to Liberia

American doctor who survived Ebola returns to Liberia

The last time Dr. Rick Sacra went to Liberia, he returned home to the United States in a medevac airplane, not sure if he would die of the Ebola he'd contracted while taking care of patients.
Turkey bans Charlie Hebdo cover online

Turkey bans Charlie Hebdo cover online

A Turkish court has banned Web pages that show the new cover of Charlie Hebdo, the country''s semiofficial news agency Anadolu reported Wednesday.
Cherif and Said Kouachi: Their path to terror

Cherif and Said Kouachi: Their path to terror

They were the perfect targets for recruiters of jihad: two young orphan French brothers from an immigrant family, virtually alone in the French capital and with almost no resources.
2nd AirAsia Flight QZ8501 black box recovered; fuselage possibly located

2nd AirAsia Flight QZ8501 black box recovered; fuselage possibly located

Searchers have now recovered both so-called black boxes from AirAsia Flight QZ8501 and may have located the fuselage of the plane, an Indonesian official said Tuesday, adding more pieces to help solve the puzzle of what caused the disaster.
AQAP claims responsibility for Charlie Hebdo attack

AQAP claims responsibility for Charlie Hebdo attack

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula has claimed responsibility for last week's attack at France's Charlie Hebdo satirical newspaper, which left 12 people dead. [Previous story, published at 4:50 a.m. ET]
Not very smart: Man busted for smuggling 94 iPhones strapped to body

Not very smart: Man busted for smuggling 94 iPhones strapped to body

When it comes to smuggling, not all mules are created equal. Chinese customs officials on Sunday busted a Hong Kong man trying to sneak 94 iPhones into the mainland -- by strapping them on his body.
One U.S. dollar could soon equal one euro

One U.S. dollar could soon equal one euro

The U.S. dollar is looking pretty mighty these days. Thanks to the resurgent American economy, the greenback has strengthened significantly in recent months against almost every other currency.
As France, Israel mourn terror victims, al Qaeda branch issues new warning

As France, Israel mourn terror victims, al Qaeda branch issues new warning

 From Paris to Jerusalem, families and world leaders gathered to mourn those killed in last week's French terror attacks.
Divers retrieve 2nd AirAsia Flight QZ8501 black box; fuselage possibly located

Divers retrieve 2nd AirAsia Flight QZ8501 black box; fuselage possibly located

Divers have now recovered both the black boxes from AirAsia Flight QZ8501 and may have located the fuselage of the plane, an Indonesian official said Tuesday, adding more pieces to help solve the puzzle of what caused the disaster.