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Is Kim Jong Un lying low?

Is Kim Jong Un lying low?

North Korean leader, Kim Jong Un hasn't been seen at a public event for three weeks, including a prominent state meeting, which he has attended every year since coming to power in late 2011.
The slow, long fight against ISIS: airstrikes, ground foibles

The slow, long fight against ISIS: airstrikes, ground foibles

The phrase has been repeated so often that it could become a mantra in Washington: It's going to be a long fight against ISIS. This week, the Pentagon intoned it again.
UK Parliament to vote on joining air strikes against ISIS in Iraq

UK Parliament to vote on joining air strikes against ISIS in Iraq

Prime Minister David Cameron said ISIS presents a direct threat to the British people as he opened a debate in Parliament Friday on whether Britain should join air strikes against ISIS in Iraq.

Honduran First Lady on immigration: Each case is a different story

 Thousands of Honduran women and children leave the poverty and the violence in their communities to embark on a 1,500-mile journey through the heart of Mexican cartel territory to get into the United States.
FBI: U.S. thinks it knows militant in Foley beheading video

FBI: U.S. thinks it knows militant in Foley beheading video

The United States believes it has identified the ISIS militant in the video showing American journalist James Foley's killing, FBI Director James Comey said Thursday. Comey did not publicly identify the man.
Pentagon spokesman on ISIS: 'I think we are in this for a matter of years'

Pentagon spokesman on ISIS: 'I think we are in this for a matter of years'

The United States and its allies are steeling themselves for what an American defense official described Thursday as a yearslong fight against the so-called Islamic State, a revelation that came as airstrikes pummeled oil refineries in Syria us
Five things to know about India's Mars orbiter

Five things to know about India's Mars orbiter

The United States couldn't do it on its first try. Neither could the Soviets.
Nigeria: Troops killed man acting as Boko Haram leader

Nigeria: Troops killed man acting as Boko Haram leader

Nigerian forces battling the Islamist terror group Boko Haram have killed a man suspected of acting as the group's leader, Nigeria's Defense Ministry said.
UK police arrest 9 men suspected of terror offenses in London

UK police arrest 9 men suspected of terror offenses in London

Nine men have been arrested in the United Kingdom on suspicion of terror offenses, London's Metropolitan Police said Thursday.
How far does ISIS' global reach extend?

How far does ISIS' global reach extend?

ISIS militants have brought their hardline version of Islam to wide areas of Syria and Iraq, imposing brutal laws and killing people who they deem "unbelievers."
John Kerry: The fight against ISIS is 'going to go on'

John Kerry: The fight against ISIS is 'going to go on'

Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday coalition airstrikes have not flushed the terror group ISIS from Iraq, but they may have prevented the fall of Baghdad and Irbil to ISIS militants.

Obama's Syrian airstrikes get Bill Clinton's approval

Former President Bill Clinton told CNN he agrees with President Barack Obama's decision to authorize airstrikes against the terrorist group ISIS and arm Syrian rebels working to defeat them.
More airstrikes against ISIS as Obama readies to defend Syria action at U.N.

More airstrikes against ISIS as Obama readies to defend Syria action at U.N.

The U.S.-led airstrikes in Syria earlier this week were just the beginning. There will be more, President Barack Obama vowed.
This cute dog reunites you with your forgotten airplane items

This cute dog reunites you with your forgotten airplane items

(CNN) -- Warning: After seeing this achingly adorable video of KLM's newest employee in action you might be tempted to leave your gadgets behind on your next flight into Amsterdam.
China sentences prominent Uyghur scholar to life in prison for 'separatism'

China sentences prominent Uyghur scholar to life in prison for 'separatism'

Less than a week after a tightly controlled trial, a Chinese court Tuesday found a prominent Uyghur scholar guilty of "separatism" and sentenced him to life in prison, his lawyer said.